15 things to do in Toronto today: Saturday, March 30

Mar 29 2019, 5:11 pm

The weekend continues!

Check out what is happening in and around Toronto on this lovely Saturday including an AirPod owners meetup, a butterbeer crawl, and an evening with Anderson Cooper.

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Citadel + Compagnie: Amorous Playlist

 

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What: The latest collaboration between talented Toronto based artists Riley Sims and Blunt Chunks, Amorous Playlist is a dance/concert hybrid that celebrates the glory and pain of love.

When: On now until March 30
Time: Performances are at 8 pm
Where: 304 Parliament Street
Admission: Tickets range from $20 to $25

One of a Kind Show Spring Edition

What: While this market is much larger than your typical artisan market, the One of a Kind Show is the perfect opportunity to shop for Canadian handmade goods while it’s still freezing outside. With over 500 artisans showing off their creations, there’s something for everyone at the One of a Kind Show.

When: On now until March 31
Time: Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm; Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm
Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd.
Admission: $15 for adults

CineCuba 2019

What: CineCuba is happening this month, giving you a chance to see a number of Cuban films for free.

When: On until March 31
Time: Saturday, 4 pm to 9 pm; Sunday, 1:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street
Price: All films are free

Myseum: Intersections

What: The 2019 exhibition, revisits and re-imagines the dominant narratives that shape our understanding of the city through a festival of collaborative exhibits and events. This exhibition will explore lost or hidden Toronto stories that have been paved over and forgotten, and how we can reclaim those histories.

When: On now until March 31
Time: Varies by event
Where: Venues throughout the city
Admission: Free

Winter Stations 2019

What: Winter Stations returns for its fifth year, welcoming international designers to bring public art installations to The Beaches. The installations, which run from February 18 until April 1, will be temporary structures that will be able to withstand our rigours winter weather.

When: Now until April 1
Time: All day
Where: Woodbine Beach, 1675 Lake Shore Blvd. East
Admission: Free

Dinner with a View

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What: Dinner with a View attendees will dine in heated, clear and frameless domes that offer a gorgeous view of the city around them. And your surroundings aren’t the only thing that’ll be beautifully designed: menus have been created by Chef René Rodriguez, Top Chef Canada Season 4 Winner. You’ll have the chance to choose from three blind menu categories – meat, fish or vegan – and from there, the adventure is a delicious surprise.

When: On now until May 2
Where:
 The Bentway
Time: Depends on booking
Admission: Tickets are available online

Ai Weiwei: Unbroken

What: Ai Weiwei, one of the world’s most influential living artists and human rights activists, is bringing a collection of his ceramic works to Toronto’s Gardiner Museum. Called Unbroken, the exhibit will present an array of Ai’s ceramic works while highlighting “urgent global issues.”

When: On now until June 9
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Gardiner Museum, 111 Queens Park
Admission: $15 for adults

Spring Yoga and Brunch

What: Kick off your weekend with some self-care. Guests can enjoy herbal teas upon arrival, followed by one-hour gentle yoga practice. Post practice, guests can dine on a healthy brunch featuring items like coconut parfaits, energy balls fresh juices and more. Plus, all guests will go home with a swag bag valued at over $125.

When: March 30
Time: 9 am to 11 am
Where: Cambria Gallery-Toronto, 91 Parliament Street
Price: $40

HideSeek pop-up Toronto

What: Opening on March 30, for two months, you can awaken your inner child at Toronto’s brand new and unforgettable pop-up, HideSeek. Occupying a 7,000-sq-ft vacant retail space in the Dundas West neighbourhood, the pop-up invites you to escape reality and relive the days of childhood. Explore multi-sensory elements throughout the space and marvel at epic floor-to-ceiling installations.

When: March 30 to June 2
Time: Thursday and Friday, 12 pm to 10 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 10 pm
Where: Dundas West neighbourhood — 1305 Dundas Street West
Price: $25 (plus taxes and service fees) — Tickets available online

AirPod Owners Meetup – Toronto

What: This might be the most exclusive meetup of 2019 so far… or possibly, the most ridiculous. Described as “a gathering to share our collective love for AirPods, and to let everyone else know that they’re poor,” this isn’t the first of its kind. And of course, NO wired headphone users allowed.

When: March 30
Time: 12 pm
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square
Admission: Free to attend

Tsujiri Patisserie Free Dessert

Free ice cream lava cake

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What: Matcha lovers have been patiently waiting for Tsujiri Patisserie to finally open their doors at Yonge and Wellesley. The time has come, and a celebration is in order. Which is why the shop is offering free ice cream lava cake to their first 88 customers on opening day.

When: March 30
Time: Kicks off at noon
Where: 596 Yonge Street
Price: Free

The Butterbeer Bar Crawl

What: Grab your drinking crew, or make a new one, and be prepared to fly through four themed bars in Toronto’s Entertainment District this March. There will be exclusive themed drink specials, themed decor at each location, Tri-Wizard challenges at every bar, and a Yule Ball after party.

When: March 30
Time: 3 pm
Where: Toronto Entertainment District
Admission: Tickets are available online for $25

Intimate Sip and Shuck Experience

What: Whether you’re looking for a fun date night idea or something to do with your friends this sip and shuck experience is a must-try. Enjoy freshly shucked oysters and wine upon arrival, followed by a shucking tutorial as you learn how to shuck properly and how to shuck some of your very own. Sip three wines paired perfectly with crisp, fresh oysters on the half-shell in this intimate, hands-on sip and shuck event from Vino To Go.

When: March 30
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Where: 525 Adelaide Street West 
Price: 
$75

An Evening with Anderson Cooper

What: One of the most recognizable faces on television is heading to Toronto this March. That’s right, CNN’s Anderson Cooper will be hosting an intimate evening to discuss current events both at home and abroad as well as high light-hearted take on pop culture.

When: March 30
Time: 7:30 pm
Where: Roy Thompson Hall
Admission: Tickets range from $59 to $160

Drag Bingo

What: If you’re looking to have some fun, head to Lee’s Palace this evening for a night of laughs, ‘lewks,’ and bingo. The host, Mona Moore, will take the crowd through a fun-filled night of bingo, drag performances, and sweet prizes.

When: March 30
Time: 7:30 pm to 11 pm
Where: Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor Street West
Tickets: $15

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