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The top 6 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week include a banquet taking place in Kensington Market, a look into the future of VR with complimentary booze, and a special DJ Skate night at Harbourfront. 

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • January 30
      Big Rock Brewery is hosting a free, hands-on presentation of new innovations in augmented reality and holographic computing. All the while they'll be sampling craft beers and providing complimentary eats.
    • January 31
      Dip your toe into the world of Argentine Tango at this totally free workshop led by world class teachers. No partner is required and the course is tailor made for beginners.
      Argentine Tango Toronto by Bulent & Lina
    • January 31
      Celebrated athletes, including Olympian Clara Hughes and World Series winner Darryl Strawberry open up about their personal battles with depression in this documentary being screened in association with Bell Let's Talk.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • February 1
      Here's a type of party you probably didn't think existed. It's a raucous, anti Valentine's protest party with free chocolate, hilarious dating anecdotes, raffles, and, hence the name, opera singers.
      54 The Esplanade
    • February 2
      Handlebar's free music and food party returns to Kensington Market. DJ Oreku spins international grooves all night while Chef Jonas Linturn prepares meals inspired by cultures around the globe.
    • February 3
      The Harbourfront Centre is calling all lovers of soca and Caribbean music to attend this special edition of DJ Skate Nights. Dr. Jay de Soca Prince's beats will make this the hottest winter party on ice.
      Harbourfront Centre
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Harbourfront Centre


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