Rise and shine for Easter Monday, folks! It’s sort of hard to believe that there’s just another two weeks to go till the month’s done. Which can be exciting, as it means we’re one step closer to summer. In the meantime, there’s loads of fun activities and events to enjoy, so check out our roundup of things to do in Toronto.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
T.O. Food & Drink Fest
Taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the three-day festival will be taking place from April 22 – 24. The event is set to feature a variety of F&B exhibitors and vendors, along with food trucks, mixology classes, Chef Workshop sessions and so much more. There’s also going to be a Delicious Vibes lounge, featuring live entertainment. Tickets for the festival can be purchased online here.
The festival celebrates the work of deaf and disabled artists, through visual arts, music, dance, panel discussions and more. From April 20 to May 1, you can head to the Harbourfront Centre to check out different experiences. More details on the event can be found here.
In The Paint
Hosted at The Local Gallery, the basketball themed exhibition invites visitors to see the basketball-based artworks by local artists. The line-up for this free-entry event includes Briony Douglas, Mark Serrano, JBV Creative and Chris Solcz, to name a few. In The Paint will be going on until April 30.
Does a candlelit concert pique your interest? If so, you might want to check out Candlelight Symphony at Casa Loma. The programme is guided by Maestro Paolo Busato, and features scores from popular Hollywood and Broadway blockbusters. It’s taking place until May 1 and tickets can be purchased online here.
Open Mic Night At The Painted Lady
Spend an evening with live music today, listening to various different artists from 8pm until 1am. The Open Mic Mondays at The Painted Lady saloon are hosted by Kunle. Want to show off your musical skills? You can sign up to put on your own performance.