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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week are set to get you out and about for some springtime activities on the cheap. Earth Day is upon us and there's a big festival at Downsview Park to celebrate. The MOCA is once again opening its doors for free and a new zine is launching that's dedicated to travel.

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    About the Event
    • April 23
      Catch screening of a newly discovered film by Neorealistic director Fernando Birri that's a psychedelic trip for the senses.
      TIFF Bell Lightbox
    • April 25
      A new zine is launching that includes art, photography, stories, journals, poetry and essays from Canadian artists exploring themes of travel.
    • April 28
      The pugs are coming out in full force for this spring meet up with smoothy-faced dogs gathering for a day of snorting, rolling and grumbling.
      Dog Bowl in Trinity Bellwoods Park
    • April 28
      Art in all shapes and sizes is waiting to be explored at the MOCA as the museum opens its doors for free, including all of its exhibitions.
    • April 28
      Earth Day is here and a whole day of family-friendly activities are on with an outdoor vendors market, workshops, scavenger hunt and crafting.
      Downsview Park
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    MOCA Toronto

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MOCA Toronto

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