This month, the Toronto Public Library is hosting the Keep Toronto Reading Festival, a series of free events focused around literature and the culture of reading in the city of Toronto.
There are nearly 100 events running at library branches and partner venues over the course of the month. Here's a look at what's coming up:
- April 12: Writing Toronto workshop with Elizabeth Ruth (registration required)
- April 15: Graffiti Talk and Tour at the Evergreen Brick Works
- April 14: Leaside: a Local History with Jane Pitfield
- April 19: Writing Local/Writing Your Story workshop with Lauren Kirshner (registration required)
- April 21: Anime North at the Library with Chris Warrilow (War Horse)
- April 23: Toronto By Stories
- April 26: Book Swap at Imperial Pub & Library
- April 27: Toronto Trivia Bingo (for school age children)
- April 29: Guided tour of the ravines (Castle Frank TTC station to Don Valley Brick Works)
There are also countless readings and author talks taking place at library branches throughout the city as part of the festival, so be sure to take a look at the full listing of events/details.