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Christmas Eve events and activities in Toronto

Christmas Eve in Toronto means the malls are closing early, so you can either start poking around under the tree or head to TIFF for creepy movies. That's it: two choices.

I'm kidding. However, TIFF is open, and Lolita screens in its Kubrick glory at 1pm. (The slightly more festive Eyes Wide Shut is at 7pm.) MOCCA is showing their soon-to-close Vera Frankel exhibit from 11am-4pm, and the AGO is open 10am-3pm if you want to catch Art Spiegelman. Toronto's rinks are also open for skating. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Photo by Paul Flynn via the blogTO Flickr pool.


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