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21C MU­SIC FES­TI­VAL Ex­plo­ration of new sounds and ideas. Con­certs by the Gryphon Trio, Ste­wart Copeland, SoundStreams, Kaija Saari­aho, DJ Skratch Bastid, Don By­ron and many oth­ers. $21-$90, fes­ti­val pass $149-$179. Ko­erner Hall, 273 Bloor W. rc­mu­sic.com. May 23 to 27 ARTFEST TORONTO SPRING ART & CRAFT SHOW Paint­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy, sculp­ture, fine craft, live mu­sic and more by Cana­dian artists plus kids’ art work­shops and live mu­sic. 11 am-6 pm daily. Free. The Dis­tillery District, 55 Mill. art­fe­ston­tario.com/toronto. May 19 to 21 BASSWEEK Celebration of bass mu­sic and cul­ture at Bassline and other venues. Wrist­band $60-$70. BassLine Mu­sic Bar, 865 Bloor W. bassweek.ca. May 18 to 27 CZECH THAT FILM FES­TI­VAL Screen­ing Mi­lada, Ice Mother, 8 Heads Of Mad­ness, Bare­foot and The Quar­tette. Films with English sub­ti­tles. $10-$14. Revue Cinema, 400 Ron­ces­valles. eventbrite.ca/o/7903729516. May 18 to 21 rJUNIOR: BIG THOUGHTS FOR GROW­ING MINDS Har­bourfront Cen­tre’s new in­ter­na­tional chil­dren’s fes­ti­val fea­tures the­atre, dance, mu­sic and sto­ry­telling fea­tur­ing the Mon­key Bunch, BoucharDanse, Cas Pub­lic, Fred Penner and oth­ers. Tick­eted shows $20, some events free. Har­bourfront Cen­tre, 235 Queens Quay W. har­bourfront­cen­tre.com/ju­nior. May 19 to 25 SING! THE TORONTO VO­CAL ARTS FES­TI­VAL A cap­pella fes­ti­val, con­certs w/ Rock­apella, Toronto North­ern Lights Cho­rus, Cadence and oth­ers, work­shops, in­ti­mate club and free shows at Dis­tillery District. Var­i­ous venues. singtoronto.com. May 23 to Jun 3 SPRING BEERFEST T.O. Food trucks, brews, camp­fires, out­door games and more. $20- $30. Fort York Gar­ri­son Com­mon, 250 Fort York. spring­beer­festto.com. May 19 to 20 TORONTO KPOP CON Mu­sic con­ven­tion with A.C.E, SAm­ber, Jun Curry Ahn and oth­ers, fan­meets, con­certs, pan­els, work­shops, films and more. Day pass $40, con­certs ex­tra. Metro Toronto Con­ven­tion Cen­tre North Bldg, 255 Front W. toron­tokpop­con. com. May 18 to 20 rURBANI_T Pub­lic play­ground for ur­ban cul­ture & cre­ativ­ity with mu­sic, ur­ban art, fash­ion and de­sign. Free. Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen W. 416-533-6425, ur­bani-t.com. May 17 to 19

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CON­TACT PHO­TOG­RA­PHY FES­TI­VAL The an­nual month-long show­case of photo-based art fea­tures ex­hi­bi­tions, pub­lic installations, work­shops, talks and more. Most events free. Var­i­ous venues. con­tact­photo. com. To May 31 IN­TER­NA­TIONAL FILM FES­TI­VAL OF SOUTH ASIA Fea­ture films, shorts, doc­u­men­taries and mu­sic videos from around the world on themes of South Asian cul­tures and iden­ti­ties. Var­i­ous venues and prices, some events free. iff­satoronto.com. To May 21 PA­PRIKA FES­TI­VAL New plays, dance per­for­mances, work­shop pro­duc­tions, ex­per­i­men­tal art and more by young artists and com­pa­nies. Free/pwyc. Na­tive Earth Per­form­ing Arts, 585 Dun­das E, Aki Stu­dio. pa­prikafes­ti­val.com. To May 20 rWEEFESTIVAL The­atre Di­rect’s bi­en­nial arts, the­atre and cul­ture fes­ti­val geared to chil­dren aged 0-6. Aerial arts, the­atre, pup­petry, mu­sic and post-show fam­ily par­ties. $12-$25. Var­i­ous venues. weefes­ti­val.ca. To May 21 How to find a list­ing Daily events ap­pear by date, then al­pha­bet­i­cally by the name of the event. r in­di­cates kid-friendly events

in­di­cates queer-friendly events How to place a list­ing All list­ings are free. Use the event sub­mis­sion form at nowtoronto.com. In­clude the event name, a brief de­scrip­tion, date & time, venue name & ad­dress, price and con­tact info (phone, e-mail or web­site) for the event. List­ings may be edited for length and style. Dead­line is the Thurs­day be­fore publi­ca­tion at 5 pm. To sub­mit a cor­rec­tion to an ex­ist­ing list­ing, email: fix­events@nowtoronto.com.

