Georgia O’Keeffe’s Luscious Landscapes

Georgia O’Keeffe may be one of the most celebrated nature painters of all time. Her instantly recognizable representations of steer horns and flowers, her relationship with major art world personality Alfred Stieglitz, and her long career (she lived to be …

Escape the city and find your WayHome

WayHome Music & Arts returns to Burl’s Creek Event Grounds July 28th – 30th, 2017. The Burl’s Creek grounds are located north of Barrie, ON but south of Orillia, ON The three-day music and arts festival will feature Imagine Dragons, …

Toronto Storytelling Festival

Storytellers are gathering around the campfire – from Haida Gwaii, Quebec, Japan, Ethiopia, Iran, Newfoundland, Haiti, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, and even outer space. Story Jam 150 is a celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary featuring the finest storytellers from Toronto, Canada, and …

March Madness!

The Toronto Raptors are looking to finish the regular season strong and enter the play-offs with a bang! Join the action at the Air Canada Centre in downtown Toronto or when the weather warms up for the play-offs…you can join …

Who Dunit? – Crime at the Cinema

Cozy up with a glass of wine and a compelling, creepy story… in a century old theater in Downtown Toronto. Ted Rogers Cinema, in Toronto’s Annex neighborhood, presents diverse films year round. Their roster offers a multitude of documentaries, cult …

Art On the Toronto Waterfront

Worth Braving the Elements This winter, Toronto will enliven its chilly waterfront with public art installations that encourage new perspectives on the land. The Ice Breakers exhibition, which runs through February 26th will get you nice and friendly with an …

Culinary Wonderland

Toronto, a Foodie Paradise, Gets Even More Heavenly We get it. It’s a drag to leave the house when it’s too cold. Here’s a two-week Toronto event worth pulling yourself out of hibernation for, though. Winterlicious, a food festival, extends …

Children’s Wish Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

A complimentary event for all to enjoy, hosted in the beautiful and historic lobby of the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, 100 Front Street in downtown Toronto from 1-3 pm on Nov 25, 2016. A magnificent 22ft tall Festive Tree will …

Scare Yourself Silly at the Asylum

So you like the idea of a haunted house, but you want a little something more. We’ve got just the thing. Give yourself a Halloween scare at Frolick’s production, The Asylum. The general plotline revolves around a perverted doctor, his …

The Danforth Music Hall

Originally constructed as a movie theater in 1919, the Danforth Music Hall now hosts some of Toronto’s biggest musical acts. On September 21st, see Blood Orange in concert. Buy your tickets before they sell out! Before becoming Blood Orange as …