It’s a great week in Toronto sports with baseball playoffs and the beginning of a long hockey season. Thanksgiving has made it’s mark on the scales and Halloween is just around the corner. If you are not out looking at the fall colours then I hope you are checking out one of these cool events.
Harbourfront Centre, October 12-16
The 16th annual festival brings you thought provoking narratives and documentaries. For 5 days get involved in important conversations about civil rights, climate change and the state of the world while watching over 30 films touching on all the pressure points of society. Tickets start at $12.
Hyatt Regency Hotel Toronto, October 15-16
This all horror convention and expo brings you movie panels, gory makeup effects, terrifying costumes and more for all those who love the squamish and scary. Admission starts at $25.
The Great Hall, October 16
This monthly sweet tooths’ dream heads to the West Side with cakes, confections and more. Over 30 vendors will make sure you leave with a full stomach and bags of goodies for later. Admission is free.
The Power Plant, October 14
This free event showcases three new exhibits by artists Yto Barrada, Maria Loboda, and Latifa Echakhch on display until January. Music and drinks (at a cost) will be plentiful to help in the celebration.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, October 14-16
Everything you love about Lego is under one roof. See huge models, jump into a lego pit, buy a new Lego kit or 5 and basically revel in your childhood dreams. Tickets start at $28.50.
Scotia Bank Theatre, October 13-21
Enjoy 9 days watching films about things or people that go bump in the night. General admission, single day tickets start at $13.