A Quidditch Tournament and more!
Attention all Muggles! Get your house colours ready -- whether you're a Gryffindor or Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin. It's time for the 2013 Canadian Quidditch Cup Tournament and more this weekend...
2013 Canadian Cup Quidditch Tournament
Cherry Beach Field
The Regionals! Sixteen teams will compete, and four will qualify to compete in the World Cup. In addition to Quidditch, this event will have kidditch (for the little ones to try the sport), a reading tent, some awesome merchandise, and an afterparty!
For more information, check out the Canadian Cup Quidditch Tournament website.
Hotel Tropicoco and the Cuban Revolution
Nov 1 to Nov 30
Northern District Branch (Toronto Public Library)
Photographer Steve Stober shot with a plastic toy camera on film then printed as silver gelatin photographs in his darkroom in Toronto. The result are whimsical photos with an archival quality.
For more information, check out Steve Stober's website.
35 Years of Growing Imagination
Nov 9 (1-4 PM)
Lillian H. Smith Library (Toronto Public Library)
Groundwood Books has been publishing some of the world's best kidlit for 35 years! To celebrate this remarkable feat, they're throwing a party with stories, games, door prizes, and, of course, gorgeous picture books that grow imaginations!
For more information, check out the Small Print Toronto website.
Dark Comedy Festival
Nov 1 to Nov 9
The Iron Sheikh was in town! In a wheelchair! Offering to arm-wrestle Toronto mayor Rob Ford! Turns out he was also in town for a roast at the Dark Comedy Festival.
To check out the acts this concluding weekend, go to the Dark Comedy Festival website.
Pomegranate Film Festival
Nov 7 to Nov 10
Hamzkayin Theatre/Regent Theatre
The festival was started by a group of young Armenian professionals, bound by a passion for film and culture. Now in it's seventh year, it's a unique community event celebrating Armenian inspired film.
For more information, check out the Pomegranate Film Festival website.
West End Food Co-op
It's the time of the year when thoughts turn to canning and preserving. This food co-op in Parkdale has many such workshops. This weekend sample preserves, jams and pickles from Bumpercrop or partake in a zucchini relish workshop.
For more information, check out the West End Food Co-op website.
In Concert: Friday Night Live: Planet Asia
Besides checking out films and a sneak peek of the ROM's upcoming The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China's Emperors exhibit, there will be performances including one by alternative hip-hop duo Plaitwrights.
For more information, check out the ROM website.
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