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August 10th to 16th

Since there are still no large-scale events due to the pandemic, most of our weekly events are still virtual. However, scroll down to find things you can do safely outside, as well as reopened attractions in our city.
From all of us at ExploreTO, be safe, and enjoy your week!
Virtual Events
Monday August 10th
Data Science and AI: Your Career Starts Here|7 PM
Bluffers Beach Community Clean Up|6 PM
Youtube SEO with Elif Hiz - Facebook Live|5 PM
Boys and Girls Regalia Making|11 AM
COVID and Back to School plans: Parents talking to Parents|7 PM
Paint Night on Zoom - Bokeh Sunflowers|6 PM
Talking to Children about Race|7 PM
Tuesday August 11th
Five Points, NYC's Most Notorious 19th-Century Slum Webinar|1 PM
National Face Mask Day at Lush Walnut Street|11 AM
400 Years of Horse Power: The Engine That Built NYC Webinar|8 PM
The Art of Pickling with Liz Alpern and Jeff Yoskowitz|7 PM
Students with IEPs and the 2020-21 School Year|12 PM
Bat Chat: A Sky Puppy Party for the Whole Family|7 PM
Meteor Showers|7 PM
Merlin Bird ID: Tips, Tricks, and Updates|12 PM
Members Event - Gertrude Jekyll, the Garden, and the Photograph|5 PM
Art History From Home: Me, Myself, and I|6 PM
Wednesday August 12th
Stories From The Porch - Drag Queen Story Time|6 PM
Pennsylvania Station:The Most Beautiful Train Station Ever Built|8 PM
Scugog River Sunrise! ~ Virtual PWJ ~ Free|6 PM
Profs & Pints Online: Literature for a Pandemic|7 PM
Museum Crawl: Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum of Turin)|12 PM
Virtual Lecture: Chinatown’s Historic Signage|7 PM
Vegan Spanish Cuisine cooking class|5 PM
Star Talk: How to Measure the Universe's Oldest Light|6 PM
How To Start A Podcast|3 PM
Online Quilt Festival|10 AM
Thursday August 13th
Trauma-Informed Care of Sexual Assault Survivors: SACHA Workshop|6 PM
California Beach Sunset -Paint Night on Zoom|7 PM
Detroit Institute of Arts - FREE Online/Virtual Museum Tour via Zoom!|8 PM
Virtual Program: US Civil War “Colored Troops” in Arlington|7 PM
Virtual Car Show|12 PM
Milwaukee Irish Fest At Home - presented by CiderBoys|6 PM
Opera Pub: The Next Generation|8 PM
Dr. Ruth’s Journey from a Holocaust Orphan to Fame|8 PM
Friday August 14th
Women of Aerospace Series - Kristen Facciol|6 PM
Teal Barn Free Paint Night - FB LIVE|6 PM
Blueberry picking and Berry Teachings|12 PM
In Plain Sight: The Mansions of Midtown Webinar|5 PM
To Oz? To Oz! An online Oz event|1 PM
Old New York Told Through Antique 16mm Projector Short Films|8 PM
Nikola Tesla: The Man Who Sparked the Electrical Revolution|1 PM
Saturday August 15th
Virtual Photography Class - Travel Photography|10 AM
Japan's Koi Pond - Paint Night on Zoom|1 PM
Wine glass Painting|3 PM
Sunday August 16th
Online Baking Workshop: French Macaron and Buttercream Filling|1 PM
Online Baking Workshop: Dipped Donuts|2 PM
Virtual Photography Class - Food Photography|9 AM
Greek Village - Paint Night on Zoom|1 PM
Zoom Painting Tutorial of Cottage - $10|1 PM

Safe Things To Do Outside
Spend Time in Nature | It’s finally getting warm enough to enjoy the outdoors. Check out the top nearby parks and hikes
Bike Ride | Take a leisurely ride along the lakeshore. If you don’t own a bike you can rent through Bike Share (bring sanitizer if you do!)
Take Up Outdoor Photography | Up Your Photo Game!
Explore Graffiti Streets | Take a stroll through these alleys of graffiti!
Swimming Pools and Splash Pads| As the city opens up again, so do public pools and splash pads to keep the hot weather at bay. Check out your local pools here
Things To Do From Home Virtually
Virtual Theatre | These theatre companies are providing shows online to watch during COVID. Whether you like Broadway musicals or Shakespeare you'll be sure to find something here!
Virtual Games | Ranging from from classic games like Bingo, to newer actives such as escape rooms, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Play alone or with friends and family, you're sure to have a blast!
Virtual Museum Tours | These museums are offering free tours for you to explore while you're at home
Virtual Fitness | A collection of virtual fitness classes, playlists, and challenges
Virtual Classes | A blend of online classes to take while you're at home
Other Things To Do In The City
- Visit the ROM, the AGO, or the Gardiner museums, all of which have opened up again
- Have a bite to eat on a patio outside
- Head over to Ripley's Aquarium to see the aquatic animals
- Visit the Toronto Zoo Scenic Safari Drive Thru
- Take a trip to the Toronto Islands
- Visit reopened gyms, movie theatres, and casinos
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[Race Report] Brewers Mini-Marathon (8 minute PR since June)

