Best Toronto Events for January 2019
January 2, 2019
Alice Opens the Door is a family-oriented exhibit focused on the enduring literary classic, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The exhibit celebrates Lewis Carroll’s fantastical story that opened the door to reading for generations of children. The Alice-related books, games, art and ephemera on display offer a visually impactful and interactive experience ideal for young visitors. Come see your tall reflection in the fun house mirror, arrange Alice characters in scenes on an interactive screen, do a scavenger hunt or colour an Alice character!
The Next Stage Theatre Festival is Toronto’s winter performance festival, curated and produced every year by the Toronto Fringe. The 2019 line-up is a collection of 12 of the best new independent shows from Toronto and beyond, focusing on important stories told well and featuring award-winning playwrights, a new musical, high-energy dance, and world-renowned magician.
Please join us for an amazing weekend of Argentine Tango in Toronto, with beautiful music, great venue, lots of dancing and delicious refreshments.
We have invited outstanding DJs to keep you dancing to the wee hours. Get ready for 3 days and nights of non-stop Tango.
Ever partied in a room full of paper?
Enter through a paper ropes archway, dance under cardboard tubes ripple effect, play with movement sensitive paper lights, hang out in a structure made of machined discarded cardboard, or participate in the creation of a giant comic book on used paper. Those are just some of the things you can expect on January 12th at PULP: paper art party 2019.
PULP : paper art party 2019 is an evening combining reclaimed materials installation art, live music, dancing, and charity. It’s a fundraiser designed to examine the current life cycle of paper materials (among others) and investigate alternative uses. Proceeds go to Yonge Street Mission Evergreen Centre for Street Involved Youth.
During one four-day weekend each January, the Interior Design Show shapes the industry for the year to come – in North America and beyond.
IDS Toronto celebrates and promotes design in Canada and across the world. Experiential and transformative, we bring together compelling concepts, innovative products, upcoming talent and key experts in the industry so that you can be inspired by the best of the future.
Meet the leading designers, thinkers, makers, changers, shapers and dreamers like you who are coming together to change the world for the better.
In January there is only one lake in Canada that provides thrills without chills! At the Toronto International Boat Show you can leave the bulky winter clothing at home, relax at The Lake, or get active and Go Boating! Experience free boat rides; canoes, kayak, pedal boats and enjoy wakeboard, waterski shows and more!
DesignTO, formerly Toronto Design Offsite Festival, is Canada’s largest cultural celebration of design with over 100 exhibitions and events forming Toronto’s design week.
Going into its 9th year, the Festival transforms Toronto into a hub for creativity, taking design and art out of the studio and into the urban sphere, bringing people together to celebrate contemporary culture. We provide opportunities for emerging talent and engage the community with exceptional and accessible public programming.
Lighting up the long winter nights with distinctive works from local and international light artists, the Toronto Light Festival illuminates the Distillery Historic District from January to March. Visitors are taken on a visual journey as the festival transforms the picturesque historic neighbourhood into a large open-air gallery.
For two scrumptious weeks, Winterlicious Toronto brings a series of mouth-watering culinary events to the city at over 220 restaurants. Indulge in creative cuisine from around the world at great prix fixe value.
Get your parka, long johns, and all the flannel you can find, it’s Winter Craft Beer Fest time again! We want you there as much as we want “u” in the spelling of colour and flavour.
Join us with a pint of your favourite Ontario Craft Brewers outside Steam Whistle Brewing in Roundhouse Park for another year of beer, food and fun.