Neighbourhood Events May 25, 2018 Events
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Outside Looking In's Annual Student Matinee Performance - Indigenous Youth Dancing to the Music of the 70s! Hosted by YTVs SUKI
Times : 10:30am 1:00pm
Attention School Groups (grades K-12) and Youth Organizations*! On May 25th bring your students to cheer on our Indigenous youth performers from across Canada, as they perform the latest dance moves to the hippest music! Starting at 10:30 a.m. get the chance to learn about OLI youth, their communities, and what made them aspire to travel to perform at the Sony Centre For the Performing Arts. Before the Matinee Show, there will be an opportunity to come early and listen to the OLI Alumni-led panel, that will be mediated by the Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Youth Council Member, Gregory Francis. If you or your group are interested, please indicate on the survey at the end of your ticket purchase. Tickets are only $5 for more information on the event and how to purchase tickets click here. To learn more about Outside Looking In, click here.
Times : Embarking 6:30pm, Cruising from 7:00pm 10:00pm
Full of southern charm, the Showboat is the perfect venue for Mariposa Cruises’ Mardi Gras Dinner Cruise! With plenty of flavour, entertainment and breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline, there is no better way to celebrate Mardi Gras in Toronto.
Times : Sign in 5 PM, Walk at 6:45 PM
Times : 5PM-7PM
Times : Every night at 7:00pm - plus a matinee on Jun. 2 at 2:00pm.
THE SECRET SESSIONS welcomes Spring with The Princess Bride - The Movie Experience.
Times : All performances 8pm, additional May 2 2pm performance
A form-defying drama that intertwines the life of a serial killer, a mother searching for her missing child, and an American academic digging deep into the criminal mind.
Times : 11-5
Experience the Magic of Darkroom & Alternative Analogue Photography! Red Light is an extravagant visual journey surveying the richness of photographic techniques from the pre-digital era. Highlighting over 300 pieces by photographers from across the globe, working in darkroom hand printed photography, this landmark exhibition shines a light on the incredible energy, depth, and magic of manual photographic development.
Times : 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm or by appointment
After 15 years in the field, acclaimed Toronto-based conservation photojournalist Neil Ever Osborne announces the opening of his first fine art exhibit, HOME: — a collection of 22 photographic images of the earth’s last wild places, from the Pacific Northwest mountains to Indonesian jungles to the Falkland Islands’ shores.
Times : 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Times : 8:30am to 5pm