Toronto is warming up this April
April showers bring May flowers, but do they also bring warmer weather? The forecast looks good so far! Here is a quick list of some things to keep you active this April:
Union Graffiti Workshop (April 4th)
Interested in graffiti art? Register for this free workshop today!
LEAR: A Retrospective (April 5th - 9th)
Canadian performance legend Clare Coulter and director Philip McKee grapple with King Lear’s story of broken legacy.
First Thursdays @The AGO: Mobilize (April 6th)
Toronto-based DJ Yung Bambii is joined by hands-on collective art projects, pop-up talks on the theme with artists and thinkers, delicious food and drinks.
One Brave Night (April 7th)
CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health returns this year to ask Canadians to Step Up and Stay Up in support of mental health on April 7th.
CN Tower Climb for Change (April 9th)
Climbing the CN Tower is a rare and exhilarating opportunity to take 1,776 meaningful steps towards a future where nature and wildlife thrive!
Everything is Great Again @The Second City (April 11th - 16th)
Trump is in the White House; Farage, Le Pen and O’Leary are on the rise; and it seems our leaders can’t even correctly spell what they’re thinking.
Easter Sweets Tour (April 15th)
Skip through Kensington Market, savouring familiar and foreign sweets while learning tasty tidbits of history.
Fashion Art Toronto (April 18th - 22nd)
Fashion Art Toronto returns with its annual, five-day celebration of provocative, avant-garde and cutting-edge fashion and art.
Free National Canadian Film Day (April 19th)
Regent Park Film Festival celebrates National Canadian Film Day 150 with a free screening of The Skin We’re In.
Downsview Park Earth Day (April 23rd)
Come out and participate in Downsview Park’s annual Earth Day tree planting! To celebrate Canada 150 Downsview Park is hosting a series of exciting activities along with tree planting.
Hot Docs International Film Festival (April 27th - May 7th)
Hot Docs International Documentary Festival is North America’s largest documentary festival.
Concrete Rush @Nathan Phillips Square (April 28th - 29th)
Concrete Rush is a giant obstacle course race with over 15 challenging obstacles from a number of Canada’s Top Obstacle Series. This 2km course features two days of races for daring Toronto athletes centered in the heart of the city.
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