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Today in Toronto: Casa Loma Gets Lit, Awkward Family Portraits, Hannah Georgas

Today in Toronto Casa Loma gets lit! Or should we say, transformed into a magical Christmas wonderland with hundreds of lights covering the castle and its grounds. Walk around outside and then head indoors to see the halls decked out with over the top decorations and Christmas trees.

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    • December 7 - January 4
      Casa Loma will be transformed into a magical, twinkling wonderland. Wander through the dazzling light display in the gardens and around the castle. Head inside to warm up and see the 10 stunning trees decorated by celebrity designers. Adult tickets start at $27, kids get in for $17.
      Casa Loma
    • December 7
      This pop-up at Creeds on Dupont carries Wully Outerwear, Jordan De Ruiter and Marka Designs - all nice local stuff to keep you and your loved ones warm this winter.
    • December 7
      What happens when artists take the tradition of the family holiday photo to a whole other level with humour, absurdity and complexity? Just in time for the holiday season, the Gladstone Hotel presents this exhibition that looks at how two artist couples have represented themselves to family and friends over the course of more than a dozen consecutive years of staging and presenting family holid...
    • December 7
      As a twist on your typical holiday show, check out this all-Tchaikovsky concert from Moscow-born pianist Lukas Geniuas, co-winner of the silver medal at the 2015 Tchaikovsky International Competition. Other talented soloists will perform and the TSO Chamber Soloists will give a free pre-concert performance in the auditorium at 6:45 p.m.
      Roy Thomson Hall
    • December 7
      Originally from Newmarket and now based in Vancouver, indie-pop singer-songwriter Hannah Georgas performs songs from her 2016 album For Evelyn. Doors are at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. She's been nominated for a handful of Junos and this record was produced in collaboration with Graham Walsh of Holy Fuck.
      Mod Club Theatre
    • December 7
      Since 1990, Torontonians have come to EcoBunk to poke fun at the most outrageous corporate green advertising of the past year. The 2016 EcoBunk Awards will continue the tradition of awarding excellence in deceptive, confusing and environmentally-compromising advertising. It's $25 for standing room and $50 for seats at this hilarious night evening of satire.
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