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Free events in Toronto: October 20-26, 2014

Free events in Toronto this week will get a little spooky, though nothing is as terrifying as walking by the ATM to check your bank balance (also not always a free activity). The Zombie Walk and Night of Dread are big ones, plus there are parties, street fests, film screenings and more.

If you'd like to have fun on the cheap without having the pants scared off of you (I can't afford new pants either), the week holds tons of Hallo-whatever options. Showing up early to a book launch at Hashtag on Thursday will get you a free drink - then you can head to Philistine for free nail art, free shoe shines, free food, and free beer.

Here's how to live like you're not the economy's walking dead in Toronto this week.








Also check out these regular free events

Do you want everyone to know about your kinda random free or pay-what-you-can event? Submit it to our event section. (You can also submit your for-money events here, greedy-pants.)

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