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04/09/2016 Toronto Rock vs. New England Black Wolves Downtown

The National Lacrosse League is North America's professional indoor lacrosse league, featuring the best lacrosse players in the world. The NLL has nine teams playing in the major markets of the United States and Canada. NLL teams each play a 18-game regular season schedule (nine home & nine away) that begins in December and runs through April, followed by the Champion's Cup Playoffs.

04/09/2016 The Gift with a Heart Dental Services Event Central West

Has it been a while since you've spent time with your Registered Dental Hygienist? Are you not able to access care or afford oral health care? Gift from the Heart and DentalX want to help at no cost! For more information on this program please visit: www.giftfromtheheart.ca/

04/09/2016 Feast on St. Clair Food Tour Central West $70 - $79

St. Clair West has increasingly become a destination for food lovers. With many new restaurants, eateries and specialty food shops that have opened up in recent years, it's flourished into a vibrant culinary scene. On our “Feast on St. Clair West”, you'll discover many of the tasty delights this area has to offer. Your tour will begin with a visit to the The Stop's Farmers' Market at Wychwood Barns, proclaimed as one of the city's best farmer's market with the opportunity to enjoy local and seasonal foods from across Ontario. Afterwards, you'll stroll along St. Clair West to explore the area's wide array of food establishments. Be sure to bring your appetite on this exciting feast!

04/09/2016 Toronto Storytelling Festival Downtown Free

Loose yourself in the myths, wondertales and true stories of some of the world's finest storytellers. Harbourfront Centre hosts Toronto's first-ever Story Fair with events for the whole family. Co-produced by Storytelling Toronto

04/09/2016 Toronto Silent Film Festival presents: A 1000 Laffs-Lost & Found Comedy Shorts Central West $10 - $19

The bad boys and gals of Roaring Twenties comedy are back and anarchy reigns supreme. They told jokes without uttering a word, performed unbelievable feats of daring-do, had a complete disregard for private property or personal dignity and drove way, way too fast. These were the talented but deranged men and women that made legions of fans and influenced every comedian since. Fan favourites like Buster Keaton & Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle & Charley Chase will be joined by the kids of Our Gang, Oliver Hardy and more in a rollicking laugh fest of monumental proportions. Musical Accompaniment Artist: Laura Sgroi Our musical artist is generously sponsored by Arpix Media

04/09/2016 Kensington Krawl Food Tour Downtown $60 - $69

Taste your way through Toronto's most unique and eclectic neighbourhood on a culinary excursion in Kensington Market. As we stroll, you will learn about the history and heritage of the market, meet local shopkeepers and chefs, and indulge in variety of delicious foods and drinks. What's included? 6 generous food and drink tastings For more info and to get tickets, visit savourtoronto.com

04/09/2016 Race Roster Spring Run-Off Central West $50 - $59

Established in 1978, the Spring Run-Off is Toronto's oldest, continuously-held road race. Traditionally the first big running event of the season in the GTA, the Spring Run-Off is the yearly kick-off event of Canada Running Series. The family-friendly event features strong traditions – a bagpiper leading runners to start line, maple syrup prizing & a pancake breakfast. The race features an infamously challenging course through High Park, a consistently strong elite athlete presence, beautiful finisher medals, souvenir race shirts, cheering stations, and live entertainment. This event frequently sells out, so sign-up early!

04/09/2016 The Trinity Bellwoods Flea - April Showers Market Central West Free

April showers bring May flowers. It also brings our April 9th Trinity Bellwoods Flea. Join us April 9th 11am-6pm at Studio Bar. For a curated grouping of 40+ local, handmade, vintage, fashion and food vendors. Admission is as always FREE and family friendly. Shop, eat, and support local at The Trinity Bellwoods Flea The Cocktails: $6 Champagne Mimosas $8 Hot Rum Spiked Apple Cider The Sounds: A fun and funky mix of 70's, 80's and 90's classic. To get your toes tapping and singing along. The Food: Steambox Dumplings Island Oysters Chocollata Gourmet No 7 Mexican Hot Sauce Penny Candy Jam Chai Wala Chai Craft Jams The Vendors: 40 of Toronto's best local, handmade, fashion, vintage, décor, gift and lifestyle vendors.

04/09/2016 Book Launch - Still With Us: Msenwa's Untold Story of War, Resilience and Hope Southeast Free

Join us for an afternoon with local author Msenwa Oliver Mweneake for his book launch. Purchase a signed copy for just $20, and enjoy light snacks In Still With Us, Msenwa writes about fleeing war in DR Congo as a teenager with his two small sisters. On the morning of October 25, 1996, 15 year-old Msenwa sat in his classroom. Before that morning was out, the school was surrounded by dead bodies. Msenwa shares his amazing true life tale. From fleeing war to working towards healing his homeland to new life and love in Canada, Msenwa takes readers on a journey that breaks hearts yet empowers belief in the unyielding strength of hope and the ability to make a difference in the lives of those too easily overlooked.

