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Things To Do: September 21st to 27th

2020.09.21 13:33 exploretoapp Things To Do: September 21st to 27th

Since there are still no large-scale events due to the pandemic, most of our weekly events are still virtual. However, we have started to include some in-person, physically distant events such as outdoor workouts. Scroll down to find things you can do safely outside, as well as reopened attractions in our city.
Please continue to wear a mask, practice physical distancing, and wash your hands regularly!
From all of us at ExploreTO, be safe and enjoy your week!
Monday September 21st
Women's Online Self Defence Group 8 PM
Create Peace Together 9 AM
Queer-Trans Indigenous Experiences w/ Teddy Syrette 5 PM
"Ready for Fall" - Paint Night on Zoom 7 PM
Tuesday September 22nd
Day of Visibility for the Live Event Community 8 PM
101. Intro to Blockchain Technology, Crypto & Tokens - Live Online Course 3 PM
Algonquin Park Fall Colors 8 AM
Small, Broke and Kind of Dirty by Hana Shafi Virtual Book Launch 7 PM
Peer-to-Peer Internship Panel 7 PM
Investment Readiness Program Info Session 11 AM
Wednesday September 23rd
Winnie-the-Pooh: The Many Adventures of a Canadian Bear 4 PM
Virtual Networking for Professional Women 10 AM
100 Day Countdown to Tamil Heritage Month 2021 6 PM
Next Economy Conversations: David LePage of Buy Social Canada 12 PM
Tech Talent Toronto Virtual Job Fair 4 PM
Celebrating One-Hit-Wonder Day on Battle of the #1 Hits! 7 PM
Paint Night online every Wednesday! 8 PM
BigArtTO 8 PM
Characters as Private Investigators Webinar with Klatt Investigations 8 PM
Thursday September 24th
Online Speed Dating by LoveinSync Dating! 8 PM
Storytelling Masterclass 101 6 PM
40th Annual Take Back The Night 6 PM
Good Food Market 3 PM
In a Pickle: The Science of Fermented Food 7 PM
Haunted Ghost Drive-Thru Tour - Pickering 7 PM
Get The Word Out: Marketing Your Toastmasters Club 12 PM
Friday September 25th
Art for Mental Health "Pilot Series I" 7 PM
Live with Tessa McWatt 2 PM
Live from Small World Centre: Andrew Kay and Ravi Naimpally 9 PM
Mena Massoud: Evolving Vegan 12 PM
IASL-IAASS Webinar Series III: Proposal for an Operational and Regulatory Framework to ensure Space Debris Removal 10 AM
Saturday September 26th
Whisky Weekend 2020 Virtual Event 5 PM
Online Date Nights: Bake a Chocolate Caramel Tart together! 6 PM
4-class series: In the (virtual) French kitchen with kids 10 AM
The Word On The Street 2020 Virtual Festival 10 AM
Sunday September 27th
Online Baking Workshop - Portuguese Custard Tarts ($35) 1 PM
The Bloor West Flea Market - Grand Opening Market 11 AM
Pumpkin Spice Truffles - Free Live Workshop 1 PM
Free Live Tutorial - Swirly Twirly Pumpkins 3 PM
Safe Things To Do Outside
Spend Time in Nature Even though it's getting chilly, its still nice enough to enjoy the outdoors. Check out the top nearby parks and hikes
Bike Ride Take a leisurely ride along the lakeshore. If you don’t own a bike you can rent through Bike Share (bring sanitizer if you do!)
Take Up Outdoor Photography Up Your Photo Game!
Explore Graffiti Streets Take a stroll through these alleys of graffiti!
Things To Do From Home Virtually
Virtual Theatre These theatre companies are providing shows online to watch during COVID. Whether you like Broadway musicals or Shakespeare you'll be sure to find something here!
Virtual Games Ranging from from classic games like Bingo, to newer actives such as escape rooms, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Play alone or with friends and family, you're sure to have a blast!
Virtual Museum Tours These museums are offering free tours for you to explore while you're at home
Virtual Fitness A collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges
Virtual Classes A blend of online classes to take while you're at home
Other Things To Do In The City
- Visit the ROM, the AGO, or the Gardiner museums, all of which have opened up again
- Have a bite to eat on a patio outside
- Head over to Ripley's Aquarium to see the aquatic animals
- Visit the Toronto Zoo Scenic Safari Drive Thru
- Take a trip to the Toronto Islands
- Take your dog to the many off-leash dog parks in the city
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2020.09.21 02:03 exploretoapp Things To Do: September 21st to 27th

Since there are still no large-scale events due to the pandemic, most of our weekly events are still virtual. However, we have started to include some in-person, physically distant events such as outdoor workouts. Scroll down to find things you can do safely outside, as well as reopened attractions in our city.
Please continue to wear a mask, practice physical distancing, and wash your hands regularly!
From all of us at ExploreTO, be safe and enjoy your week!
Monday September 21st
Women's Online Self Defence Group 8 PM
Create Peace Together 9 AM
Queer-Trans Indigenous Experiences w/ Teddy Syrette 5 PM
"Ready for Fall" - Paint Night on Zoom 7 PM
Tuesday September 22nd
Day of Visibility for the Live Event Community 8 PM
101. Intro to Blockchain Technology, Crypto & Tokens - Live Online Course 3 PM
Algonquin Park Fall Colors 8 AM
Small, Broke and Kind of Dirty by Hana Shafi Virtual Book Launch 7 PM
Peer-to-Peer Internship Panel 7 PM
Investment Readiness Program Info Session 11 AM
Wednesday September 23rd
Winnie-the-Pooh: The Many Adventures of a Canadian Bear 4 PM
Virtual Networking for Professional Women 10 AM
100 Day Countdown to Tamil Heritage Month 2021 6 PM
Next Economy Conversations: David LePage of Buy Social Canada 12 PM
Tech Talent Toronto Virtual Job Fair 4 PM
Celebrating One-Hit-Wonder Day on Battle of the #1 Hits! 7 PM
Paint Night online every Wednesday! 8 PM
BigArtTO 8 PM
Characters as Private Investigators Webinar with Klatt Investigations 8 PM
Thursday September 24th
Online Speed Dating by LoveinSync Dating! 8 PM
Storytelling Masterclass 101 6 PM
40th Annual Take Back The Night 6 PM
Good Food Market 3 PM
In a Pickle: The Science of Fermented Food 7 PM
Haunted Ghost Drive-Thru Tour - Pickering 7 PM
Get The Word Out: Marketing Your Toastmasters Club 12 PM
Friday September 25th
Art for Mental Health "Pilot Series I" 7 PM
Live with Tessa McWatt 2 PM
Live from Small World Centre: Andrew Kay and Ravi Naimpally 9 PM
Mena Massoud: Evolving Vegan 12 PM
IASL-IAASS Webinar Series III: Proposal for an Operational and Regulatory Framework to ensure Space Debris Removal 10 AM
Saturday September 26th
Whisky Weekend 2020 Virtual Event 5 PM
Online Date Nights: Bake a Chocolate Caramel Tart together! 6 PM
4-class series: In the (virtual) French kitchen with kids 10 AM
The Word On The Street 2020 Virtual Festival 10 AM
Sunday September 27th
Online Baking Workshop - Portuguese Custard Tarts ($35) 1 PM
The Bloor West Flea Market - Grand Opening Market 11 AM
Pumpkin Spice Truffles - Free Live Workshop 1 PM
Free Live Tutorial - Swirly Twirly Pumpkins 3 PM
Safe Things To Do Outside
Spend Time in Nature Even though it's getting chilly, its still nice enough to enjoy the outdoors. Check out the top nearby parks and hikes
Bike Ride Take a leisurely ride along the lakeshore. If you don’t own a bike you can rent through Bike Share (bring sanitizer if you do!)
Take Up Outdoor Photography Up Your Photo Game!
Explore Graffiti Streets Take a stroll through these alleys of graffiti!
Things To Do From Home Virtually
Virtual Theatre These theatre companies are providing shows online to watch during COVID. Whether you like Broadway musicals or Shakespeare you'll be sure to find something here!
Virtual Games Ranging from from classic games like Bingo, to newer actives such as escape rooms, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Play alone or with friends and family, you're sure to have a blast!
Virtual Museum Tours These museums are offering free tours for you to explore while you're at home
Virtual Fitness A collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges
Virtual Classes A blend of online classes to take while you're at home
Other Things To Do In The City
- Visit the ROM, the AGO, or the Gardiner museums, all of which have opened up again
- Have a bite to eat on a patio outside
- Head over to Ripley's Aquarium to see the aquatic animals
- Visit the Toronto Zoo Scenic Safari Drive Thru
- Take a trip to the Toronto Islands
- Take your dog to the many off-leash dog parks in the city
- Visit reopened gyms and movie theatres
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2020.05.31 16:54 exploretoapp Things To Do At Home: June 1st to 7th

