FEATURED EVENTS IN TORONTO
The chilly weather continues.
Bundle up and check out what’s happening in the city today!
What: This weekend, you can watch a selection of Canadian outdoor adventurers on some of their cool quests around the world on the big screen at the Banff Mountain Film Festival.
When: Now until March 25
Where: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West
What: Founded in 1979, the Toronto Storytelling Festival has grown to be one of the largest celebrations of the arts of voice and story. Visitors can enjoy concerts, live story readings, and workshops.
When: Now until March 25
Where: Various venues throughout the city
What: If you are looking to get your feet wet when it comes to programming, then this is the workshop for you. Ladies can learn the basics of coding in a welcoming environment, plus, you’ll get to build your very own website! The workshop, which is sponsored by Booking.com, will also include a contest where one winner will win a $500 travel credit and a one-hour mentorship session with a Booking.com female tech expert.
When: Now until March 28, 6 pm
Where: Canada Learning Code, 129 Spadina, Suite 501
What: Winter Stations returns for its fourth year, welcoming international designers to bring public art installations to Toronto’s beaches. Winners had to follow Winter Stations 2018 theme, RIOT: violent disturbance; uproar; outburst of uncontrolled feelings; a large or varied display. The result has been some of the most interesting and beautiful public art in the city.
When: Now until April 1
Where: The Toronto Beaches
What: This spring, the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival returns to four conservation areas, all within an hour drive from Toronto! Tickets are available online starting at $5.75.
When: Now until April 8
Where: Bruce’s Mill, Kortright Centre, Island Lake and Terra Cotta
What: Infinity Mirrors, the dazzling world of Yayoi Kusama is now open at the AGO. During this exhibit, visitors have the opportunity to experience six of Kusama’s most iconic kaleidoscopic environments at once.
When: Now until May 27
Where: The Art Gallery of Ontario, 317, Dundas Street West
What: This weekend, you’re invited to experience Yoko Ono’s latest art installation, The Riverbed, at the Gardiner Museum. The Riverbed invites visitors to collaborate with the artist, the museum, and each other, through everyday action and contemplation.
When: Now until June 3
Where: The Gardiner Museum, 111 Queens Park
What: Today is the final day to check out this nationally recognized film fest that’s dedicated to showcasing Canadian cinema while inspiring filmmakers and cultivating a network of Canadian talent.
When: March 24
Where: Scotiabank Theatre, 259 Richmond Street West
What: The Evergreen Brick Works Saturday market has grown to become the largest farmers’ market in Toronto. Here you’ll find a wide variety of local and seasonal foods from local farmers and producers.
When: March 24, 9 am to 1 pm
Where: 550 Bayview Avenue
What: In honour of National Waffle Day, Foodora is teaming up with Cluck Clucks Chicken & Waffles for a one-day-only pop-up celebration in Kensington Market. The pop-up waffle bar promises DIY waffle-making stations featuring an array of over-the-top toppings spanning the gamut of sweet to savoury.
When: March 24, 12:30 pm to 3 pm
Where: 156 Augusta Avenue, Toronto
What: This Easter-themed fundraiser event doesn’t just support rescue and re-homing work by Fetch & Releash, it’s also absolutely adorable. By booking a five-minute photo shoot and making a donation, Toronto pet lovers can get a hi-res photo of their best four-legged friend with cheesie Easter props provided.
When: March 24, 2 pm to 5 pm
Where: Pet Uno, 675 College Street
What: Come cheer on the boys in blue as they face the Detroit Red Wings on home ice this Saturday. Puck drop is 7 pm.
When: March 24, 7 pm
Where: Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay Street
What: It’s called AC2: Anderson Cooper & Andy Cohen, and it’s bringing the popular CNN anchor to Toronto tonight. Cooper and Cohen will be at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts this evening for what’s described as “an unscripted, uncensored and unforgettable night of conversation.”
When: March 24, 8 pm
Where: Sony Centre for Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East
What: This evening, stand up for climate action in Canada by joining the city in an hour of darkness. At 8 pm, most of the lights will be switched off around Yonge and Dundas in Toronto, and you’re invited to join World Merit Toronto walk from Nathan Phillips Square to the Eaton Centre in the dark.
When: March 24, 8 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West
What: Hemingways, Toronto’s popular New Zealand-style pub, is throwing an epic ‘silent disco’ this evening, where party-goers finally get to take control of what they listen to.
When: March 24, 10 pm to 2 am
Where: Hemingway’s, 142 Cumberland Street
What: Tonight, bring your bodacious bodies and move to your favorite brand of Secret Society musical stylings while surrounded by the vibrant and sexy workout threads of the 80s! This is a BYOB event.
When: March 24, 10 pm to 8 am
Where: 209 Geary Avenue
What: Now in its fourth year, What the Film Festival celebrates contemporary eccentric cinema and is taking over The Royal Cinema this weekend.
When: March 24 & 25, 12 pm to 11:30 pm
Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street