|Events in Toronto this weekend |
Events in Toronto this weekend offer up a wide variety of options, whether you're looking to party, eat or shop. There's a record sale for the music purists, Cask Days is here for all you beer enthusiasts, and there's even a Fall Movie Wardrobe Sale for those of you looking to dress like the stars.
The 15th anniversary of Cask Days celebrates cask ale, which is unpasteurized, unfiltered and naturally carbonated beer served directly from a barrel.
Evergreen Brick Works
Fall Plant Sale
Join the Friends of Allan Gardens for their Fall Plant Sale fundraiser where they'll have a variety of succulents and houseplants available, as well as a free plant care advice clinic at the sale.
Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory
Dundas Record Sale
This sale is a gathering of DJs, collectors, friends and anyone looking to make room in their record collection for something new.
Fall Movie Wardrobe Sale
This movie wardrobe sale offers film fashion treasures for men, women, and children from over 30 vendors, as well as some great Halloween finds.
Queen Elizabeth Building
Tegan and Sara in Toronto
Canadian indie pop duo Tegan and Sara are coming to Toronto for multiple shows as part of their Hey, I'm Just Like You Tour.
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre.
Toronto Waterfront Marathon
The 30th annual Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Half-Marathon and 5k is taking place this weekend.
Queen and University
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea - Autumn Market
This autumn market will have some of the best local, handmade, fashion, art, food and vintage vendors in the city.
The Great Hall
Eataly Open Call Job Fair
The world’s largest authentic Italian food and beverage marketplace is opening in Yorkville soon, and they're currently seeking both front of house and back of house staff.
1499 Yonge Street
Canadian Premiere of winter guest's Simulacrum
Harbourfront Centre is launching the second season of TORQUE, an international contemporary dance series, with the Canadian premiere of Simulacrum. It draws inspiration from Kabuki (classical Japanese dance-drama), Flamenco and contemporary dance theatre.
Zero Waste Cafe
This mindful conversation will help those looking to reduce their waste, and it's a Halloween edition too!
Climate Policy Panel Discussion
The Climate Policy Panel Discussion will feature some of the leading voices on climate policy, just two days before the federal election.
Patagonia (King West)
Humber Marshes Hike
Wild Ones Wilderness is organizing this hike along the Humber River to Lake Ontario.
Old Mill Subway Station
Awkward Halloween Pet Photos
The Halloween edition of Awkward Pet Photos is the perfect opportunity to get that hilarious Insta photo of you and your furry baby wearing matching costumes.
Anna Klein live at Today / Tonight
Anna Klein is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter originally from Saskatoon and she'll be performing at Today/Tonight on Queen West.
K-Pop Night will take place at Nathan Phillips Square as the 2019 Korea Week grand finale to celebrate Korean Heritage Month in Ontario.
Nathan Phillips Square
Red Bull Music Festival Toronto: Encounters
Encounters is an all-night, multi-room celebration at the Symes, an Art Deco incubator, that aims to bridge the gap between the D.I.Y. music communities and the international artists that inspire them.
Tom Speight is a folk and contemporary pop singer and songwriter from London, U.K., and he'll be performing at the Drake Underground.
The Enlightened Feast
This culinary experience features a collective of feminist chefs from across North America showcasing unusual and adventurous ingredients including fresh seal meat, pickled cattails, chewy jellyfish, and more.
Smoke’s Poutinerie World Poutine Eating Championship 2019
The 10th annual Smoke’s Poutinerie World Poutine Eating Championship will feature two eating competitions from both professional major league eaters as well as a group of CEO’s.
Little Oktoberfest will serve up traditional Bavarian Weisswurst, soft pretzels, sweet mustard, and currywurst with fries.
Colombian Street Food
Decade: A 1995-2005 Dance Party
This party will let you relive your best life with all your favourite throwbacks from 1995 to 2005.
This event will see the Toronto Reference Library magically transformed into late-night party, and it's all for a good cause.
Toronto Reference Library
Dance Mix '94
This brand new monthly queer dance party will feature all your favourite hits from the 90s, 2000s, and more.
Buddies in Bad Times
YGG Pop-up Night Market
The very first YGG Pop-up Night Market will showcase the work of young local creators, innovators and small business owners.
The Costume House
Parkdale Flea's Fall Market
The fall market sells great local products, and purchases help support local businesses. Dogs are welcome, too!
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Sandra P. 10/18/2019