free events toronto

The top 5 free events in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week welcome the holiday season with the return of the Santa Claus Parade along Bloor. The Regent Park Film Festival kicks off with a week of free programming and all things cute is on at Kawaii Land.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • November 14-17
      Local and international, independent filmmakers come out for this free festival with screenings, panels, events, directors spotlights and more.
      Daniels Spectrum
    • November 16
      Toronto-based artist Tim Whiten is on hand to talk about his fascinating glass work and how we develop narratives and myths that surround objects.
    • November 17
      A festival dedicates to all things cute arrives with a gathering of the kawaii community for exhibitions, art, fashion and programming.
      Design Exchange
    • November 18
      Part of a series on the queerness of cult films, Gregg Araki's work about two gay men with HIV is followed by a discussion on its place in queer cinema.
      156 Studio Projects
    • November 18
      Grab a hot chocolate and catch this annual parade with floats, music and folks in festive costumes marching through downtown.
      Bloor Street
    Lead photo by

    A Great Capture

Lead photo by

A Great Capture


Join the conversation Load comments

Have an event you’d like to plug? Submit it for free and we’ll add it to the calendar.

Submit Your Event

Check out our Events section for more upcoming events in Toronto .

You might also like...

Toronto is getting a huge block party next month

Massive outdoor lights show Terra Lumina is opening at the Toronto Zoo

Massive candy theme park Sugar Rush made famous in LA is coming to Mississauga

The CF Snowbirds are coming back to Toronto this summer for the air show

Casa Loma is transforming its gardens into a magical lights forest this summer

10 things to do on Canada Day 2021 in Toronto

Canada's Wonderland is finally reopening and it's earlier than you might think

15 virtual events in Toronto this spring