Well, November is almost over, which means the chaos of December will be here before you know it.
So bid farewell to the month by checking out some of the fun events happening in the city today.
From a holiday concert to an intimate chat with popular horror writer R.L. Stine, here are five things to do in Toronto today, November 29.
- More details released on Ontario Place’s first ever winter festival
- Toronto to host a huge K-pop festival next year
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What: The always crowd-filled and equally as photo-worthy Christmas Market returns to the Distillery District, offering boozy holiday cocktails, comforting food stations, no shortage of shopping and a few rides.
When: November 16 to December 23
Where: Distillery District, 55 Mill Street
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 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: Everyone’s favourite teen horror author will be in Toronto tonight to host a chat at the AGO as part of the ‘Inspiration is a Monster series’, presented in conjunction with the exhibition Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters
When: November 29, 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: AGO, 317 Dundas Street West
What: Toronto’s favourite colour enthusiast Tiffany Pratt will be chatting about her design process, growing art collection, and the importance (and thrill) in the many ways we can express ourselves in our space. Come and cozy up with a pint and tuck into a memorable chat in a local craft brewery.
When: November 29, 6:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: Henderson Brewing, 128A Sterling Road
What: Come and get into the festive spirit as Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden sings her renditions of a number of holiday classics at the iconic Massey Hall this evening.
When: November 29, 8 pm
Where: Massey Hall, 178 Victoria Street