Events to brighten up January

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After the high brought about by the high-entertainment month of December comes the inevitable crash in January when reality strikes. The endless deep freeze doesn’t help, yet there are things happening in the city that could help lift your spirits.

No Pants Subway Ride 
Some say pants are just a word for leg jail, according to organizers of the annual No Pants Subway ride. This is an event that happens around the world. Here’s how it goes down, it is a day when people are encouraged to drop their pants and hop on the subway and ride it like it was no big deal. It can be a bewildering sight for many riders especially if they aren’t aware of this annual charade. Anyone who wants to put a smile on their face and have a day of free entertainment, we suggest you head downtown and just keep riding or exploring the subway system, you will chance upon some cool young people in their fancy underwear.

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PAMA Activities
You could also head over to PAMA (Peel Art Gallery Museum) on 9 Wellington St E where you can explore your creative side with the family in tow if you like. There are plenty of drop-in activities in the cost of PAMA admission.

Or if you are feeling low, then head over for a mind, body and soul makeover with a meditation practice. Join Suraj Malhotra, founder of the Vedic Spiritual Centre and Master Vedic Astrologer to master techniques to center your mind. Register by sending an email to [email protected]

Pokémon School
Kids who want to up their game of Pokémon, could attend Pokémon School. Yes, that’s right. The school offers a free event every Saturday from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., where entire families can play Pokémon, or learn with knowledgeable members at the store. There is a free raffle for a booster pack for all people who attend and play. All this happens at the Hobby Studio at 21 Queen Street West.

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Autism Ontario Skate
Families are invited to come out for an enjoyable family skating at the Cassie Campbell Community Centre. The rink will be used exclusively for Autism Ontario Peel for the hour! A limited number of loaner skates are available at no cost, if needed. – CINEWS

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