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6 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today will work your imagination. There's a blanket fort pyjamas party, an art battle, and a Harry Potter trivia night at the Lockhart. It's a day to feel like a kid again!

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    • January 24
      Harry Potter trivia returns to the city's unofficial HP bar. It starts at 7 p.m., but arrive early as there's no cover and it gets busy.
      The Lockhart
    • January 24-29
      This is a six-day interactive installation that empowers participants to create, change, and take ownership of the space around them. Build your own little corner of the fort - hang blankets, rebuild the structure or collaborate with other people to make the fort the best it can be.
    • January 24
      The first art battle of the year is a big one because the winner advances to the city finals in June and has a chance to paint at the Canadian championships this summer.
      The Great Hall Toronto
    • January 24
      Check out this glittery fuzz pop band from LA alongside openers Slow Holllows.
    • January 24
      Learn, laugh, discuss and enjoy a glass of vino with the inimitable Mr. Finaldi. Discuss neo-expressionism, the ground-breaking style of late-modernist/early-postmodern art that emerged in the late 1970s and how has it influenced our culture.
    • January 24 - February 11
      Liv Stein makes its North American premiere at Canadian Stage. This haunting German play blurs the line between truth and fiction.
      Bluma Appel Theatre
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Jesse Milns at the Lockhart

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