04/09/2016 Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression Tour Downtown $70 - $79

Iggy Pop's new album Post Pop Depression will be supported by a very limited run of one-time-only live performances in specially selected venues. The Post Pop Depression tour will mark the sole occasion that the album lineup of Iggy, producer/guitarist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/bandleader Joshua Homme, Homme's Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead Weather-man Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders—augmented by QOTSA multi-instrumentalist Troy Van Leeuwen and journeyman guitarist/bassist Matt Sweeney—will perform this material, as well as classics spanning Iggy's legendary solo career, in a live setting.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Disney's The Little Mermaid: A Broadway Musical Downtown

Based on the classic Disney animated featuring all the songs you remember from the film and be delighted by new ones written by Oscar-winning Disney tunesmith Alan Menken! Run Time: 2:30 including intermission. Full theatrical version. Ages 4+. Important Info: Any person entering the performance space, regardless of age, must hold a valid ticket and have an assigned seat. Patrons must occupy their assigned seats and may not move to other locations in the theatre without permission. Young children may be seated in a parent's lap only if they have a ticket and an assigned seat directly beside that occupied by the parent. Strollers are not permitted anywhere in the theatre.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Fancy Nancy The Musical Central West

Bonjour! Meet Fancy Nancy: from the top of her tiara down to her sparkly studded shoes, Nancy believes that more is always better when it comes to being fancy! The story centers on Fancy Nancy and her friends Bree, Rhonda, Wanda and Lionel, who are performing in their very first show, Deep Sea Dances. Nancy is positive – that's “fancy” for 100-percent sure – that she and Bree will be picked to be mermaids. When another girl wins the coveted role of the mermaid, however, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. Can Nancy bring fancy flair to her role, even though it isn't the one she wanted?

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Spotlight on the Collection Exhibit Northwest $1 - $9

Have you ever wondered about museum objects that are not on display? Our Spotlight exhibit will showcase interesting and rarely seen objects from the Gibson House collection. Gibson family objects that fall outside of the scope and time period of the historic house will also be featured.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Killer Tunes Central West $80 - $89

Now Playing a brand new mystery: Killer Tunes! It's awards night and all your favourite music superstars - past and present - are here to claim top prize. Call Box Office for reservations at 416-486-7469 or 1-800-668-3323 (NOT DEAD) or visit www.MysteriouslyYours.com

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Lakeview Market Downtown Free

At the heart of Harbourfront's summer festivals you will find the Lakeview Market. Strategically located where the action is, the Lakeview Market is surrounded by the Stage in the Round, the World Café and venues that offer diverse programmes in music, dance, theatre, films and workshops throughout the summer weekends. The Lakeview Market is an integral part of the festival programme and our summer festival season is as much about music, dance and cultural arts as it is about shopping for unique wares.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 August: Osage County Central East $20 - $29

August: Osage County by Tracey Letts, directed by Victoria Shepherd, April 8-23, 2016 at the Alumnae Theatre. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons return to rural Oklahoma to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother. Winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize, Tracy Letts' darkly comic drama August: Osage County is a harrowing epic that puts the “fun” in “dysfunctional”.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 The Wizard of Oz Central East

The 50th Anniversary Season at Young People's Theatre (YPT) reaches a crescendo with The Wizard of Oz, one of the most beloved musicals of the twentieth century. Filled with all the magic and wonder of L. Frank Baum's masterpiece, YPT will offer a refreshing new take on the classic musical, including a number that was cut from the original movie. The Wizard of Oz will be presented on the Mainstage from April 4 to May 15. Recommended for ages 5 & up. Visit www.youngpeoplestheatre.ca/shows-tickets/the-wizard-of-oz/ for show times and details.

04/09/2016 00:00:00 The Original Haunted Walk of Toronto Downtown $10 - $19

Ghosts, graveyards, hangings and haunts. Hear some of the most spine-tingling ghost stories from the earliest days of the city, including haunted theatres, unsolved mysteries and the terrifying encounters at Mackenzie House. You will never look at the city the same again.

04/08/2016 Toronto's Bridal Show Downtown $20 - $29

The trendiest show in the city bringing the latest fashions and must have's for your next event! One of a kind fashion shows, hundreds of vendors and amazing prizes to be won only at the show. Visit www.torontosbridalshow.com for more information.

04/08/2016 ELEMENTS - Sinfonia Toronto Concert Downtown

ELEMENTS Brian Lewis Violinist Homage to earth, fire, air and water plus Beethoven's towering testament. McLEAN Elements Mozart Rondo for Violin and Orchestra K 269 Beethoven Grosse Fuge Glazounov Theme and Variations

04/08/2016 Toronto Marlies vs. Lake Erie Monsters Central West

The Toronto Marlies is the affiliate of the National Hockey League (NHL) Toronto Maple Leafs. The Toronto Marlies play within the American Hockey League.

