Canada's Wonderland Spring Festivals
Canada’s Wonderland Spring Festivals are a Blast

Canada’s Wonderland is reopening for the 2022 season on April 30! Not only are there the thrill rides to experience, but there are also exciting events and festivals happening throughout the spring months. Spring Festivals Schedule: Opening Day (April 30) — Get ready for another year of big thrills and
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Casa Loma Princess Diana
Casa Loma Princess Diana Exhibition Honours the People’s Princess

Casa Loma presents the Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition, the first-ever walk-thru documentary telling the untold story of how a Princess changed the world. This photography and art exhibit happens at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma with custom art installations and larger-than-life images. For the first time, world-famous Royal Photographers (Anwar
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Monster Jam Hamilton
Monster Jam in Zooming into Hamilton!

Monster Jam is pulling into Hamilton! It’s full-throttle family fun and an action-packed motorsport with world-class athletes locked in intense competitions of speed and skill. Get ready for heated rivalries, high-flying stunts and fierce head-to-head battles for the Event Championship. These 12,000-pound monster trucks, including the legendary Grave Digger and
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Downsview Park Earth Day
Downsview Park Earth Day Festival Embraces Nature

Hug a tree and give thanks to Mother Nature at the Downsview Park Earth Day festival, with live music, food and market vendors, a scavenger hunt, open greenhouses, seed-ball making, nature play, a campfire and more. There are hands-on activities and opportunities to learn and connect with education staff and
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TIFF Next Wave
TIFF Next Wave Film Festival Promotes Youth in Film

TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) Next Wave Film Festival is back for an in-person event at the TIFF Bell Lightbox for 2022! Not only that, but it also includes brand new movies FREE for anyone under 25. Program Highlights: In Conversation With… — Interview with Mississauga-born actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Disney’s
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Little Canada Easter
Little Canada Easter Activities are Hopping!

Little Canada has lots of unique opportunities for giants of all ages to join with their Easter festivities. All of Little Canada’s Easter activities are offered free of charge with the purchase of General Admission passes. Activities include: Easter egg bunny decorating (12:00-4:00pm)  — This free activity is perfect for
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Cherry Blossoms Toronto
Where to See Cherry Blossoms in Toronto!

Toronto residents and visitors are obsessed with cherry blossoms! Technically called Sakura, these gorgeous flowering trees bloom each year between late April and early May (depending on weather conditions, of course). Gawkers descend upon parks across the GTA to stroll amongst the rows and, naturally, take lots of selfies! Don’t
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Toronto Railway Museum Millionaire
Toronto Railway Museum Discusses “The Missing Millionaire”

Join the Toronto Railway Museum and Katie Daubs for a free online lecture about the “The Missing Millionaire”, the Ambrose Small Mystery. Daubs will talk about the stranger-than-fiction characters involved and Toronto’s development as the drama around his disappearance unfolded. The lecture will bring you back to December 1919 and
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Round The Bend Easter
Easter Eggs-Perience at Round The Bend Farm

Round the Bend Farm is making Easter an enjoyable eggs-perience for families! Hunt for hidden eggs around the farm and exchange them for a pre-packaged Easter treat. In addition, there are baby animals to meet, crafts to make, and fun picture areas to enjoy. It’s festive and fun for the
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TYT Theatre Boy Monsters
TYT Theatre: “The Boy Who Loved Monsters and The Girl Who Loved Peas”

TYT Theatre presents “The Boy Who Loved Monsters and The Girl Who Loved Peas” at the Wychwood Theatre. It’s a ​hilarious family-friendly comedy about learning how to have fun and play in a world filled with technology. When a loveable monster named Pea arrives, life is turned upside down for
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