Arts and Crafts

From workshops to craft fairs, gallery shows and local festivals, there are many arts & crafts activities for families to enjoy across Toronto and the GTA.

Link Music Lab Kids: “A Thousand and One Nights”

Link Music Lab Kids in association with Small World Music presents “A Thousand and One Nights”, a two-day, family-friendly event about Nowruz, which marks the Persian New Year on the vernal equinox. The event includes concert performing songs in the spirit of spring, along with storytelling and arts and crafts,
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One Of A Kind Spring Show

One Of A Kind Spring Show has everything you need to be ready for warmer weather over the Easter Long Weekend while getting crafty and supporting local artisans. The show features fashion shows, Main Stage Presentations with designers and foodies, a Craft Corner with fun free classes and Late Night
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Home Depot: Free Kids Workshops

Home Depot Free Kids Workshops are a fun way to spend a Saturday morning at your local hardware store! Kids between the ages of 4-12 years can hammer and glue to create an exciting new woodworking craft project (with parental supervision). Note: Pre-registration is now required.  This month’s craft: Build
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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO): March Break Events

Families can get creative at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) over March Break, with kid-focused programming, interactive art activations, afternoon karaoke in Walker Court and ongoing maker stations. Pick up a free kid-friendly AGO PLAY activity booklet, which details lots of artistic adventures, such as art-making challenges and a
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Winter Stations Design Competition

The Winter Stations Design Competition displays temporary public art installations from Canadian and international winners, celebrating Toronto’s winter waterfront landscape with this year’s theme: “Resonance”. The interactive pieces incorporate the existing lifeguard towers in the east-end Beach neighbourhood along Kew and Woodbine beaches, which act as visual anchor points. Winter
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Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

The popular walk-through Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is back, with over 600,000 cubit feet of Van Gogh’s spectacular works illuminated by giant projections. Be immersed in Van Gogh’s works from his sunny landscapes and night scenes to his portraits and still life, including works Les Mangeurs de Pommes de Terre
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Light It Up: An East Toronto Lantern Celebration

Celebrate the Spring Equinox and fill the sky with lanterns at Light It Up: An East Toronto Lantern Celebration, presented by East End Arts, Shadowland Theatre and Workman Arts. There are free weekly lantern-making workshops at the Crescent Town Club from February 1–March 14 (free registration required), or you can
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