(What's up with "Mini-Marathon?" It was a half marathon. I noticed there are a few races that call these mini marathons. I don't like it. It sounds dumb).
About me:
I started running in 2010 and managed to not improve for about 4 1/2 years. I stayed at a 11:00 - 12:00 pace for most of my running career, occasionally beating out a single mile at a 10:00 pace. This year, thanks in a big part to this subreddit, I decided I was sick of being slow and worked on improving. My previous half marathon PR was 2:22, which I beat in June with a 2:14. So, I'm still slow, but I'm improving.
Why this race?
As a Milwaukee Brewers fan, I attended Brewers On Deck last January, which is basically a big Brewers festival to keep baseball fans happy during the long winter. While I was there, I saw they were taking registrations for the Brewers Mini Marathon, and offered a free Hank the Dog bobblehead if you registered at Brewers On Deck. Half marathon is a fun distance for me, but I'll be honest: I registered for the sole purpose of getting the bobblehead. And September seemed so far away at the time.
Fast forward to September: I realize that I have a race every weekend in September, culminating with my "A" race - a 50K - on October 3. Crap. This is not a great time for a half marathon. Totally bad planning. I thought about dropping the Brewers race, but I changed my mind. I paid for it, so I might as well run it. Easy pace, fun race atmosphere - why not?
The Race
I was truly surprised at how big this race was. They run a 10K that starts at 7:00 a.m, and the mini-marathon kicks off at 7:15, and I'd estimate that there were about 5,000 runners between the two races. The race begins at Miller Park, heads towards downtown Milwaukee, and winds back up to Miller Park via some city streets with a nice run through Miller Valley, home of the Miller Brewing Company. On paper, it seemed like a fun course.
Race Day
I had a really rough week physically and my legs were sore thanks to a stupid heavy lifting session I fit in on Tuesday. I woke up race day morning feeling queasy and almost went back to bed, but I got myself up and headed out with the plan of beating my previous PR (2:14), but only by a little. I figured I'd shoot for 2:10. This wasn't my A race, and I wasn't training for this distance so I knew I was a little unclear on how to pace myself.
I positioned myself somewhere between the 2:05 and 2:10 pace groups, reasoning that I could adjust as needed. Within the first mile I had left the 2:05 pace group in the dust. I was running around 9:05 miles and feeling great about it. I decided to keep a steady pace as best I could and re-evaluate around 5K. I turned on the Spotify running feature which finds songs to match your pace. I hadn't used it before and I really enjoyed it.
The sights going into downtown were fun. We ran by the Potowatomi Bingo Casino and the Harley Davidson museum. My only complaint here was that there I experienced some fascinating new smells in this section of the city that I never need to experience again. Ew. I was also surprised by all of the rolling hills - I've driven through these neighborhoods a million times but I guess you don't notice the hills so much from a car.
There were some looping segments here so I saw the 2:05 pace group well behind me, and by 5K I was still feeling good. I thought I'd re-evaluate at 10K as I was on pace to hit my first sub-60 10K. I planned to take a GU then as well bit I remembered that I didn't grab my GU. Seriously? Am I new at this? Shit. Well, too late to do anything about it now. I kept on and hit the 10K at 57:14. Sweet!
The miles went on with more hills than I anticipated, but I managed them well. After Mile 7 I started walking briefly through every other water stop as I was getting a bit dry. I came through the** 15K at 1:26:52** which had me on track for a really strong finish.
And this is where I'll leave out some details, but let's just say that I'll never run another half without taking some Immodium beforehand. My stomach started cramping around Mile 11, and I had to walk to the next set of porta-potties. I ducked in to the restroom just in time to see the 2:05 pace group pass. Lots of swear words happened. I think I lost at least 3 minutes during this endeavor. When I finished I ran a rage mile at just over 8:00 because I was so angry at my stomach for betraying me. It was kind of fun blowing past, like, everyone at that point.
The race wound back towards Miller Park with a few nice downhill sections. The route continued through Miller Park where runners could see themselves on the scoreboard screen which was kind of fun. The finish line was just outside the ballpark. I came in at 2:06:42 (official time) with 2:04:01 showing in my Strava data. That's 8 minutes faster than my previous PR which I set in June, so I know I should be happy but I can't help but think of those lost minutes spent in the bathroom. I easily would have been under 2:05 if not for the bathroom break, and possibly close to 2:03. I have no more half marathons on the calendar this year, but I feel like I'll be going sub-2:00 next time. I guess considering that my first half marathon was a 2:38, I feel pretty great about this progress.
The amount of stuff being handed out at the finish line was comical. I couldn't possibly carry all of the food they were shoving at me. Bottle of water, a protein/milk shake, 2 cookies, a bag of chips, a Bonk Breaker bar, a banana, and a cheese stick were all shoved at me before I was corralled down to the post-race party where my race entry entitled me to two beers. I chugged the water and the protein shake, stuck the cheese stick and banana in my bra, shoved the Bonk Breaker in my pocket and tucked the chips into my pants. Class act, I am. Bummer for me though, my stomach was still feeling really sensitive so I skipped the beers.
In all, I probably won't run this race again. It happens during the busiest part of race season, and frankly, I like a lot of other races better. The route was mildly interesting on the way out, and rather dull on the way back. Unlike races like the Summerfest Rock n Sole, there was nothing about it that was so special that I feel compelled to run it again.
Unless, of course, they come out with a new Hank bobblehead for next year's race.
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