5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, June 12

Jun 10 2017, 3:47 am

Happy hot Monday, Toronto! Lots going on in the city today, be sure to head outside and check it out.

YD Square Presents: Lunchtime Live! With Charmie

Toronto’s music industry is full of talented unturned gems yet to be discovered. It is passionate musicians like Charmie Deller, a 21 year old singer/song writer and performance artist that give hope to the future of Toronto, and you can catch her today at Lunchtime Live.

Where: Yonge-Dundas Square
When: June 12 at 12:30 pm

How I Met Your Mother Trivia

Themed Trivia at Hemingway’s continues with How I Met Your Mother Trivia, 3 Rounds with first question at 7pm! Registration opens at 6pm and there will be prizes for the Top 3 teams.

Where: Hemingway’s, 142 Cumberland Street
When: June 12 at 6 pm

Bard in the Park

Bard in the Park is back and presents William Shakespeare’s tragic love story, Romeo and Juliet, for the 2017 season. No Tickets needed, just show up and Pay what you can. All are welcome! Bring blankets and snacks!

Where:Kew Gardens
When: June 12 at 7 pm

Rare Bottles Whisky Tasting

Boxcar Social’s newest location on Temperance is home to some premium whiskies and they’re inviting Toronto Common for a taste! Check out this rare tasting with their usual selection of charcuterie, cheese, and crostinis.

Where:Boxcar Social Temperance, 70 Temperance St
When: June 12 at 7 pm

Life-Loss-Light | We Remember Orlando

This evening will celebrate the invaluable lives of our diverse communities and remember those we have lost along our journey for freedom. And through light, we will acknowledge that a brighter future founded on love and respect is not just a possibility but is a strong commitment that we all share. In partnership with local artist janet romero-leiva, this year’s Orlando Memorial will include the unveiling of a new community-informed art piece commissioned by The 519.

Where:Barbara Hall Park, 519 Church Street
When: June 12 at 8 pm

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