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Toronto Zoo Halloween Events Are Back Again This Year

Enjoy spooky family-friendly fun at the Toronto Zoo! The zoo is celebrating all things Halloween this week, both at home and in person. Events include Bat Week, Virtual Halloween Silent Auction and Halloween at the Zoo. Bat Week – October 24-30 Learn more about these misunderstood and fascinating mammals virtually
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AGO Fall Virtual Program
The AGO Fall Virtual School Program Is Back In Session!

The Art Gallery of Ontario’s Fall Virtual School Program is back, live-broadcasting every Monday to Friday over Zoom. It is FREE for parents, guardians, students and teachers, and every day brings something new and exciting. Each 30-minute live session features a discussion about an artwork, some art-making and a mindfulness
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Riverside Howl-O-Ween
Riverside Howl-O-Ween is a Week-Long Free Community Party

Riverside is a vibrant east-end community centred on Queen Street East between the DVP and train tracks east of De Grassi Street. This year, they are having spooky FREE fun throughout the week leading up to Halloween at Riverside Howl-O-Ween with free treat bags and a pumpkin giveaway, spooky dance
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halloween kids shows cbc gem
Stream Free Halloween Kids Shows on CBC Gem

  CBC Gem is a great website to stream FREE shows for kids and adults alike. For Halloween, they have compiled the spookiest and best of CBC Kids programming to satisfy all of your little monsters! Shows Include: Addison The Adventures of Paddington The Art Show Becca’s Bunch The Bravest
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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Pivots To A Free Online Five-Day Event

One of Toronto’s favourite annual events, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, is pivoting to a FREE online affair for 2021. The Royal Education Week will be celebrating, sharing and inspiring viewers with exciting educational programming. This year, the Royal Agricultural Virtual Experience will still include many of our favourite aspects
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Scouts Canada Youth Sustainability Panel
Scouts Canada Hosts a Free Youth Sustainability Panel

Join Scouts Canada at their free online Youth Sustainability Panel, amplifying young voices to engage and inspire the next generation. It brings together teenage sustainability leaders with young people across Canada to explore youth leadership and sustainable action. Working collectively towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, its aim is
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Steam Era Lecture
Steam Era Online Lecture by Toronto Railway Museum

Join the Toronto Railway Museum for the next lecture in their 2021 online series,”Through the Window of a Train: Hilarious, Hazardous, and Historical Memories from the Steam Era”. If you’ve ever been curious about the lives of people on board a moving train, or wanted to take a nostalgic trip
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October Event Guide Toronto
October Event Guide for Family Fun in Toronto

October in Ontario is a beautiful time of year with comfortable temperatures and brightly-coloured foliage. You can go for a nice walk in nature (check out our list of Toronto’s hiking trails), go apple picking, and of course, go to a pumpkin patch to find yourself the perfect jack-o-lantern canvas. Plus,
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Scouts Canada
Explore the World with the Scouts Canada Sustainability Challenge

Children and youth across the country are invited to take part in an epic, eight-week Scouts Canada Sustainability Challenge called “Around the World in 60 Days”. Through fun and engaging activities rooted in sustainability, young Canadians will embark on exciting story-driven adventures set virtually in eight different countries. The activities
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TIFA Kids
Read Up with TIFA Kids Online!

The Toronto International Festival of Authors’ children’s events, TIFA Kids, returns this year with an online program. Canadian and international authors, illustrators and performers come together virtually to talk about their work and explore their wide-ranging literary themes. Furthermore, families can experience interactive readings, draw-alongs, live discussions and spoken word
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