Toronto, it’s going to be a somewhat mild afternoon, so you have no excuse to stay indoors this Thursday.
From a free yoga class to a massive book sale, here are the top events happening in the city.
What: The annual Friends of Toronto Public Library Clearance Book Sale is taking place at the Toronto Reference Library today and it’s bound to be the best bang for your buck when it comes to books. Items for sale include CDs, books, and DVDs, and are priced from just 10 cents to $1, with the highest pricing listed around $5 and the majority of materials priced at $1.
When: March 14, 9:30 am to 8 pm
Where: Toronto Reference Library, Bram & Bluma Appel Salon (second floor)
Price: Admission is free
What: The Sony Centre offers free yoga on Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. No experience is required but bring your own mat and water. Registration is usually available online ahead of the class.
When: March 14, 12 pm to 1 pm
Where: The Sony Centre For The Performing Arts – 1 Front Street East
Price: Free to attend
What: American build-your-own pizza chain Blaze is gearing up to offer its Canadian customers a cheap deal in honour of National Pi Day 2019. All you need to do is download the brand’s app and get a discount code. Mark your calendar and celebrate Pi Day in a cheap and delicious way.
When: March 14
Where: Blaze locations across Canada
What: Planta, Virtuous Pie and Pizzeria Libretto are bringing Toronto a Plant-Based Pizza Showdown to celebrate Pi Day. Chefs will battle, face-to-face, to earn bragging rights for Best Crust, Most Creative and Best Presentation. And you get to taste the results of their efforts.
When: March 14, 6 pm to 9 pm
Where: Planta Toronto, 1221 Bay Street
What: Grind, season and stuff your own hand-made sausages while learning the stories behind some of your favourite craft beers. You’ll get to sip on brews and head home with your own wieners, to grill up on your own time. Maybe it’ll even get warm enough to fire up the grill?
When: March 14, 7 pm to 9 pm
Where: Left Field Brewery – 36 Wagstaff Drive