Power of Movement
Where: Ryerson University - Kerr Hall Upper Gym
On Sunday thousands of Canadians will do yoga to raise funds for critical arthritis research at Power of Movement 2010. A yoga “mega-sessions” will take place at 11 a.m. www.powerofmovement.ca.
Toronto Sketch Comedy: Festival’s Best of the Fest Encore Show
When: Friday, 10 p.m.
Where: 51 Mercer
The Second City presents Cleveland-based Last Call Cleveland, and Toronto duos Haircut (pictured) and Accidental Company, will all perform with no regard for medals. $12. www.torontosketchfest.com.
DanceWorks Shared Program
When: Friday to Sunday, 8 p.m.
Where: Enwave Theatre
It’s Denise Fujiwara’s 32nd year in dance and she’s still going strong, now with “Lost & Found,” a 30-minute solo performance. $28/$18 students, seniors. www.danceworks.ca.
The Artist Project
When: Friday to Monday
Where: Queen Elizabeth Building, 200 Princes’ Blvd.
With over 175 contemporary artists displaying and selling their works, you might have to dip into that savings account. 416-960-3680. $8-$12. Visit www.theartistprojecttoronto.com.
When: Saturday, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne
In partnership with Epitaph, Chicago-based Alkaline Trio recently formed Heart & Skull, a venture freeing them from their previous label troubles. With that freedom came This Addiction, an album that marks a return to their early work, both in terms of its punk-rock sounds and minimal production. Tickets: $23.50.
Where: Sneady Dee’s
The best power-pop might match its sweetness, but rarely does it have theunbridled joy that emanates from every pore of giddy Florida foursome Surfer Blood. With Pitchfork kudos for their new album Astro Coast rocketing them around the blogosphere, catch them now while you don’t have to bring binoculars to the gig to see them smile. With Turbo Fruits, Ten Kens. $10.
Mix of Six: March 5 - 7
Power of Movement