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What's On! - Weekend of July 13-14

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StoryMobs Jul 13 Various (secret) locations Let the wild rumpus start! Join in this mashup of a flash mob and awesome storytelling. The first stop, Maurice Sendak's beloved Where the Wild Things Are. For more information, check out the Story Mobs website.
Mad Pride Toronto 2013 Jul 8 to Jul 14 This celebration of madness takes all shapes and forms. From discussion and book readings to open mic performances and the mad (bizarre) bazaar! For more information, check out the Mad Pride Toronto website.
In Conversation: Johnnie To Jul 13 TIFF Bell Lightbox Listen to celebrated Hong Kong filmmaker Johnnie To as he speaks about his epic crime films, as part of the Swordsmen, Gangsters and Ghosts: The Evolution of Chinese Genre Cinema series presented by TIFF. The conversation will be followed by To's two-part epic Election and Election 2. For more information, check out the TIFF Bell Lightbox website.
Use Your Words Jul 13 Toronto Reference Library (FREE) Hiphop expert and author Dalton Higgins leads a summer workshop for youth between the ages of 16 and 30. For more information, check out the Toronto Public Library website.
Night It Up! Jul 12 to Jul 14 Markham Civic Centre Stinky tofu anyone? It's just one of the many offerings of this Asian style night market, including outdoor movie screening, basketball and volleyball tournaments and performances. For more information, check out the Night It Up! website.
Pop Up Event Jul 12 (5 to 9 PM) Market 707 (Dundas and Bathurst Sts.) Ice-cream sandwiches made from scratch?! That would be enough to drag anyone out to this charming neighbourhood. Other attractions include a pop-up market, live performance and a dance zone. For more information, check out the Market 707 website.
In Concert: Bunji Garlin Jul 14 Celebration Square (Mississauga) Dance to the 2013 Trinidad and Tobago carnival anthem, among other songs as Bunji Garlin performs his latest hits as part of the Irie Music Festival. For more information, check out the Irie Music Festival website.

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