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NOW edi­tors pick a trio of can’t-miss events

NOW Magazine - - DAILY EVENTS -

1 GET­TING OUT THE YOUTH VOTE

The Par­lia­ment Street Li­brary hosts a Raise Your Voice! Elec­tion Vot­ing & Civic En­gage­ment for Youth fo­rum next Thurs­day, May 24. Learn who’s who in the up­com­ing elec­tion and why vot­ing is im­por­tant. Fol­low along at #OnCivilSo­ci­ety #OnDemoc­racy). Open to youth aged 18-24. 4-5 pm. Free. 269 Ger­rard East. RSVP at 416-393-7663.

2 DOWNSVIEW FOOD IN THE PARK

Learn about food se­cu­rity through Downsview Park’s Food In The

Park stew­ard­ship pro­gram this spring. The pro­gram goes ev­ery first and third Thurs­day and sec­ond and fourth Sun­day of the month un­til the end of Septem­ber. On Thurs­day (May 17), plant in the ed­u­ca­tion garden and for­age for gar­lic mus­tard in the for­est. (Wear clothes that can get dirty and bring a bag or con­tainer to take food home. 6-8 pm. Free. 70 Canuck Ave. RSVP at downsview­park.ca.

3 IMAG­INE PEACE FO­RUM LOOKS AHEAD

The Gardiner Mu­seum hosts a talk be­tween artists and aca­demics about how gov­ern­ments and peo­ple are shap­ing the future in dig­i­tal space. It’s part of the mu­seum’s cur­rent Yoko

Ono ex­hibit, The Riverbed. Wed­nes­day (May 23), 6:30 pm. $18. 111 Queen’s Park. gar­diner­mu­seum.on.ca.

Par­lia­ment Street Li­brary event May 24 in­vites youth to get in­volved in On­tario elec­tion.

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