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16 Fun Things To Do With Your BFF This Reading Week In Toronto

Midterms are almost in full swing, which means stress levels are rising for many students. Luckily with midterms coming up, that also means reading week is right around the corner.  We think it's safe to assume that you have earned a much-needed break, and now it's finally here!

For those of you looking to plan your school-free week this February, we have compiled a list of 16 fun things to do in the city with your best friend in Toronto.

Have fun, and take advantage of your time off!

1. Test out your problem-solving skills at this horror themed escape room.

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2. Get your workout on at Pursuit OCR.

3. Escape the cold weather at Cloud Gardens.

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4. Have a couple drinks on Toronto's very own heated patio.

5. Fuel your vinyl addiction at these Toronto spots.

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6. Pamper yourself at Her Majesty's Pleasure.

7. Treat yourself to some crazy milkshakes at Niche.

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8. Get tipsy for cheap at some of these Toronto bars.

9. Go see the new 50 Shades Darker movie together.

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10. Grab a coffee together at FIKA.

11. Treat yourself to a boozy brunch at some of these Toronto spots.

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12. Check out the Beauty And The Beast event at Casa Loma.

13. Support your city at a Raptors Game.

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14. Take advantage of the Freaks and Geeks marathon at TIFF.

15. Check out the pop art exhibit at the AGO.

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16. Go ice skating at Nathan Philips Square.

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