04/08/2016 Toronto Raptors vs. Indiana Pacers Downtown

The Toronto Raptors face the Indiana Pacers

04/08/2016 Toronto's Bridal Show Central West $20 - $29

Toronto's bridal show brings the latest fashions and must have's for your next event! One of a kind fashion shows, hundreds of vendors and amazing prizes to be won only at the show.

04/08/2016 Old & Young and Reckless Together #37 Downtown $20 - $29

Young and established dance artists collaborate to present innovative and daring dance works: Vancouver's iconic Joe Laughlin in a solo commission by Amber Funk Barton, one of Canada's hottest young creators. York grad Justine Comfort in a stunning solo from John Ottman. Malgorzata Nowacka's duet for 55-year old dancers James Croker & Jack Langenhuizen, co-artistic directors of the acclaimed Motus O Dance Theatre. Jarrett Siddall & Jessie Garon in a duet by the masterful Serge Bennathan.

04/08/2016 Toronto Silent Film Festival presents: Epic of Everest Central West $20 - $29

This is the official filmed record of the doomed Mallory/Irvine 1924 summit attempt. Filmed in the harshest of conditions imaginable, Capt. Noel captured the soul of a mysterious & little understood landscape and culture. The film brings back to life all the beauty, isolation & vulnerability of one of the most enduring chapters in the history of exploration. Besides the breathtaking cinematography & historical significance of the expedition itself, it's also one of the earliest films of life in Tibet with shots of Phari Dzong, Shekar Dzong, Rongbuk monastery and life in the villages and the trek of the climbers. “Few images in cinema are as epic – or moving – as the final shots of a blood red sunset over the Himalayas- BFI

04/08/2016 Kensington Krawl Food Tour Downtown $60 - $69

Taste your way through Toronto's most unique and eclectic neighbourhood on a culinary excursion in Kensington Market. As we stroll, you will learn about the history and heritage of the market, meet local shopkeepers and chefs, and indulge in variety of delicious foods and drinks. What's included? 6 generous food and drink tastings

04/08/2016 Rouge—A Benefit for United Way Downtown

Presented by KPMG, Rouge is a fun way to make a serious impact in your community. This evening packed with “goodness” will have you enjoying hors d'oeuvres by Oliver & Bonacini, two complimentary beverages from Steam Whistle Brewing, DJ vibes by Champion Sound & Entertainment, and more. You will also have the chance to lead an exciting crowdfunding initiative— and you get to choose where the money goes!

04/08/2016 Toronto Food + Drink Market Downtown $10 - $19

Toronto's Food + Drink Market features hundreds of local and international vendors, featuring a great selection of products to eat, drink, buy and learn about. Back by popular demand we have the Food Truck Alley showcasing the newest and hottest food trucks in Toronto. Also back again is the popular "The Canadian Cheese Counter," presented by Dairy Farmers of Canada, offering the opportunity to discover and taste the best cheeses made in Canada in a fun and interactive environment. You'll never savour cheese in the same way again! These are just some of many great reasons to mark this in your calendar! Sip. Sample. & Shop at the Toronto Food + Drink Market April 8th - 10th

04/08/2016 TIFF Kids International Film Festival Downtown $10 - $19

TIFF Kids is one of the largest children's film festivals in the world! Presented each April, the festival offers a diverse slate of programming from Canada and around the globe, using the power of film not just to entertain children and parents but also to foster new ideas about the complex issues facing young people today. Whenever possible, we include an opportunity to engage in discussions with filmmakers and special guests to further explore ideas, themes, storytelling techniques, and much more.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Mom and Me: Strolling the ROM Downtown $100 +

With a Museum Educator as your guide, you will explore a different gallery each week and discover extraordinary objects while your little one marvels at the new sights from their stroller or carrier! For adults with children up to 2 years.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 ‘So Long Lives This': Celebrating Shakespeare, 1616-2016 Downtown Free

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To honour this milestone, the Fisher Library is holding an exhibition that explores the rich printed history of Shakespeare, and features the only Canadian-held copy of the celebrated 1623 First Folio on display. With almost 60 books on display - running chronologically from 1548 to 2010 - the exhibition features early source material such as Holinshed's Chronicles (1587) and Plutarch's Lives (1579) along with a range of Renaissance genres and forms, from maps to bibles to works of poetry, anatomy and heraldry. Later editions of Shakespeare and experiments with his works will also be prominently featured in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Spotlight on the Collection Exhibit Northwest $1 - $9

