5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, March 9

Mar 9 2020, 3:41 am

Monday’s get a bad rap, but none the less Toronto makes sure there’s always something to do, from low-key parties to awesome food, don’t miss your chance to enjoy yourself this March 9.

History & Beer in Toronto’s Corktown

What: Now that the temperatures are a little better, take a stroll through historic Corktown. Explore secret back alleys and laneways not listed on the maps. Learn about hidden native burial grounds and also secret Cholera burial sites underneath modern buildings and concrete. There are stories you never knew existed on this tour.

When: Monday, March 9
Time: 1 to 3:30 pm
Where: Distillery District entrance gates — 31 Trinity Street
Admission: $55.60, available online

Moon Swoon

There will be red, white and orange wine available by the glass at this new moon ritual event. Non-alcoholic options will be available, and there will also be snacks on deck, mostly of the gluten- and dairy-free variety. It’s recommended you “wear clothes that feel comfortable but also make you feel fabulous.”

When: March 9
Time:  7:30 pm to midnight
Where: 888 Dupont Street
Tickets: $35, available online

Homemade Pizza Class at Cucinato Studio

What: Sign up for a fun, interactive class with Neapolitan pizza chef Bruno Di Sarno. Learn the secrets to making the increadible dish all for yourself. With this knowledge, you can impress your family and friends, attract hungry romantic prospects, and take it up a notch in the kitchen.

When: Monday, March 9
Time: 6:30 to 10 pm
Where: Cucinato Italian Culinary Studio — 1338 Lansdowne Avenue
Admission: $105, available online


What: Watch as inspiring entrepreneurs and innovators share their expertise and experience through vibrant presentations and interactive audience sessions at this iteration of TechTO. Special guests will include Diana Goodwin (founder and CEO at MarketBox), Maggie Bergeron (co-founder and CEO of Embodia), Jane Wang (CEO of Optimity), and more.

When: Monday, March 9
Time: 6 to 9 pm
Where: RBC WaterPark Place — 88 Queens Quay West
Admission: Tickets start at $25, available online

The Summit Lodge

What: This new rooftop pop up is bringing a classic ski lodge right into the heart of Toronto. Lounge in comfy chic furnishings alongside faux fireplaces, deep oak wood tones and numerous photo-worthy displays including a ski lift and wall created from wine barrel tops. Come and check out Toronto’s new winter lodge without leaving the city.

When: Monday, March 9
Time: 2 to 10 pm
Where: The Broadview Hotel — 106 Broadview Avenue

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