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The top 5 free events in Toronto: March 28-April 3 2016

Free events in Toronto this week will save your from adopting a lifestyle based solely on couponing. While you could easily save your cash by staying holed up in your apartment, there are plenty of budget-friendly happenings that'll keep you both busy and social.

Here's a roundup of free events in Toronto this week.

Chicken Soup Battle (March 28)
If the change in weather is causing your body some stress, head to the Drake on Monday to get your fill of feel good food. Ivy Knight will be hosting a competitive cook-off that revolves around everybody's favourite home-cooked dish: chicken soup.

True Stories Told Live (March 29)
Hit up the Garrison on Tuesday evening for a free storytelling event. Adil Dhala, Zoe McKnight, Chivon John, Rick Fishell and Josh Teneycke will each share their personal stories in less than 10 minutes (sans notes).

WWE Trivia Night (March 30)
In honour of Wrestlemania Week Jamie and Jon Champagne, the duo also known as There Is Two Of Me, are hosting a WWE Trivia Night. Get in on the action yourself or just sit back and see how others fare - either way its free.

Collective Arts Brewing Party (March 31)
Trying to have a fiscally-responsible weekend but don't feel like sacrificing party-going? Head to the Gladstone Melody Bar on Friday for the Collective Arts Brewing bash. You'll get to see Midday Swim and MUNE perform without dropping a dime. Beers are only $5, but if you've got a tight budget I suggest pre-gaming.

Pillow Fight Toronto 2016 (April 2)
You may want to schedule laundry day before April 2, because the massive annual pillow fight hits Nathan Phillips Square this Saturday. More than 2.4 thousand people have RSVP'd so you can bet on quite the showdown - bring your finest cotton-filled weapon and prepare yourself for a battle royale.

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Photo of last year's Toronto Pillow Fight by Jesse Milns.

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