Weekend Guide: February 20-21
After your walk, shop, skate or sled... check out our list of things to do for something new to do!
Grow Your Secret Garden Virtual Children’s Art Event
Through illustration, drawing and painting, and collage we will explore what will be in our own personal gardens. We will talk about what you would want to grow, the animals you would want to see, and add any other secret elements!
Free online to support art during covid pandemic.
SUN FEB 21 1-2pm
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Get Crafty and make Ice Ornaments for your own garden.
A simple winter activity for kids and they’re such a great way to spruce up the bare winter trees in your yard.
Magic from the Twilight Lodge – A Virtual Magic Show By Vincenzo Ravina
In this unusual interactive show, I’ll invite you into a pocket universe, a dimension beyond that which is known to humankind, and take you on a guided, interactive tour of my collection of magical artifacts.
SAT FEB 20 4 PM
18th Annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival Canada
The 18th annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival Canada, in its second year of partnership with Hot Docs, presents five powerful and compelling films available digitally for free across Canada from February 18-22.
Black History Month Movies at Cineplex
This collection of important films was curated to elevate Black history, artists and filmmakers and spark discussion. Watch Hidden Figures, Selma, John Lewis Good Trouble & more.
Girls Night In – Weekly Virtual Comedy Show
Girls Night In is the ultimate in virtual interactive comedy. This hilarious, internationally acclaimed, virtual comedy show is coming live into your living rooms every Tuesday Night! If you are looking for the cure to your average Tuesday night, we've got you covered - with games, improv, comedy, musical guests, and so much more!
Every Tuesday 7pm
Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works
Evergreen's Saturday Farmers Market runs year-round, connecting people in Toronto to local Ontario farmers and producers.
SAT 8AM- 1PM
And as always continue to #staysafe and #wearamask
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