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Plenty of fun indoor activities

<p>With the bitter cold and snow squalls keeping people from wanting to go outdoors, there are tons of indoor events around the city that will keep your toes toasty and warm.</p>



With the bitter cold and snow squalls keeping people from wanting to go outdoors, there are tons of indoor events around the city that will keep your toes toasty and warm.



And if it seems like spring break will never get here, try taking your mind off it by enjoying some theatre.



After a great run last summer, Evil Dead: The Musical is returning to the Diesel Playhouse on Valentine’s Day and sticking around through to April 5. Catch the comedic musical based on the cult-classic ‘80s film, starring Broadway and film star Ryan Ward, about five college students that go to a cabin in the woods and accidentally release an evil power. Tickets range from $29.50 to $75.



For the shoe lovers, why not visit The Shoe Affair at Bayview Village Shopping Centre, running from Feb. 11 to 17, for some great deals, hot picks for spring, demonstrations and pampering your feet.



Of course, there’s always the 2008 Canadian International Autoshow to take advantage of at the Rogers Centre and Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South Building) Feb. 15 to 24.



Car makers will be featuring their newest designs and promotions at the show, including North American and Canadian premieres. Tickets range from $7 to $40.



Everyone knows the story about the most famous ship in the world, and now you can explore a little more into the story at the Ontario Science Centre’s Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.



Only on until March 16, visitors can see real artifacts recovered from nearly 4 kilometres below the sea. Tickets range from $19.50 to $29.50.

 
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