Melissa Lopez | The Post

Reading Week in the ‘6ix’ continues to inform you for the last time before classes begin on Monday.

Our series reading week in the ‘6ix’ has officially come to close as it is the last day of reading week. So for one last time, here is what’s happening in Toronto for Sunday, Feb 25th.

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White Brick Kitchen

Where can you find American comfort food in Toronto? Obviously, its in Koreatown! This brunch hot spot has proven to be an excellent Sunday morning starter for most Torontonians. The White Brick Kitchen was founded by a team of brothers, Stephen and Matthew Howell who have made the restaurant the brunch staple it is today. With so many delicious items on the menu, their most popular continues to be the chicken and waffles. Try it out today as your next brunch spot.

Location: 641 Bloor St W

Hours of operation: 9:00 am- 3:00 pm on Sundays

Audience: All ages

More information via White Brick Kitchen.

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Bloor-Yorkville Icefest

The Bloor-Yorkville Icefest returns for another year of breathtaking, icy sculptures. This years theme is Medieval Times and there is no doubt the festival will come in short on 11th century culture. The festival always includes ice carving competitions and the icefest lounge. Best of all, the event is free!

Location: Village of  Yorkville Park

Hours of operation: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Audience: All ages

More information via Icefest.

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The Underground

Do you dance with two left feet? Or are you a professional dancer? At the Underground there’s a class for everyone. The Underground Dance Centre provides classes of different dance genres and dance levels. From beginner to intermiediate/advanced. In either of the classes you will have stepped out of your comfort zone and hopefully learned some new moves.

Location: 220 Richmond St W

Hours of operation: 8:00 am- 12:00 am

Audience: All ages

More information via the Underground. 

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Thanks for reading our series Reading Week in the ‘6ix,’ and let us know if you would like to see more articles on Toronto events! See you all at GH!

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Written by Melissa Lopez-Martinez

Melissa Lopez-Martinez is a third year media student at the University of Guelph-Humber.

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