- Noon at Met
Come take a break and leave the stress of the day behind with Noon at Met, offering downtown workers and residents to switch gears, relax and enjoy the beauty of the music during their lunch break. Concerts feature organists and, occasionally, singers and instrumentalists every Thursday from 12:15 to 12:45 at the Toronto Metropolitan Church at Queen and Church. For more information visit metunited.org.
- Jan 16
- "2014 Unique Lives"
The New Classical 96.3 FM is the Official Radio Sponsor of 2014 Unique Lives, an amazing lecture series live at Roy Thomson Hall. This year’s series includes astronaut Chris Hadfield, actress Glenn Close, music icon Marie Osmond and more.
To order your tickets, call 416-872-4255 or go to uniquelives.com
- Feb 10
- Capturing Canada: Historical Prints from the Collection of Ernst & Young
Capturing Canada: Historical Prints from the Collection of Ernst & Young
This exhibition has over a hundred original prints from a private collection and never exhibited before. Produced in the mid-eighteenth to late nineteenth century, the images captured major events, arctic exploration, exotic locales, and important individuals and landmarks.
See www.rmg.on.ca for details and show times.
- Feb 15
- "Canadian Winters" by Barb Whelan
Belleville’s Gallery One Twenty One has a new show opening – “Canadian Winters” by Barb Whelan, a well-known artist for over 50 years who paints in oils and acrylics. Also joining Barb will be painter ‘Jan Coombs’ and sculptor ‘Tom Ashbourne’.
The show runs March 4th to April 26th with an opening reception on March 8th.
See gallery121artists.com for details.
- Mar 4
- “Canadian Winters” - Art Show
Artist Barbara Whelan with guest artists Jan Coombs and Tom Ashbourne present “Canadian Winters” – running until April 26th in Belleville’s Gallery one twenty one.
For details see gallery www.gallery121artists.com.
- Mar 4
Dom Hemingway is less a film than a series of outrageous set pieces. Some of Dom’s obscene and lengthy soliloquies are amusing. Here’s a sample: “You’re nothing but a pestilence, an uphill gardener with a weak chin. You’re a filthafising thief, that’s what you are. You think you can steal from me? From me? From Dom Hemingway?”… read more
For most Zoomers, the name “Elvis” conjures up the King of Rock and Roll…but for Canadians Elvis is also the king of the men’s figure skating world. Richmond Hill native, Elvis Stojko will be back in Toronto later this month … read more