6 of the best events happening in Toronto this weekend

The weekend is finally upon us, giving us the opportunity to enjoy the confusing spring weather. Whether you want to stay indoors or roll the dice on outdoor excursions, here are six events to try this weekend in Toronto.

Roll on the floor laughing at The Corner Comedy Club

For just $25 you and your friends can experience multiple headline quality comics throughout the weekend! The Corner Comedy Club is hosting two shows a night at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., with each set ranging from 10-15 minutes in length.

Unwind with puppy yoga and bubbly at Kardia Athletica

Ontario doggos and Kardia have designed an event to cater to those who want yoga, dog snuggles and brunch with friends all in one! Begin your session with an entrance to yoga class with puppies zooming around the studio before settling down with a mimosa in your hand and a dog in your lap. The event takes place on Saturday between 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Honour Stan Lee’s 100th birthday at this local library

The Toronto Public Library has an exhibit on display this spring to remember Stan Lee and all of his creative adventures. A team of talented artists has put together an array of art which puts the spotlight on some of Lee’s most infamous characters. Along with a team, Lee created cult favourite characters such as Spider-Man, Iron Man and Black Panther.

Help Froddo destroy the one ring in IMAX quality

Join a Hobbit from the Shire and his eight mates on a journey to save Middle-Earth from the Dark Lord Sauron. This time, enjoy the remastered audio and video which have been touched up by IMAX DMR. Grab some popcorn and immerse yourself in the Lord of the Rings experience at the Ontario Place’s Cinesphere this Sunday.

Help the raptors make history against Philly this week at Jurassic Park

The Toronto Raptors are two games away from being the first team in NBA history to come back and win a series while down 3-0. On Thursday, the Raptors take on the Philidelphia 76ers at 7 p.m. which you can watch in the stadium or outside on a jumbotron at Jurassic Park. Fingers crossed we take the dub so you can watch the crucial game 7 on Saturday wherever you feel most comfortable.

Throw it back retro-style on the second floor of The Pint

This weekend, enjoy The Pint’s grand reopening event as they reveal second floor which they’ve named The Upper Deck. Hosted by Mike Devine on Friday, the night is set to be chock-full of arcade games, dancing to throwback tracks and indulging in one of their 40 draught beers on tap.

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