Thurs­day, May 17 Events

ARC­TIC WARM­ING AND ITS IM­PACT ON OUR WORLD Talk by Ben­jamin Tris­ter of the Cli­mate Re­al­ity Project Canada. 7 pm. Free. Brent­wood Li­brary, 36 Brent­wood N. tpl.ca. CABBAGETOWN POL­LI­NA­TOR GAR­DENS PLANT­ING Meet the gar­den­ers, get plants and seeds and learn about the seven lay­ers of a For­est Garden. 4-6 pm. Free (pwyc for plants/seeds). 493 Par­lia­ment. fb.com/green­thumb­sto. A COM­MON THREAD: A HIS­TORY OF TORONTO’S GAR­MENT IN­DUS­TRY Lec­ture on the exhibition. 6:30 pm. Free. S. Wal­ter Ste­wart Li­brary, 170 Memo­rial Park. 416-396-3975. DI­AG­O­NAL POCKET FOLD BOOK Work­shop. 2 pm. Free. Pre-reg­is­ter. S. Wal­ter Ste­wart Li­brary, 170 Memo­rial Park. 416-396-3975. DOWNSVIEW PARK: FOOD IN THE PARK Pro­gram to ex­plore con­nec­tions be­tween stew­ard­ship ac­tions & food se­cu­rity. 6-8 pm. Free. RSVP. Downsview Park Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre, 70 Canuck. 416-952-2160, downsview­park.ca. DREAM YOGA Five classes in study­ing dreams and im­prov­ing dream re­call. 6:30 pm. By do­na­tion. The Vil­lage Heal­ing Cen­tre, 240 Ron­ces­valles. awak­en­in­toronto.org. EAST END GAME NIGHT Make friends and learn new games. 6-10 pm. $6. Paint­box Bistro, 555 Dun­das E. con­tact@board­a­gaingames.com. EYEBLINK: SMASH THE PA­TRI­ARCHY Pre­sen­ta­tion in­spired by the un­der­ly­ing feel­ings of rage and em­pa­thy wit­nessed by the au­di­ence in Yoko Ono’s films Free­dom and Fly. 8 pm. $8$10. Gardiner Mu­seum, 111 Queen’s Park. gar­diner­mu­seum.on.ca. 5GAYBOURHOOD WATCH: RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE VIEW­ING PARTY Pearle Har­bour, Bear­doncé & DJ Or­ange Pekoe host. Pre-show 7:30 pm, episode 8 pm. No cover. Pro­ceeds to Rain­bow Rail­road. Apart­ment 200, 1034 Queen W. face­book.com/events/1723724954361513. GREATER HIGH­WAY RE­DEMP­TION MIN­ISTRIES AN­NUAL CON­VEN­TION Cel­e­brat­ing 20 years of ser­vice/min­istry in the Rex­dale com­mu­nity. May 15-20, fundraiser May 18, see web­site for de­tails. Greater High­way Re­demp­tion Min­istries, 306 Rex­dale, unit 12. 647-700-5080, ghrmin­istries.com. GREEN IN­FRA­STRUC­TURE WEEK Out­door walks and tours, work­shops, lec­tures and more. May 13-19, see web­site for de­tails. Var­i­ous venues and prices, some events free. grey­togreen­con­fer­ence.org/giw. LUNCH TIME YOGA Bring a mat & wa­ter. Noon1 pm. Free. Sony Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts, 1 Front E. sony­cen­tre.ca. MIND­FUL­NESS AND ZEN MED­I­TA­TION Gen­tle yoga, re­lax­ation and silent med­i­ta­tion for all lev­els. Tue & Thu 6-7 pm. Free/pwyc. Cen­tre Place, 320 Rich­mond E #101. 647-348-7755, zen.cen­tre­place.ca. 5QUEER SWING DANCE Begin­ner class, no part­ner or ex­pe­ri­ence necessary. 7-7:45 pm. $7/ pwyc. The 519 Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 519 Church. swingi­nout.ca. SHAR­ING DANCE Learn a fun chore­og­ra­phy. No ex­pe­ri­ence needed, all ages/abil­i­ties wel­come. To May 31 Tue & Thu 6:45-8 pm. Free. Pr­ereg­is­ter. Canada’s Na­tional Bal­let School, 400 Jarvis. shar­ing­dance.ca. TBG OR­GANIC FARM­ERS’ MAR­KET Year-round mar­ket of­fer­ing food, flow­ers and VQA wines. 2-7 pm. Free. Toronto Botan­i­cal Garden, 777 Lawrence E. toron­to­b­otan­i­cal­gar­den.ca.

