We didn't find anything nearby, but here's what's happening in other cities.
2 events in all locations
The Great Hall Toronto, which is part of the city's trendy West Queen West Triangle section, boasts beautiful architectural details and a fascinating history. It's a true Canadian landmark, one that's been entertaining and enlightening people for more than a century.
The Great Hall Toronto debuted in 1889 as a home for the local YMCA chapter. It survived a major fire in 1912, and it's had several owners over the decades. In 2016, the venue was completely renovated, and the addition of an elevator was one of many enhancements.
The Great Hall presents performers who are based in the Toronto area and others who are famous across the globe. This facility also hosts corporate conferences and meetings, as well as a wide variety of speakers. You might go there to listen to a politician, an author or even an astronaut.
The Great Hall features four performance spaces: two large halls and two smaller rooms. Altogether, it can hold 1,243 guests, and the sound systems are first-rate.
The biggest part of this venue is the Main Hall. It takes up the building's second and third stories, and it measures about 10,000 square feet. The Main Hall includes enormous windows and chandeliers, a horseshoe balcony and an extensive bar. When wedding receptions and other events are taking place inside this magnificent room, its retractable stage is pushed back so guests can have more space.
Toronto is a dynamic city of more than 2.6 million residents. It's nestled beside Lake Ontario, and thus, you can hike, ride bicycles and boat amid natural splendor. What's more, Toronto's a great place to visit a museum, zoo or aquarium. Plus, the CN Tower, North America's tallest tower, has a stunning observation deck. It offers EdgeWalk as well, an attraction that lets you strap yourself in and stroll all the way around the very edge of the roof. And, if you'll be in the city with children, you might bring them to Canada's Wonderland, an expansive amusement park with spectacular roller coasters.
During World War II, the Polish National Union owned the Great Hall Toronto, and the building became a temporary home for refugees from Poland.