The top 5 free events in Toronto: April 11-17 2016
Free events in Toronto this week will save you from breaking into your beloved childhood piggy bank. If your funds are being reserved for necessities (groceries, rent, vodka) take advantage of these cost-free events to stay social. There's everything from art exhibits to colouring parties.
Here's a roundup of free events in Toronto this week.
Grindhouse NIghts: Texas Terror Two-Fer (April 14)
On Thursday head to Sneaky Dee's to catch two flicks for the price of none. This week, the bar is screening Race with the Devil and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. If you've got a couple bucks to spare, the bar will serving their regular roster of cheap beverages, so feel free to DIY your own drinking game.
Images Festival (April 14-23)
Toronto's annual experimental film and media event the Images Festival returns to Toronto on April 14. As per usual, the fest will boast a ton of short screenings, installations, performances, art exhibits and more at local galleries - some of which don't cost a dime. such as free artist talks, exhibitions, master classes and more.
TGIF Adult Colouring (April 15)
Instead of spending Friday getting turnt, hit up the Gladstone Melody Bar for a colouring party. If you've got a few bucks to spare, grab a drink at the bar - colouring inside the lines is overrated anyway.
Bellwoods Flea (April 16)
This Saturday, the Bellwoods Flea celebrates spring with a host of art, fashion, food and more from its vendors. If you don't have the cash to support a full-blown shopping spree, you can still spend the day watching classic flicks and dancing. Entry is free and you can bring your dog.
Spring Fling Toronto 2016 (April 16)
The snow might be done for good (fingers crossed), so now's the time to start embracing the outdoors. Trek to High Park to join the Ontario Cosplay Community at its Spring Fling. The event already has over 1k RSVPS (and 4K interested) so expect a big turn out.
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Photo via Images Festival on Facebook.
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