A weekly digest of what’s on this weekend including weekend activities, festivals, concerts, live theatre, markets, exhibitions, sports, nightlife and more!
Events this week in Toronto
A digest of Weekend activities with Kids including free and fun family activities family festivals, events, live theatre for kids and children’s concerts in GTA.
Here is a short list of ideas to celebrate 2017 Valentine’s Day in Toronto with your special someone.
List of places and things to do to celebrate, the cultural icon of Scotland – Robbie Burns’ Birthday in Toronto.
Learn about Whisky, enjoy poetry night, an evening of foot stomping ceilidh, traditional Scottish Country Dances and Scottish dinner.
A list of free places to visit, free upcoming events and free activities in Toronto and GTA.
Free Places to Visit, Free Family Activities & Cheap Ways to Explore Toronto North America’s fourth largest city situated on the shore of Lake Ontario is a delight to explore and with a little planning some of the best attractions in Toronto can be enjoyed free of charge or on… Read More >>
A Great Place for a Free/Cheap Day Trip. The BEST part about visiting Scarborough with family is that other than the zoo and the Scarborough museum, exploring Scarborough is absolutely FREE!
A list of 25+ free fun events in Toronto and GTA during January including fun family activities, festivals, live music, adult events and more! Must-Do free events include Canada on Screen series during Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival, Toronto Design Offsite Festival, University of Toronto’s New Music Festival, and Concert by Toronto Mendelssohn Choir… Read More >>
Events, Activities and Festivals happening in Toronto during January 2017. Highlights of this month include premiere food festival – Winterlicious, Next Stage Theatre Festival, Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival, Fire & Ice Winter Festival, York University Crossroads Literary and Reading Festival, and Toronto Tea Festival.
A list of most of the performing arts events happening in Toronto & GTA including ballet, dance, opera, comedy and musical during January 2017
A list of things to do on New Years Eve including family events, activities and adult parties in Guelph, ON to ring in 2017.
Wondering what to do on New Years Eve with kids & family in GTA? Where to see the fireworks and which family events to attend to ring in 2017. This article lists most of the New Years Eve family events happening across GTA including Regions of Peel, Halton, Durham, & York.
A list of 5 craft fairs and markets to do your last minute Christmas Shopping.
A list of New Years Eve Parties & Events for Adults (few are all ages) to ring in 2017. Events listed include comedy, New Years Eve cruises and some of the best NYE events, parties and nightclubs to ring in the New Year in Toronto and the GTA! For NYE… Read More >>
List of things to do in Toronto and GTA this winter including winter activities, festivals, exhibitions, sports and related activities, concerts and live theatre.
A list of 2016 – 2017 winter festivals in and around Toronto.
A list of Beer, Wine & Spirit Festivals in Toronto. Wine festivals that are part of food festivals are not included in this article. Burlington Winter Beer Festival Products from over 30 breweries, cider houses and wineries; loads of food options from local venues; and live music all weekend! This year,… Read More >>
A list of Arts & Theatre Festivals in Toronto celebrating theatre, dance, music, literature, visual arts, magic, and more! Next Stage Theatre Festival The Next Stage Theatre Festival (NSTF) is the premiere winter theatre event in the city. Produced by the Toronto Fringe, NSTF is a platform for past Fringe… Read More >>
A list of 40+ Music Festivals in Toronto, including classical music, contemporary music festivals, electronic dance music festivals, jazz festivals, and more! New Music Festival The 2017 New Music Festival is centred around the work of visiting prominent Italian composer Salvatore Sciarrino and features several Italian guest performers including violinist… Read More >>
A list of places to go snow tubing- the sophisticated cousin of old fashioned sledding.
With absolutely no skills necessary, snow tubing is a great winter family fun to get your heart pumping with the all thrill.
Where to hit the powder?
Whether you want to learn or cannot wait to hit the powder to experience the thrill of downhill skiing, there are quite a few options for skiing and snowboarding in and around Toronto.
A list of places to find Canadian Polar Bear Swimmers on New Year’s Day and where to go for charity frosty dips on New Year’s Day.
Where to Toboggan in Greater Toronto Area?