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6:30 pm. $30, adv $25. Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne. rLobsterfest Dinner Cruise Dinner and harbour cruise. 7 pm. $99. 207 Queens Quay W. MaD stuDents soCiety Peer support meeting for students with mental health system experiences. 3:30 pm. Free. Details at outreach@ rMeteor WatChing froM the Park Join Sorauren Stargazers to watch the Perseid meteor shower flash across the night sky (weather permitting). 10 pm. Free. Sorauren Park, Sorauren and Wabash.

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Burlesque performances by Mitzy Cream, Red Herring, Dolly Berlin and others. 10 pm. $15, adv $10. Rivoli, 332 Queen W. 416-596-1908. rPuPPy/kitten WeekenD Vets, trainers, and groomers talk about getting your first pet. Today 11 am-5 pm; tomorrow 11 am-3:30 pm. Free. PawsWays, 245 Queens Quay W. saturDay night sWing DanCe Party Beginner dance class and dancing to live music by Up Jumped Swing. 7 pm. $13-$18. Dovercourt House, 805 Dovercourt. toronto saLsa PraCtiCe No lesson, beginners to pros, no partner required. 3:30 or 5:30 pm. $5. Trinity-St. Paul’s Church, 427 Bloor W. toronto’s rebeL Tour reliving the events leading up to Toronto’s Rebellion of 1837. 11 am. $15. SE corner Queen and Yonge. toWers tour Toronto Soc of Architects walking tour of tall buildings. 1:30 pm. $20, stu/srs $15.

rWheeLs on the Danforth & fun in the Park Antique and classic cars, a charity auc-

tion, kids’ zone and more. 11 am-5 pm. Free. Danforth Ave and Danforth Rd. WithroW Park farMers Market Organic and ecologically farmed produce and prepared foods. 9 am-1pm. Free. S of Danforth between Logan and Carlaw.

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ALX: THE EVOLUTION OF ALLIE HUGHES Watch a video of genrebending pop singer showing off her dark side.

gLobaLization National workers’ conference, with talks, seminars and more. Today and tomorrow. $20. Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil. Preregister your siLenCe is Like an unPierCeD PearL Lecture on whether early pious and Sufi women were silent and reclusive. 6:45 pm. Free. Noor Cultural Centre, 123 Wynford.

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KATHLEEN EDWARDS AT HILLSIDE When Kathleen Edwards lets loose in concert, the results are something to behold. This performance on the opening night of Hillside Festival 2012 is proof.

CuLture & CaMPus tour Toronto Soc of Archi-

tects walking tour of musuems and cultural centres. 1:30 pm. $20, stu/srs $15. eLeCtriC VehiCLe Day Stay plugged in to the future of driving in Ontario and check out electric cars, bikes and more. 10 am. Free. Yonge-Dundas Square. 50 shaDes of PLay All-genders workshop with Gaia Morrissette. 5:30-7:30 pm. $25 sliding scale. Come as You Are, 493 Queen W. Preregister 416-504-7934. historiC garDen tours Guided tour of Spadina’s six acres of restored gardens. Sundays and Wednesdays 1:30 & 3 pm. Free w/ admission. Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Rd. 416-392-6910. the JunCtion fLea Outdoor market with antiques, vintage clothing, crafts, records, food and more. 9 am-4 pm. Free. 2803 Dundas W. Lgbt DoDgebaLL tournaMent Join Get Out Canada for a tourney. 11 am. $15. Trinity Bellwoods Outdoor Rink, Dundas W and Shaw. nature’s beauty shoW Toronto Japanese Garden Club presents ikebana displays, bonsai demos and a flower show. Noon-4:30 pm. $5, children free. Momiji Senior Centre, 3555 Kingston. 416-444-3702. the 99 Market Local produce, baked goods, art, crafts, fashion, food sampling and more. Free. Glass Factory, 99 Sudbury. 99sudbury. ca/99mrkt-2. rone WorLD, one sky Summer star party with activities, night sky observing and the Perseid meteor shower. 7:30 pm. Free. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills. 416-696-1000. rebeL Without a Cause Outdoor film screening (rain date is Aug 19). 9 pm. Free/pwyc. Christie Pits, Bloor W and Christie.

roseDaLe VaLLey antique Market/saLVage shoP Multi-dealer market. Every Sunday 9 am to 5 pm. Free. Evergreen Brickworks, 550 Bayview. 416-469-2557.

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MOVING TO MAYLEE TODD Watch a video of Toronto’s own Maylee Todd in concert at Guelph’s Hillside Festival.

WILL FARRELL AND ZACH GALIFIANAKIS The two funnymen were at the Hockey Hall of Fame Monday to promote their new movie the Campaign, a political parody about two inept candidates running for office.


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