Events in Toronto are likely to attract many audiences. A vast beer festival, huge vintage shows and a conversation with the boss of the Raptors are just some of the ways to occupy your Saturday.
Events you may want to view:
Vintage Clothing Show (3-4th March @ Queen Elizabeth building on exhibition site)
Chanel, Dior, YSL, everything is there to sift while your long lost vintage discover treasures that you will not find anywhere else.
Four Toronto (March 3-6 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Now you have another reason to take a selfie for the Toronto board, because Nathan Phillips Square will host the 184th b-city from the city. day bash.
Toronto FC Home Opener (3 March @ BMO Field)
Toronto's own MLS champs are facing Columbus Crew again. Will they keep the title this year? Time will tell.
International Women & # 039; s Day March (3 March @ OISE)
Come together in honor of women around the world and think about the milestones, triumphs and join in the march for equality.
Muddy York Brewing Co. 3rd birthday party (3 March @ Muddy York Brewing Co.)
One of Toronto's best artisan breweries celebrates their birthday with Knuckle Sandwich food, special bottle releases and some magical entertainment.
Antique and Vintage market (3-4 March @ Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place)
That Canadian goose-shaped bedside lamp with the extra large brush shade? It asks for you.
Truly truly free market (March 3 @ Campbell Park)
They say nothing is free in this world except on the real real free market. No money. No exchange. Everything is free as a bird.
Color Theory (3 March @ The Black Cat)
The latest group show at this gallery in Dundas West will open tonight.
Curious Minds with Masai Ujiri (March 3 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
The boss of the Toronto Raptors offers new perspectives on leadership and philanthropy.
Toronto Winter Brewfest (March 3 @ Enercare Center & Heritage Court on Exhibition Place)
It is the second day for Toronto's largest indoor beer festival. More than 150 beers are waiting to taste.