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The top 5 free events in Toronto: October 10-16 2016

Free events in Toronto this week involve a couple of cool art institutions, skate boards and pizza. Some of these will elevate your mind, some will make you laugh, and others will definitely get you talking.

Here are my picks for no-wallet-needed events in Toronto this week.

Ossington Comedy and free pizza (October 10)
New comedy nights in the city try a lot of tactics to get people out, but the Ossington has the best formula hands down. Not only is its Monday night comedy show free, there's free pizza!

Craft Ontario Opening party (October 13)
Craft Ontario recently moved to West Queen West and to celebrate, it's having a great big party with home dĂŠcor, jewellery, sculpture, prints and one-of-a-kind objects created by over 300 professional, local makers. Enjoy bubbly and snacks from 6 to 10 p.m.

The Conversation Room (October 14-16)
This is an event in association with the Reelworld Film Festival. After every film screening, this room is open to anyone who wants to hang out and have a convo with filmmakers, movie lovers, activists, nonprofits and community leaders.

Power Plant Fall Opening Party (October 14)
The Power Plant is always free to visit, but the season opener introduces the gallery's three new exhibitions by artists Yto Barrada, Maria Loboda and Latifa Echakhch. Be the first in the city to see these three stunning projects and brag to your friends the rest of the weekend.

Bare Decks (October 16)
Free is a creative incubator here in the city that is staying true to its word by throwing art shows for everyone. Bare Decks is a cool one; it features skateboard decks decorated by creatives from all around the world.

Did I miss a free event this week you're totally excited about? Let us know in the comments!

Photo from the Power Plant Facebook page.

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