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Radar: June 3rd, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JUNE 3rd, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

COMEDY | Comedy at the Ossington
Jam-packed bill includes Death Ray Cabaret, Derek Forgie and Sara Hennessey. Open mic spots available too (sign-up starts at 8)!
61 Ossington Ave
9pm / PWYC

GALLERIES | Draft Four
Dance performance with narration. Four nights. Four dances. Four different perspectives. June 3-6. Bring your own headphones!
58 Ossington Ave.
8pm / FREE

GALLERIES | Free Night at the AGO
The AGO opens its doors to lookie-loos for free tonight. The Group of Seven got cooler since that grade 8 field trip, I promise.
317 Dundas Street West

PARTY | Dimension Cubana with Contemporary dancer Jose Carret
Cuban contemporary dance performance followed by salsa, mambo and cha cha instruction, ending with a Cuban dance party.
Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas Street West
doors at 7pm, show at 8pm / $15

LECTURE | Public Spaces + Public Life for the 21st Century: A Discussion with Danish Architect Jan Gehl
Danish urbanist Jan Gehl's will discuss his criteria for creating good public spaces using lessons from his recent work in places such as New York, San Francisco, and Melbourne.
Design Exchange, 234 Bay Street
3pm-5pm / FREE

PARTY | PWYC Weds w/ Rocketonik, The Artful Vandelays & The Cast
Three local bands rock the Rancho.
Rancho Relaxo, 300 College Street
9pm / PWYC

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