This post features more virtual weekly events, along with our virtual collections, and more.
From our team at ExploreTO, we hope that everyone and their families are staying healthy and safe. Check out the list below for some inspiration on safe things to do at home!
Virtual Events
Monday June 1st
Live Streaming lovelytheband At (Canada) - Fullᴴᴰ7 PM
The ArQuives Trivia Night (Pride Edition)8 PM
Virtual Kids Paint Nite10 AM
Kawai Strong Washburn: Sharks in the Time of Saviours7 PM
Beechwood Market Online Opening Day!9 AM
Online Parent Support Meeting7 PM
The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch - Netflix Watch Party7 PM
Happy Dog Virtual Trivia Staff Benefit!8 PM
Ice-cream Cone Cake Pops- virtual workshop4 PM
Online Live Musical Bingo8 PM
Tuesday June 2nd
Online French Classes for Grades 1 - 811 AM
Painting fun with the Paint Diva while Social Distancing 4!7 PM
Wonderful Watercolours Virtual Class7 PM
Virtual Exploration of NYC's Land Art from Past & Present5 PM
Seeing the Unseeable: Capturing an Image of a Black Hole8 PM
Disney Music Trivia Live-Stream8 PM
Immersive World-Building - Online Workshop5 PM
Belong - Online Free Bachata Musicality Workshop8 PM
Wednesday June 3rd
Virtual Guided Exhibition Tour12 PM
Bob Ross' Campfire! ~ Virtual PWJ ~ Free6 PM
A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Gaye Olde Time! Live & Online!7 PM
Battle of Brooklyn & The Stand That Saved America Webinar1 PM
Virtual Starry Night Over Hogwarts painting class6 PM
Thursday June 4th
Hydrangeas - Virtual Zoom Event7 PM
You Betta Bake with Colin Asuncion on GD TV3 PM
School Dazed: Stories and comedy about COVID virtual teaching8 PM
A Virtual Purse for Change5 PM
Friday June 5th
The Governors Ball Music Festival11 AM
Sourdough Bread Baking Online Workshop9 PM
Superbad Friday Virtual Tour: TikTok Live7 PM
Virtual Speed Dating Toronto (35-45F/38-48M)7 PM
Online - B-INGOoooo Fun at Home7 PM
FUCovid19 Virtual Run & Ride12 AM
Saturday June 6th
W10 Sophomore Single Release - Spring 202010 PM
FreeFlow Showcase & Open Mic9 PM
FUCovid19 Virtual Run & Ride12 AM
Autism Speaks Canada Virtual Dog Walk12 AM
Sunday June 7th
4-Week Virtual Historical Painters: Monet, Van Gogh, and more2 PM
Artists look back on May and ahead to June7 PM
Online Animation Workshop: Organic Textures12 PM
Women in Music - Covid19 Benefit Concert8 PM
Virtual - Family Cooking Class - "Frozen" Pancakes with Special10 AM
ruby Pub Trivia Harry Potter Special Event7 PM
Autism Speaks Canada Virtual Dog Walk12 AM
Acting 101/Competition with Hannah Montana Star Cody Linley5 PM
Things To Do From Home Virtually
Virtual Museum Tours These museums are offering free tours for you to explore while you're at home
Virtual Fitness A collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges
Virtual Classes A blend of online classes to take while you're in quarantine
Board Games Play some classic board games like Contagion and Pandemic to pass the time!
Learn a New Language on Duolingo Ever wanted to learn Spanish or French or Mandarin, but never had the time? Well, now you do! Try Duolingo and learn something new
Learn to Cook Something New Check out these 30 minute recipes for quick, delicious meals
Toronto: History of Your City Read up and familiarize yourself on Toronto history. Learn about your city from home for a while
Services to try during isolation:
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2020.05.16 04:43 exploretoapp Things To Do At Home: May 18th to 24th

This post features more virtual weekly events, along with our virtual collections, and more.
From our team at ExploreTO, we hope that everyone and their families are staying healthy and safe. Check out the list below for some inspiration on safe things to do at home!
Virtual Events
Monday May 18th
Art AfterWords: A Book Discussion5 PM
May Online To-Go Card Class11 PM
The Cakemaker - Netflix Watch Party7 PM
Pixar Trivia Live-Stream8 PM
The Savory Collection Part 5 - The Singers3 PM
Botanical Watercolor for Beginners and Beyond - Online10 AM
Resilience Gardening Webinar11 AM
The Office Trivia: Online Edition8 PM
Tuesday May 19th
A Very Chris-terical Musical Hour with Chris Tsujiuchi on GD TV7 PM
Alphonse Mucha: Illustrator Who Changed the World of Advertising5 PM
Wonderful Watercolours Virtual Class7 PM
Underground Manhattan, History of the NYC Subway System Webinar8 PM
NYAC Presents: Virtual Animal Meet & Greet w/ Staten Island Zoo3 PM
Become A Backyard Naturalist Webinar7 PM
Improv Jam Cast Chat Week 3: The Internet Cafe8 PM
Online: Irish History 1017 PM
Harry Potter Trivia with United Fray9 PM
Girls Night Out Jazz jam Monthly at Relish 20208 PM
Wednesday May 20th
Colour Your Pet free FB live event7 PM
Free class - May Monthly Kids Cooking Class - Virtual Edition4 PM
Online-Seinfeld Trivia LIVE Fundraiser8 PM
Growing Culinary Herbs Online Class6 PM
Free Bike Mechanics Course on Zoom6 PM
Weekly Walks: Shakespeare Garden12 PM
Mean Girls Trivia Live-Stream8 PM
Thursday May 21st
Live Music Online w Shawn Brady - Original Set9 PM
The Gut Webinar with Organika3 PM
Sunflower Truck Virtual Paint Party7 PM
Virtual language exchange2 PM
NNTT 2000's Music Trivia #StayAtHomeEdition7 PM
Art History From Home: Asian American Perspectives12 PM
Campfire in Quarantine. Open Mic7 PM
Friday May 22nd
Music Gallery at Home7 PM
Long Distance Life Drawing 28 PM
Superbad Friday Virtual Tour: Instagram Live7 PM
Virtual GlassFest 20205 PM
LIVEstream.LOVE.JAZZ series with Miguel de Armas and Miguel Jr7 PM
Summer Camp Virtual Festival: A 20 Year Retrospective12 PM
Saturday May 23rd
Brunch-Drunk-Love! Video Speed Dating11 AM
Artfest on the Esplanade Virtual Arts Market11 AM
Movement At Home MDW Live Stream2 PM
Scouts Canada's Virtual Campfire7 PM
Sunday May 24th
Art Show and Tell BYOW7 PM
Twin Flames - #StayHome Virtual Concert4 PM
Mom & Me Kitties Virtual Paint1 PM
Paint a Sunflower Jar Light2 PM

Things To Do From Home Virtually
Virtual Museum Tours These museums are offering free tours for you to explore while you're at home
Virtual Fitness A collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges
Virtual Classes A blend of online classes to take while you're in quarantine
Meditation A great habit to start or pick back up in order to bring calm to your life, especially at a time like this. If you need some extra guidance to get started, try a meditation app
Learn a New Language on Duolingo Ever wanted to learn Spanish or French or Mandarin, but never had the time? Well, now you do! Try Duolingo and learn something new
Learn to Cook Something New Check out these 30 minute recipes for quick, delicious meals
DIY Arts and Crafts Grab a glue gun, some paper, and try these art projects!
Toronto: History of Your City Read up and familiarize yourself on Toronto history. Learn about your city from home for a while
Get into podcasts Here's a top 100 Podcast list from a fellow Redditor. A great way to get entertained and learn while doing chores, walking, or just laying in bed.
Services to try during isolation:
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2020.02.27 03:55 MooMan1315 Queer Speed Dating in San Antonio!

Hello all!
I’m a long time lurker on this subreddit, usually just browsing the different discussions and such. A good friend of mine got the idea to setup a Speed Dating Event here in San Antonio!
The idea is to get away from swiping left or right on dating apps, and just meet people in person. Each date will be 4 minutes long, and different ice breakers will be provided to help get conversations flowing!
There will be appetizers, and of course drink specials to give you some liquid courage! Each ticket is $20, which helps pay for catering, and venue costs. I’ll post the Eventbrite link below. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lesbian-speed-dating-in-san-antonio-tickets-93419007767?ref=eios
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2020.02.27 00:13 MooMan1315 Queer Speed Dating in San Antonio, TX!

Hello all!
I’m a long time lurker on this subreddit, usually just browsing the different discussions and such. A good friend of mine got the idea to setup a Speed Dating Event here in San Antonio!
The idea is to get away from swiping left or right on dating apps, and just meet people in person. Each date will be 4 minutes long, and different ice breakers will be provided to help get conversations flowing!
There will be appetizers, and of course drink specials to give you some liquid courage! Each ticket is $20, which helps pay for catering, and venue costs. I’ll post the Eventbrite link below. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lesbian-speed-dating-in-san-antonio-tickets-93419007767?ref=eios
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2020.02.27 00:06 MooMan1315 Queer Speed Dating in San Antonio, TX!

