Toronto in Stage 3: Family-Friendly Venue Updates for Summer 2021

Now that more than 10 Million people in Ontario aged 12 and up have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination dose, including almost 80% of adults so far, public health restrictions are starting to loosen (though not disappear) and businesses in Toronto are slowly beginning to reopen. However, things will
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Preserve Your Memories And Create A COVID-19 Time Capsule

You’ve probably heard the word “unprecedented” more times than you can count over the last month. But the reality is, there is no better way to describe the current lockdown imposed by the global pandemic of COVID-19. We are living through history right now and it is worth documenting. Natalie
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Canada’s Wonderland Virtual Rollercoaster Rides

Stuck at home with nowhere fun to go? Then go for a ride on the virtual loops and turns of the rollercoasters at Canada’s Wonderland amusement park in Ontario. You can experience the thrill of 16 rollercoasters, 11 thrill rides, and 7 family rides  . . . without even leaving
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Expand Your Cooking Skills With Massimo Bottura Online

Cooking is not my strong suit. But when it comes to school being done for the foreseeable future, this seems like the perfect time for me to expand my cooking skills . . . and to teach my kids too! Gucci Osteria’s Massimo Bottura is offering FREE online cooking tutorials
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Toronto Board and Card Games
Family Board and Card Games . . . and why you should start them young!

It truly would be too big of a task to share with you all of the great, family-friendly games out there today . . . because it is plentiful and exhaustive. So, I’ll only pass on a few personal favourites that our own family has enjoyed over the years. Our
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Trolls World Tour Streaming
Universal Pictures Streaming New Release Movies To Your Couch

Universal Pictures is the first production company making new release movies immediately available for home viewing. Major movie chains, such as Cineplex and Landmark, have temporary closed their doors to flatten the curve of COVID-19. This on-demand streaming will make current entertainment both affordable and accessible, right from your very
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Power Kids Art Gallery
Power Kids FREE Art Workshops

*****COVID-19 Update The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is closed until April 5, 2020.***** The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery regularly hosts free art workshops for kids ages 7–12. Each event begins with a tour around the gallery and finishes with an art activity, inspired by the current art exhibition.
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Art Hunt 401 Richmond 2020
POSTPONED Free Scavenger Art Hunt for All Ages!

*****COVID-19 Update Art Hunt has been postponed, stay tuned for a new date to be announced!***** Hunt for hidden eggs and WIN on this family friendly Scavenger Art Hunt at 401 Richmond – arrive on time before all the prizes are gone! After being given a series of clues via
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Learn At Home With The Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo remains closed during government mandated social distancing, but they haven’t forgotten about their dedicated community! They are offering a variety of resources and live events to bring the zoo home to you. On their website you can find parent and educator resources like activities, lesson plans and
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