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Toronto, Thursday is finally here, which means we’re one day closer to the weekend.
For those who can’t wait for the weekend to get out and have some fun, we recommend checking out these events happening in the city today, June 6.
- The Aga Khan Museum is going to have an outdoor screening of Friday's Raptors game
- Amsterdam-based music festival having its North American debut in Toronto this summer
- There’s a huge esports conference happening in Toronto this Friday
What: You’re going to melt over this one. Look forward to sampling Canadian artisan and farmstead cheeses, along with charcuterie, artisan foods, wines, spirits, and beers for one night only at the St. Lawrence Market. Tickets are available online from $30.
When: June 6
Time: 12 pm to 10 pm
Where: St. Lawrence Market, Temporary North Hall, 125 The Esplanade, Toronto
Price: Tickets are available online from $30
What: Now in its 11th year, the Canadian Sport Film Festival brings together the theatre of sport and the medium of film to tell unique, provocative and passionate human stories from around the world. CSFF also works to showcase international films and filmmakers not typically screened or widely available.
When: June 6 to 8
Time: Varies by screening
Where: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West
Price: $15 for adults
What: The Lift & Co. Cannabis Expo is back in the city for its first stop in Toronto since the legalization of adult-use recreational pot. As always, the event will be offering wall to wall opportunities to meet and learn from those working in the new industry. The event is geared towards everyone from patients to consumers, industry professionals, and investors. It’s set to feature over exhibitors from around the world, informed speakers, as well as representatives from major companies across the country.
When: June 6 to 9
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, 255 Front St
Price: Tickets start at $25 for the weekend and go as high as $550 for Business Conference tickets.
What: The Power Plant’s major annual fundraiser, Power Ball, which has set the standard as one of the most influential and vibrant art galas in Toronto, returns this month. To emulate this year’s theme, Power Ball: The 21 Club, The Power Plant will transform into an illicit speakeasy, inviting guests to celebrate the city’s most notorious art world characters, artists and fans of the forbidden.
When: June 6
Time: 7 pm
Where: The Power Plant, 231 Queen’s Quay West
Price: From $175
What: King Street hotspot Lost and Found is hosting an exclusive Veuve Clicquot Yelloweek party this evening. Make sure to arrive early, as there’s always a line-up to get in. DJ Scotty Scratch will be spinning all night.
When: June 6
Time: 10 pm to 2 am
Where: Lost and Found, 577 King Street West
Price: There will be cover to get in