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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week offer the chance to snag nearly a week's worth of bagels for free as What A Bagel hosts its annual giveaway at its many stores. Slow Art Day returns to galleries around the city and there's a new festival all about ideas.

  • Free events you don't want to miss
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    • April 2
      Back again is this Toronto-themed bagel giveaway at stores all over the city where you can drop by and grab six bagels free of charge.
      Multiple Venues
    • April 4-6
      The fashions stars of tomorrow are showing their design creations at this annual showcase that plots trends and innovations in the industry.
      Daniels Spectrum
    • April 5
      New this year is this ideas-based festival taking place at campuses all over, with talks and events that highlight cutting-edge thinking.
      Multiple Venues
    • April 5-7
      Local music, art, fashion and food are the focus of this pop-up that looks to bring forth revolutionary thoughts and creations over three days.
      227 Sterling Rd
    • April 6
      Taking place at galleries all over the world at the same time, Slow Art Day encourages patrons to view art slowly and talk about their experiences.
      Multiple Venues
    Lead photo by

    What A Bagel

Lead photo by

What A Bagel


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