5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, January 6

Jan 6 2020, 5:00 am

Monday is back, are you ready? For some of us this will be the first full work week of the holidays. For others, it’s just Monday.

In any case, reward yourself for making it this far into 2020 by heading out to one of these awesome and entertaining activities going on today, January 6.

Tunnel of Glam

What: The celebrated Tunnel of Glam is leaving after helping the city celebrate another epic (and gramable) holiday season. Members of the public can visit this outdoor, 80 ft. pedestrian tunnel lined with 14 million reversible sequins for a delightfully festive and immersive wintertime destination. Monday is your last day to see it.

When: January 6
Where: 1501 Yonge Street
Admission: Free

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Edmonton Oilers

What: The West vs East divide in Canada has reached a fevered pitch. Engage in a more friendly form of rivalry by watching the Edmonton Oilers lose to the Toronto Maple Leafs this evening.

When: Monday, January 6
Time: 7 pm
Where: Scotiabank Arena
Admission: Tickets currently start at $151, available online

Knot Your Grandmother’s Macramé

What: Learn how to make your own hanging Macramé creations. This class will focus on creating unique plant holders. Tickets include all materials needed for the day plus a full pour of any Left Field beer on draught.

When: Monday, January 6
Time: 7 pm
Where: Left Field Brewery — 36 Wagstaff Drive
Admission: $35, available online

One of is a Killer – Resolutions

What: Watch as this ensemble of improvisers tries to solve a murder mystery. The catch? No one knows who’s who. Even the murderer doesn’t know who their victims will be. Will you be able to figure out who the murderer is before they get away? Will chaos reign over the town? Who’s to say but a fact is one of them is a killer.

When: Monday, January 6
Time: 9:30 pm
Where: 875 Bloor Street West
Admission: $10, available online

Unarmed Verses x RISE

What: A free screening of Unarmed Verses, in which filmmaker Charles Officer focuses his attentive lens on the young residents of the Villaways, a Toronto Community Housing complex facing demolition. As wrecking balls sway above their homes and accounts of police brutality haunt the headlines, the young people of the Villaways use rap and spoken word to express the complexities of their impending displacement.

When: Monday, January 6
Time: 6 pm
Where: Paradise — 1006 Bloor St West
Admission: Free