Toronto, we’re nearly through the work week.
Make the most of your Thursday by checking out some of the awesome events happening in the city today. Enjoy!
- You can go moonlight snow tubing near Toronto this winter
- A bingo rave with 600 kg of confetti is coming to Toronto
- Korean hip-hop group Epik High is coming to Toronto this April
What: To help bring awareness to the many ways you can stay healthy and strong during the cold and flu season, Torontonians are invited to take part in a free boxing class hosted by Jamieson Vitamins this month. Taking place on various dates this February, fitness enthusiasts can lace up and join the free boxing class and wellness session at a number of fitness centres throughout the city.
When: February 21 to 23
Time: Varies by day
Where: Various locations throughout the city
What: Daniel is a colour blind artist from Toronto with some of the most vibrant work out there. Not being able to see colour, Daniel’s work is drawn to the operations of shape, line, texture, and volume, which are all reflected in his clothing and artwork. You can check out his incredible work at a pop-up exhibit at Art Cafe Gallery until February 21.
When: Now until February 21
Where: Art Cafe and Gallery, 334 Dundas Street West
Price: No admission cost
What: Now in its 10th year, the annual all-you-can-eat event is in support of FoodShare‘s vital food literacy work and school food and farm programs and will bring together over 30 of Toronto’s top chefs and restaurateurs for an evening of unlimited feasting.
When: February 21
Time: 6 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Globe and Mail Centre, 351 King Street East (Level 17)
Price: From $115 to $250
What: Artist Project is a four-day contemporary art fair now in its 12th year that brings over 300 artists to The Better Living Centre in Toronto for an art-packed weekend.
When: February 21 to 24
Time: Thursday, 7 pm to 11 pm; Friday, 11 am to 10 pm; Saturday, 11 am to 8 pm; Sunday, 11 am to 6 pm
Where: The Better Living Centre, 195 Princes’ Blvd.
Price: Opening night is $35, every other day is $16 for adults
What: Don’t miss this Toronto premiere. Opera Atelier presents a gorgeous one-hour concert experience melding musical masterpieces by the great English composer Henry Purcell with baroque dance – and a new Canadian commission.
When: February 21
Time: 8 pm to 9 pm
Where: Royal Ontario Museum, Samuel Hall Currelly Gallery, 100 Queens Park