The Really Really Free Market is back in business, providing Torontonians with a chance to get things they really need for absolutely nothing. For the uninitiated, the idea is that this market involves no buying, trading, or bartering, but instead provides a place where the community can come together to share goods or skills. In other words, you never know what you might find here!
“The Art of Seven Women” is an exhibition that highlights the work of seven new members of the Heliconian Club—a club in Toronto for female artists and writers. The exhibit features art, photography, and music (a solo cello concert by Kye Marshall will start at 2 p.m.).
If you haven’t been rocking hard enough lately, here’s a chance to change that. Spread the Metal Festival 2013 is a gigantic gathering of heavy-metal acts that includes appearances from Suffocation, Kittie, Augury, The Agonist, and other mosh-friendly bands. All profits from the festival are going to Kiva.
This scavenger hunt isn’t like the ones you went on as a kid. Haunted Toronto Scavenger Hunt for Adults offers a slightly creepy way to spend an evening while learning about the more chilling aspects of the city. Teams will be sent on a quest that will take them to spooky places—like a mass graveyard in Yorkville and a former insane asylum—in order to answer trivia questions and beat the other teams competing. Who says it’s too early to get into the Halloween spirit?