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Every Sunday in February 2018 - Kids love model trains at Romance of the Rails - 2018 Winter Show. The Model Railroad Club of Toronto is inviting you to visit during our 2018 Winter Show season. Come and see Canada's premier O scale model railroad. Watch dozens of trains, both freight and passenger, as they pass through cities, towns and countryside. Now in our 5th year of re-construction after having moved from our previous home in Liberty Village. Lots to see and great fun for kids and adults alike. A wondrous activity for a winter afternoon in February. Children $5, Seniors $5, Adults $8. Tickets available only at the door. Sorry, but we are not wheelchair accessible due to our basement location. Model Railroad Club of Toronto, 11 Curity Avenue, Toronto, Ontario Location Map

Friday February 14-25, 2018 - The Rhubarb Festival @ Buddies THE 39th RHUBARB FESTIVAL Presented by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre February 14-25, 2018 Starting at 8pm (and sometimes as early as 6pm), and 2:30pm on Sundays, there are shows happening in both spaces at Buddies (the Cabaret and the Chamber), so when you arrive at the theatre pick the show you want to see first, and 30 minutes later when it’s done you can either stay where you are or move to the other space for your next performance. There is a different set of shows each week (and different special presentations each night) – so keep coming back. http://buddiesinbadtimes.com/show/the-39th-rhubarb-festival/

Firday January 26, 2018 - Fly Nightclub's 19th Anniversary A Friday night of Fly classics from 1999-2014 brought to you by DJs Manny Lehman & the original Fly resident Mark Falco! $15 at the door. Fly 2.0 at 6 Gloucester St and Yonge St, Toronto ON Phone:(416) 925-6222 http://www.flyyyz.com/One of the last remaining Dance Clubs in The Church St gay village

Friday January 26, 2018 - Winter 2018 Season: Opening Party @ Power Plant. free party to kick off the new year and celebrate the launch of The Power Plant's Winter 2018 Exhibition Season! Be among the first to experience exhibitions by Kader Attia and Emeka Ogboh, and view the progression of Michael Landy's continually evolving Fleck Clerestory Commission Project.n addition to a new Exhibition Season, Winter 2018 at The Power Plant also presents an entirely new season of unique programming including film screenings, artist talks and much more. Visit our website to learn more about the exhibitions and to explore our Winter 2018 programming http://thepowerplant.org/ Admission is FREE, cash bar available all evening. Power Plant 231 Queens Quay West Toronto, ON,

Saturday January 27, 20`8 - Toastr: House v. Hip Hop with Dekoze @ Wayla BarDJ DEKO-ZE `https://soundcloud.com/deko-ze is back with his blend of chunky house and tech and fun vibes for dayssssss for this monthly female-focused dance party. DJ Sticky Cuts (Tania Morano Toronto) https://soundcloud.com/stickycuts covers off the hip hop, dancehall, r&b and tracks that make you make stank face cuz they're so grimey and good. 10 pm Wayla Bar & Lounge Toronto East end 996 Queen St. E , Leslieville at Carlaw 416-901-5570.Inspired by the nightlife in France and underground lgbt clubs of NYC, http://www.waylabar.ca

Monday January 29, 2018 - Swingin' Out at Glad Day. Swing dance party with a beginner lindy hop lesson and dj'd swing music. Come by yourself or with friends and dance with us. Free. 7-9pm. Glad Day Bookshop, 499 Church Street. Web site: http://www.swinginout.ca/

Saturday February 3 and 4th, 2018 - Toronto Tea Festival @ Main Reference Library building. Last year we had over 3000 attendees and 46 exhibitors at our two day Tea Festival. Whether you are a newbie or an aficionado of tea culture, the 6th annual Toronto Tea Festival will enable you to discover the world of tea from the traditional to the trendy. You will be able to sample hundreds of teas and learn from experts in the industry at one of the complimentary presentations. Taste a variety of teas uniquely and exquisitely prepared by exhibitors. 10 am Toronto Reference Library 789 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G8 Tickets and Free Swag Bag of Goodies

Thursday February 15 to 19 - Toronto Black Film Festival @ Various locations. Cool, international, independent, politically incorrect and eye-opening, the Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) is about discovery. TBFF will showcase the most outstanding and most powerful Black films while creating a space to debate major cultural, social and socio-economic issues. http://torontoblackfilm.com/

Tuesday February 27, 2018 - Queering Black History Month 2018 By Racialised Students` Collective Ryerson University free - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/queering-black-history-month-2018

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