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This week’s happenings: 4 see-them-while-you-can events to catch this week

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This week’s happenings: 4 see-them-while-you-can events to catch this week

TORONTO: WORLDLY CAUSE Status: This weekend What: Wander, Wonder, a travel photo exhibit of the 10 months Kris Reyes, Global Toronto's The Morning Show news anchor, and her husband David Leggett spent travelling Nepal, Southeast Asia, New Zealand, Australia and Hawaii in 2010. When: Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. Where:   Andrew Richard Designs, 571 Adelaide St. East. Buzzworthy notes: The 15 works of the exhibit will be up for auction with proceeds to be donated to Artists for Peace and Justice, a non-profit charity serving the poorest communities in Haiti. TORONTO: STOCKING STUFFER Status: Afternoon holiday shopping What: Pick up one-of-a-kind gifts homemade by local artisans at the Drake Hotel's Holiday Popup Shop this weekend. When: Saturday Dec. 1-2, 11AM to 4PM. Where: Room 222, 1150 Queen St. West, Toronto. Buzzworthy notes: This year give thoughtful and offbeat DIY-somethings special for the holidays (vintage ornaments, tarot cards) that you don't actually have to make yourself. Read on for more buzzworthy events taking place across Canada this week! TORONTO: FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHT Status: Last call What:  Don't go gently into the Light-- The Royal Ontario Museum's last night of #FNLROM, a late night of dancing, snacking and exploring the museum. When: Friday Nov. 30, doors open at 7PM. Where: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto. Buzzworthy notes: Peruse the latest exhibits to tunes spun by DJs Southern Shores, DJ Medley; pop-up eats; $10 cover; $9, students/seniors; ROM members, free. VANCOUVER: HOLIDAY WEEKEND Status: This weekend only What:  It wouldn't be the most wonderful time of without the Christmas markets: check out the  West Coast Christmas Show & Marketplace. When: Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. Where: Tradex, Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre, 1190 Cornell Street, Abbotsford, B.C. Buzzworthy notes: Get decked this season with homebaked goods (of the seasonally edible and non-edible sort), Festival of Trees, live carols and photo ops with Santa, of course. Have an upcoming event you’d like us to feature? Let us know at buzz.list@ellecanada.com!
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This week’s happenings: 4 see-them-while-you-can events to catch this week