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The 40th Rhubarb Festival
Feb 13 to Feb 23, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre - 12 Alexander St. Canada’s longest-running new works festival returns for a 40th year. Rhubarb transforms Buddies into a hotbed of experimentation, with artists exploring new possibilities in theatre, dance, music, and performance art. Rhubarb is the place to see the most adventurous ideas in performance and to catch your favourite artists venturing into uncharted territory. Rhubarb is a space for artists and audiences to experiment together by trying new things and testing their boundaries. You always get to see more than one show (often 3 or 4) in one night, and no two nights of Rhubarb are ever alike. So come out and see what’s happening. Festival Director Mel Hague. ‘Evening pass’ $20 - Gets you into everything happening that day at Rhubarb, including special presentations, exhibitions, and parties. ‘Rush tickets pay-what-you-can’ - A limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets will be available every day of the festival on a first-come-first-served basis. Rhubarb Rush Tickets can be purchased in person at the box office from 12-6pm for that evening’s performances, limit 2 per person and subject to availability. For more information, please visit buddiesinbadtimes.com or call 416.975.8555 or email tickets’at’buddiesinbadtimes.com
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7th Annual Toronto Black Film Festival
Feb 13 to Feb 18, Carlton Cinema - 20 Carlton St. Presented by: TD Bank in collaboration with Global News. The 2019 edition of TBFF features four World Premieres, nine International Premieres, one North-American Premiere, 30 Canadian Premieres and 23 Ontario Premieres. One of Canada’s premiere festivals for black films showcases over 70 films from 26 countries. Adult $12- $25; Kids $6; Festival Passes $149. Reservations / Advance Tickets are required. For more information, please visit torontoblackfilm.com or email info’at’torontoblackfilm.com
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Farce of Nature
Coming Soon…Feb 21 to March 3, Assembly Hall - 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Dr, Etobicoke. Presented by Theatre Etobicoke. Spend an outrageously funny day with the Wilburn family of Mayhew, Arkansas as they try to save their fishing lodge from the likes of gangsters, love-starved females, jealous husbands, ruthless corporate executives, and a cranky senior citizen packing heat! Cost $24; Groups of 20 or more $20.00 each (does not apply to opening night); Tickets at the Door $25.00. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit theatre-etobicoke.com or call 416.246.1889
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Toronto Light Festival 2019
Continues to...March 3, The Distillery Historic District - 55 Mill St. The Toronto Light Festival, the City’s first-ever light art festival, is coming back to The Distillery District. Visitors will be taken on a new visual journey and imaginative cerebral adventure, designed to entertain and inspire. The Festival will transform the neighbourhood into one of the largest open-air galleries in North America, lighting up the long winter nights with distinctive works from local and international light artists. This winter, Torontonians of all ages are to come out of the dark and into the light. Free event. For more information, please visit torontolightfest.com or call 416.341.9929 ex.221
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Frost Bites Festival
Feb 14 to Feb 17, presented by Hamilton Fringe Festival. A diverse array of hot local artists heat up the coldest month of the year with short performance “bites” inspired by two historic churches in the downtown core: St Paul’s Presbyterian and New Vision United. Audience members choose which shows they’d like to see and when, as aritst groups perform multiple performances per evening throughout the festival. For more information, please visit hamiltonfringe.ca/frost-bites-festival
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Valentine's Day Dinner and Dance
Sat, 16 Feb, 6pm to 6am, Mississauga Grand Banquet & Event Centre. Mississauga Grand Banquet & Event Centre is hosting a fabulous Valentine’s Day Dinner Dance complete with live entertainment appearances, dancing, and a culinary feast unlike any other in Mississauga. The ideal way to celebrate Valentine’s Day as a couple or Valentine’s Day with your BFFs! Gourmet Antipasto Bar at 6pm; 19 event; Musical Entertainment provided by Music Unlimited DJ Services. Antipasto Bar with our Signature Bread Station Live Pasta and Live Risotto Station; Salad Bar; Live Soup Station; Three Course Dinner ideal for any foodie; Caesar Salad; 8 oz. Angus Chateaubriand with Two Butterflied Tiger Shrimp Garlic Mashed Potatoes Wrapped Vegetable Bundle; Heart Shaped Ice Cream; Cash Bar with Two Bottles of Wine Per Table; Platter of Chocolate Dipped Strawberries Per Table; Door Prizes; Mirror Photo Booth for fabulous selfies! Live Appearances featuring Tina Turner The Queen of Soul and Elvis Presley the King of Rock & Roll. Audience – Adult. Cost: $75 per person. For more information, please visit mississaugagrand.com/valentines-dinner-dance or call 905.501.0043
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Family Day Weekend at Friday Harbour
16 – 18 Feb, Friday Harbour, 311 Big Bay Point Rd, Innisfil. Gather your family and head down to Friday Harbour for plenty of exciting activities inside and out. From magicians to horse-drawn wagons, crafts to scavenger hunts and all sorts of outdoor fun like skating parties, snowshoe tours and snow baseball this weekend will be one for the books. Ice sculptors and wood carvers will be putting on live demonstrations around the campfire as hot drinks and steaming bowls of chili are served at the Beach Club Window. Kids can build a new plush friend at our build-a-buddy station and savour sticky maple taffy on a stick. Guests can explore even more of the Resort on snowshoes, cross-country skis and fat bikes* which are available for rent at the Harbour Master Building. A spectacular fireworks display will be featured on Saturday night. Gaze up in wonder as you cuddle by the campfire or stroll down the boardwalk. PARKING Guests can park in the East Parking lot at the intersection of Sea Ray Avenue and Sunreef Avenue. Shuttles will be on site to drive Guests down to the Harbour Master Building and skating rink. *All rentals will be first-come, first-served. All activities and rentals are weather permitting. When applicable, participants will be required to sign a waiver prior to partaking in an activity. Fat bikes are only available in adult sizes. Fat bikes, Build-A-Buddy, and Guided Snowshoe can be booked in advance at fridayharbour.com/?month=Feb%2001,%202019#calendar facebook.com/events/339526073554755 or email info’at’fridayharbour.com
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Taste of Burlington
Feb 18 to March 10 - Exceptions to the pattern may occur. Now is your chance to savour a bite of everything and discover the many eateries Burlington has to offer. Experience the eclectic styles and flavours of the world, as Burlington’s finest restaurants will be offering prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner options. Lunch and dinner menus include an appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Start times and dates vary due to restaurant operating hours. Reservations for the restaurants are highly recommended due to the popularity of the program. For more information, please visit tasteofburlington.ca or call 905.634.5594
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