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10 things to do in Toronto today

A few festivals wrap up today as part of events in Toronto, with a new soup and anime festival drawing to a close. Cask Days finishes up and it's also the last day to check out the ways that artists transformed a storage facility into an exhibition.

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    • October 11-21
      The last day to check out this storage facility-turned-art exhibition is here with local artists filling each locker with a different installation.
      Planet Storage
    • October 17-21
      There's still time to catch a bunch of films and media by Indigenous artists during this festival dedicated to showcasing Indigenous culture.
      Multiple Venues
    • October 19-21
      The city's newest anime, comic and cosplay festival wraps up today with meet and greets an artist alley and lots more.
      Encare Centre
    • October 19-21
      It's the final day to drink fresh brews straight from the cask as this big beer festival wraps up another year of unpasteurized, unfiltered goodness.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • October 20-21
      If you're looking for a way to warm up, the last day for this new festival dedicated to all things soup is on with baked goodies, music and more.
      Garrison Common
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