Fri­day, May 18

CAREGIVER SE­RIES LEC­TURE: THE CHANG­ING RE­LA­TION­SHIP Talk on strate­gies to com­mu­ni­cate and con­nect ef­fec­tively with some­one with de­men­tia. 2-3 pm. Free. Pre-reg­is­ter. Don Mills Li­brary, 888 Lawrence E. 416-395-5710. EX­PE­RI­ENCE HU: THE SOUND OF SOUL Group con­tem­pla­tion & con­ver­sa­tion for all to trans­form and up­lift your con­scious­ness. 7-7:30 pm. Free. North­ern District Li­brary, 40 Or­chard View. the­sound­of­soul.org. THE MUNK DE­BATE ON PO­LIT­I­CAL COR­RECT­NESS Michael Eric Dyson, Michelle Gold­berg, Stephen Fry, and Jor­dan B Peter­son de­bate. 6:45 pm. $40-$100. Roy Thom­son Hall, 60 Sim­coe. munkde­bates.com/tick­ets. THE PER­FECT BUB­BLE: HAS CAP­I­TAL­ISM FAILED US? Talk by Ya­nis Varo­ufakis, the for­mer Min­is­ter of Fi­nance for Greece. 7 pm. Free (RSVP re­quired). Toronto Ref­er­ence Li­brary, 789 Yonge. eventbrite.ca/e/43354370088. ROM FRI­DAY NIGHT LIVE Cot­tage Coun­try night with The Prac­ti­cally Hip, DJs D-Smooth & JBAKKUP and the Good Enough Live Karaoke Band. Learn how to camp from ex­perts at Parks Canada. 7 pm. $17. Royal On­tario Mu­seum, 100 Queen’s Park. rom.on.ca.

Satur­day, May 19

BAIN HON­OUR CA­NOE LAUNCH CER­E­MONY Launch of a ca­noe painted by Indige­nous il­lus­tra­tor Les Harper. Launch Cer­e­mony fol­lowed by a Straw­berry Cer­e­mony by Wis­dom Keeper Pauline Shirt. 11 am. Free. Bain Co-op Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 100 Bain. 416-465-5976, face­book.com/bain­honour­ca­noe. BEACH GARDEN SO­CI­ETY PLANT SALE Va­ri­ety of peren­ni­als plus gar­den­ing and mem­ber­ship info. 9-11 am. Free ad­mis­sion. Adam Beck Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 79 Lawlor. 416-461-8714, face­book.com/BeachGar­denSo­ci­ety. THE BIRDS ARE BACK IN TOWN Fam­ily na­ture walk. 1:30 pm. Free, $2-$5 sugg do­na­tion. High Park Na­ture Cen­tre, 375 Col­borne Lodge. 416-392-1748, high­park­na­ture­cen­tre.com.

