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Stoned-Up Comedy
Tonight  7 – 9:30 PM
(+28 more until October)
Comedy

Amanda Day hosts a diverse stand-up comedy showcase in an intimate 420+ environment.

Hotbox Cafe
204 Augusta Ave.
Ai Weiwei: Unbroken
Today  10 AM – 5 PM
(+52 more until June)
Art, Politics

Ai Weiwei: Unbroken explores the breaking of boundaries, both physical and symbolic, and considers how the artist’s ceramic works form a basis for his ongoing exploration of social justice themes, including immigration and the repression of dissent.

Gardiner Museum
111 Queen's Park
Smash Wrestling TV Thursday!
Tonight  8:30 – 10 PM
(+30 more until November)
Fashion, Sports

The best pro wrestling in Canada. It's in our blood – and right here at Striker! Experience Smash Wrestling's insane events with us on Thursday nights!

Striker Sports Bar
31 St. Joseph St
Mundo Lingo Toronto - Language Socials
Tonight  7 – 11 PM
(+32 more until November)
Culture, Social

Hola, Hello, こんにちは, Hallo, Oi, Allo!

: : : : Who We Are : : : :

We are a group of over 100 from all over the world who gather every week to practice speaking languages and to make new friends.

: : : : How Does It Work? : : : :

Everyone is given a selection of flag-stickers to stick on their chest. We have flags for over 200 countries and regions. The flags represent your languages and go in order of ability from strongest at the top to weakest at the bottom - Easy!

We have one suggestion: "Stay standing and only sit down for a private conversation".

Why? Because if you stand it's easier for people to catch your eye and come and talk to you, and visa versa. It allows people to move and flow from group to group in a way you just can't achieve sitting down.

: : : : : When & Where : : : : :

We hold events TWICE a week:

Tuesdays from 7pm at Kramer's, 1915 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z3

Thursdays from 7pm at The Raq, 739 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1

Find us just up the stairs as you walk in. Look for our reception table and tell us what languages you speak, we'll get you started. The reception table will be open from 7 to 10.

*********Please Note*********

- You must be 19 years of age or older to attend Thursday's event; Please bring appropriate ID. All ages are welcome to Tuesday's.

- There will be a photographer present. Let us know if you would not like to have your picture taken

- You are responsible for your personal possessions

- Outside food and beverages are not permitted

Multiple Venues
Sake A to Z
Today  3 – 5 PM
(+84 more until October)
Culture, Food

Take advantage of Toronto’s sake scene on a walking and tasting tour of the Distillery District. As you stroll through the pedestrian neighborhood with a guide, listen to little-known stories about the history of sake and breweries that are often missed by visitors. Your tour includes a tasting flight of 5 different styles, as well as food pairings from Boku Noodle Bar.

Enjoy one of Toronto's only pedestrianized areas: Toronto’s Distillery District. Learn about the area's interesting past as North America's largest distillery and one of the city's biggest employers. This is also where Canada’s first local sake brewery is located and you will have the opportunity to visit after the tour.

Next, delve into all things sake with a premium tasting flight of 5 Japanese Sake. Sake is famously food friendly, discover this first hand with traditional and modern ‘izakaya’ dishes from Boku Noodle Bar.

Your guide will teach you the ingredients that go into sake, the history and the laws of the drink, and the process of how it is made. Learn to how taste sake properly and to discern between styles and leave a true sake master!

Boku Noodle Bar
42 Gristmill Lane
ANIMALIA: Animals in the Archives exhibit at the Archives of Ontario
Today  8:30 AM – 5 PM
(+446 more until January)
Culture

Come visit this FREE exhibit at the Archives of Ontario to discover humans’ changing relationships with other animals and how these species have left their mark on Ontario’s history. #ArchivesANIMALIA

Archives of Ontario
134 Ian Macdonald Blvd
Stoned-Up Comedy
Tonight  7 – 9:30 PM
(+28 more until October)
Comedy

Amanda Day hosts a diverse stand-up comedy showcase in an intimate 420+ environment.

Hotbox Cafe
204 Augusta Ave.
Ai Weiwei: Unbroken
Today  10 AM – 5 PM
(+52 more until June)
Art, Politics

Ai Weiwei: Unbroken explores the breaking of boundaries, both physical and symbolic, and considers how the artist’s ceramic works form a basis for his ongoing exploration of social justice themes, including immigration and the repression of dissent.

Gardiner Museum
111 Queen's Park
Smash Wrestling TV Thursday!
Tonight  8:30 – 10 PM
(+30 more until November)
Fashion, Sports

The best pro wrestling in Canada. It's in our blood – and right here at Striker! Experience Smash Wrestling's insane events with us on Thursday nights!

Striker Sports Bar
31 St. Joseph St
Mundo Lingo Toronto - Language Socials
Tonight  7 – 11 PM
(+32 more until November)
Culture, Social

Hola, Hello, こんにちは, Hallo, Oi, Allo!

: : : : Who We Are : : : :

We are a group of over 100 from all over the world who gather every week to practice speaking languages and to make new friends.

: : : : How Does It Work? : : : :

Everyone is given a selection of flag-stickers to stick on their chest. We have flags for over 200 countries and regions. The flags represent your languages and go in order of ability from strongest at the top to weakest at the bottom - Easy!

We have one suggestion: "Stay standing and only sit down for a private conversation".

Why? Because if you stand it's easier for people to catch your eye and come and talk to you, and visa versa. It allows people to move and flow from group to group in a way you just can't achieve sitting down.

: : : : : When & Where : : : : :

We hold events TWICE a week:

Tuesdays from 7pm at Kramer's, 1915 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4S 1Z3

Thursdays from 7pm at The Raq, 739 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G1

Find us just up the stairs as you walk in. Look for our reception table and tell us what languages you speak, we'll get you started. The reception table will be open from 7 to 10.

*********Please Note*********

- You must be 19 years of age or older to attend Thursday's event; Please bring appropriate ID. All ages are welcome to Tuesday's.

- There will be a photographer present. Let us know if you would not like to have your picture taken

- You are responsible for your personal possessions

- Outside food and beverages are not permitted

Multiple Venues
Sake A to Z
Today  3 – 5 PM
(+84 more until October)
Culture, Food

Take advantage of Toronto’s sake scene on a walking and tasting tour of the Distillery District. As you stroll through the pedestrian neighborhood with a guide, listen to little-known stories about the history of sake and breweries that are often missed by visitors. Your tour includes a tasting flight of 5 different styles, as well as food pairings from Boku Noodle Bar.

Enjoy one of Toronto's only pedestrianized areas: Toronto’s Distillery District. Learn about the area's interesting past as North America's largest distillery and one of the city's biggest employers. This is also where Canada’s first local sake brewery is located and you will have the opportunity to visit after the tour.

Next, delve into all things sake with a premium tasting flight of 5 Japanese Sake. Sake is famously food friendly, discover this first hand with traditional and modern ‘izakaya’ dishes from Boku Noodle Bar.

Your guide will teach you the ingredients that go into sake, the history and the laws of the drink, and the process of how it is made. Learn to how taste sake properly and to discern between styles and leave a true sake master!

Boku Noodle Bar
42 Gristmill Lane
ANIMALIA: Animals in the Archives exhibit at the Archives of Ontario
Today  8:30 AM – 5 PM
(+446 more until January)
Culture

Come visit this FREE exhibit at the Archives of Ontario to discover humans’ changing relationships with other animals and how these species have left their mark on Ontario’s history. #ArchivesANIMALIA

Archives of Ontario
134 Ian Macdonald Blvd
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