Events Guide: urban artworks and Keep Toronto Reading

WHAT: my City: urban artworks exhibition
WHEN: Friday, February 29 at 7pm
WHERE: Urbanscape Gallery, 2959 Dundas Street West

The opening reception for my City: urban artworks, a group exhibition presented by Urbanscape Gallery, is tomorrow (Friday) from 7pm to 10pm. This exhibition, on until March 12, is focused on exploring city themes: the experience of urban living, the people, the buildings, the spaces, the relationships, and whatever else.

For more information, visit www.urbanopathy.com.

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WHAT: Keep Toronto Reading events
WHEN: Thursday, February 28 and Friday, February 29
WHERE: see links below for location details

Tomorrow (Friday) evening, Toronto Public Library and PEN Canada celebrate Freedom to Read Week with an exciting lineup at the Toronto Reference Library — featuring Atom Egoyan, Thomas King, Jill Carter, Clayton Ruby, and more. More info: www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/ktr/gc29trl.jsp.

There are still a few tickets available for tonight’s guided wine tasting of classic French wines — part of the Vintage France event featuring author Sandra Gulland and presented with the LCBO. More info: www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/ktr/gf28by.jsp.

Also tonight, Riverdale Branch is hosting a panel of food experts who will discuss the local food movement. Learn more about how to reduce your environmental footprint by choosing locally grown foods. More info: www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/ktr/gf28rd.jsp.

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