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Things to Do in Toronto This Fall

Updated: Sep 29, 2021

As fall has just begun and the cool weather slowly sets in, it is time for everyone to celebrate the season with these upcoming events!

Tree planting with 10,000 trees

This national park is inviting everyone to volunteer to plant 10,000 trees. By joining in on this event, it will be a huge step into reviving the wildlife and natural environment. Rouge National Urban Park welcomes all to get involved from October 17th to Wednesday October 20th, 2021. Register today!


Yorkville Murals

Toronto's Yorkville Murals is a three-day event that recognizes and praises contemporary muralism and public art. This begins today, September 24 until September 26, 2021. Yorkville displays expressive murals all around the neighbourhood with the addition of art structures, guest speakers, and films. Through this special event, Yorkville will grow to be a more lively and significant destination for Torontonians and travellers.


Beyond Monet

Claude Monet was A French painter and the pioneer of the impressionist style. Visit Beyond Monet at the Metro Convention Centre for an immersive experience that displays all of his creations in a scenography. Be a guest and catch sight of the art through the eyes of Monet. Purchase your tickets now!


Luminato Festival

The Luminato Festival is an international arts festival that focuses on performance, media and visual art. Luminato has a vision to showcase local Canadian artists and connect them with the world to create a more profound cultural community. Let us all share and admire the hard work and passion artists have put into their productions together. Commemorate their 15th year with them through October 13 to October 17, 2021.


Picasso: Painting the Blue Period

Curated by Kenneth Brummel and Dr. Susan Behrends Frank, an exhibition dedicated to telling the life story of Pablo Picasso and how it helped him develop the Blue Period style. He predominantly used shades of blue and blue-green with few warm tones. This period was a reflection of a somber time when he was living in societal poverty. The exhibit will display many of his pieces such as paintings, sculptures and work on paper. Pay a visit to see the contemporary works of Picasso on October 6, 2021 – January 16, 2022.

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