Have you ever wondered about museum objects that are not on display? Our Spotlight exhibit will showcase interesting and rarely seen objects from the Gibson House collection. Gibson family objects that fall outside of the scope and time period of the historic house will also be featured.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Sharing Dance – Free Dance Classes at Canada's National Ballet School Downtown Free

Ever wanted to learn a fun, professionally-choreographed dance routine but never had the opportunity? Here's your chance! Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 3 @ Yonge-Dundas Square), Canada's National Ballet School is offering three FREE dance classes per week to encourage people of all ages and abilities to learn this year's Sharing Dance Routine. Choreographed by Kevin Ormsby, the Artistic Director of KasheDance, the routine is inspired by Afro-Caribbean culture and set to Jully Black's Sweat of Your Brow. Participants range from 7 years old to 90! Gather your family and friends and get dancing! To learn more about Sharing Dance and to register for FREE classes, please visit: www.nbs-enb.ca/Sharing-Dance/Sharing-Dance-Day-2016.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Killer Tunes Central West $80 - $89

Now Playing a brand new mystery: Killer Tunes! It's awards night and all your favourite music superstars - past and present - are here to claim top prize. Call Box Office for reservations at 416-486-7469 or 1-800-668-3323 (NOT DEAD) or visit www.MysteriouslyYours.com

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Lakeview Market Downtown Free

At the heart of Harbourfront's summer festivals you will find the Lakeview Market. Strategically located where the action is, the Lakeview Market is surrounded by the Stage in the Round, the World Café and venues that offer diverse programmes in music, dance, theatre, films and workshops throughout the summer weekends. The Lakeview Market is an integral part of the festival programme and our summer festival season is as much about music, dance and cultural arts as it is about shopping for unique wares.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 August: Osage County Central East $20 - $29

August: Osage County by Tracey Letts, directed by Victoria Shepherd, April 8-23, 2016 at the Alumnae Theatre. When the family patriarch vanishes, the Westons return to rural Oklahoma to care for their afflicted, manipulative mother. Winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize, Tracy Letts' darkly comic drama August: Osage County is a harrowing epic that puts the “fun” in “dysfunctional”.

04/08/2016 00:00:00 The Original Haunted Walk of Toronto Downtown $10 - $19

Ghosts, graveyards, hangings and haunts. Hear some of the most spine-tingling ghost stories from the earliest days of the city, including haunted theatres, unsolved mysteries and the terrifying encounters at Mackenzie House. You will never look at the city the same again.
Time machine: Home prices in Toronto were 356% cheaper 20 years ago

04/07/2016 Toussaint Louverture la Fierté Créole Downtown Free

On the occasion of the 213th anniversary of the death of Toussaint Louverture, I am pleased to invite you to the celebration of "Toussaint Louverture, the Creole Pride" as a speaker.

04/07/2016 Toronto Silent Film Festival presents: Why Be Good? Central West $10 - $19

Get ready for Colleen Moore, the red hot jazz queen of the screen with her razor-sharp black bob, lithe dancer body & bowtie lips. The romantic comedy also portrays the evolving roles of women in '20s. Rebelling against her family's rebukes about lifestyle, she argues that if she contributes financially then she has a right to do what she wants. Though an emancipated working gal by day, she parties hard at night. Her reputation catches up after a risque party & she has to find a way out of a unseemly jamb. "Why be good when it's much more thrilling to be bad" Plus: Their First Misunderstanding 1911 Mary Pickford New Restoration of a lost film Films will be accompanied by jazz pianist Jordan Klapman. Festival runs April7-12

04/07/2016 Spur Toronto 2016 Downtown $10 - $19

Tickets now on sale for Spur 2016: a multi-city festival of politics, art and ideas. Join us to learn the difference between Transgender and Genderqueer, to explore Human Migration and the Changing Demographics of Canada, to debate whether Masculinity and Political Tribalism are things of the past…and much more. Tickets start at just $10, with a free opening event so get yours online at spurfestival.ca!

04/07/2016 Jackie Burroughs is Dead (and what are you going to do about it) Downtown $20 - $29

Jackie Burroughs is Dead (and what are you going to do about it) focuses on the light, energy and impulses that drive us following significant loss. Throughout the creative process with choreographer DA Hoskins, Artistic Director of The Dietrich Group, dancers Danielle Baskerville, Luke Garwood and Robert Kingsbury drew upon personal experiences, including the loss of Canadian stage and film actress Jackie Burroughs, who died in 2010. Burroughs was a highly dedicated contemporary dance enthusiast whose enduring presence inspired many dance artists throughout her lifetime. The work explores the power of reaction: how we observe, absorb and ultimately respond.

