Get to Know Google Analytics

  • Centre for Social Innovation (215 Spadina Avenue)
  • 6 p.m.

All those junk emails blabbing on about SEOs and web traffic actually make a good point—it’s important to know and understand your website’s stats to unlock its full potential. If this all seems a little overwhelming, consider enrolling in Camp Tech’s Get to Know Google Analytics course. Instructor Adam Green will take you through the basics of the program and show you how to make filters, pull reports, and more. Please register in advance. Attendees are required to bring their own computer and power cord.

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Toronto Geek Trivia

  • TRANZAC (292 Brunswick Avenue)
  • 8 p.m.

You’ve got a penchant for the nerdier side of life, with a head full of random facts, and Toronto Geek Trivia thinks that’s pretty cool. Round up a few of your smartest friends and prepare to go up against other self-professed geeks in an evening of brain-straining trivia. Not only will there be pizza and drinks available, but contestants will be eligible to win tickets to Bad Dog Theatre Company’s Final Frontier, a Black Museum lecture, and The Amazing Spiderman 2.

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Little Terrors Vol. 27: Hidden Fear

  • Carlton Cinemas (20 Carlton Street)
  • 9 p.m.

Whether you like scoping out promising newcomers to the horror industry or can handle scares only in small doses, Little Terrors is the right movie night for you. Vol. 27: Hidden Fear features eight films that are short on time, but big on gore. This month’s lineup includes Walter Don’t Dance, starring Rider Strong and Monica Keena (you know, from your favourite ’90s shows), Jeff Brown’s Sulfuric, and Tasha & Friends—an award winning piece from last year’s Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival.

Details: Little Terrors Vol. 27: Hidden Fear


A Journey Into the Forbidden City

  • Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queens Park)
  • All day
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