Arts and Crafts

December Event Guide
Your Guide to December Events in Toronto and the GTA

Wow, it’s already December… time flies when you’re having fun! No matter what year-end holiday you celebrate, you’ll find fun indoor and outdoor events in the GTA this month. There will be plenty of bright lights on wintery trees, sugar-plum fairies, jolly dudes in red hats, yummy food and wobbly
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Mississauga Festival of Trees
Mississauga Festival of Trees Celebrates the Joy of the Winter Season

The Mississauga Festival of Trees is a unique new winter event this holiday season! Its aim is to bring joy to visitors, re-engage the community and support the arts and culture sector. It’s all happening at the beautiful Small Arms Inspection Building, a historic venue along the lakeshore in Mississauga.
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stackt market Holiday Hills
stackt market Holiday Hills Is A Free Downtown Outdoor Festival

stackt market, an innovative downtown outdoor market and event space comprised of shipping containers, is bring seasonal festivals back with Holiday Hills. Over five weeks, the holiday festival hosts vendor markets and 26 resident stores for holiday shopping, plus live music showcases, local art, holiday-themed workshops and unique dining experiences.
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Christmas Event Guide
Your Guide to Christmas Events in Toronto for 2021

It’s finally time for Your Guide to Christmas Events in Toronto 2021! We’ve been making our list and checking it *thrice*, so here are the top festive events happening in the GTA. There are many different types of family-friendly activities to partake in – festivals, light displays, performances, markets, food
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Weston Winterfest
Weston Winterfest Is A Free Neighbourhood Holiday Party

Make your way to the Weston Village in the city’s northwest end for a FREE local winter festival, aptly named Weston Winterfest! It takes place in the Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West neighbourhood, with activities centred around the Artscape Weston Commons. Activities Include: Free hot chocolate, hot apple cider
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Niemi Farm Christmas Market
Niemi Farm Becomes a Magical Outdoor Christmas Market

The Niemi Family Farm has turned into a Christmas Market with a Scandinavian flair. Shop for local products, enjoy fresh food like hearty soup and hot apple cider or hot chocolate, and warm up by a toasty fire. The farm forest is set up with twinkly lights for photo opportunities,
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Pingles Farm Christmas
Pingle’s Farm Market Has Holly Jolly Christmas Fun

Have a holly jolly good time this Christmas at Pingle’s Farm Market in Hampton, east of Oshawa. Children will enjoy craft activities, story time, farm animals, a wagon ride and a socially-distanced photo with Santa Claus. Make sure to dress for the weather to fully enjoy your visit to the
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BMO 1st Art! Competition
BMO 1st Art! Competition Celebrates the Creativity of Art School Students

Attention creative students! The BMO 1st Art! competition celebrates the creativity of art school students from over 100 post-secondary institutions across Canada. The national winner is awarded $15,000 and the regional winners each receive $7,500. Every year, BMO Financial Group invites the deans and instructors of undergraduate-level certificate, diploma, or
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November Event Guide
Our November Event Guide for Family Fun in Toronto

November is that in-between month, between Halloween and Christmas, and between the warm Autumn and crisp Winter. But as far as family-friendly events go, it’s still really busy as Halloween happenings are winding down and holiday events are ramping up. (Stay tuned for our Christmas Event Guide coming soon!) So,
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Immersive Nutcracker
The Immersive Nutcracker Brings Tchaikovsky’s Masterpiece To Life

The Immersive Nutcracker is a winter miracle from the producers of the blockbuster, critically-acclaimed original Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker has enchanted families for nearly 130 years, with sweeping musical selections as “The March of the Toys” and “The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”. Now
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