Your culture attendant: things to do in Keswick

A THING TO DO TODAY

KESWICK
Price: $19.50 (adult admission)
Time: 1 hour
Once a month, you can get up close and personal with some modern or contemporary art: discover the secrets of a particular artwork at the Art Gallery of Ontario today, with an Artful Conversation, led by one of the museum's many experts at 1.30pm, beginning at the museum's Walker Court on Dundas Street West in Toronto.
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KESWICK
ONTARIO
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