Untitled by heathrow

Radar: May 25th, 2009

Photo: "Untitled" by heathrow, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY, MAY 25th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

ENVIRONMENT | Bike Week
Bike Month kicks off today and continues until June 25th, with pre-work cycling parties, free concerts, flat fix workshops, and group rides. Two wheels have never been cooler.
see website for location and times
FREE

STAGE + BENEFIT | Commedia Dell' Fringe
Dinner, Drinks, and a cabaret show to raise money for the Fringe. Featuring performances of "The Christian Republican Fundraiser in Dayton Tennessee", "The Barbecue King", as well as the cast of The Carnegie Hall Show.
Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley Street.
630pm / $39-99

FILM | The Hangover: Free Screening
Rush seating-only for director Todd Phillips' new flick, The Hangover, about three hungover groomsmen who have to find the groom they lost the night before. Starring Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. First 10 people in rush line get a guaranteed pass.
Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue.
730pm / FREE

MUSIC | Murder Folk 3
This month's morbid, community-centric music series features Damian Rogers, Dave Borins, and Kate Boothman.
Board of Directors Gallery, 1082 Queen Street W.
7-10pm / PWYC

OTHER | Session #45: Dew Lily
Bring your sketch pad to this life-drawing-meets-burlesque festival for drinking, drawing, and pure merriment. Featuring a debut performance by Dew Lily of Boylesque TO.
The Cameron House, 408 Queen Street W.
7-10pm, 6pm doors / $10

WORDS + PARTY | Quattro Spring Book Launch
Quattro Books invites you to party for their spring book release, showcasing titles A River at Night by Paul Zemokhol and The Extraordinary Event of Pia H. by Nicola Vulpe.
Supermarket, 268 Augusta Avenue. (416) 840-0501.
730pm / FREE

For full listings, head on over to our events calendar.

Have an event you'd like to plug? Submit your own listing to the blogTO calendar, contact us directly, or use our handy Facebook app.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Radar

An old Kellogg cereal factory in Ontario is transforming into a Christmas market

Experimental cocktail party in Toronto will teach you how to be social again

Toronto is getting a massive lights festival with glowing ice sculptures this week

15 things to do in Toronto this weekend

15 things to do in Toronto this week

This is what this year's Toronto Christmas market in the Distillery District looks like

Toronto Pride Parade is finally returning in 2022 after two year hiatus

15 things to do in Toronto this weekend