Today’s Notable 3some in Toronto: January 30, 2014

Here’s a trio of the hottest things you can do in the city on the day before the last day of the week.*

Hit up the Dufferin Grove Farmers’ Market for your organic kick. This is one of the only markets in the city to operate year-round, so if fresh is ‘kinda your thing’, this is where you’ll find it. Most vendors will be inside as they sell from 3pm-7pm so frozen food won’t be an option – until you start walking home, that is. 

Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts will be holding the opening reception for its latest exhibit, Black and White Ball, from 7pm-10pm. Inspired by Truman Capote’s infamous Black and White Ball, held in 1966 at the Grand Ballroom of New York City’s Plaza Hotel, some of the adjectives Propeller is using to describe the event are ‘iconic, bitchy, mysterious, and elegant’. Sounds like Liz Taylor come to life.   

Head in the opposite direction and hit up The Cameron House backroom for a night of good ol’ fashioned bluegrass music featuring three local bands and what we’re assuming will be about three hundred banjos. Beer, dancing, and general merriment are also sure to be on hand.

*Still want more things?! Why not head over to the The Weekender and check out everything worth doing that’s happening in the city over the next four days.    

#LYNL | (Live Your Notable Life)

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Photo: Cameron House