Hello all!
A good friend of mine got the idea to setup a Speed Dating Event here in San Antonio!
The idea is to get away from swiping left or right on dating apps, and just meet people in person. Each date will be 4 minutes long, and different ice breakers will be provided to help get conversations flowing!
There will be appetizers, and of course drink specials to give you some liquid courage! Each ticket is $20, which helps pay for catering, and venue costs. I’ll post the Eventbrite link below. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lesbian-speed-dating-in-san-antonio-tickets-93419007767?ref=eios
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2020.02.26 23:06 MooMan1315 Queer Speed Dating in San Antonio, TX!

Hello all!
I originally posted this on blackladies, and it was recommended that I also post here too! A good friend of mine got the idea to setup a Speed Dating Event here in San Antonio!
The idea is to get away from swiping left or right on dating apps, and just meet people in person. Each date will be 4 minutes long, and different ice breakers will be provided to help get conversations flowing!
There will be appetizers, and of course drink specials to give you some liquid courage! Each ticket is $20, which helps pay for catering, and venue costs. I’ll post the Eventbrite link below. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lesbian-speed-dating-in-san-antonio-tickets-93419007767?ref=eios
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2020.02.26 22:11 MooMan1315 Queer Speed Dating in San Antonio, TX!

Hello all!
I’m a long time lurker on this subreddit, usually just browsing the different discussions and such. A good friend of mine got the idea to setup a Speed Dating Event here in San Antonio!
The idea is to get away from swiping left or right on dating apps, and just meet people in person. Each date will be 4 minutes long, and different ice breakers will be provided to help get conversations flowing!
There will be appetizers, and of course drink specials to give you some liquid courage! Each ticket is $20, which helps pay for catering, and venue costs. I’ll post the Eventbrite link below. Feel free to hit me up if you have any questions!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lesbian-speed-dating-in-san-antonio-tickets-93419007767?ref=eios
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2020.02.24 16:31 TPL_on_Reddit Toronto Public Library programs February 24 to March 1

Check out some of the events and programs happening at the library this week.
All free. No library card required. We are the People's University.

Monday, February 24
Creative Writing Workshop @ Fairview Branch 5PM
Personal Finance for Young Adults @ Maryvale Branch 6PM
Annette Street Writing Group @ Annette Street Branch 6:15PM

Tuesday, February 25
Open Mic at the Library @ Toronto Reference Library 6PM
Uncensored: Writing Workshop with Author Cordelia Strube @ Weston Branch 6PM
A Positive Narrative of Jamaican/Caribbean History @ Barbara Frum Branch 7PM
Ukulele Jam @ Pleasant View Branch 7PM
Workplace Resilience: Valued Member of the Team @ Toronto Reference Library 7PM
Karma Brown: Recipe for a Perfect Wife @ Yorkville Branch 7PM

Wednesday, February 26
Critical Thinking for Challenging Times @ Malvern Branch 6:30PM
Borrow-an-Issue: Gun Violence in Toronto @ Eatonville Branch 6:30PM
NTHS: Joshua Glover - The Extraordinary Story of an Ordinary Man @ Northern District Branch 7:30PM

Thursday, February 27
LSP & Toronto Arts Council - Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship Program @ Richview Branch 11AM
Sci Chat: Vaccines Revealed @ Barbara Frum Branch 1PM
Urban Folk Art @ Mount Pleasant Branch 6PM
Borrow-an-Issue: Precarious Housing in Toronto @ Cedarbrae Branch 6PM
Author Visit with Nora Gold @ Forest Hill Branch 6:30PM
Death Cafe @ Malvern Branch 6:30PM
Prepare Your Book for Printing on the Asquith Press @ Toronto Reference Library 6:30PM
Borrow-an-Issue: Gun Violence in Toronto @ S. Walter Stewart Branch 6:30PM
Scrabble Night @ Dawes Road Branch 7PM
Jeffrey Colvin: Africville @ Toronto Reference Library 7PM
The Life and Music of Oscar Peterson @ Don Mills Branch 7PM
Literary Speed Dating @ St. ClaiSilverthorn Branch 7PM

Friday, February 28
How Small Businesses Use Social Media @ Barbara Frum Branch 1PM
Black Artist Spotlight: Nick Cave @ Lillian H. Smith Branch 2PM
Toronto in Literature Book Club @ Toronto Reference Library 2PM
Bilingual Conversation Circle @ Toronto Reference Library 5:30PM

Saturday, February 29
Chef David Wolfman: Indigenous Cuisine @ Richview Branch 2PM
Carnival Spice Caribbean Folk & African Dance Style Workshop @ Downsview Branch 2PM
Reading Challenge Meetup @ BlooGladstone Branch 2PM
How to Do Basic Legal Research on CanLII @ Toronto Reference Library 7PM

ALL Programs Exhibits Digital Innovation Hubs eBooks & Online Content eLearning Digital Archive Databases Podcasts Museum + Arts Pass Musical Instrument Lending Library Material in Your Language
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2020.02.21 02:21 aek67 Speed-Dating for Queer Women: Tuesday, February 25, 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Want to get off your dating apps and meet someone in real life, but where you don’t have to find out that every cute person at the party is unavailable? Do you think that IRL speed dating is generally awkward and weird? So do we. That’s why we’re putting a Skip the Small Talk twist on dating. You can get tickets here!
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In case you haven't seen these posts yet, I host these events called Skip the Small Talks where I put strangers in a room and get them talking to each other about more meaningful and interesting stuff than social norms generally allow. My background is in social and clinical psychology research, so my approach is informed by the literature on self-disclosure, question-asking, game theory, and some other stuff that I can nerd out about in person if you end up coming to the event and are interested in hearing me ramble for a while. But basically, we use cards with questions written on them and a lot of structure to allow people to open up to strangers more comfortably and quickly than you might usually.
Skip the Small Talks are usually **NOT** for dating, but so many of y’all asked us for a dating event that we decided to make an exception! For those who are used to our non-dating events, the structure will be a little different so as to maximize for how many people you can meet.
This event is inclusive of trans women and non-binary folks who feel a connection to the identity of “woman” and would like to date women.
You can check out all our events here and you if you want to keep up with our events, you can sign up for our e-mail list here (I don't spam, I don't share your e-mail address with anyone, and I really genuinely do hope you'll let me know if the e-mails ever start getting annoying).
If you do end up going and if you're feeling up for it, come say hi to me and let me know what you thought!
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2020.02.16 20:55 JustMeInBigD Things to Do - Feb 17-23

Here’s your list of fun things to do in Dallas between February 17th and 23rd. As always, please share events I missed in the comments of this thread.

Multi-day & Weekend Events

Feb 18-23 The Band’s Visit Winspear Opera House Tickets $30 and up
Feb 20-22 Melissa Villasenor Addison Improv $25-35
Feb 20-23 Dallas RV Super Sale/Show Dallas Market Hall Tickets $15, CASH ONLY
Feb 20-23 Nickelodeon's The SpongeBob Musical Bass Hall, Fort Worth Tickets $44 and up
Feb 20-Mar 1 Paranormal Circus North East Mall, Hurst Tickets $21.65 and up
Feb 21-22 16th Annual Festival Of Black Dance Bruton Theatre $5 and up
Feb 21-23 Indigo Girls With The DSO Meyerson Symphony Center Tickets $29 and up
Feb 21-22 NO COAST 2020 Noise Rock Fest Division Brewing, Arlington 2-Day Pass $25
Feb 21-23 Fort Worth Home & Garden Show Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth $10
Feb 22-23 Minefaire Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Tickets $59.98 and up

Local Exhibits

Albrecht Dürer: Master Prints at Arlington Museum of Art through Feb 23
Structure Photography at Afterimage Gallery through Feb 25
The Fight for Civil Rights in the South at Holocaust and Human Rights Museum thru Jun 30
Signs of the Times at Photos Do Not Bend Gallery through May 2
Artcrush at Canvas Hotel Dallas through Apr 5
Flores Mexicanas: Women in Modern Mexican Art at DMA through Sep 20
Kinsey Collection at the African American Museum through March 1
Ruckus Rodeo at The Modern, Fort Worth through March 29
Barry X Ball: Remaking Sculpture at the Nasher Sculpture Center through April 19
Hip Squares at The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art through April 26
Beili Liu: One and Another at Crow Museum of Asian Art through August 16
Uplift Education 2020 Art Show at NorthPark Center through March 6

