Cheapies & Freebies

Raising a family is an expensive proposition these days, and everyone’s piggybank could use a little break, right? So we’ve compiled this list of Cheapies & Freebies to help lessen the load!

Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day falls on the first Saturday of May, so go to their store locator to find a local shop near you (be aware that not all locations include kids titles). There’s always something new and interesting to try out plus plenty of established favourites – be sure
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Toronto Coin Expo: Kid’s Collecting Workshop and Auction

With free admission for those aged 16 and under are free, kids can join the Toronto Coin Expo for a free educational workshop and auction to learn what coin collecting is all about. Coin collecting is a fun hobby, so meet follow collectors and then see the coin and banknote
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Party 4 Paws Pet Fair

Party 4 Paws Summer Pet Fair is a free paw-some weekend event filled with furry fun, where you can start your animal adoption journey, support local businesses, shop for your pets, and meet celebrity pets. Treat your four-legged friends to a two-day event out in the sun, with activities and
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Cineplex Cinemas: Family Favourites Saturday

Cineplex Cinemas’ Family Favourites program lets you enjoy discounted family-friendly movies every Saturday for only $2.99* a ticket! It’s an affordable way to spend time with your little ones, so grab some popcorn and check out the upcoming line-up of fun films. Upcoming Schedule: April 6 — Are You There
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Blue Jays Family Tips
Guide to Family Tips and Updates for the 2024 Toronto Blue Jays Season

The Toronto Blue Jays are back for more high-flying action for the 2024 season! It’s always a fun time to see a game at the Rogers Centre, so make the most of your time and money with our Guide to Family Tips and Updates for the 2024 Toronto Blue Jays
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Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open Toronto lets you explore more than 140 of our city’s most notable buildings and rediscover our city in a new way, all for FREE. Offerings include guided neighbourhood tours, city hall events, talks about urban design and music venues, music and sound programming, and virtual experiences. Doors Open
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Toronto Newcomer Day

Toronto Newcomer Day celebrates our city’s diversity by welcoming new citizens with activities and entertainment, as well as providing information so they can access a wide range of municipal services. This free event features a citizenship ceremony for new Canadians, live performances, kids activities, neighbourhood walking tours, prizes and giveaways, food
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Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA): Spring Bird Festival

Join the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) at Tommy Thompson Park for the free Spring Bird Festival, where families can learn about the amazing phenomenon of migration and also the importance of bird conservation. Go on a bird walk with a knowledgeable guide, take part in kid-friendly bird-themed games
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TIFF Next Wave Film Festival

TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) Next Wave Film Festival returns to the TIFF Bell Lightbox, offering brand-new movies FREE for anyone under 25 (young people can also sign up for the TIFF Under-25 Free Pass here, which features awesome benefits to catch TIFF films and take advantage of exclusive year-round
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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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