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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week offer the chance to get your museum fill, as the ROM launches a new extended hours series that's totally free to check out. The city's biggest pot party is back in a new location and there's storytelling, free pizza and film on as well.

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    • April 15
      The ROM is launching a new evening series that will see it open later on Monday and offer free admission to almost the entire space.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • April 15
      Chinkyu Film series continues with a free screening to Final Straw, a documentary that looks at the One Straw Revolution and the natural farming movement.
    • April 16
      Fireside Tales returns to the great outdoors with a bring-your-own-blanket storytelling session around the fire, complete with hot cocoa.
      Dufferin Grove Park
    • April 17
      Pi Co. Pizza is celebrating the opening of its 10th store with a pizza party that features free pizza to anyone who drops by between noon and 3:14 p.m.
      Pi Co. Pizza
    • April 20
      It's never been a better time to celebrate 420 in Toronto, and this year is celebrating legalization with a big gathering in Woodbine Park.
      Woodbine Park
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