Local Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing Feb 13-22 Plaza Theater, Garland
The Residents of Craigslist Feb 16-23 Margo Jones Theatre, Fair Park
Loving and Loving Feb 5-23 Bishop Arts Theatre Center
Harvey Feb 6-23 WaterTower Theatre, Addison
The Drowsy Chaperone Jan 30-Feb 23 Firehouse Theater, Farmers Branch
To Be Young, Gifted & Black Jan 24-Feb 23 Jubilee Theatre, Fort Worth
Little Women Feb 8-Mar 1 Kalita Humphreys Theater
The Scenic Route Feb 7-16, Feb 28-Mar 1 The Core Theatre,Richardson
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change Feb 14- Mar 1 Theatre Frisco
One Man, Two Guvnors Jan 30-Mar 7 Circle Theatre, Fort Worth
Alabaster Feb 13-Mar 8 The Trinity River Arts Center
A Raisin in the Sun Feb 14-Mar 8 Theatre Arlington
Mlima’s Tale Feb 19-Mar 14 Bryant Theatre
Madame Bovary Feb 12-Mar 15 Undermain Theatre
Catch Me If You Can Feb 21-Mar 21 Pocket Sandwich Theatre

Daily Things to Do - Feb 17- 23

Monday, 2/17
Hair of the Dog Presidents Day Brunch at Mutt’s Canine Cantina, Dallas
Monday Run Club at Braindead Brewing
Meditation Monday at Unity of Dallas
Cole Risner & John Pedigo at Sundown at Granada
Songwriters in the Round at Opening Bell Coffee
OPA! The Music of the Balkans at Reveler’s Hall
CHURCH GIRLS (philly) • Ruff Wizard • Upsetting at Double Wide
Twilight – Live Comedy Roast at Texas Theatre
Magic: The Gathering Tournament at Common Ground Games
Stone Cold and the Jackal at Addison Improv
Monday Night Board Gaming at Dallas Games Marathon, Plano
Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel at Eisemann Center, Richardson

Tuesday, 2/18
Early Voting Begins in Dallas County
Walk Off the Earth at The Majestic
Debussy & Brahms Trios at Meyerson Symphony Center
Tembi Locke in Conversation at Dallas Museum of Art
Flor De Toloache - Indestructible Tour at House of Blues
Dallas Art Fair Guided NorthPark Art Tour at NorthPark
The Big Movie: Gilda (with Rita Hayworth) at The Magnolia
SMU International Film Festival: Loveling (Benzinho, Brazil) at McCord Auditorium, SMU
Dallas Lesbian Speed Dating at Ill Minster Pub
Agave The Spirit of a Nation Screening and Tasting at Las Almas Rotas
APIs & IPAs - IT Networking Event at Four Corners Brewing Company
Bloomin’ Ball 2020 Kick-Off Party at Samuel Lynne Galleries
Bowl Glazing Workshop at Make Expression, Frisco
Today is National Drink Wine Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Wednesday, 2/19
Dallas Stars vs. Arizona Coyotes at American Airlines Center
Central Track Music Honors at Granada Theater
Masa Madness/James Beard House dinner pop up at José
Stomp The Runway: Men Against Abuse at Nordstrom Galleria
Cine de Oro: Aventurera at Latino Cultural Center
SMU International Film Festival: Quanto Basta (Italy) at McCord Auditorium, SMU
Lost Dog Street Band at Deep Ellum Art Co.
Speed Dating Hosted by Dallasites 101 at Dallas Comedy House
Jon "Polar Bear" Gonzales at Hyena’s Dallas
Peng Dang & Friends Showcase at Addison Improv
BAD OMENS, Oh, Sleeper, Thousand Below, Bloodline at Tomcats West, Fort Worth
Black History Month Presentation at Riverside Community Center, Fort Worth

Thursday, 2/20
12th Annual Soup's On! Luncheon & Art Show at The Omni Dallas
Third Thursdays Art Walk at Dragon Street Galleries, Design District
Shaken or Stirred: Mixology Class at W Dallas
Helbing Jazz Initiative: Charlie Parker’s legacy at The Kitchen Cafe (Facebook link)
Silversun Pickups at House of Blues
Black Tiger Sex Machine at The Bomb Factory
Illuminati Congo + Chilldren of Indigo at Deep Ellum Art Co
Travis Laplante: New Music at the Nasher
Kat Edmonson with special guest Adam Levy at The Kessler
Pop Punk Nite Featuring Van Full Of Nuns at Gas Monkey Bar and Grill
Whoreible Decisions at Canton Hall
IMomSoHard: Mom's Night Out Round 2 at The Theatre at Grand Prairie
Blake Gossett at Legacy Hall, Plano
Buckcherry at Lava Cantina, The Colony
Texas Legends vs South Bay Lakers at Comerica Center, Frisco
Today is National Muffin Day and National Cherry Pie Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Friday, 2/21
Dallas Stars vs. St Louis Blues at American Airlines Center
‘til Midnight at the Nasher Sculpture Center
Late Nights at the Dallas Museum of Art
Reverend Horton Heat at House of Blues
Have Mercy at Club Dada
Rex Orange County at The Bomb Factory
Drivin N Cryin at The Rustic
Ian Moore with special guest Andy Timmons at The Kessler
JAUZ at South Side Ballroom
Borgore at Stereo Live Dallas
Matt Lange at Lizard Lounge
Sundance Head at Love and War in Texas, Plano
The Gatlin Brothers at Arlington Music Hall, Arlington
Bob Schneider at Billy Bob’s Texas, Fort Worth
Standards Floral Halfsleep at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, Denton
Today is National Pancake Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Saturday, 2/22
Harlem Globetrotters at American Airlines Center
Erykah Badu: A Badu Bday Dance at The Bomb Factory
Mardi Gras Texas Style at Fair Park Automobile Building
Tones and I at Canton Hall
Rebel Yell And Sonic Temple at Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
Dadju at Swayz Ballroom
The Princess Bride – Screening at The Majestic
The Bodarks Birthday Bash at Poor David’s Pub
LUSH – oak cliff at Texas Theatre
Monty Python’s LIFE of BRIAN at Texas Theatre
Mardi Paws at Texas Lottery Plaza at Toyota Music Factory, Irving
Mardi Party at Legacy Hall, Plano
Festival of Darkness at Tupps Brewery
Soul of DFW Food & Black History Bus Tour in Fort Worth
The Texas Bluesmen at Billy Bob’s, Fort Worh
Alan Jackson at Dickies Arena
Today is National Margarita Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Sunday, 2/23
Dallas Stars vs. Chicago Blackhawks at American Airlines Center
Gospel Brunch at House of Blues (Dallas) at House of Blues
The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra at The Majestic
Pinegrove at Trees
The Aggrolites: Reggae Now Tour 2020 at Three Links
Lower Dens at Ruins
OM + Wovenhand at Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
KNON Mardi Gras Gumbo Party at Poor David’s Pub
Krewe of Churchus presents: MARDI GRAS at Lizard Lounge
Mardi Gras Oak Cliff Parade at Davis Street to Bishop Arts
Absolute Beginners Ukulele Workshop at Señor Chachote Cantina, Garland (Facebook link)
Krewe of Barkus Dog Parade and Festival at Historic Downtown McKinney/Mitchell Park
Today is National Chili Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Other Lists of Things to Do:

Culture Map Dallas Calendar
Plan Your Week from Dallas Voice, The Premier Media Source for LGBT Texas
Do214 Top Picks
This Week’s Beer Events from BeerInBigD.com
Dallas News Events (This page is not paywalled.)
If you liked seeing the whole month in advance, click here to see it on inBigD.com.
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2020.02.07 21:21 SheCalledMePaul What's Happening in CT! 2/7/20 - 2/9/20

Friday, February 7th, 2020:

Saturday, February 8th, 2020:

Sunday, February 9th, 2020:


Find more things to do here!

