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Although Sep is positively a month that spells out behind to propagandize and behind to business, there’s still copiousness of fun for those of us formed in Toronto. Whether you’re an determined comedian or an zealous reader, a city offers a informative or artistic eventuality for only about everybody this month. Those of who are in a mood for a giggle should positively conduct down to JFL42, a annual comedy festival that is slated to strike Toronto from Sep 21 to Sep 30. This year, there are 42 comedy acts for people to see. Rising star Ali Wong is a stand-up comic that will be a partial of this year’s lineup, in further to Saturday Night Live comedians Jay Pharoah, Janeane Garofalo and Jenny Slate, who are also slated to perform.
For those of us who are intrigued by literature, book nerds can glory at The Word on a Street Festival. The annual book and repository festival takes place on Sep 24th during a Harbourfront Centre. This is a 28th year of a festival, and will embody appearances from many Canadian authors, such as Elizabeth Hay and Marguerite Andersen. If we adore adding new tomes to your home library, there will be copiousness of books to select from, as there will be over 200 vendors during a festival as well.