Neighbourhood Events Nov 18, 2017 Events
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Times : 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Concert and Lighting Ceremony
Times : 5:30 - 7:30
Embrace the spirt of the season with breathtaking entertainment and the lighting of the 40-foot holiday tree!
Times : 9:30am-1:00pm
Holiday Craft and Bake Sale Sat. Nov 18th
Times : 8pm
Songs For The Snowy Season with Katherine Wheatley, Tannis Slimmon & Jude Vadala
Times : 9:00 am to 12:30pm
Saturday Nov 18 - 9 am to 12:30 pm
Times : 10am to 5pm
@ The International Centre
Times : 9:30am-1:00pm
Unique Crafts, Art, Jewelry and More
Times : 6pm - 9pm
To Support The 100 Blessing Bags Project
Times : 5pm - 11pm
Join us for Samara Shuter’s Solo Exhibition, Rhythm + Treble, featuring all-new large scale works.
Times : 9AM-4PM
Times : Wed. Thurs. Sat - 8:00pm / Fri - 7:00pm / Sat. Sun - 1:00pm
By The 7 Fingers (7 doigts de la main) with invited choreographers Marie Chouinard, Victor Quijada & Marcos Morau
Times : Multiple Times
Myseum Presents: Music From People City, a city-wide celebration dedicated to Canadian music.
Times : 2:00pm, 8:00pm
Three new full-length plays
Times : 8PM
Citadel + Compagnie commemorates the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Vimy Ridge with the Toronto premiere of Jusqu'à Vimy, November 15-18 & 22-25, 2017 at The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance. Commissioned from choreographer Laurence Lemieux, this dance work honours the tragedy for Canada’s armed forces who perished in one of the country’s most defining World War I moments. Bringing new immediacy to these historic events, Lemieux shines light on the stories of eight fallen soldiers from Toronto’s Regent Park and surrounding area after retracing their steps at the actual site of Vimy Ridge. With dramatic movement set to music by Dora Award-winning composer John Gzowski, Jusqu'à Vimy reveals the personal elements of fear, strength and pride that express the realities of war. Audiences will encounter this history through performance complemented by an interactive multimedia installation with imagery documented from WWI to now at Vimy Ridge.
Times : All Day
Free Film Festival
Times : 10 - 8; 10-6; 10-5
HOLIDAY TRADITIONS START AT SEASONS!
Times : 6pm -10pm, 2pm -10pm, 12pm-10pm, 12pm- 6pm
Canada's largest food and drink event is back with more than 1,500 wines, beers, spirits and gourmet foods to experience. Journey around the globe with cooking pros, talk one-on-one with industry experts and taste the newest dishes, drinks and foodie trends everyone is raving about.
Times : See movie times above.
Cinesphere programming from November 3rd – December 1st.