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5 things to do this weekend: Toronto Rock, murder mystery and psychics

Alanna Kelly | posted Saturday, May 30th, 2015

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May 28 – May 30, 2015

Artless – Paint & Wine # 8: Grab a bottle of wine and head down to Artless to enjoy music, snacks and paint the night away. There will be a featured painting to recreate or you can spend the time working on your own masterpiece. Space is limited. Friday, $30, 477 Richmond Street, Unit 709

Midnight MRKT: Spring Edition: You can spend the evening shopping at this pop-up market from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. that pairs music, drinks, street-style food and vendors all while listening to a DJ. Friday, $5, 461 King St West

Murder at the ROM: A Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt: An art curator has been murdered and it’s up to you to can solve the mystery through tricky and humorous trivia questions. The historical, cultural and culinary scavenger hunt allows you to put on your detective hat in some of Toronto’s fascinating corners. Saturday, 1:30 until 3:30 p.m., $34.99, 100 Queen’s Park

Toronto Rock Playoffs: Game 1 of 3: One of Toronto’s sports teams is still fighting for a championship. The best of three all-Canadian NLL final kicks-off at 7 p.m. at home between the Edmonton Rush and our Toronto Rock. Saturday, $20-$90, 40 Bay St.

Psychic Brunch
Have a psychic read to you for an insightful 15 minutes while mowing down on brunch. The $29 fee includes a $5 meal voucher. Reservations are not needed to have your future uncovered. Sunday, $29, 488 Parliament St.

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