Or check out a newly released movie such as:

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2020.01.31 16:11 Moneyworks22 Weekend Events

Friday

11AM Souper Bowl @ Exploration Place
12PM-4PM 20th Annual Land of Oz Gymnastics Invitational @ Wichita Gymnastics Club
3-7PM Alternative and Holistic Fair @ Best Western Wichita North
4PM Wichita Esports Convention 2020 @ John Bardo Center
5:30PM Ducks Unlimited - Wichita Dinner @ The Venue - Distillery 244 Old Town
5-7:30 Craftapalooza + Funky Junk Roundup Wichita Kansas @ Century II (This one dis not give if the times are AM or PM)
6PM-8PM Learn & Dine @ Vora Restaurant European
6-8PM Speed Dating Style @ The Meusem of World Treasures
6:30PM-10PM Art All Night
7PM - 10:30PM Fri- Night- Public Skating @ Wichita Ice Center
7-9PM Misty Mountain Morning @ Pinots Palette
8PM Roaring 20's Dance Party @ Rhatigan Student Center
8PM - 2AM Wichita DJ Battle @ WAVE
10PM Salsa Night in Wichita @ BarleyCorn

Saturday

8AM Cosmic Bowling @ Rhatigan Student center
9AM-5PM Wichita Train Show & Swap Meet @ Cessna Activity Center
9AM - 5PM Gun Show @ Century II
10AM-6PM Academy Award Short Film Festival @ Wichita Advanced Learning Library
10AM - 4PM Wichita’s Magnolia Charm Market @ Towne West
10AM - 2PM Mexican Brunch & Farmers' Market - NEW FEBRUARY ITEMS @ Wave
10AM - 1PM Old Town Farmers' Market @ WAVE
10AM-1PM Yoga and Mimosas @ Vorshay’s Cocktail Lounge
11AM - 11PM Love Birds - Valentines Day Pop Up Bar @ Chicken N Pickle
3PM Midwest Grid Fest @ CornerStone Barbell
5-10PM Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Wichita Annual Banquet @ Hyatt Regency Wichita
9PM-2AM Funk'n Feb - Funk/Soul Dance Part @ WAVE
11PM - 2PM February Adult Night @ Carousel Skate Center

Sunday

10AM Brunch Bingo & Beer @ Chicken N Pickle
11AM Super Bowl Throw Down @ Nortons Brewing Company
11AM-4PM Good Living Expo Wichita @ Century II
1-3PM Book Club Sunday @ Wayermark Book and Cafe
2-4PM 28th Annual RUN WICHITA Super Bowl Sunday 4-mile @ Linwood Park
2PM-10PM Superbowl and Games! @ Wichita Oasis
3PM-11:30PM Super Bowl Party @ Emerson Biggin's Sports Bar & Grill
4-9PM Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Bash @ OMalley's Irish Pub
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2020.01.28 00:53 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE EVENTS 1/28 - 2/3

There’s another list of all the regular stuff that happens every week, so don’t forget to check for all your karaokes, trivias, and so on. There are also links to all of Tally’s theater options, both stage and independent cinema (from fancy to cult).
The Leon County Public Libraries host classes, clubs, and events all the time. All ages, all locations. Check the calendar here.
TUESDAY, 1/28
WEDNESDAY, 1/29
THURSDAY, 1/30
FRIDAY, 1/31
SATURDAY, 2/1
SUNDAY, 2/2
MONDAY, 2/3
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2020.01.24 01:30 whirlpool4 Events for Fri 1/24 - Sun 1/26