04/07/2016 Art Waves Toronto Northwest $1 - $9

ArtWaves Toronto is a creative art show for every artist, no matter what level. We offer classes, as well as an art marketplace where you can purchase your supplies at show rates. We offer arts in many mediums, including, mixed media, painting, oils, acrylics, beading, paper crafts, scratch art, and more! Come out for the day or the entire weekend! There is something for everyone. FREE PARKING for all visitors! For more information, please contact Audrey de Jong at [email protected]

04/07/2016 Music in the Afternoon -- Dannthology Downtown $40 - $49

Dannthology: Steven Dann, viola; with Nico Dann, percussion, Robin Dann, voice; Lucas Dann, piano, Ilana Zarankin, soprano; Joel Quarrington, double bass; James Parker, piano. The program includes a world premiere of a WMCT commission by Leger-prize-winner Zosha Di Castri, a Brahms viola sonata, and interpretations of Schumann's Marchenbilder (Fairy Tale Pictures).

04/07/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/07/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/07/2016 00:00:00 ‘So Long Lives This': Celebrating Shakespeare, 1616-2016 Downtown Free

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To honour this milestone, the Fisher Library is holding an exhibition that explores the rich printed history of Shakespeare, and features the only Canadian-held copy of the celebrated 1623 First Folio on display. With almost 60 books on display - running chronologically from 1548 to 2010 - the exhibition features early source material such as Holinshed's Chronicles (1587) and Plutarch's Lives (1579) along with a range of Renaissance genres and forms, from maps to bibles to works of poetry, anatomy and heraldry. Later editions of Shakespeare and experiments with his works will also be prominently featured in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

04/07/2016 00:00:00 Spotlight on the Collection Exhibit Northwest $1 - $9

Have you ever wondered about museum objects that are not on display? Our Spotlight exhibit will showcase interesting and rarely seen objects from the Gibson House collection. Gibson family objects that fall outside of the scope and time period of the historic house will also be featured.

04/07/2016 00:00:00 Organic Farmers' Market Central East Free

Come find greens, vegetables, seasonal berries and fruits, delicious ready-to-eat foods, free-range eggs, grass-fed beef, pork, veal, venison and poultry, cheese, maple syrup, jams, honey, all-natural personal care products, soaps and candles, olive oil, herbal oils and teas, seeds and grains, breads, tempting sweets and savouries, gluten-free baked goods, and organic VQA wines. Choose the freshest, healthiest foods, meet our organic vendors and enjoy farm tales, cooking tips and snacks or supper in a beautiful setting. Bistro tables offer convenient spots to relax. Toronto Master Gardeners are also on hand, providing an Advice Clinic.

04/07/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/07/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/06/2016 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Columbus Blue Jackets Downtown

The Toronto Maple Leafs face the Columbus Blue Jackets

04/06/2016 Puscifer - Money $hot Tour Round 2 Downtown

Puscifer return to the ring with their Money $hot – Round 2 tour. Maynard James Keenan said of the live performance, “This show is so much more than just a band regurgitating songs. This is a multi-media performance unlike anything you've ever witnessed. There are those who know, and there are those who will know soon enough.” Guitar player/producer Mat Mitchell added, “Round 1 was a blast for us, looking forward to more bone breaking fun in Round 2!”

04/06/2016 The Index Card: Helaine Olen in Conversation with Ellen Roseman Downtown Free

The Toronto Star's Ellen Roseman talks with Helaine Olen, award-winning financial journalist and author of the best-selling "Pound Foolish," about her new book "The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to be Complicated."

04/06/2016 Willowdale Group of Artists 68th Annual Juried Art Show Central East Free

Toronto, Ontario: The Willowdale Group of Artists (WGA), one of Toronto's oldest, active art groups, is celebrating the onset of spring with a juried show, featuring works painted by some of Toronto's finest amateur and professional artists. WGA Endowment Award – for many years, the Willowdale Group of Artists has awarded an endowment to deserving students enrolled in the arts program at York University. The 2016-2017 award winner, Marcia Villeneuve, will be introduced to the group of patrons and guests and participate in the presentation of show awards. Juror for the Spring Show Brian Smith. Categories awarded are: Best in Show; Best Landscape; Best Floral; Best Abstract and four Honorable Mentions.

04/06/2016 The Index Card: Helaine Olen in Conversation with Ellen Roseman Downtown Free

The Toronto Star's Ellen Roseman talks with Helaine Olen, award-winning financial journalist and author of the best-selling "Pound Foolish," about her new book "The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to be Complicated." All are welcome. Seating is first come / first served.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Holodeck Follies - Improvised Star Trek & Variety Show Southeast $10 - $19

Gathering the most interesting talent from across Toronto's diverse entertainment community, Holodeck Follies is a fast-paced 90-minute show filled with improvised Star Trek episodes and special guest performers from the musical, stand-up, and sketch comedy community. Each improvised episode boasts engaging musically improvised songs underscored by musical director Jason Zinger. Not all performers are versed in the Star Trek universe, or even focused on the sci-fi genre. Those performers are incorporated seemlessly into the evening, to reach the wider audience and to keep the uber-Trekkie references to a dull roar.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 ‘So Long Lives This': Celebrating Shakespeare, 1616-2016 Downtown Free

