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Christmas Black Creek Pioneer Village
Discover the Joy of Christmas Past at Black Creek Pioneer Village

Experience an old-fashioned Christmas at Black Creek Pioneer Village! There are numerous events happening throughout December. See the buildings in all their festive finery, stop at crackling bonfires to enjoy an old-fashioned yarn, tap your toes to a Victorian dance and discover the joy of times long ago. Christmas on
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Toy Stores Toronto
Our Guide to Independent Toy and Gift Stores in Toronto

OMG, it’s already time to start shopping for the holidays! There are so many terrific independent stores in Toronto to find your kids the perfect gift without lining the pockets of a rich CEO (ahem). There are some stores who cross over from strictly toys and gifts into baby equipment,
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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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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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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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Casa Loma Legends Of Horror
Meet the Legends of Horror at Casa Loma

Casa Loma presents its annual Halloween installation, Legends of Horror, now in its sixth year. It’s a self-guided tour of the historic building and property known as “promenade theatre”. Each location introduces ghostly new characters and creepy environmental theatrical presentations. Spooks and surprises await! Start your experience on the two-kilometre
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Halloween Hootenanny at Black Creek Pioneer Viillage
Black Creek Becomes a Creepy Halloween Village

Creep around the Black Creek Pioneer Village for their Halloween events this year. There are two spooky tours to choose from – and don’t forget to wear your Halloween costume! “Halloween Fun” For families with children ages 8 and younger Something is not quite right at Black Creek Pioneer Village!
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All Aboard The Safety Train: Railway Safety In Canada
Toronto Railway Museum Presents Railway Online Safety Lecture

Join the Toronto Railway Museum on Wednesday, September 29 for the online lecture “All Aboard The Safety Train: Railway Safety In Canada” as part of their 2021 series Railway Ties. The museum has partnered with Operation Lifesaver Canada in honour of Railway Safety Week (September 21 – 27) to advocate
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Niagara Parks Power Station
Discover the Niagara Parks Power Station’s Currents

Experience the remarkable Niagara Parks Power Station in a whole new way with Currents: Niagara’s Power Transformed. It’s an epic sight and sound night show that opens its doors to the public on September 3. Constructed in 1905, the Niagara Parks Power Station structure is considered to be the only
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ROM Great Whales
The ROM Gets Personal with Great Whales Exhibit

It seems like ages since we saw the Royal Ontario Museum’s exhibit Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story. It was only four years ago, but seems so much longer because museums were shuttered for most of 2020. This is our first time back to ROM since their reopening
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