Chi­nese Cal­lig­ra­phy Asian Her­itage Month work­shop. 2-3 pm. Free. Pre-reg­is­ter. Pleas­ant View Li­brary, 575 Van Horne. 416-395-5940. Dawn Cho­rus Early morn­ing hike to hear the morn­ing cho­rus of bird­song as the sun rises. 5 am. Free. See web­site for event up­date. High Park Na­ture Cen­tre, 375 Col­borne Lodge. high­park­na­ture­cen­tre.com. east enD rain garDen Crawl Tour through Dan­forth East Vil­lage with lo­cal or­ga­ni­za­tions & busi­nesses plus mini-work­shops. 9 am­noon. Free. Michael Gar­ron Hos­pi­tal, 825 Coxwell. eventbrite.ca/e/44817330843. eBw Farm­ers mar­ket Lo­cal farm­ers, chefs & food pro­duc­ers mar­ket, 8:30 am-1 pm. Free ad­mis­sion. Ever­green Brick Works, 550 Bayview. 416-596-1495, ever­green.ca. garDen@kimBourne sea­son opener Party and en­vi­ron­men­tal fair to learn about the per­ma­cul­ture garden plus ex­hibits, rain bar­rel paint­ing and live mu­sic. 10 am-4 pm. Free. Kimbourne Park United Church, 200 Wolver­leigh. face­book.com/Gar­denKim­bourne. mort­gage 101 Learn about the pre-ap­proval process and what the banks don’t tell you. 2-4 pm. Free. Lil­lian H. Smith Li­brary, 239 Col­lege. 416-393-7746. rontario plaCe open­ing week­enD Yoga in the park, DJs and live mu­sic, ed­u­ca­tional walk­ing tours and more. May 19-20, see web­site for de­tails. Free ad­mis­sion. On­tario Place, 955 Lake Shore W. 416-314-9900, on­tar­i­o­place.com/what­son. reColleC­tiv Group for folks with cog­ni­tive im­pair­ments to so­cial­ize & find joy through mu­sic-mak­ing.12:30-2 pm. Free w/ RSVP. Tran­zac, 292 Brunswick. recollec­tiv.ca. rsat­urDay sto­ry­time Sto­ries, songs and rhymes.11 am. Free. No reg­is­tra­tion re­quired. Jones Li­brary, 118 Jones. 416-393-7715. shavuot CoF­Fee house: Cel­e­Brat­ing the mu­siC oF ruth & Fel­low hero­ines Even­ing of har­mo­niz­ing, study­ing and nosh­ing. 7:30 pm. Tem­ple Si­nai Con­gre­ga­tion, 210 Wilson. 416-487-4161. toronto salsa praC­tiCe All lev­els, no for­mal in­struc­tion, no part­ner necessary. 3:30-5:30 pm. $7. Trin­ity-St. Paul’s Cen­tre, 427 Bloor W. 416-536-7663, toron­tos­al­saprac­tice.com. worlD FiD­Dle Day: work­shops anD Jam Work­shops with Shane Cook and El­iz­a­beth Ro­driguez and af­ter­noon jam. 10 am-4 pm. $20, jam free for lis­ten­ers. Hugh’s Room Live, 2261 Dun­das W. hugh­sroom­live.com. yonge street: in the heart oF mu­siC City Walk­ing tour. 10:30 am. $10 sugg do­na­tion. Starts at 25 Carl­ton. her­itage­toronto.org.

Sun­day, May 20 Ben­e­fits

5psyChiC BrunCh Two in­sight­ful 15-minute read­ings plus a $5 meal voucher. 11 am-3 pm. $42 (ben­e­fits Rain­bow As­so­ci­a­tion of Can-

adian Artists). Cran­ber­ries, 601 Par­lia­ment. 416-925-6330, psy­chicbrunch.ca.

Events

an enChanteD even­ing Chant­ing of sa­cred mantras to live mu­sic and a veg­e­tar­ian meal. 6-8 pm. Free, do­na­tion for meal. Trin­ity-St. Paul’s Cen­tre, 427 Bloor W. 416-539-0234, med­i­ta­tion­toronto.com. BaCk­stage tour oF the Four sea­sons Cen­tre Weekly 90-minute tour of the venue. 10:30 am. $20, stu/srs $15. Four Sea­sons Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts, 145 Queen W. 416-363-8231, coc.ca/tours. Be­gin 2 run Run­ning group, runs about 5km. 9 am. Free. In­sid­eOut Stu­dio, 210 Laird. 416849-4765, info@in­sid­e­out­stu­dio.ca. Caring For the planet – Bring­ing BaCk Bees, BirDs & But­ter­Flies Pre­sen­ta­tion by bee ge­nomics re­searcher Dr. Cle­ment Kent. 10:30 am. Free. Don Heights Uni­tar­ian Con­gre­ga­tion, 18 Wyn­ford, suite 102. 416-4448839. rim­paCt skateBoarD CluB: sun­Day night ses­sions Skateboard lessons for kids 6-14 of all lev­els & abil­ity. 5-7 pm. $25. St Al­ban’s Boys and Girls Club, 843 Palmer­ston. 416-617-7454, im­pact­skate­club.com. mar­ket 55 Weekly farm­ers’ mar­ket in the Up­per Beach. 9 am-1 pm. Com­mu­nity Cen­tre 55, 97 Main. face­book.com/Farm­er­sMar­ket55. romwalk: Ci­taDels oF wealth Fi­nan­cial District walk. 2-3:30 pm. Free. Meet in front of the Hockey Hall of Fame, 30 Yonge. rom.on.ca. sun­Day ar­ti­san mar­ket Ro­tat­ing ros­ter of lo­cal mak­ers. 10 am-3 pm, to Nov 4. Free ad­mis­sion. Ever­green Brick Works, 550 Bayview. 416-596-1495, ever­green.ca. viC­to­ria Day tea & tour All-ages tea and tour of the mu­seum. 1-4 pm. $7. Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dun­das W. 416-394-8113.