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To honour this milestone, the Fisher Library is holding an exhibition that explores the rich printed history of Shakespeare, and features the only Canadian-held copy of the celebrated 1623 First Folio on display. With almost 60 books on display - running chronologically from 1548 to 2010 - the exhibition features early source material such as Holinshed's Chronicles (1587) and Plutarch's Lives (1579) along with a range of Renaissance genres and forms, from maps to bibles to works of poetry, anatomy and heraldry. Later editions of Shakespeare and experiments with his works will also be prominently featured in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Spotlight on the Collection Exhibit Northwest $1 - $9

Have you ever wondered about museum objects that are not on display? Our Spotlight exhibit will showcase interesting and rarely seen objects from the Gibson House collection. Gibson family objects that fall outside of the scope and time period of the historic house will also be featured.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Sharing Dance – Free Dance Classes at Canada's National Ballet School Downtown Free

Ever wanted to learn a fun, professionally-choreographed dance routine but never had the opportunity? Here's your chance! Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 3 @ Yonge-Dundas Square), Canada's National Ballet School is offering three FREE dance classes per week to encourage people of all ages and abilities to learn this year's Sharing Dance Routine. Choreographed by Kevin Ormsby, the Artistic Director of KasheDance, the routine is inspired by Afro-Caribbean culture and set to Jully Black's Sweat of Your Brow. Participants range from 7 years old to 90! Gather your family and friends and get dancing! To learn more about Sharing Dance and to register for FREE classes, please visit: www.nbs-enb.ca/Sharing-Dance/Sharing-Dance-Day-2016.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Cultural Gym: Creating Character Through Movement Downtown $1 - $9

An actor's instrument is their body. In this fun and lively workshop YPT Resident Artist Educator Melinda Little will introduce physical theatre techniques to explore how your body can be a fantastic resource for creating a character. This session of Cultural Gym runs weekly (Wednesday evenings) from Mar. 23 - April 13 from 6pm-7pm. We welcome children and adults to attend the program. This program is recommended for ages 12 and up. Pre-registration is recommended. To register please contact Amber Ebert, YPT School & Community Programs Manager at [email protected] by 12 PM on the date you would like to attend.

04/06/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/05/2016 Toronto Raptors vs. Charlotte Hornets Downtown

The Toronto Raptors face the Charlotte Hornets.

04/05/2016 Charity Film Night: "Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story" Downtown $20 - $29

Follow filmmakers Jen and Grant as they dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. After catching a glimpse of the billions of dollars of good food that is tossed each year in North America, they pledge to quit grocery shopping cold turkey and survive only on foods that would otherwise be thrown away. Just Eat It looks at our systemic obsession with expiry dates, perfect produce and portion sizes, and reveals the core of this seemingly insignificant issue that is having devastating consequences around the globe. (74 min.) All ages are welcome.

04/05/2016 Bach Goldberg Variations Northwest

Bach's famous Goldberg Variations are a showpiece for the artistry and virtuosity of keyboard players. Taking up the challenge is the brilliant young French harpsichordist Benjamin Alard in his Tafelmusik debut. The concerts also include Bach's masterful Trio sonata from The Musical Offering, with Grégoire Jeay (flute), Jeanne Lamon (violin) and Christina Mahler (cello).

04/05/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/05/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/05/2016 00:00:00 ‘So Long Lives This': Celebrating Shakespeare, 1616-2016 Downtown Free

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To honour this milestone, the Fisher Library is holding an exhibition that explores the rich printed history of Shakespeare, and features the only Canadian-held copy of the celebrated 1623 First Folio on display. With almost 60 books on display - running chronologically from 1548 to 2010 - the exhibition features early source material such as Holinshed's Chronicles (1587) and Plutarch's Lives (1579) along with a range of Renaissance genres and forms, from maps to bibles to works of poetry, anatomy and heraldry. Later editions of Shakespeare and experiments with his works will also be prominently featured in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

04/05/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/05/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/04/2016 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Florida Panthers Downtown

The Toronto Maple Leafs face the Florida Panthers

04/04/2016 00:00:00 Pour Boy Monday Night Trivia Central West $10 - $19

Group trivia with a variety of questions. music, science, geography in all areas of trivial matters. 10% of all sales and group fees go to Horizon Children Centre.

04/04/2016 00:00:00 Mom and Me: Strolling the ROM Downtown $100 +

With a Museum Educator as your guide, you will explore a different gallery each week and discover extraordinary objects while your little one marvels at the new sights from their stroller or carrier! For adults with children up to 2 years.