** Fri 1/24 *\*
6p - 10p: Orlando Edge Film Festival 2020; Downtown Arts Collective, 643 Lexington Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801; Come out to Orlando Edge Film Festival at the Downtown Arts Collective! Entry to this event is free - bring your friends and support the local independent film community! :) This year features a selection of art films from local to international filmmakers. The film festival will screen from 6pm-10pm, and doors open at 5:45pm! (see event page for featured films and directors) www.ceffnetwork.org
https://filmfreeway.com/OrlandoEdgeFilmFestivalOrlando/tickets
7p - 9p: Movie Under The Stars: Toy Story 4; Avalon Park, 3680 Avalon Park East Blvd, Orlando, Florida 32828; Bring your blanket or lawn chair and enjoy the movie! Don't miss out on the Free Popcorn as well! Movie starts at Dark. This event is sponsored by CHAMP: Children's Health And Medical Partners!
7p - 12a: Barista Smackdown - A Latte Art Throwdown; Qreate Coffee + Studio, 1212 Woodward Street, Unit 1, Orlando, Florida 32803; We are proud to present our 1st Annual Latte Art Throwdown. Open to the PUBLIC. $10 to Throwdown. Winner takes all! Only 32 Entries, must register.
8p - 11p: Kiss Alive the Tribute; Tin Roof Orlando, 8371 International Dr, Ste 100, Orlando, Florida 32819; KIϟϟ ALIVE the TRIBUTE strives to accurately portray the band, its members, choreography and of course, the music. We work hard to re-capture the energy, intensity and experience that a 1970's KIϟϟ concert embodied....when KIϟϟ ruled the rock and roll world. Tickets were $5...but now...FREE GENERAL ADMISSION!!! $5 Cover starts at 9:30pm and includes entry to both sides of Tin Roof each with their own stage, entertainment & dance floors!
8:30p - 1a: #ONEBIGASSGAMENITE; Hope of Salvation Inc., 4300 S. Clarcona Ocoee Rd Suite 101, Orlando, Florida 32819; Orlando New Vibes, is an live entertainment source outside of the norm, as of clubbing&bar hopping. Where we're more into interaction base fun...GAMENITE, Karaoke night, Speed dating, Open Mic/Poetry. Uno,adult Monopoly, Taboo, tug of war, Spades, jenga, floor Tic -Tac toe, Drunk Musical Chairs, Never have i ever, and so much more etc.
DjEssence Games Unlimited SHOTSSS FoodVENDORS Live Podcast
***Tickets Admission is $15 and $20 at the door *** DISCOUNTED PRICE IF YOU GET THEM ON EVENTBRITE
#ONEBIGASSGAMENITE #JAN24TH #DIAMONDBALLROOM #GOODVIBESSS
** Sat 1/25 *\*
8:30a - 11a: Prince of Peace Food Pantry; Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1515 S Semoran Blvd, Orlando, Florida 32807; Sign Up Genius Link: http://tinyurl.com/PoPFoodPantry01-25 The Prince of Peace Food Pantry needs volunteers to help out with food distribution. The pantry is able to provide groceries to over 300 families from Orange County each month. Families are provided food amounts based upon the number of persons in the family. Please wear closed toe shoes and a red shirt, if possible, to distinguish yourself as a volunteer. Volunteers can park anywhere on site. Please walk through the playground and enter the building there. Ask for Sharleen or Barb!
9a - 12p: Crosby Clean-up Day!; Ben Crosby Field, 2300 Helen Ave, Orlando, Florida 32804; Crosby Clean Up Day is this Saturday 1/25! We need everyone available to get the fields ready for Spring. The league is entirely run by volunteers and we need YOU to donate. a few hours of your valuable time to help us get the fields ready for the kids! if you haven't volunteered some hours before, this is a great way to become involved. Also bring your kids! The more the merrier!
Here is a list of things we need to get done.
1)Clean Bathrooms and Concession Stand
2)Remove old banners and fix any banners that need to remain up
3)Pressure wash around bleachers and dugouts
4)Organize the shed
5)Spread remaining bags of clay around the bases
6)Clean up batting cages
7)Clean up any trash around the field
8)Change combos on the bathrooms doors( I have all the books to do this)
Items needed: -zip ties -pressure washer( I will bring additional cleaning supplies) -any additional ladders, shovels, rakes may come in handy.
This should not take very long, the lawn crew will be there on Friday so it should be fairly clean around the bleachers and dugouts. See you there!! Anthony Caruso CHE, CHC. Orlando Babe Ruth Field Manager
9a - 11a: Lake Harney Invasive Plant Removal; Lake Harney Wilderness Area, 2187 Osceola Fish Camp Rd., Geneva, FL 32732; Join Seminole County Natural Lands & the SERV Program to remove invasive plants from Lake Harney Wilderness Area! Seminole County Natural Lands and the SERV Program invite you to help us remove invasive plants from Lake Harney Wilderness Area (2187 Osceola Fish Camp Rd, Geneva, FL 32732) to protect the biodiversity of this important natural habitat! Please note that we'll be working in the woods. Closed toe shoes and long pants are required; old clothes and work gloves are recommended. Bug protection may also be desired. For more information, contact Elizabeth Stephens ([[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]); 407-665-2457). Liability forms can be found on the SERV webpage: http://www.seminolecountyfl.gov/serv
11a - 12p: The Salvation Army Orlando Centennial Celebration Concert; Lake Eola Park, 512 E Washington St, Orlando, FL 32801; The Salvation Army of Orlando is celebrating 100 years of service in Metro Orlando. This concert kicks off the start of our yearlong celebration. The USA Territorial Band & Songsters of The Salvation Army will be in the city beautiful to help us honor the many years of meeting human needs. The group of premier musicians will headline two celebratory concerts, Saturday, January 25th. Stop by the bandshell at Lake Eola Park at 11 AM to hear the sweets sounds of the band & Songsters, LIVE. For those who can’t make it to this event, we’re hosting a 7 PM concert at the First United Methodist Church in Downtown Orlando. Come sing and worship with us inside of one of Orlando's most beautiful churches. These events are FREE to the public, so grab your family and join us as we commemorate our Centennial.
12p - 2a: Onesie Pub Crawl Orlando; Downtown Orlando; We're bar hopping in onesies for up to 14 hours! Join us anytime for your wristband! There's live entertainment throughout, no cover charges, drink specials, photographers, and a costume contest with cash prizes!
Venues include: The Patio, Sideshow, Wall Street Cantina, Embassy Irish Bar, Downtown PourHouse, Hooch, Shine, Wai Tiki, The Beacham & Social, Aero, 64 North, The Hen House, Bar B, The Monkey Bar, and more to be announced! The full schedule and drink specials will be here very soon!
SCHEDULE: (subject to change, this will be finalized soon!)
12PM: Dapper Duck, more to be announced
1PM: The Office, Downtown Pourhouse
2PM: Embassy Irish Bar & Bar B
4PM: Monkey Bar, Hooch, Shine, Wai Tiki, Sideshow
8PM: Snow!! And group photo
9PM: Elixir
10PM: Beacham, Social, Aero 64, more to be announced
12AM: Wall Street Plaza, to be announced
The full schedule will be here soon! You can arrive anytime between noon to midnight to check in with our staff just outside our current venue(s). Wristbands are required to be part of the event. If you arrive after dark you miss out on most of the experience, so please get here as early as possible to maximize your time with us!!
Join 500+ of us for the comfiest crawl in Orlando! Please spread the word!
BONUS: Reuse your wristband from Onesie Pub Crawl to attend LepreCon St Patrick's Crawl Orlando - Free! without checking in!
575 people registered as of Jan 22nd!
Pre-Sale: $10
Day before event: $15
Day of event: $20 (don't wait!)
onesieorlando.eventbrite.com
12:30p - 10p: Hullabaloo; Lake Eola Park, 512 E Washington St, Orlando, FL 32801; We are excited to be a sponsor for this years Hullabaloo! Thornton Park District is proud to announce the 1st Annual Orlando Hullabaloo – an epic beach party taking place January 25, 2020 at Lake Eola Park. Part music festival, part beach bash, Hullabaloo will bring musical acts Sugar Ray and Eve 6 as well as a host of local bands for an all-day beach-themed festival in the middle of the Florida winter. The event will also feature an innovative Rail Jam – a motorized, 150-foot long wake board track in pool that will showcase talent and tricks from an all-star team of local professional wake boarders. Runs and stunts will be ongoing throughout the day. In addition, there will be food trucks, libations, and activities for all ages throughout the day, and restaurants, bars and venues throughout the Thornton Park District will keep the party going by featuring live music immediately following the festival.
1:15p: Chinese New Year Celebration; Peter’s Kitchen China Bistro, 3922 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, Florida 32803; Come join us to celebrate the Chinese New Year on 1/25 (Saturday) at 1:15 PM! We will have the Lion Dancing and Kung Fu Exhibition! We hope to see you and your family there!
6:30p - 9:30p: Happy Hour for A Cause; Castle Church Brewing, 6820 Hoffner Ave, Orlando, FL 32822; Food, Beer, Music by Cold Saturday. $20.00- suggested donation. Raffles and Silent Auction. Event proceeds will benefit the Samaritan Village
7p - 12a: Letterkenny Good Guy Party in VAULT 5421; VAULT 5421, 5421 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32819; On Saturday, January 25th, here in VAULT 5421, we'll be committing Charitable Acts benefiting Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation, with a Letterkenny Good Guy Party! We'll be playing Letterkenny on our TVs, with music, themed cocktails & Cosplay Cage-Dancing by Bulgarian Bonbon performing as Bonnie McMurray! And have a SPECIAL Canadian beer menu available, while supplies last! Try any 3 and get our featured shot FREE! Make a donation to Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation here at the bar and receive a SPECIAL shot! 10% of all bar proceeds from the night will also be going to the charity! Go here to find out more about Don Cherry's Pet Rescue: www.facebook.com/DonCherryRescue Come early and enjoy our Happy Hours from 5pm-8pm featuring 20% OFF all drinks, including our themed drink SPECIALS and 100+ bottle selection of mostly craft and import beers, ciders, meads, sakes and wines! (Please note our store Gods & Monsters is All-Ages friendly, but our bar VAULT 5421 is 18+ to enter and 21+ with valid ID to purchase alcoholic beverages.)
8p - 12a: New York Ska Jazz Ensemble at Will's Pub; Will's Pub, 1042 N Mills Ave, Orlando, Florida 32803; New York Ska Jazz Ensemble are the premier international touring sensation that created the ska-jazz style in 1994! We're bringing them to Will's Pub for the very first time! support: Control This, The Ambassadors, +21, $15 advanced, $20 at the door
9p - 2a: Shake the Nook; The Nook on Robinson, 2432 E. Robinson St, Orlando, Florida 32803; Do you feel that? There's an enormous amount of bass on the horizon. The windows will be shaking soon and so will you, because Jim Raves is returning to The Nook on Robinson for another night of bass house. Be there to take part in the fun as we embark on a night to remember! No Cover, 21+, 9PM-2AM, Jim Raves is a DJ who got his start playing for the fine people of Asheville, North Carolina. His mixes are known for their bass heavy tracks, deep cuts and personality. You can now catch his shows in the city beautiful, Orlando, FL!
10p - 2:30a: LiT Trancefamily Reunion, ft. Suzy Solar, Robb Blak, & DJ Agni; Bikkuri Lounge, 1915 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, Florida 32803; After a long break from the holiday, let’s get the gang back together for a FREE Trancefamily Reunion Party (donations accepted), featuring Suzy Solar, Robb Blak, & DJ Agni! ✨ No Dress Code (Glow Things Welcomed) ✨ No Discrimination ✨ Great Drink Specials ✨ PLUR Vibes. All LiT events allow reentry, unless we hit capacity ❤️💛💚💙💜 18+ to Party, 21+ to Drink
7p - 12a: Letterkenny Good Guy Party in VAULT 5421; VAULT 5421, 5421 International Dr, Orlando, Florida 32819; On Saturday, January 25th, here in VAULT 5421, we'll be committing Charitable Acts benefiting Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation, with a Letterkenny Good Guy Party! We'll be playing Letterkenny on our TVs, with music, themed cocktails & Cosplay Cage-Dancing by Bulgarian Bonbon performing as Bonnie McMurray! Make a donation to Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation here at the bar and receive 1 SPECIAL shot, cocktail or featured Canadian beer! 10% of all bar proceeds from the night will also be going to the charity! Go here to find out more about Don Cherry's Pet Rescue: www.facebook.com/DonCherryRescue Come early and enjoy our Happy Hours from 5pm-8pm featuring 20% OFF all drinks, including our themed drink SPECIALS and 100+ bottle selection of mostly craft and import beers, ciders, meads, sakes and wines! (Please note our store Gods & Monsters is All-Ages friendly, but our bar VAULT 5421 is 18+ to enter and 21+ with valid ID to purchase alcoholic beverages.)
** Sun 1/26 *\*
11a - 2p: Brunch, Brews & Rescues!; Ace Cafe Orlando, 100 W Livingston St, Orlando, Florida 32801; This Sunday morning, January 26th from 11am to 2pm, join the South Lake Animal League for Brunch, Brews & Rescues at the Ace, Car Show & Pet Adoption event! All Cars Welcome! 50/50 Raffle! DJ playing great music and so much more! Come out and support this awesome charity, adopt a pet, bring your pet! Doggie food menu items available! It's going to be a great time!
11a - 8p: PACDs' Community Day with 90.7 WMFE!; Park Ave CDs, 2916 Corrine Dr, Orlando, Florida 32803; Park Ave CDs is happy to announce that this year we will be kicking off a brand new local community/charity driven promotion titled "PACDs' Community Day"! We are also very excited to have 90.7 WMFE partner with us for our inaugural PACDS' Community Day event on Sunday, January 26th! WMFE is a non-profit, member-supported, community-based public broadcasting company that operates 90.7 WMFE-FM, metro Orlando’s primary provider of NPR programming; and 90.7-2 Classical. Part of the community since 1965, WMFE focuses on providing quality national and local news and programming. For every PACDs' Community Day event, 10% of that day's ENTIRE SALES will be DONATED to the community organization/charity that we have partnered with! With that being said, we encourage anyone who would like to show their support for the local charity to stop by the shop that day and make any small purchase!
1p: Bully Up Rescue Fundraiser; Fish on Fire, 7937 Daetwyler Dr, Orlando, Florida 32812; Hosted by Orlando Hold Em. $20 Suggested Donation tournament to support Bully Up Rescue! There will be add-one and rebuys throughout the tournament as well. Bully Up Rescue is a non profit, locally run, Foster based organization that is dedicated to rescuing abandoned, surrendered bully breeds dogs, as well as restoring the bully breed reputation.
3p - 4:30p: Horns and Pipes; Cathedral Church of St. Luke, 130 N Magnolia Ave, Orlando, FL 32801; The Central Florida Composers Forum (CF2) partners with The Cathedral Church of St. Luke for their 27th annual Horns & Pipes Concert. CF2's very own Jeremy Umlauf will have his Fanfare on a Tetrachord premiered. Come join St. Luke's renowned orchestra of brass, percussion, and pipe organ in a marvelous acoustic. This is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Admission is free. Donations encouraged.
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2020.01.21 21:51 cocoaAMP Sydney Long Weekend January (25th – 27th)

