DRINKS & MORE | GAL CRUSH: Girls’ Art League at the Garrison
Head to the Garrison for GAL CRUSH, where Girls’ Art League will transform the bar into a ‘wild wonderland of art, dancing and music’. Expect art installations, a shadow puppet photo booth, live music, and more. The best part? All proceeds go to Girls’ Art League, so they can continue to offer free workshops to social service organizations across Toronto.
EVENT | Canada Blooms
This event is all about plants – but the plants are *very* cool. Canada Blooms isn’t your regular old flower show: channel your inner Alice and step into Toronto’s wonderland of floral and fauna; check out the must-see events and installations.
FESTIVAL | Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival
Here’s your chance to embrace Canadian stereotypes and participate in Ontario’s favourite early springtime pastime: the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival is back. Load up on maple syrup and pancakes, and fun and games.
BALLET | Romeo and Juliet
For five days in March, Torontonians can brush up on their Shakespeare and revisit this timeless tale of love and tragedy. Russian choreographer, Alexei Ratmansky, puts a fresh spin on a familiar story with The National Ballet of Canada’s Romeo and Juliet.
FOOD | Imbibe with a Sunday Caesar
Beware the ides of March (and indulge in the hair of the dog while you’re at it). Head to one of Toronto’s finest Caesar-serving establishments and enjoy this tomato juice cocktail, made with equal parts booze and Canadian pride.
ART | Abbas Kiarostami: Doors Without Keys
Explore memory and imagination through Doors Without Keys, an stunning installation by Iranian artist, Abbas Kiarostami. This is a can’t-miss immersive gallery experience at the Aga Khan Museum.
MARKET | Spring Vintage Fashion Flea Market
If you missed last week’s Toronto Antique & Vintage Market, here’s your chance to stock up on some vintage spring duds. Because what’s old is new again, head to The Garrison for their Spring Vintage Fashion Flea Market.
HISTORY | Toronto the Just: Stories of Women and the Struggle for Equality
Keep those International Women’s Day celebrations going and head to Toronto the Just to uncover the stories of eight trailblazing Toronto women who challenged inequality, educated, protested, and shook things up throughout Toronto’s history.