04/04/2016 00:00:00 ‘So Long Lives This': Celebrating Shakespeare, 1616-2016 Downtown Free

The year 2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. To honour this milestone, the Fisher Library is holding an exhibition that explores the rich printed history of Shakespeare, and features the only Canadian-held copy of the celebrated 1623 First Folio on display. With almost 60 books on display - running chronologically from 1548 to 2010 - the exhibition features early source material such as Holinshed's Chronicles (1587) and Plutarch's Lives (1579) along with a range of Renaissance genres and forms, from maps to bibles to works of poetry, anatomy and heraldry. Later editions of Shakespeare and experiments with his works will also be prominently featured in the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

04/04/2016 00:00:00 Sharing Dance – Free Dance Classes at Canada's National Ballet School Downtown Free

Ever wanted to learn a fun, professionally-choreographed dance routine but never had the opportunity? Here's your chance! Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 3 @ Yonge-Dundas Square), Canada's National Ballet School is offering three FREE dance classes per week to encourage people of all ages and abilities to learn this year's Sharing Dance Routine. Choreographed by Kevin Ormsby, the Artistic Director of KasheDance, the routine is inspired by Afro-Caribbean culture and set to Jully Black's Sweat of Your Brow. Participants range from 7 years old to 90! Gather your family and friends and get dancing! To learn more about Sharing Dance and to register for FREE classes, please visit: www.nbs-enb.ca/Sharing-Dance/Sharing-Dance-Day-2016.

04/03/2016 Disgraced Downtown

Following sold-out engagements in Chicago, London and New York, Disgraced comes roaring to life in its Canadian premiere production for the Off-Mirvish series. The winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize, Disgraced is the “emotionally shattering” (Newsday) tale of the stories we tell our friends, the secrets we tell our lovers and the lies we tell ourselves to find our place in the American Dream. “It's terrific and turbulent.” (The New York Times). This provocative tale of big city aspiration and cultural assimilation dares to face the truth hiding just below the deception. Please note: May be inappropriate for children 12 and under. Mature language & adult situations.

04/03/2016 Toronto Old Book and Paper Show Central West $10 - $19

Every conceivable type of vintage printed material, all under one roof. Collectors and dealers in old paper, ephemera and vintage books get together for the biggest one-day vintage print sale of the year. 70 tables piled high with vintage paper galore, plus rare and antique books. Categories include old advertising, travel, concert and movie posters, comics, vintage photography, brochures, vintage sewing patterns, postcards, prints, maps, magazines, old paperbacks, out of print books, sports memorabilia, antique maps, rare, unusual and antiquarian books and more.

04/03/2016 Kensington Krawl Food Tour Downtown $60 - $69

Taste your way through Toronto's most unique and eclectic neighbourhood on a culinary excursion in Kensington Market. As we stroll, you will learn about the history and heritage of the market, meet local shopkeepers and chefs, and indulge in variety of delicious foods and drinks. What's included? 6 generous food and drink tastings Cost: $60.00 + taxes For more info and to get tickets, visit savourtoronto.com

04/03/2016 4th Annual Spring into Beauty - The Ultimate Pamper Party Northwest $20 - $29

Na'amat Canada Toronto presents its 4th Annual Spring into Beauty - The Ultimate Pamper Party! Join us for an afternoon of pampering, mimosas, sweets, vendors, silent auction raffles and fun. Take some time to relax at a variety of 15-minute pampering services and don't miss makeovers by Marilyn Wetston the Wardrobe Doctor. Bring your mothers, sisters, daughters, granddaughters and friends to this wonderful afternoon. Do not miss this chance to pamper yourself! *All money raised will help feed over 18,000 children in Na'amat's 233 non-denominational daycare centres in Israel. Questions? Contact us at Na'amat Canada Toronto 416-636-425 [email protected]

04/03/2016 00:00:00 You Will Remember Me Downtown $50 - $59

How will you be remembered? How will you choose to remember those you love? As the aging patriarch of a modern family – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to make room in their lives for his care. A vivid and elegant drama about family and memory from one of Québec's most dynamic voices: Governor General's Award-winning playwright François Archambault. Translated by Bobby Theodore Directed by Joel Greenberg Starring R.H. Thomson, Nancy Palk, Marc McGrinder, Kimwun Perehinec, Alanna Bale

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Disney's The Little Mermaid: A Broadway Musical Downtown

Based on the classic Disney animated featuring all the songs you remember from the film and be delighted by new ones written by Oscar-winning Disney tunesmith Alan Menken! Run Time: 2:30 including intermission. Full theatrical version. Ages 4+. Important Info: Any person entering the performance space, regardless of age, must hold a valid ticket and have an assigned seat. Patrons must occupy their assigned seats and may not move to other locations in the theatre without permission. Young children may be seated in a parent's lap only if they have a ticket and an assigned seat directly beside that occupied by the parent. Strollers are not permitted anywhere in the theatre.

