5 things to do in Toronto today: Monday, October 22

Oct 19 2018, 9:36 pm

It’s a brand new week, Toronto.

Get it started on the right note by checking out the top events happening in and around the city today, Monday, October 22.

And don’t forget to go out and vote!

Bike Share Toronto Free Ride Day

What: To help get voters to polls, Bike Share Toronto is offering free rides on Monday. In an effort to help and encourage Torontonians to travel to their voting locations, Bike Share Toronto is hosting a Free Ride Day for the 2018 Municipal Election. Voters can pick up a FREE Single Trip pass to get to a voting station on time.

When: October 22
Time: All day
Where: Bike Share stations across the city
Price: Free

World Press Photo Exhibit

What: Come and experience this incredible global exhibition presenting the best visual journalism of the past year. Here you’ll find the most compelling photos in stunning high-quality Canon prints.

When: Now until October 23
Time: 9 am to 9 pm
Where: Brookfield Place, Allen Lambert Galleria, 181 Bay Street
Price: Admission into the exhibit is free

2nd annual Shuk Machane Yehuda: Famous Jerusalem Market

What: This event is a full recreation of the world-renowned “Shuk,” giving Torontonians the chance to explore everything from its mouthwatering dishes to its lively merchants, spices, sounds, aromas, and more. Not to mention, there will be a number of Israeli vendors straight from the market itself to set up shop. Additionally, there will be a “Night Shuk,” which is a unique beer bazaar featuring handcraft beers imported from Israel.

When: October 22
Time: 10 am to 11 pm
Sears Promenade Mall, 1 Promenade Cir, Thornhill 
From $10

Red Bull Music Festival Toronto 2018

What: While summer is over, festival season continues as Red Bull brings its inaugural Music Festival to Toronto this month. This October, Red Bull Music Festival will take over several venues in Toronto for a week of shows throughout the city.

When: Now until October 25
Time: Varies by day
Where: Various venues
Price: Varies by the show

Legends of Horror

What: Casa Loma’s Legends of Horror is back, and is about to haunt your dreams… and all your waking hours. The immersive theatrical interpretation of all of the classic horror figures offers a spooky self-guided walking tour through the lower gardens and into terrifying tunnels and dark places never before open to the public.

When: Now until October 31
Time: Entry time between 6 pm and 11 pm 
 Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace
Price: From $40

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