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February 12
Riverdale Marathon
Laugh, cry and cringe at the angsty teen antics of swollen Archie, goth kid Jughead, and the rest of the cast of the CW's live action Riverdale on the big screen with fellow fans.
February 12
Dalton Higgins' History of Hip Hop
The Toronto Public Library hosts its own speaker series during Black History Month in libraries across the city. Higgins is a hip hop scholar who literally wrote the book on Drake.
Toronto Public Library - Malvern District Library
February 12
Highly curated leaders and innovators in the tech and digital media space share their expertise through five minute, TED style presentations.
Rbc Waterpark Auditorium
February 13
Mardi Gras Madness
The Lula Lounge recruits Toronto jazz singer Alex Pangman for a Mardi Gras inspired party true to New Orleans tradition, but set here in Toronto. Blues, dancing, dining and beads await.
Lula Lounge
February 13
Mega Hot & Sour Ramen Challenge
Kinton Ramen just can't stop challenging their patrons to outrageous food feats. If you can finish their giant, mega hot, mega sour ramen bowl in 15 minutes, the bowl will be free.
February 14
Free Best of Romance Short Film Fest
The Carlton brings the love just in time for Valentine's Day by screening seven romantic shorts from places like Hungary, Italy, and Mexico. It's a film buff's dream date.
Carlton Cinemas
February 14-25
Rhubarb Festival
Canada's longest running new works festival turns Toronto into a hotbed of experimentation, creating a space for the most adventurous ideas in theatre, dance, and performance art.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
February 14-19
Toronto Black Film Festival
Back for a sixth year, the sister festival to the original Montreal show brings films representing storylines about Black people and the work of Black filmmakers to big screens in Toronto.
Multiple Venues
February 16-25
2018 Canadian International Autoshow
The biggest car show of the year returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Check out the latest models and what's in store for the future.
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
February 16 - March 23
The February edition of the Royal Ontario Museum's monthly party series is lunar themed, and features top DJs and live artists, in addition to the option to explore the venue's stunning galleries.
Royal Ontario Museum
February 16-18
TIFF Next Wave
TIFF's youth and future filmmaker series focuses on the creators of tomorrow, including a young filmmaker's competition and 12 free screenings of 12 films from around the world.
 TIFF Bell Lightbox

February 16-25
Frank and Oak Warehouse Sale
Frank And Oak's first warehouse sale of 2018 brings deals of up to 80% off stylish footwear, outerwear, apparel, and more. It runs for ten days, so there's no excuse to miss this one.
950 Dupont St
February 16-18
Wavelenght Winter Festival
This is one of the hottest spotlights of indie music all season, with local rising talents like Bossie and Plazas playing the same stage as names like Broken Social Scene's Brendan Canning.
The Garrison
February 16-18
Toronto's annual blues and roots music festival returns to the Danforth this month for an all ages tour of five iconic venues over three days, with more than 150 artists performing.
Multiple Venues
February 17
D-Beat Forever Fest
The beloved vegan cafe, live music venue and DIY event space announced earlier this year that they're shutting down in February, but not before a three day music fest in honour of its tight-knit community.
February 17
Lido Piminta 
2017 Polaris Prize winning musician and Toronto local Lido Pimienta brings music from La Papessa to the Drake Hotel.
The Drake Hotel
February 17
Tyler, The Creator&Vince Staples
 Two rap powerhouses hit the stage for one night in Toronto during their joint North American tour.
Ricoh Coliseum
February 18 - April 1
WinterStations brings the world's finest in design, architecture, and contemporary art to the Beaches, with giant sculptures that can survive the harshness of Canadian winter lining the frozen waterfront.
The Beaches
February 18
Bellwoods Winter Market
We're in the thick of the winter blues, but that's not stopping the Trinity Bellwoods flea from presenting you with new local vendors, artisans, samples, and snack foods.