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11/17/2016 Photo 101 Grads Exhibit Downtown Free

We're very excited to see what this year's Photo 101 Grads Contest has in store. Every year we see phenominal photographs taken all over the world by past and present Photo 101 graduates. This year surely won't disapoint! This exhibit night, held at the culmination of the 8 week contest, will display finalists from each week. Join us for a night of amazing photography, food, wine and incredible prizes! At 8PM we will be selecting a GRAND PRIZE WINNER and PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD. Please RSVP to get on the guest list by Nov 15, 2016 to: or our Facebook event
by via City of Toronto All Events

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