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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free things to do in Toronto this week mean saving a bit of cash for the important stuff while still having lots a of fun. The ROM and MOCA are both opening their doors for free and Winter Stations is back on the beach. Party it up or pet a pug, it's all happening.

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    • February 17 - March 30
      This year's Winter Stations are going beyond the senses with larger-than-life interactive installations that include a huge mirror and rainbow noodle.
      Woodbine Beach
    • February 18
      Take a tour through the museum free of charge as the ROM opens its doors for a night of fun throughout the space and with extended hours.
      Royal Ontario Museum
    • February 23
      The city's newest contemporary art museum is welcoming in visitors to check out the sale and exhibitions free of charge for a whole day this month.
    • February 23
      If the winter blues has you down, spending the afternoon with a bunch of cute dogs might be the answer as the pug meet up returns.
      Dog Bowl in Trinity Bellwoods Park
    • February 21
      Some of the city's most innovative DJs and artists are dropping by for this PWYC (suggested donation of $12) monthly dance party.
      Workman Arts
    Lead photo by

    Greg David

Lead photo by

Greg David


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