Mon­day, May 21

rviC­to­ria Day at the Fort Guided tours, sol­diers’ drills, his­toric cook­ing demon­stra­tions and in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits to ex­plore. 10 am-5 pm. $6-$14. Fort York, 250 Fort York Blvd. 416-392-6907.

Tues­day, May 22

Com­pas­sion Cir­Cle Dis­cus­sion, med­i­ta­tion, and non-judge­men­tal sup­port group. 7-9 pm. Free. In­ner Arts Col­lec­tive, 257 Dan­forth. 647863-5963, fb.com/the­com­pas­sion­cir­cle. DoC­tors in De­nial Dr. Joel Lexchin reads from and dis­cusses his book about the re­la­tion­ship be­tween the Cana­dian med­i­cal pro­fes­sion and the phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal in­dus­try. 7 pm. Free. Bee­ton Hall. Toronto Ref­er­ence Li­brary, 789 Yonge. 416-393-7149. hip hop DanCe Classes Drop-in. 5:30-6:30 pm. Free. Sony Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts, 1 Front E. sony­cen­tre.ca. lunCh time yoga Bring a mat & wa­ter. Noon1 pm. Free. Sony Cen­tre for the Per­form­ing Arts, 1 Front E. sony­cen­tre.ca. minD­Ful­ness anD Zen meD­i­ta­tion Gen­tle yoga, re­lax­ation and silent med­i­ta­tion for all lev­els. Tue & Thu 6-7 pm. Free/pwyc. Cen­tre Place, 320 Rich­mond E #101. 647-348-7755, zen.cen­tre­place.ca. shar­ing DanCe Learn a fun chore­og­ra­phy. No ex­pe­ri­ence needed, all ages/abil­i­ties wel­come. To May 31 Tue & Thu 6:45-8 pm. Free. Pr­ereg­is­ter. Canada’s Na­tional Bal­let School, 400 Jarvis. shar­ing­dance.ca. phD De­vel­op­men­tal psy­Chol­ogy – se­rial homi­CiDe Lec­ture by Sasha Reid. 6:30 pm. Free. 6:30 pm. Free. Brent­wood Li­brary, 36 Brent­wood N. tpl.ca.

