What to do in February in Toronto?

February 1st: iToronto at TIFF: an exhibition that shares a Toronto seen through films, through films filmed here but whose story takes place elsewhere – free – More dates – More info.

Until March 21: Lorenza Böttner: Requiem for the Norm at University of Toronto – I had the opportunity to see the exhibition during the Night of Ideas at the end of January. I didn’t know the artist, I discovered a moving universe, the art of living a life in a different body. I was touched – More info.

Until March 1st: Toronto Light Fest à Distillery District More info.

Until February 13: Winterlicious 2020 – As I mentioned in the recent article on good deals in Toronto, this City of Toronto-initiated event offers fixed-price menus at more than 200 restaurants in the city. More info.

February 3 – Fringinto Workshop, topic: “grow your network to reach your professional goals”, 6:30-8:30pm – Tickets available here.

February 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 – French theatre: L’exercice de l’oubli – The story of a couple whose man loses his memory. A past that exists only for her. How do you live when your life partner can’t remember what binds you together? French Theatre – several schedules available – More info.

February 6 – Movie: Pupille – The journey of a child that the birth mother can’t keep. The path of adoption in France, from these stages, from different points of view and over the years. Alliance Française Spadina, French with English subtitles – 7:30pm Trailer –  Plus d’infos.

February 7 – Sketching Friday – An opportunity to draw from the museum’s collections. Bata Shoes Museum – $5 per person More info.

Starting February 8 – Ontario Place Winter Light Exhibition – For the third year Ontario Place hosts its Festival of Lights – free of charge – More info

February 8-9 – Bloor-Yorkville Icefest – A nice little walk in Yorkville to admire the ice sculptures – free of charge – More info.

February 9: watch The Oscars live and free at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema – More info.

Starting February 13: Facing the Camera, 50 years of Italian portraits – Istituto Italiano di Cultura – free – More info.

February 14: Post Malone show – Scotiabank Arena – More info

February 16: Murder at the ROM, a murder mystery Scavenger Hunt – in teams of 2 to 6 players explore the museum to find clues that will uncover the murderer. – ROM – More info

February 20: Franc’Open Mic – Franc’Open Mic is Toronto’s first francophone open stage, open to all disciplines: singing, comedy, poetry, improvisation, storytelling and slam – free – More info.

From February 22 to May 18, 2020: Diane Arbus: Photographs, 1956-1971 – A selection of black and white photographs by Diane Arbus is on display for the first time in Canada in over 30 years.. AGO  – More info

February 23: The Trinity Bellwoods Flea marketMore info.

February 26: Apérochic event: OH LA LA!! – I’m there every month, monthly events with a French touch and this month it’s the perfect night if you’re single 😉 More info.


Enjoy,

 

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