TORONTO EVENTS YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK OUT

By: Jenelle Cameron

TORONTO EVENTS YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK OUT

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Events in Toronto this week will see more people walking around Toronto in costume as Comicon kicks off while the man of the woods himself, Justin Timberlake, pays us a visit.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
     
    About the Event
     
    Location
    • March 12
       
       
      Vintage fashion lovers won't want to miss this discussion featuring the owners of F as in Frank, Kotn, 69 Vintage and local designer Evan Biddell.
       
      Free Space
    • March 12-16
       
       
      It's the fourth annual Toronto Short Film Festival featuring many works from local filmmakers squeezed into three blocks of shorts showing each night.
       
      Carlton Cinema
    • March 12-17
       
       
      With an emphasis on Canadian talent, the latest trends in women's fashion will hit the runways and showrooms this week around the city.
       
      1 Yonge
    • March 13
       
       
      The Tragically Hip, Feist, K-OS, and more will have their Polairs Prize-winning album art on display during the show, plus prints available for purchase.
       
      The Drake Hotel
    • March 13
       
       
      Justin Timberlake is back in Toronto with new sounds off his The Man Of The Woods album.
       
      Air Canada Centre
    • March 13
       
       
      Punk rockers Titus Andronicus are in Toronto with Rick Maguire from Pile as part of their North American tour.
       
      The Great Hall Toronto
    • March 13
       
       
      After the success of her debut album Words I Never Said, Ella Vos is here as part of the Canadian leg of her North American Tour.
       
      Mod Club Theatre
    • March 14
       
       
      Now in its 8th year, the Zine Fair will play host to creators from the OCAD U zine community and let patrons explore zines, prints, and comics.
       
      OCAD University
    • March 14-18
       
       
      It's never too early to start thinking about the next adventure and the 350 exhibitions featuring fishing, hunting, boating, wildlife, and everything outdoorsy has you covered.
       
      The International Centre
    • March 15-17
       
       
      Get your wheelbarrow ready because the Toronto Reference library is having its annual Book Sale with all funds from books, CD's, and DVD's going to support library programs.
       
      Toronto Reference Library
    • March 15
       
       
      If you haven't seen the Yoko Ono exhibit yet this is as good a night as any to do it with performance art and a mini-retrospective of seven shorts.
       
      Gardiner Museum
    • March 16
       
       
      LGBTQ2+ artists and makers from all around the GTA are coming together to bring forth pins, patches, stickers, zines, prints, t-shirts, jewelry, and more.
       
      Story Arts Centre
    • March 16-18
       
       
      It's finally here! Comicon is on for three days and will see loads of celebs from the comic, sci-fi, horror, anime, gaming industry. Plus, Joonas Suotamo, the actor who plays Chewy!
       
      Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    • March 17
       
       
      Steam Whistle's big bash is just one of many taking place tonight to mark St. Patrick's Day with traditional Irish eats, Irish dancing and music.
       
    • March 18
       
       
      The latest edition of this recurring flea market features local makers and other independent businesses you might just fall in love with.
       

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