Mark your calendars! Here’s a sneak peek at the rest of our Fall-Winter 2016 season:
CAT & MOUSE CITY Our popular model city-building workshop, Mouse City, will address its biggest urban planning challenge to date: cats. Yes, cats are moving into Mouse City! Will they add to the city’s growth or disrupt its tranquility? Ottawa-based author John Sobol will offer urban planners aged 3-8 some tips before they start building, when he launches his new picture book about a mouse that lives next door to a cat, Friend Or Foe? (Groundwood Books) Saturday October 22. 11AM. Lillian H. Smith Library, 239 College Street (at Spadina). FREE with Ticket. Tickets Available Soon.
7th ANNUAL TORONTO ROALD DAHL DAY We’re reaching out beyond the GTA and all over Southern Ontario for our 7th annual Toronto Roald Dahl Day Story Contest so come down to the Bloor Cinema for the Story Contest Awards and Screening of the 1990 Warner Brothers and Jim Henson Company’s The Witches starring Anjelica Huston. Saturday, November 12. Hot Docs Ted Rogers (Bloor) Cinema, 506 Bloor St West (at Bathurst). Tickets On Sale Soon.
CITY OF CRAFT We’ll be offering up a book-themed Craft Program for your littles while you explore City of Craft, Toronto’s largest independently-run, juried craft show featuring craft-based installations, free workshops, and a variety of craft-related programming. Sunday, December 4. Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St West (at Dovercourt). FREE with Admission to City of Craft show
9th ANNUAL TOTSAPALOOZA FESTIVAL TOTSAPALOOZA returns to Revival with authors Tyler Clarke Burke, with her widely anticipated debut picture book Bill Bowerbird & The Unbearable Beak Ache! (OwlKids Books), and Elise Gravel, with two new gems, I Want A Monster! and The Cranky Ballerina (HarperCollins Canada). We’re putting the final touches on the rest of the programming for the day, so stay tuned for updates about our stellar musical guests and inventive DIY activities! Saturday, February 4, 1pm. Revival, 783 College Street (at Shaw)