Free Crap

  1. Golden Market January 24th
  2. New Year Day Celebrations January 25th
  3. Fanny Lam and Student Art Exhibition January 25th -27th
  4. Jumbo Mahjong January 27th
  1. Lunar Street Party January 25th
  2. Lunar New Year Twilight Party at Chinese Garden January 25th
  3. Lunar Block Party January 25th
  4. Lion Dance Ceremony January 25th
  5. Mahjong at Chinese Garden January 25th
  6. Lunar Lamp Post
  7. Moon Gates
  1. Chinatown Lanterns
  2. Lunar Spectacular Show
  3. Lion Dancing

Outdoor Crap

  1. Sunday Street Meet January 26th (Unsure Event not on the official website)

Trash & Treasure Crap


Culinary Crap


Performance Arts Crap


Exhibition Crap


Gig Crap


Night-Life Party Crap


Educational Crap


Workshop Crap


Movie Crap
  1. Centennial Park
  2. Western Sydney

Sport Crap


Holy Shit I can’t afford this Crap Crap (hahahaha)


UnCategorized Crap


Grab it While it Last Crap


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For events related to Australia Day please go head over to the Australia Day Event Page or any Gig related that I may have miss click on this Page

We’ve entered the last week/month of Sydney Festival for 2020 please click the link for any awesome events that I’ve missed and that you loved.

If any of you wonderful Gremlin have anything that would like me to add or suggestions onto this or future Crap please Comment or Direct Message me. I do occasionally incorporate your recommendation.

The events listed above are implemented by the event promoters and/or organizers which I’ve no authority over with, all prices and dates may subject to change without any of my acknowledgment and or any notice. Please double-check with the coordinators for the time, date and cost of the event.
This is Crap list is simply accumulated from various websites I’m not the event planner nor the organizer, I’m purely doing this to Crap for my own amusement. I am not here to promote or spam anything on Sydney just putting information for people want to have fun this weekend, future Crap may subject to change and/or seize to exist without any notice. Please also get a hang of this subs wiki page for more and any events that I may have missed. Anyway, have a beautiful day you bastards!!!
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2019.12.13 02:18 aaa863 Speed Dating Event

Hello everyone! I'm hosting a speed dating event next month. However, I am looking specifically for more men to sign up. If you are interested please check out the link below. I look forward to seeing you all!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/78801006933
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2019.12.02 14:37 exploretoapp Things To Do: December 2nd to December 8th [Christmas Edition]

Here's our usual list of events to kick off your week! We also post things to do ideas on our app (iOS, Android, Website) and Instagram

Christmas
The most wonderful time of the year is back! To celebrate Christmas we've handpicked collections to make this holiday season with your friends and family one for the memory books. Take your family out ice skating, hit the slopes with your friends or bring your kids to some of the beautiful Christmas markets in downtown Toronto.
Christmas Markets Buy authentic Christmas presents and eat delicious holiday meals
Best Ski Resorts Take advantage of the cold and hit the slopes!
Ice Skating Have an Ice day!
The best Christmas movies on Netflix Get in the holiday spirit without scrolling for hours
Book a visit with Santa Skipping lines never been easier
Best Soup Spots Stay cozy in the cold with the soup in the city
Christmas Easter Egg Learn how to make a gingerbread house

Saturday December 7th
Kind Karma @ Evergreen Brick Works 10 AM
Gem, Mineral, Jewellery l & Bead show and sale @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Apocalypse Now: Final Cut: The IMAX Experience at Cinesphere @ Cinesphere 7 PM
Ones - The Beatles #1 Hits @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 8 PM
Omar Apollo - The Speed of Sound Tour @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
Holiday Fair in the Square Dec 7 - 23 2019 @ Nathan Phillips Square 12 PM
Hygge Holiday Market @ City of Toronto 11 AM
Promise German Sparkle Party! w/ Last Planet & Frequencies @ City of Toronto 10 PM
PINK XMAS 2019 @ The 519 11 AM
Krampus Ball 2019 - Toronto @ The Opera House 9 PM
Toronto Gaming and Collectibles Expo Holiday Market @ Leaside Memorial Gardens 10 AM
Gammer - Monstercat Uncaged TOUR - Toronto @ City of Toronto 10 PM
Christmas in the Valley 2019 @ Miller Lash House 10 AM
SKETCH Holiday Marketplace @ City of Toronto 12 PM
Winter Ball Dinner Dance gala 2019 @ City of Toronto 6 PM
Holiday Market at Gotamago @ City of Toronto 12 PM
Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail Opening at College Park @ College Park 1 PM
Swedish Christmas Fair Toronto @ Daniels Spectrum 11 AM
2 Day Holiday Market! @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Kora (open to close) Sat Dec 7th at Love Child @ Love Child Social House 3 PM
Koffler Couture @ Koffler Centre of the Arts 6 PM
Junction Triangle Craft Show! @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Damian Lazarus ▴ CODA @ CODA 10 PM
EveryBody turns 1! @ ROUND venue 10 PM
Bend It Like Beckham: The Musical @ Bluma Appel Theatre at St Lawrence Centre 8 PM
Toronto Marlies vs. San Antonio Rampage @ Coca-Cola Coliseum 4 PM

Sunday December 8th
Kind Karma @ Evergreen Brick Works 10 AM
Apocalypse Now: Final Cut: The IMAX Experience at Cinesphere @ Cinesphere 7 PM
2 Day Holiday Market! @ City of Toronto 10 AM
The Bazaar of the Bizarre: FrostBite 2019, Toronto @ Native Canadian Centre of Toronto 11 AM
Christmas in the Bazaar @ City of Toronto 12 PM
Exhibition Tour with Nakasuk Alariaq @ Textile Museum of Canada 12 PM
A GLB Christmas Market @ Great Lakes Brewery 12 PM
Holiday Market at the Barns @ Artscape Wychwood Barns 10 AM
Amazing Grace @ Aga Khan Museum 3 PM

Ongoing Events
Legends of Karaoke at Sneaky Dee's @ Sneaky Dee's On until February 11th
[3rd Monday Nights Free](https://www.rom.on.ca/en/whats-on/3rd-monday-nigh
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2019.11.30 10:48 bejaz12 How do you guys do it?

So I'm in my late 30s and I still can't comprehend how guys find girls having never been in a serious relationship. The vast majority of people around me seem to just fall into a relationship naturally which I find completely mystifying. Its like I'm some sort of alien observing another species.
I'm asian if that matters, IMO, I'm obviously not brad pitt, but not THAT bad looking or obese or anything like that. Maybe averagish nerdy and a bit awkward moving like stereotypical nerdy men. Americanized too so no accent or anything. I mean I see other nerdish asian guys with women so it can't be this right?
Busy. Which is one of the main problems I can put my finger on. No I'm not very successful...its grad school, yeah I know I know...hopefully I'll be finishing soon.
The 'Natural Route' of just going about my daily business and magically ending up in a relationship which seems to work for most people hasn't done it for me so far. So I've taken other measures...
I've also tried:
The RL Approach: Nobody and I mean nobody I encounter in RL shows the slightest interest in me AFAIK. Okay thats a bit of an exaggeration. Once in a blue moon I might have encountered a girl that have possibly been showing interest. Maybe...like once during my freshman year in college and then the next time was briefly in my mid 20s.
The Workplace Approach: Practically every female I know is in some sort of committed relationship.
The Friendslist Approach: I've gone down the list of contacts I've accumulated of those women I've known or used to know over the years. Apparently this is a very quick way to get people who talk to you rarely to talk to you even less. Not really even being obnoxious about it. Just inquiring if they want to hang out the next time they're in town and its an instant ghost/semighost. Now people can do whatever they want and I don't mind on an individual basis but it seems to be a pattern.
Speed Dating: Tried it a couple times. Not a single interested inquiry.
Parents Approach: the girls aren't interested so far.
Internet TindeOkayStupid Approach: < 1% likes-> < 5% Responses-> 0% Responses that aren't from bots or are more than 1 sentence one time only. I like to think I'm a clever comment writer but....I've even paid for the membership and its just a waste. I've recently gone back and its even worse now. They have this new thing where they show you the likes you supposedly have but even if you have 10 no matter how much you swipe you never get a match and the number just fluctuates up and down for no apparent reason.
Networking Approach: When I can find time I try to simply hang out with others. The problem is I don't really have very many superfamiliar contacts period and those I semiknow are off living their superadult family lives. So you basically end up turning things into a double layered problem where instead of trying to find contacts you spend all your time trying to find contacts that will hopefully help you find other contacts.
Doing Things Approach: The most common Internet advice I've encountered about this subject generally runs along the lines of simply being more 'social' and 'do things'. (For some reason the specific example I see over and over again is salsa dancing.) I guess I'm kinda dumb because this is a very broad suggestion I have trouble wrapping my head around. I don't really know what to do other than go look up events at Eventbrite and then aimlessly wander a museum for about an hour. I guess this works better if you're doing this with an active cohort of friends and not simply randomly crashing around as an individual stranger. I haven't specifically done the salsa dancing thing though. Mainly because I haven't had the opportunity to make such a regular committment and I haven't found any nearby but I guess I better try it out soon. The big problem here is that my free time tends to be irregular for many things.
Random Approach: I've even resorted to approaching random women in public. Hey, its not an option I enjoy either but what else can I do except cover all bases? I've tried to ramp this up but as you can imagine its hard to find an opportunity to do this without coming off as a creep. I've managed to pass my info on a couple times a month but no joy yet.
I dunno. It just seems...so easy for everybody else. Seriously, its like magic or something. I'm almost as disturbed by the apparent disconnect I have with the aptitude of the rest of male population as I am frustrated by my lack of success.
How do you guys do it?
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2019.11.13 22:45 PCPapist An Event for DC Area Singles