04/03/2016 00:00:00 A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now Central East $10 - $19

A City Transformed: Images of Istanbul Then and Now gives North American audiences unprecedented access to the private collection of Turkish art philanthropist Ömer M. Koç. Nearly 70 photographs, albums, and panoramas from Koç's collection present the architecture, monuments, and people of this historic city from the 1850s to early 1900s. New photographs and digital animations by acclaimed Turkish artist Murat Germen offer startling contrasts in era, scale, and scope. Germen's dazzling cityscapes convey the heady pace — and price — of urban development in a city long revered for its historic character. A City Transformed will be a Primary Exhibition in this year's Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Fancy Nancy The Musical Central West

Bonjour! Meet Fancy Nancy: from the top of her tiara down to her sparkly studded shoes, Nancy believes that more is always better when it comes to being fancy! The story centers on Fancy Nancy and her friends Bree, Rhonda, Wanda and Lionel, who are performing in their very first show, Deep Sea Dances. Nancy is positive – that's “fancy” for 100-percent sure – that she and Bree will be picked to be mermaids. When another girl wins the coveted role of the mermaid, however, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. Can Nancy bring fancy flair to her role, even though it isn't the one she wanted?

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Spotlight on the Collection Exhibit Northwest $1 - $9

Have you ever wondered about museum objects that are not on display? Our Spotlight exhibit will showcase interesting and rarely seen objects from the Gibson House collection. Gibson family objects that fall outside of the scope and time period of the historic house will also be featured.

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s – 1980s Downtown $20 - $29

Documenting American life in all its startling complexity and diversity, the photographers and filmmakers featured in the AGO's latest exhibition present compelling images of individuals and communities on the perceived margins of society. Featuring over 200 works, the exhibition includes photographs by Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Danny Lyon, Nan Goldin, the anonymous visitors of Casa Susanna and experimental films by Kenneth Anger, Marie Menken, Shirley Clarke, Robert Frank and Alfred Leslie. These images portray musicians, protesters, cross-dressers, bike gangs, politicians and socialites, individuals both at odds and united, against a backdrop of rapid social change.

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Ballroom Latin Central East $10 - $19

Ballroom Latin and salsa dance Practice with ballroom dance class included Runs every Sunday Music is salsa, latin and ballroom. Some lines dances are included Free parking

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Lakeview Market Downtown Free

At the heart of Harbourfront's summer festivals you will find the Lakeview Market. Strategically located where the action is, the Lakeview Market is surrounded by the Stage in the Round, the World Café and venues that offer diverse programmes in music, dance, theatre, films and workshops throughout the summer weekends. The Lakeview Market is an integral part of the festival programme and our summer festival season is as much about music, dance and cultural arts as it is about shopping for unique wares.

04/03/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

Garry Shandling dead, TMZ reports

Celebrity gossip site TMZ is reporting that comedian Garry Shandling has died.

Shandling, best known for his starring role in The Larry Sanders Show, was 66 years old.

Jian Ghomeshi acquitted of sexual assault, choking

A judge has found Jian Ghomeshi not guilty of four counts of sexual assault and one count of overcoming resistance by choking.

Ghomeshi still faces a separate trial in June on a single count of sexual assault.

04/02/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/01/2016 00:00:00 Chimerica Downtown

As tanks roll through Beijing, a young American photojournalist captures a historical moment of defiance. 20 years later, he goes looking for the truth about that fateful day. This five-star Oliver Award winning suspense drama makes its Canadian premiere. A Canadian Stage & Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production.

04/02/2016 00:00:00 Lakeview Market Downtown Free

At the heart of Harbourfront's summer festivals you will find the Lakeview Market. Strategically located where the action is, the Lakeview Market is surrounded by the Stage in the Round, the World Café and venues that offer diverse programmes in music, dance, theatre, films and workshops throughout the summer weekends. The Lakeview Market is an integral part of the festival programme and our summer festival season is as much about music, dance and cultural arts as it is about shopping for unique wares.

04/01/2016 00:00:00 Lakeview Market Downtown Free

At the heart of Harbourfront's summer festivals you will find the Lakeview Market. Strategically located where the action is, the Lakeview Market is surrounded by the Stage in the Round, the World Café and venues that offer diverse programmes in music, dance, theatre, films and workshops throughout the summer weekends. The Lakeview Market is an integral part of the festival programme and our summer festival season is as much about music, dance and cultural arts as it is about shopping for unique wares.

04/02/2016 Toronto Marlies vs. Grand Rapids Griffins Central West

The Toronto Marlies play the Grand Rapids Griffins in the American Hockey League. The Toronto Marlies is the affiliate of the National Hockey League (NHL) Toronto Maple Leafs.

04/02/2016 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings Downtown