Free

Dec 19 2017 (Tuesday), 12:00 PM
The illustrious 20-voice Elmer Iseler Singers, founded in 1979 by the late Dr. Elmer Iseler and led by conductor-artistic director Lydia Adams since 1998, have built an international reputation through concerts, broadcasts, recordings and touring. In addition to their annual Toronto series, the Singers are frequent guests with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and other major arts organizations.
Feb 02 2018 (Friday), 12:00 PM
Celebrating its 50th season, the Canadian Children’s Opera Company is the only permanent children’s opera company in Canada that regularly commissions and produces opera for children. Based in Toronto, the members frequently perform with the Canadian Opera Company and other arts groups as well as tour nationally and internationally. This concert features the 80 choristers of the company’s Principal and Youth choruses.
Apr 13 2018 (Friday), 12:00 PM
Founded in 2002, the Ottawa Bach Choir has already achieved international acclaim through appearances at many of the world’s major capitals and choral festivals including Venice, Vienna, Salzburg, Leipzig and Beijing. The choir performs music from all periods past and present while keeping Bach’s choral music as the focus of its repertoire.
Jun 04 2018 (Monday), 12:00 PM
This concert features choristers from two of Canada’s leading children’s choirs. The Hamilton Children’s Choir, formed over 40 years ago, has participated in countless festivals and competitions across Canada, Europe and in China, winning an abundance of top awards and many prestigious prizes over the years. The Toronto Children’s Chorus, celebrating its 40th season, has represented Toronto on 30 international tours and four national tours, and its latest CD was named Outstanding Choral Recording by Choral Canada. This concert features the choristers of the TCC Chamber Choir.
Jul 13 - Dec 21 2017, 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Relax and meet new friends while you improve your sewing skills. We invite members of all ages from North York's diverse communities to join us for informal evenings of learning and sharing. You'll explore both historic and contemporary quilting techniques in a comfortable, social setting. Work on a group project or pay a small fee for materials and make your own piece. Even if you have never picked up a needle and thread before you are welcome to join in.
Dec 01-23 2017
Back for its 2nd amazing year, Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square celebrates the season with an enchanting artisan market, delicious food, festive drinks at the Jackson Triggs Polar Point Bar, live entertainment, and a winter midway, bringing excitement and charm to the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto, all in support of Epilepsy Toronto.
Oct 30 - Dec 24 2017
If the distance between China and Canada is 7723 km, then what’s the distance between the previous me and the current me? If there are 12 hours between home and here, what time is it for me now? When a new life meets an old one, that moment draws me close. Tasting newness and oldness at the same time, I can experience the distance and difference between there and here, then and now. The Deer of Nine Colours is based on the Buddhist Jataka tale of the same name, which were discovered as cave paintings from the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang, China.
Dec 02-31 2017
Experience the magic of winter at Evergreen’s Winter Village. Celebrate the holidays with friends and family as you enjoy fun wintry activities, shop for unique local gifts and sample tasty eats in Toronto’s winter playground. Entry is free! Try your hand at street curling or ski biking, take a walk through the nature trails, join a fat bike ride or get your hands dirty in the Children’s Garden. Enjoy your holiday shopping experience as you browse unique crafts at the Holiday Etsy Market on Sundays. Plus, don’t forget to pick up your Christmas tree from Evergreen Garden Market!
Jan 01 - Dec 31 2017
For all of 2017 this pass gives you unlimited opportunities to enjoy National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and c across the country!
Nov 02 - Dec 31 2017
The nature of language, semiotic systems, metaphor, and the shaping of thought through communication has been an ongoing thread in Amalia Pica’s work. Antiquated and analog systems of technology are of interest to Pica due to their “physicality”—an ontological proximity to the user or the recorded object. Her work has previously addressed both verbal and nonverbal modes of communication and the translation that takes place between ideas and objects, artist and audience. She has also explored the role of communication in the public sphere, engaging with the material mechanisms and relations of power that allow one to speak.
Nov 02 - Dec 31 2017
This exhibition offers an exploration of different urban sites in Congo through photography and video.
from Dec 31 2017 to Jan 01 2018
Celebrate New Year's Eve on Dec 31, 2017 in Niagara Falls, Canada's largest FREE New Year Eve Extravaganza, is indeed a great event to ring in. The New Year's Party on December 31, 2017 begins at 8:00pm at Queen Victoria Park featuring exciting musical entertainment by renowned bands and artists. Highlights include two spectacular fireworks displays, food and beverage vendors and a licensed area. Each year as many as 40,000 people pack the park just steps from the mighty Falls to celebrate New Years Eve with a huge outdoor concert. Past performers have included Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Jan 26 2018 (Friday), 08:00 PM
Join us for a party to kick off the new year and celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Winter 2018 Exhibition Season! Be amongst the first to experience exhibitions by Kader Attia and Emeka Ogboh, and view the progression of Michael Landy's continually evolving Fleck Clerestory Commission Project.
from Dec 08 2017 to Mar 18 2018
The West Island of Ontario Place is Toronto’s new destination for all your favourite winter activities. Take a stroll through the West Island to experience our beautiful winter setting and enjoy activities and attractions along the way. Admission is free!
Jan 27 - May 13 2018
The Power Plant presents Kader Attia's first solo exhibition in Canada. CURATOR: CAROLIN KÖCHLING ASSISTANT CURATOR: NABILA ABDEL NABI “Our contemporary world is haunted by the wounds of the past” (Kader Attia)
from Nov 02 2017 to May 13 2018
Landy invites the public to collaborate in building a ‘wall of protest’ by submitting images, words, texts and slogans that represent their thoughts and feelings—of hope or of despair, on matters small or large, from high to low and across the cultural spectrum—to be transformed by the artist into drawings.
Jan 27 - May 13 2018
Through his audio installations Emeka Ogboh explores how private, public, and collective memories and histories are translated, transformed and encoded into sound and sonority. These works contemplate how sound captures existential relationships, frames our understanding of the world, and provides a context in which to ask critical questions around immigration, globalization and post colonialism.