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Lenses of Freedom

Beit Zatoun, 612 Markham Street, until Sunday December 16

Join the Syrian Expatriates Organization for this photographic exhibition featuring the work of Syrian photographers who have been on the ground in Syria during the conflict. It's an unflinching look at the situation through the lense of everyday Syrians External Site.

Bollyday, Holiday: 10th Anniversary Party

Saturday December 15, City Dance Corps External Site, 489 Queen Street west

This is not only a dance party, it's also an opportunity to learn some moves that you can throw down over the holiday season. A DJ will supply the tunes for this fundraiser for the Corps scholarship fund. Come early for beginner Bollywood dance and salsa lessons.

Judy and David's Chanukah Time Machine

Sunday at 1pm, Al Green Theatre External Site at the Toronto JCC,

The Juno award winning entertainers will be joined by The Toronto Jewish Chorus and CharActor's Travelling Troupe to tell the story of Chanukah, the Festival of Light.

TIFF Lightbox - Apocalyptic Film festival

If the Mayan hieroglyphs are correct, Friday is the end of it all, the end of days. The calendar comes to an abrupt stop at Friday, December 21st, so to get ready for the end, best to check out some classic end of days films; Dr. Strangelove, Armageddon, Children of Men, Don McKellars wonderful Last Night which depicts a very strange post-apocalyptic Toronto External Site.


Toronto's number one ska band is at Daddy's Lounge External Site tonight!