In part 2 of my get outside Torontonians series (see part 1 here) I checked out the annual art installation event Winter Stations 2017. Just like previous years it’s located on Woodbine Beach and Kew Beach in the Toronto Beaches area. The event runs from February 20th to March 27th but I do recommend that […]
If you live in Toronto you’re aware of how cold the city can get. And by cold I mean say goodbye to being outside until April. However, in an effort to get people out of their houses a couple of events have been created. One of these events is the Ice Breakers Exhibit at the Water […]
While Christmas and New Year’s may officially have been over for a few weeks (read a full month) there’s nothing stopping us from reminiscing on the lights and decorations (while secretly looking forward to next Christmas already!). Christmas in Toronto is a full month-long event with dozens of markets and festivals and street decor as far […]
Evergreen Brick Works is one of those Toronto landmarks I ALWAYS pass while heading downtown and always mean to check out and somehow never get around to doing so. I’ll admit that the main reason I even dragged myself down there on a Saturday morning was for the beautiful doughnut cones which I’ve been craving […]
Last weekend the beautiful Aga Khan Museum hosted the second annual Curry Fest! The event lasted a few hours and included admission to the permanent gallery which was followed by a few hours of food and more food. The event featured a number of popular restaurants from around town. Take a look at the pictures […]
For the second year in a row the Beaches have been hosting an art exhibition contest called Winter Stations. 13 exhibitions went up on different lifeguard stations on Woodbine and Kew Beaches and stayed up for about a month, from mid February to mid March.
Toronto is a great place to be because we’re a huge enough city close enough to the American border to be included in almost every artists’ tour even if it isn’t a world tour. Everyone’s familiar with the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre and even the Molson Amphitheatre but Toronto has a lot of […]