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We are celebrating the return of warm weather to Toronto
with our May campaign. We look forward to introducing you
to the best parts of Toronto!
Let's take a look at all the things happening in Toronto this May:
TFI's Fashion Your Future program (May 2nd)
Interested in Fashion? 20-29 years old? You'll really want to attend this event to win the chance to develop your skills!
It's all happening so fast! (May 3rd - July 15th)
University of Toronto presents this collaborative look at Canada's relationship with nature. Photography and other media.
1st Thursday at the AGO: Gender Trouble (May 4th)
Check out this DJ dance celebration of artist Georgia O'keeffe at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
ROM Friday Night Live (May 5th, and every Friday in May!)
The Royal Ontario Museum continues its annual summer tradition of drinks, dancing, and dinosaurs starting at 7pm.
Lunch Time Live @Dundas Square (May 9th, and most Mondays this summer!)
Massey Hall presents its annual public music concert series. Maybe Mondays aren't so bad after all?
K-POP CON (May 12th - 14th)
Do you listen to K-Pop music? This 3rd annual event features K.A.R.D, BTOB, and EXID.
Mother's Day Chocolate Tour (May 13th)
Tasty tours presents this highly rated chocolate tasting experience.
Happy Mother's Day mom! <3
Toronto Comic Art Festival (May 13th and 14th)
The Toronto Reference Library hosts this (free!) celebration of comic book art. Hear interviews, see art installations, and see some new comics debut.
Harry Potter and the Magic of Music (May 19th)
The Ontario Pops, led by Carlos Bastidas, takes us on a musical journey through the world of Harry Potter. Muggles welcome.
Spring Sessions Beer Fest @Fort York (May 20th and 21st)
Rain or Shine, this annual festival at the historic Fort York features
craft beer from all over Ontario.
Anime North 2017 (May 26th - 28th)
Only Canada's largest anime and game culture expo! Cosplay recommended, but not required.
Doors Open Toronto (May 27th and 28th)
So many private buildings have been opened to the public this year, it's hard to know where to start! Might we suggest the music concert at the R.C. Harris Water treatment plant? Get out and explore!
So many events and so little time. Stay safe and keep hydrated!