FEATURED EVENTS IN TORONTO
It’s almost the weekend, so go wild this Thursday by checking out one of the many events happening in the city.
We’ve put together a few awesome events worth checking out this beautiful Thursday.
What: If you’re in the market for a unique holiday gift, you’ll find a talking point-filled one at the One of a Kind Show & Sale and meet the creators behind the works of art at the same time. You’ll find 800 local and international artists, makers, designers and craftspeople
When: November 23 to December 3
Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition grounds, 100 Princes’ Blvd
What: American Thanksgiving is today and in Toronto that means Turducken. If you’re looking to enjoy this savoury dish, this annual tradition features a chicken stuffed inside duck, inside a roasted turkey with a bread stuffing centre served with fresh local veggies, garlic mashed potatoes, and gravy.
When: November 23, 2017, seatings at 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8:30 pm
Where: 839 College Street, Toronto
What: Italian painter Marco Sassone has opened his latest exhibit free to the public in Toronto, and it is free and open to the public now. The exhibit includes a collection of 18 new oil works and watercolour studies that examines the literal and philosophical voyage.
When: November 23
Where: Berenson Fine Art, 212 Avenue Road
What: Former Oasis lead singer will hit Toronto this evening. Based on the tour so far, we can expect some Oasis classics in the mix, marking the first tour he has performed the songs solo. Last minute tickets start at $48.
When: November 23, 7 pm
Where: Rebel Entertainment Complex, 1 Polson Street
What: Toronto is about to get it’s newest alcohol delivery service and to celebrate, Boozer is throwing an epic party. RSVP through the Boozer app, and you’ll get to enjoy an open bar provided by Ace Hill Beer, Hennessy Canada, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Just Craft Soda and Capo Capo Aperitivo. There will also be plenty of music and entertainment to keep the party going.
When: November 23, 8 pm to 12 pm
Where: 1305 Dundas Street West