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5 things to do in Toronto today

There's still another day to enjoy the weekend with things to do in Toronto waiting to see who will take home the Oscars this year. You can pick up some sweet treats at a baking pop-up and there's a Valentine's Day market. It's the last day for Icefest and you can catch some music, too.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • 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
    • February 9
      Back again is this special Valentine's Day makers market with a curated selection of vendors selling beautiful, handmade and vintage treasures.
    • February 9
      Live well with London's Palace as the boys play their melodic, bluesy rock tunes that move to a slow tempo that's deceivingly simple.
    • February 9
      Colin Asuncion and Mengling Chen from The Great Canadian Baking Show are coming out for this special pop-up with lots of sweet treats.
      bluboho Jewelry
  • Ongoing events
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 8-9
      It's the last day to check out this big ice sculpture festival with over 70,000 lbs of ice carved into 80s and retro-themed figures.
      Village of Yorkville Park
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@ParasiteMovie


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