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Indigenous & Ingenious The beauty of aboriginal design minus the ugliness of cultural appropriation. Four Toronto-based indigenous artists - beadworker Naomi.


Indigenous & Ingenious

The beauty of aboriginal design minus the ugliness of cultural appropriation. Four Toronto-based indigenous artists – beadworker Naomi Smith, jeweller Barb Nahwegahbow, painter Mike Ormsby and photographer Jason Jenkins – showcase and sell their work at the Indigenous & Ingenious pop-up shop Friday (April 11) to April 18. The store is open at Communication Gallery (209 Harbord, communicationgallery.net.) from 11 am to 7 pm daily.

Shop till you drop

Vintage Crawl Toronto is back on April 17, with over 35 local vendors, including favourites Penny Arcade, Arts Market, Magwood, BYOB Cocktail Emporium and 69 Vintage. From deals to art shows to guest DJs, each store does something a little special to celebrate the occasion. The shopping goes on from 7 pm until midnight, so come with a full wallet and lots of energy to support Toronto’s indie retailers. Visit vintagecrawltoronto.com for more info.

Treat yourself

A little spa indulgence goes a long way. Get yourself ready for spring with Spa Week by Wayspa.com. From April 21 to 27, experience a variety of body treatments around the city for just $50. Make your reservation at wayspa.com.

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