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The top 5 free events in Toronto: November 7-13 2016

The top free events in Toronto this week will do nothing but improve your life and expand your mind. Each one will force you to get out of that fall bubble and try something new without spending a penny. There are loads of things to try throughout the entire month, but these events really take the cake.

Here's what to get up to this week if you're saving all your money for holiday shopping.

Bilingual Job Fair (Nov. 8, One King West)
If you're lucky/diligent enough to be bilingual, you've already got the one up on your competitors in Toronto. This massive, free fair is unique because it features jobs with companies and organizations you might never even have thought of. It's open from 1 to 4 p.m.

Free Comedy Class (Nov. 8-29, Sony Centre)
Every Tuesday evening in November, experts from Second City run comedy classes of all types to help you work up the nerve to perform at an open mike, or just tell a joke in public. Classes like punching up the punchline, comedy writing and improv are all on offer at no cost at all and begin at 5:30 p.m.

European Union Film Festival (Nov. 10-24, Royal Cinema)
The Royal Cinema hosts this great big film festival that highlights movies from the EU. The variety is astounding, and the quality is typically very high. Check out the official site to see the full schedule and get ready to line up as all films are free on a first come, first served basis.

Knife Throwing (Nov. 10, TKO)
Toronto Knife Throwing (TKO) offers free 90 minute intro classes. Each participant will receive one-on-one coaching to improve their skills and accuracy. Hurry up and register, there are only two sessions available on this evening.

Reykjavik Calling (Nov. 12, The Horseshoe)
The Taste of Iceland Festival is always a fun time, and the music portion of this fest is free! The show starts at 9:30 p.m. with performances from Axel Fl贸vent and Ceasetone, as well as Toronto-based collective Lal. It's first come, first served at this event as well, so don't wait too late to arrive.

Did I miss a free thing you're super excited about? Let us know in the comments and let's be broke and have fun together.

Photo from TKO.


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