I saw some people on Twitter advertising this, in particular for young Catholic guys. I'm not in the area, but hopefully some of y'all can go!
Edit: Forgot the link, whoops! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/catholic-speed-dating-for-young-adults-tickets-78273358723?ref=eios
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2019.11.04 13:15 exploretoapp Things To Do: November 4th to 10th

Here's our usual list of events to kick off your week! We also post things to do ideas on our app (iOS, Android, Website) and Instagram

Monday November 4th
Canada International Dance Convention - ZKB 3rd Edition @ Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto East 11 AM
Tiffany Young - Magnetic Moon North American Tour @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
4th Ave @ Velvet Underground 7 PM
The Office Trivia 7.1 @ Hemingway's 6 PM
Gulfer / Spirit Was (LVL UP) / Sean Henry / Group Therapy @ The Baby G 7 PM

Tuesday November 5th
Double Derby Night @ Coca-Cola Coliseum 7 PM
Conan Gray: The Comfort Crowd Tour @ REBEL 7 PM
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Los Angeles Kings @ Scotiabank Arena 7 PM
bea miller - sunsets in outerspace tour @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
Chilean Wine & Food Festival @ Royal Ontario Museum - Peter F. Bronfman Hall 7 PM
Dayramir Gonzalez + OKAN CD Release @ Lula Lounge 6 PM
Bonfire Night British film & food fest @ The Grand Gerrard Theatre 6 PM
Mumiy Troll @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre 7 PM
Amber Run @ Horseshoe Tavern 7 PM

Wednesday November 6th
Mythology Mixology: Rubens and the Art of Storytelling @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario 7 PM
mxmtoon: the masquerade tour @ Velvet Underground 7 PM
Toronto Raptors vs. Sacramento Kings @ Scotiabank Arena 7 PM
Xiang Yue Shi Nian @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts 7 PM
Judge John Hodgman Live @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
Giselle @ The National Ballet of Canada 7 PM
Toronto BlaBla Language Exchange @ The Raq 8 PM
Hot Docs Podcast Festival 2019 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema 6 PM
International Strength and Speed Challenge @ Coca-Cola Coliseum 7 PM
Jade Bird @ Mod Club Theatre 7 PM

Thursday November 7th
Giselle @ The National Ballet of Canada 7 PM
Greek Arabia @ Aga Khan Museum 7 PM
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Vegas Golden Knights @ Scotiabank Arena 7 PM
Alestorm, Aephanemer & Lutharo @ The Opera House 7 PM
Solomun ▴ CODA @ CODA 10 PM
Toronto premiere of Winterland @ TIFF Bell Lightbox 6 PM
Mimico LP Release w/ Vallens, Bart at The Monarch @ Monarch Tavern 8 PM
Metric - Live at the Funhouse - An Acoustic Recording Event @ City of Toronto 7 PM
City Moguls: The Runway Show 2019 @ City of Toronto 7 PM
TQFF 2019: Stonewall 50 (Toronto Queer Film Festival) #tqff19 @ OCAD University 7 PM
Gallery and Exhibition Opening: NEW CIRCADIA (adventures in mental spelunking) @ City of Toronto 7 PM
Blue Hawaii • Stacey Sexton • Maggie @ Bambi's 9 PM
Small Cures Art Show + Auction @ City of Toronto 6 PM
Neo Soul Paint Night @ City of Toronto 8 PM
The Football Ramble Live @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
Toy Sample & Clearance Sale @ City of Toronto 10 AM

Friday November 8th
Giselle @ The National Ballet of Canada 7 PM
Toy Sample & Clearance Sale @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Marc Anthony Opus Tour 2019 @ Scotiabank Arena 8 PM
Roger Sanchez @ Nest Toronto 10 PM
Samson and Delilah Screening @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario 8 PM
Chromeo [DJ Set] ▴ CODA @ CODA 10 PM
Owen Pallett at Longboat Hall at The Great Hall - Two Nights! @ The Great Hall Toronto 8 PM
The Irishman @ TIFF 11 AM
MAGFest presents: Game Over Toronto! @ Junction City Music Hall 8 PM
Redemption Past vs Present @ REBEL 10 PM
鬼 Oni Girls Night Market 鬼 @ See-Scape 7 PM
Toronto Halloween Hangover Party @ Fiction Night Club 10 PM
BODY FARM @ Tangled Art + Disability 6 PM
Salsa All Stars @ Dovercourt House 8 PM
Black Midi, Fat Tony @ Lee's Palace & The Dance Cave 9 PM
Studio 10 x Soul Space Presents: Remix for Remix @ Smiling Buddha 8 PM
Whole Life Expo 2019 @ Metro Toronto Convention Centre 4 PM

Saturday November 9th
Giselle @ The National Ballet of Canada 7 PM
Toy Sample & Clearance Sale @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos @ Harbourfront Centre 11 AM
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Philadelphia Flyers @ Scotiabank Arena 7 PM
Drumcode Showcase ▴ Toronto @ City of Toronto 9 PM
Undie Run 2019 - Toronto @ The Citizen 12 PM
Forgotten Rebels at Lee's Palace @ Lee's Palace & The Dance Cave 8 PM
Trance Sessions 3 Year Series- John Askew (All Night Long) @ ONE LOFT 10 PM
Pokey LaFarge at the Drake Hotel - Two Nights! @ The Drake Hotel 8 PM
Pale Lips w/ Prancer, Terrastray @ Monarch Tavern 8 PM
Gaga Workshop @ Canada's National Ballet School 4 PM
What A Girl Wants: Britney & Christina Dance Party @ Mod Club Theatre 10 PM
2SQTBIPoC Arts & Zine Fair! @ Toronto Media Arts Centre 12 PM
Yellow Claw at Forbidden City @ City of Toronto 10 PM
Hannah Wants - North American Tour @ CODA 10 PM
BIJOU - Crown Fall Tour at NOIR @ NOIR inside REBEL 10 PM

Sunday November 10th
Giselle @ The National Ballet of Canada 7 PM
Toy Sample & Clearance Sale @ City of Toronto 10 AM
Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos @ Harbourfront Centre 11 AM
Gaga Workshop @ Canada's National Ballet School 4 PM
The Cinematic Orchestra @ The Danforth Music Hall 7 PM
Gioli & Assia, Jody Wisternoff, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Tinlicker @ Evergreen Brick Works 3 PM
PuppyYoga @ One King West Hotel & Residence 12 PM
Trinity Bellwoods Apple Pie Contest @ The Opera House 2 PM
Idan Raichel Piano-Songs - Roy Thomson Hall @ Roy Thomson Hall 8 PM
Afro-Caribbean Vegan Holiday Market @ The 519 12 PM
Sunday Scene: Michèle Pearson Clarke @ The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery 2 PM
The Eco Lifestyle Market - Holiday Market @ The Great Hall Toronto 10 AM
Ontario Toyota Dealers Rodeo @ Coca-Cola Coliseum 1 PM
Juke Ross @ Velvet Underground 7 PM
MEC Toronto X POW Season Opener @ City of Toronto 7 PM

Ongoing Events
Toronto Stompbox Exhibit @ City of Toronto On until November 10th
3rd Monday Nights Free @ Royal Ontario Museum On until March 16th
Dufferin Grove Farmer's Market - Thursdays @ Dufferin Grove Farmers' Market On until December 20th
The Rocky Horror Show (Live) @ Lower Ossington Theatre On until November 17th
Chrysanthemum Show at Allan Gardens Conservatory @ Allan Gardens Park and Conservatory On until November 11th

Our picks and ideas
Best Thrift Shops Toronto's best prices for vintage clothing
Toronto Spas The best place to relax and escape the hustle
Date Night Hassle-free date ideas
Fun Things to Try Because life is too short
Toronto's Weed Stores High-quality bud from licensed retailers
Freebies & Discounts Living in the city is expensive, we can all use a break sometimes
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