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DREAM SPACE Toronto
Today  10 AM – 9 PM
(+9 more until next week)
Art, Culture

A 2,500 square-foot immersive pop-up museum featuring Ricciardi’s original canvas work and sculpture series. The gallery acts as an entry point to a “secret and hidden” pop-up experience filled with 12 large-scale interactive installations and multi-sensory immersive spaces inspired by Ricciardi’s creations, including a pool of gold coins.

DREAM SPACE visitors will also have the chance to take one of Ricciardi’s pieces home with prices starting at $100, up to $7,000. This exhibit at Yorkdale Mall (3401 Dufferin Street) will be open to the public until July 2019.

Admission to the gallery is free with a $15 admission fee to access the pop-up art installation and immersive space (children under 5 are free).

Yorkdale Mall
3401 Dufferin Street
Sunday Open Mic Night at Remix Lounge
Tonight  8 PM – 2 AM
(+64 more until March)
Art, Music, Social

Remix Lounge Toronto are happy to be home to a brand new weekly open mic every Sunday night hosted by the talented Scottish singer-songwriter Rich Freed, who recently moved to our Canadian shores from Glasgow earlier this year!

Whether you are a musician, poet, comedian, actor, magician or mime, you are invited to head down to 1305 Dundas Street West (near Ossington-Dundas intersection) and showcase your talents!

There will be a full back-line of house instruments including guitars, bass, drums and keyboard (or bring your own!) for impromptu jams!

And to top it all off... We will also be giving away a free beer to every performer! How amazing is that!

Sign up for this open mic night starts at 8.30pm, with the music starting at 9pm!

Come on down and become part of a brand new creative community!

Remix Lounge
1305 Dundas St W
OSSINGTON COMEDY
Tonight  7 PM – 0 AM
(+149 more until December)
Comedy, Social

New weekly comedy night! Great Performers and a new format.

Booked shows start at 8

Sign up for open mic starts at 5

Open mic starts at 10 and goes till it goes

The Ossington
61 Ossington Avenue
It's ON This Summer at Ontario Place
Today  5 AM – 0 AM
(+125 more until September)
Fitness, Outdoor

Ontario Place has much in store for visitors this summer! Zen out with our FREE weekends and monthly sunset yoga classes in the park. Take a spin in a kayak or paddle boat at Lake Shore Boat rentals or hop on a Segway adventure courtesy of Go Tours. In search of a culinary adventure? The West Island will home to a variety of exciting festivals. Grab a bite or drink at Vista Eatery’s licensed patio and listen to live jazz on Sunday afternoons with a prime waterfront view or spend the afternoon playing games of table tennis, chess and more. And for the kids, we have imagination playground™, giant foam blocks for them to build and create. Looking for a rainy day activity? Visit the iconic Cinesphere for an immersive IMAX experience. Ontario Place truly offers something for everyone. Visit http://ontarioplace.com/en/whatson/

Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Retro Futures Exhibit
Today  9 AM – 5 PM
(+6 more until July)
Art, Culture

Science fiction tries to predict the effects of change on future societies and asks the question “What if?” The answers that science fiction writers and illustrators come up with are often creative, inspiring, sometimes alarming, and range from the plausible to the far-fetched. Retro Futures invites you on a nostalgic journey to futures-that-might-have- been. Using the 50th anniversary of NASA’s first successful lunar landing in 1969 as its inspiration, Retro Futures features rare books, magazines, artwork and ephemera from the Toronto Public Library’s Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy. Warp speed ahead!

TD Gallery
789 Yonge Street
ANIMALIA: Animals in the Archives exhibit at the Archives of Ontario
Today  8:30 AM – 5 PM
(+379 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
DREAM SPACE Toronto
Today  10 AM – 9 PM
(+9 more until next week)
Art, Culture

A 2,500 square-foot immersive pop-up museum featuring Ricciardi’s original canvas work and sculpture series. The gallery acts as an entry point to a “secret and hidden” pop-up experience filled with 12 large-scale interactive installations and multi-sensory immersive spaces inspired by Ricciardi’s creations, including a pool of gold coins.

DREAM SPACE visitors will also have the chance to take one of Ricciardi’s pieces home with prices starting at $100, up to $7,000. This exhibit at Yorkdale Mall (3401 Dufferin Street) will be open to the public until July 2019.

Admission to the gallery is free with a $15 admission fee to access the pop-up art installation and immersive space (children under 5 are free).

Yorkdale Mall
3401 Dufferin Street
Sunday Open Mic Night at Remix Lounge
Tonight  8 PM – 2 AM
(+64 more until March)
Art, Music, Social

Remix Lounge Toronto are happy to be home to a brand new weekly open mic every Sunday night hosted by the talented Scottish singer-songwriter Rich Freed, who recently moved to our Canadian shores from Glasgow earlier this year!

Whether you are a musician, poet, comedian, actor, magician or mime, you are invited to head down to 1305 Dundas Street West (near Ossington-Dundas intersection) and showcase your talents!

There will be a full back-line of house instruments including guitars, bass, drums and keyboard (or bring your own!) for impromptu jams!

And to top it all off... We will also be giving away a free beer to every performer! How amazing is that!

Sign up for this open mic night starts at 8.30pm, with the music starting at 9pm!

Come on down and become part of a brand new creative community!

Remix Lounge
1305 Dundas St W
OSSINGTON COMEDY
Tonight  7 PM – 0 AM
(+149 more until December)
Comedy, Social

New weekly comedy night! Great Performers and a new format.

Booked shows start at 8

Sign up for open mic starts at 5

Open mic starts at 10 and goes till it goes

The Ossington
61 Ossington Avenue
It's ON This Summer at Ontario Place
Today  5 AM – 0 AM
(+125 more until September)
Fitness, Outdoor

Ontario Place has much in store for visitors this summer! Zen out with our FREE weekends and monthly sunset yoga classes in the park. Take a spin in a kayak or paddle boat at Lake Shore Boat rentals or hop on a Segway adventure courtesy of Go Tours. In search of a culinary adventure? The West Island will home to a variety of exciting festivals. Grab a bite or drink at Vista Eatery’s licensed patio and listen to live jazz on Sunday afternoons with a prime waterfront view or spend the afternoon playing games of table tennis, chess and more. And for the kids, we have imagination playground™, giant foam blocks for them to build and create. Looking for a rainy day activity? Visit the iconic Cinesphere for an immersive IMAX experience. Ontario Place truly offers something for everyone. Visit http://ontarioplace.com/en/whatson/

Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Retro Futures Exhibit
Today  9 AM – 5 PM
(+6 more until July)
Art, Culture

Science fiction tries to predict the effects of change on future societies and asks the question “What if?” The answers that science fiction writers and illustrators come up with are often creative, inspiring, sometimes alarming, and range from the plausible to the far-fetched. Retro Futures invites you on a nostalgic journey to futures-that-might-have- been. Using the 50th anniversary of NASA’s first successful lunar landing in 1969 as its inspiration, Retro Futures features rare books, magazines, artwork and ephemera from the Toronto Public Library’s Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy. Warp speed ahead!

TD Gallery
789 Yonge Street
ANIMALIA: Animals in the Archives exhibit at the Archives of Ontario
Today  8:30 AM – 5 PM
(+379 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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