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One Of A Kind Online

As the flagship event supporting craft and makers since 1975, One Of A Kind will be pivoting digitally this year to help creative entrepreneurs across Canada...

11/23
Virtual Event
The Junction 1st Annual Window Wonderland

Taking place through the winter season, November 14, 2020 –January 31, 2021, The Junction 1st Annual Window Wonderland, presented by MEDS Junction Pharmacy,...

#EatOutToHelpOut

Bars & Restaurants in Ontario are giving massive discounts in #EatOutToHelpOut campaign. EAT OUT between Monday and Wednesday to HELP OUT our entertainment...

Woman’s jacket. Made in coastal southeast India for the Dutch market; used in Hindeloopen, Friesland. Mordant-dyed and resist-dyed cotton, 18th century, 57.8 cm

Made with novel cotton, vivid colours and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion...

The Great Divide: Footwear in the Age of Enlightenment

Through the lens of footwear, this timely exhibition explores a range of important issues, from gender and race to imperialism and colonization. Featuring...

Ultra-Small Group Kensington Market 'Taste the World' Food Tour

Tasty Tours has been hosting food tours for 9 years and this is the worst we've seen. But Kensington Market, like it's immigrant heritage, is full of...

OPG Winter Festival of Lights

The most Fabulous 38th OPG Winter Festival of Lights is Canada’s Largest FREE Outdoor Festival with spectacular displays & 3 Million lights. More About This...

Art Tour Logo

The Art Tour Collective is announcing its first ever ONLINE EXHIBITION to take place from November 21 through December 6, 2020! More than 30 artists will be...

11/23 6pm
Virtual Event
Inner coffin of Nestawedjat, 25th Dynasty, about 700–680 BC, Probably Thebes, Egypt, Wood and plaster, EA 22812a. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Mummies have captured our imagination throughout time. Uncover the secrets of six mummified individuals from ancient Egypt in this compelling exhibition from...

Woman's overdress. Around 1783. Dress made in England of Indian painted export cotton, hand-drawn, mordant-dyed, resist-dyed.

Explore an era of European botanical discovery and its cultural connections in Florals: Desire and Design. With world-wide exploration and the economic...