Spring is right around the corner, and Toronto is gearing up for it! Canada Blooms celebrates the best in floral design and gardening and the Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival returns.
The cast of Degrassi Junior High reunites at Toronto Comicon, and our city is in for plenty of belly laughs with the 12th Annual T.O. Sketch Comedy Fest and Second City’s newest review, Everything is Great Again.
Cirque Eloise’s Cirkopolis blends circus acts with theatre and dance and the National Ballet brings the world premiere of Pinocchio to Toronto audiences.
Come face-to-face with the skeleton of an enormous blue wale at Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story at the ROM.
Here’s a few other events to check out this month:
Toronto Comicon presented by Fan Expo Canada – March 17-19
Kobzaria Celebration of Shevchenko – March 18
When Sisters Speak returns to St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts – March 4
Holy Cow(s)! Free concert series – March 16
Winter Stations Public Art Installation – February 20 to March 27
Finger Eleven #TIP20 – March 31
Paul Feig: An Interview by Bruce McCulloch, Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival – March 10
Sarah Polley on Away From Her, TIFF Books on Film Series – March 27
Bevy Brew Fest 2017, Society of Beer Drinking Ladies – March 31
February 21, 2017 by Toronto.com
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