Hot Docs Ted Roger’s Cinema, Sept 30
Spend the night reliving the moment Beatles’ pandemonium began in this “should be played loud” documentary. Beer and Doc combo $18.
International Centre, September 30-October 2
For some people this is just as frightening, however if you have a big day coming up everything you need to know is in one place during this fall event. Admission is $15
Queen Elizabeth Building, September 30-October 2
Enjoy three days learning about healthy living, eating and more. Shop for new and unique products, discover a new class or two and get inspired to make changes in your life. Admission is $8.
Heritage Court, October 1-2
Brand names, new designers and hot classics specializing in vintage clothing will all be on hand for two days at the biggest sale ever. Admission is $10.
Canada’s Wonderland, September 30-October 31
Why wait till after Thanksgiving to get your scare on with the opening of Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland. Rides, mazes and scare zones are popular October attractions. Tickets as low as $31.99.
Various locations, September 30-October 2
A massive collaboration with hundreds of communities across Canada, Culture Days increases awareness of our nations’ arts and culture with events, viewings and activities for everyone free of charge. Hundreds of different events will be taking place in Toronto alone. Check the website for more details.
Yonge-Dundas Square, October 1
Smoke’s Poutinerie is hosting once again a poutine devouring spectacle like no other. Free poutine is available if you can stomach it.
Various locations, October 1
Highly anticipated, each year Nuit Blanche brings the cutting edge, the haute noir and unique. Spend an all-nighter travelling across the city experiencing surprise pop-ups and unexpected curiosities.