Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival: The first and largest mental health film festival in the world returns to Toronto for its 25th Anniversary edition from November 3 – 11, 2017. The nine-day festival showcases 16 features and 34 short films from across the globe, including a series of curated short film programs, vital discussions, and enlightening exhibitions.
Toronto Chocolate Festival: Indulge your sweet tooth like a kid in a candy factory at the Toronto Chocolate Festival. Featuring chocolate in all its delicious forms, this festival highlights chocolate tastings, chocolate making exhibitions, and chocolate eating contests.
Toronto Whole Life Festival: Canada’s largest showcase of natural health and green living returns for its 31st year to Toronto, the weekend of November 3-5 for 3 days of food, fun, and healthy discoveries.
Yorkville Village Arts Festival: Yorkville Village and OCAD University host the fourth annual Yorkville Village Arts Festival at Toronto’s Yorkville Village from November 3rd to 8th, 2017. The festival, open to the public, will showcase over 50 original contemporary art pieces created by 28 OCAD University students and recent graduates.
UP The CN Tower Climb: Conquer all conquer all 1,776 steps of our region’s most legendary landmark and help to conquer poverty at the CN Tower Climb for United Way, UP.
Festival of Arabic Music & Arts: The Canadian Arabic Orchestra hosts the first annual Festival of Arabic Music & Arts (FAMA). The festival presents a series of concerts and live performances across the GTA with almost 100 artists, both local and from around the world. The festival aims to promote intercultural dialogue among the tapestry of Canadian society through music and art, and seek to connect expatriate Arabs, and non-Arab communities, and to build bridges through the musical heritage of Arab culture.
Evergreen’s Annual Day of the Dead Celebration: Head to Evergreen Brick Works for a special celebration of Latin American culture, with fun activities for the whole family. Festivities include live music, traditional dance, traditional “ofrendas” (offerings) and storytelling, an essential part of the Day of the Dead celebrations. Shop at the Latin Mercado (market) and watch cooking demos on pan de muertos, mole and mezcal.
Canada vs. The Maori All Blacks Rugby: Don’t miss this international rugby match as thousands of fans from across the country and around the world will gather to watch Canada take on one of the most beloved and feared teams in the sport today. Witness the Maori All Blacks perform their world famous “Haka”, a traditional war cry and challenge from the Maori people of New Zealand that has become iconic at New Zealand’s international rugby matches.
Vancouver Asian Film Festival: The VAFF program continues to showcase the breadth and depth of Asian diaspora filmmaking beyond mainstream film festival offerings, with programming that reflects the increasingly borderless creative and industry sensibility of Canada’s west coast.
Revolutionary Rising: The Soviet Film Vanguard: November marks the 100th anniversary of Russia’s October Revolution, an event that revolutionized the world of cinema. This creative explosion was both state sponsored and avant-garde. While it was undeniably intended to extol the virtues of the Revolution and advance the Soviet project, it was also, if not immune from official criticism or censorship, still relatively free of the creative shackles that would hamper (and imperil) artists after the early 1930s, when, under Stalin’s tightening grip, there was stricter enforcement of Socialist Realism, with its disdain for “formalism,” as the approved Soviet aesthetic.
Umbrella Party: The rainiest, outdoor urban dance party in history (if the weather cooperates) with happy beats powered by SOUNDBOKS and an army of umbrellas.
Vancouver Tea Festival: Explore the world of tea, interact with like-minded tea lovers, and taste extraordinary examples of one of the world’s most beloved beverages.
Guided Mushroom Walk: Do you know where to look to find the dozens of mushrooms species that call our campus home? Beaty Museum Members are invited to join our Fungi Curator Mary Berbee to learn more about how to identify different mushroom types and where to look for them.
- Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival is Back with 100+ Flavours
- Toronto Light Fest at The Distillery District
- What’s open and closed in Toronto on Christmas and Boxing Day
- Enjoy a picture-perfect gourmet picnic in a weatherproof globe on a beach in Vancouver!
- Vancouver’s Arabic Language Festival this December
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