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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free things to do this week in Toronto are all about getting out there and having fun during winter. The Toronto Light Festival is back and a new retro-futuristic playground is popping up downtown. There's free pizza to be had, plus film and an ice skating party.

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    • January 14
      Pick yourself up a free pie this week in Toronto as Pi Co. opens up a new location on Bloor Street East with a pizza party from noon until 3:14 p.m.
      Pi Co.
    • January 15
      The first of three films honouring the #BellLetsTalk campaign, this film looks at renowned artist Yayoi Kusama's experiences with mental health.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • January 15 - February 9
      Brighten up the winter gloom at this retro-futuristic playground with machine that light up and make music when you work a hand lever.
      York Street Park
    • January 17 - March 1
      The winter nights need not be dark with the return of this big festival that will see bright art and design installations spread throughout the Distillery.
      Distillery District
    • January 18
      Shake your booty on the ice with DJ Fawn Big Canoe spinning the hottest house of all forms, disco, funk and everything in between.
      Harbourfront Centre
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