Wed­nes­day, May 23

BoarDa­gain Drop in game night Learn a new game and make new friends. 6-10 pm. $6. Death in Venice Ge­lato, 536 Queen W. con­tact@board­a­gaingames.com. Cu­ri­ous Con­ver­sa­tions: gallery tour Exhibition cu­ra­tors Sarah Quin­ton and Anna Richard will lead a tour of Jane Kidd: Cu­ri­ous. 6 pm. Pwyc. Tex­tile Mu­seum of Canada, 55 Cen­tre. 416-599-5321, tex­tile­mu­seum.ca. how the prov­inCe’s spe­Cial in­ves­ti­ga­tions unit op­er­ates Pre­sen­ta­tion by a mem­ber of the SIU. 6:30-7:30 pm. Free. Deer Park Li­brary, 40 St. Clair E. 416-393-7657. imag­ine­peaCe Fo­rum Con­ver­sa­tion se­ries that pairs artists with aca­demics to dis­cuss how gov­ern­ments & cit­i­zens are shap­ing the future in the dig­i­tal space, part of the Yoko Ono ex­hibit. 6:30 pm. $18. Gardiner Mu­seum, 111 Queen’s Park. gar­diner­mu­seum.on.ca. re­Cent sig­niF­i­Cant pri­vaCy in­ves­ti­ga­tions anD Con­sul­ta­tions By the ipC Top­ics in­clude Bill 160, ten­ant pri­vacy rights, dis­clo­sures to the Chil­dren’s Aid So­ci­ety, pa­tient leg­is­la­tion and more. 7 pm. Free. Toronto Ref­er­ence Li­brary, 789 Yonge. tpl.ca. re-vi­sion as­sis­tive De­viCes pro­gram Cam­paign launCh Lo­cal MPP can­di­dates an­swer ques­tions about ac­ces­si­bil­ity, in­clud­ing the Ac­ces­si­bil­ity for On­tar­i­ans with Dis­abil­i­ties Act. 6-7:30 pm. Free. CNIB Com­mu­nity Hub, 1525 Yonge. 437-922-7353. the sex­ual revo­lu­tion in the soviet union Pre­sen­ta­tion by ed­i­tor Fred We­ston on the 1917 Revo­lu­tion, le­gal­ized ho­mo­sex­u­al­ity and how it was re­versed by the Stal­in­ist coun­ter­rev­o­lu­tion. 7 pm. Free. Ry­er­son Oakham House, 63 Gould. 416-821-7421, marx­ist.ca. take Charge oF your health Info ses­sion on home­o­pathic medicine and how it can pos­i­tively im­pact your life. 6-7 pm. Free. RSVP. On­tario Col­lege of Home­o­pathic Medicine, 344 Dupont. 416-535-5995, info@ochm.ca. tapestry teaCh-in Open to fam­i­lies, begin­ners and ex­pe­ri­enced weavers. 5:30-7:30 pm. In­cluded w/ ad­mis­sion. Tex­tile Mu­seum of Canada, 55 Cen­tre. 416-599-5321. toronto mu­siC trivia All gen­res/eras, prizes to win. 7:30 pm. Free. Rorschach Brew­ing Com­pany, 1001 East­ern. 647-924-2711.

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Thurs­day, May 24 Ben­e­fits

Dx De­sign auC­tion Fundraiser in sup­port of de­sign ed­u­ca­tion with a live & silent auc­tion of fur­nish­ings, dec­o­ra­tive ob­jects and de­sign ad­ven­tures. 7 pm. $169.50. De­sign Ex­change, 234 Bay. dxda.squares­pace.com. ywCa toronto women oF Dis­tinC­tion awarDs Fundraiser and awards pre­sen­ta­tion to cel­e­brate the city’s inspiring women. 6-10 pm. $250. Pre-reg­is­ter. Fair­mont Royal York Ho­tel, 100 Front W. womenofdis­tinc­tion.ca.

Events

Fix­ing news­room Cul­ture: in Con­ver­sa­tion with lara se­trakian Farah Nasser talks with the co-founder of Press For­ward about me­di­ain­dus­try sex­ual ha­rass­ment and more. 6:30 pm. $25. Pre-reg­is­ter. Corus Quay, 25 Dock­side. cjf-fjc.ca/j-talks. the legaCy oF hon­est eD mirvish Bill Gladstone talks about Toronto’s fa­mous entrepreneur, the­atre pa­tron and neigh­bour­hood hero. 6:30 pm. Free. S. Wal­ter Ste­wart Li­brary, 170 Memo­rial Park. 416-396-3975. liB­erty re­ClaimeD: his­tory oF the vil­lage Her­itage Toronto walk­ing tour. 6:30 pm. $10 sugg do­na­tion. Massey Har­ris Park, 945 King W. her­itage­toronto.org. multi-Faith Can­Di­Dates meet­ing – BeaChes east york Pro­vin­cial elec­tion can­di­dates will be asked about ad­e­quate in­come, af­ford­able hous­ing, ed­u­ca­tion, the en­vi­ron­ment and more. 7-9 pm. Free. Beach United Church, 140 Wineva. 416-423-5406. osap inFo ses­sion Info on the On­tario Stu­dent As­sis­tance Pro­gram. 4 pm. Free. Lil­lian H. Smith Li­brary, 239 Col­lege. 416-393-7746. raise your voiCe! eleC­tion vot­ing & CiviC en­gage­ment For youth Learn who’s who in the elec­tion, how to vote and why vot­ing is im­por­tant. 4-5 pm. Free. Par­lia­ment Street Li­brary, 269 Ger­rard E. 416-393-7663.

Toronto Kpop Con takes over the Con­ven­tion Cen­tre May 18-20.

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