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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free things to do in Toronto this week are shining a light through the darkness as the Winter Light Exhibition returns to Ontario Place. Over 70,000 pounds of ice is being shaped into cool 80s sculptures and you can catch all the glitz and glam of the Oscars live.

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    • February 3-9
      You can hitch a ride with the Spectacular VR Car and get a ride around the city while experiencing the sights and sounds of the Northwest Territories.
    • February 8 - March 29
      Works that embody light and discovery shine through the darkness of winter at this festival with bright sculptures stationed around the park.
      Ontario Place
    • February 8
      One of the biggest skate parties of the year is back with Dr. Jay de Soca Prince playing the hottest Caribbean soca sounds for you to skate to.
      Harbourfront Centre
    • February 8-9
      Over 70,000 lbs of ice is getting carved up at this two-day festival with huge ice sculptures carved into 80s-themed shapes and designs.
      Village of Yorkville Park
    • February 9
      All the drama and fun of the Oscars is on at this free viewing party inside the Hot Docs cinema where you can see the winners and losers live on the big screen.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez


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