If you’ve ever walked through a park and come across a group of people moving slowly in unison, this is your chance to find out what they’re up to. Every Tuesday this summer, Harbourfront Centre will be hosting free Tai Chi classes in the Exhibition Common. Join instructor Eti Greenberg for an hour of stretching and positions to focus the mind and promote good health.
If you think you’re the only one who has to do “dirty work” around the office, you need to meet Dr. Mark Engstrom. As Deputy Director of Collections and Research at the ROM, he has a real Whale of a Job. Attend this ROM lecture to find out about his experience retrieving the carcass of a giant blue whale for the museum’s collections.
So you live in Toronto—the centre of the universe—but how much do you know about it? Prove that you deserve to call yourself a Torontonian at Hogtown Trivia. Teams of four will face a wide range of questions about our city, with prizes awarded to the top scoring groups. Proceeds from the evening will support Heritage Toronto programs.
Align your body, ease your mind, and get your retail therapy all in one stop this summer at the Shops at Don Mills. Bring your mat for free Yoga in the Town Square every Tuesday and Thursday, courtesy of Titika.
First things first: the Tarragon Theatre mainspace is now licensed. That means that during its current production, The God That Comes, starring Hawksley Workman—which has set up the space like a dark, sultry 1930s cabaret with crystal chandeliers, long white tablecloths, and deep crimson curtains—you can sip a glass of red while one of Canada’s best rockers uses his beautiful voice to scream into your face.