It’s almost the end of the week!
Celebrate your accomplishments thus far by checking out what’s happening in the city today with these Toronto events!
- Toronto making headlines among top cities bidding for Amazon's new HQ
- Ground broken on massive multi-use facility next to Canoe Landing Park
- A giant new driftwood sculpture has appeared at Humber Bay Park (PHOTOS)
Great deals on first editions, signed, rare, antiquarian and collectable books in many categories. You can buy donated items and materials withdrawn from the library’s collection. Money raised from book sales is used to support library programs and services. Bring your own bag!
Where: Toronto Reference Library, Beeton Hall
When: September 14 at 9:30 am to 7 pm
Unwind your Thursday at Teller’s bar tonight, where there will be live music and samplings of Walter’s caesars.
Where: 1 King West
When: September 14 at 5 pm
As part of CaribbeanTales International Film Festival, check out “Pimento and Hot Pepper – The Mento Story”. Before there was Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae or Dancehall, there was Mento music. This film studies its origins and where it is today.
Where: The Royal Cinema, 608 College Street
When: September 14 at 6:15 pm
Open for two days only, September 14 and 15, and set in Queen West’s Graffiti Alley, you and a few lucky others will enjoy an unforgettable, (free!) dining experience. Famed local chef, Matt Dean Petit (creative force behind Matty’s Seafood), will serve up a set menu filled with delicious avocado-infused recipes. Make sure to RSVP!
Where: Graffiti Alley – Behind 476 Richmond
When: September 14 at 7 pm
Check out the 16th Annual Small World Music Festival launch party, and the inaugural Polyphonic Ground Presents concert. This Polyphonic Ground offering pairs Small World with Ashkenaz to stage a night of Balkan voices, Middle-Eastern/Appalachian fusion and Algerian grooves.
Where: Revival Bar, 783 College Street
When: September 14 at 9 pm