Toronto, you’ve officially made it halfway through the work week. Celebrate this milestone by heading to one of these events happening in the city today.
What: In honour of International Stress Awareness Day, Hoame will be holding all of their regularly-scheduled classes for free on Wednesday, November 7. With over 5,000-sq-ft devoted to wellness, Hoame provides a contemporary atmosphere where mindfulness and ease are the guiding principles of your daily existence.
When: November 7
Time: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Where: Hoame, 430 Adelaide Street West
What: The ten-day festival will feature 5,000 animals, 120 agricultural competitions, artisan goods and exhibits, food sampling, giant vegetables, local wines and beers, live performances, restaurants, pubs, and North America’s premier indoor equestrian event, The Royal Horse Show.
When: On now until November 11
Time: 9 am to 9 pm
Where: Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto
Price: General admission adult tickets are $27.50, $20 for seniors, $16 for youth and free admission for children three and younger
What: The Museum of Illusions will finally open its doors in Toronto this month. The new location will offer visitors multiple visual deceptions and educational exhibits that tease the senses while bringing out a playfulness in guests of all ages. The museum will be made of more than 80 plus exhibits which are all based on science, mathematics and psychology.
When: Officially opens on November 7
Time: Open seven days a week, from 10 am to 8 pm
Where: 132 Front Street East, close to St. Lawrence Market and the Distillery District
What: There’s nothing quite like ending a friendship over a game of Monopoly! Tonight you can do just this at Away Cafe’s weekly board game night. For $6, you can play unlimited games all night long. So round up your friends or get ready to meet some new ones over an old school board game.
When: November 7
Time: 6 pm to 10 pm
Where: Away Cafe, 536 Queen Street West
What: The 10th annual Toronto Polish Film Festival returns showcasing new media arts and films with both a Polish and multicultural focus. All the screenings will take place at the Revue Cinema.
When: Now until November 11
Time: Screenings run from 6 pm to 11 pm
Where: Revue Cinema, 400 Roncesvalles Avenue
Price: $20 per screening
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