Friday Jul. 28, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

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Toronto - Mushroom Studio is a 20-foot high model of an Amanita Pantherina mushroom that houses artist Katie Bethune-Leamen’s studio in its stem.  Mushroom Studio opens May 28 at 4:30 p.m. and continues through April 15, 2009.
Toronto - For one night only, acclaimed author and TV personality Ellie Rubin discusses the key issues concerning contemporary women during her Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) appearance. Ellie speaks at the ROM on Wednesday, May 28th at 6:00 pm as part of the Museum’s wide-ranging, popular ROMLife series of events.
Toronto - Multicultural places of worship and Toronto’s National Historic Sites will be in the spotlight during the 2008 installment of Doors Open Toronto, a free annual event that gives visitors an opportunity to explore more than 140 buildings of architectural, historic, cultural and social significance.
Toronto - Dozens of costumed military re-enactors will storm Fort York National Historic Site April 26 and 27 to commemorate the Battle of York, a pivotal exchange fought on the site between Canadian, British and American forces on April 27, 1813.
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to offer visitors an engaging line-up of exhibitions and special programming this May during China Month at the ROM.
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to present Out from Under: Disability, History and Things to Remember, a powerful exhibit exploring Canadian disability history from Thursday, April 17, 2008 to July 13, 2008.
Toronto - Discover Toronto’s unique architecture and rich history through ROMwalks, a series of free, guided walking tours of the city.
Toronto - Residents are invited to the St. Lawrence Market Complex on April 3 for a night of free entertainment, food sampling and book signing.
Kleinburg - The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is offering free admission to all gallery visitors on Easter Monday—March 24th, 2008. Visitors will be able to enjoy the gallery’s extensive Group of Seven and Tom Thomson collection as well as two new exhibitions; Drawing Conclusions: The Group of Seven and Their Legacy and The Iconography of theImagination: The Art of James Reaney for free.
Toronto - Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is pleased to announce that two organizations have come forward to support Darwin: The Evolution Revolution.
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