February

stackt market Crokicurl
stackt market Crokicurl Games Continue This Winter

stackt market has brought back Crokicurl to give downtowners a fun outdoor activity this winter! Never heard of it? It’s a hybrid game of crokinole and the Canadian classic game of curling, and at stackt market, it’s played on an ice rink with a spectacular urban view. It’s also a fully
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Harbourfront Festival of Cool
Harbourfront Festival of Cool Lights Up the Lake Shore *Updated Dates*

Harbourfront Festival of Cool brings the world’s Northern cultures to Toronto’s waterfront this winter. The free festival kicks off Harbourfront Centre’s “Nordic Spotlight” exhibition continuing all year as part of the Nordic Bridges cultural initiative. This includes programming highlighting the entire Nordic region: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Åland, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
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Galentine's Cookie Workshop
Treat Your Friends and Family with the Galentine’s Cookie Workshop

Grab your best gal pals to decorate some cute treats with a Galentine’s Cookie Workshop on “Galentine’s Day,” celebrated the day before Valentine’s Day, on February 13th. This is a fun activity to do at home with kids too! Hosted by SMCK Events, this virtual event is led by experienced baking
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TRCA Virtual Winter Programs
TRCA Virtual Winter Programs Educate Kids About Nature in the GTA

Join the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) nature areas virtually for educational fun with their winter programs throughout January and into February, and at home online or in schools. (Note: Unfortunately, TRCA’s outdoor in-person programs have been cancelled due to Covid regulations.) Schedule: Nature In Your Classroom: Winter Birding January 12,
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Winterlit Illuminated Walk
Winterlit Offers An Illuminated Walk Through the Woods

Bask in the natural beauty of Mountsberg Conservation Area (in Campbellville, north of Burlington) this winter by taking an illuminated walk in the woods at Winterlit. Along the way, enjoy art installations, musical performances and fires for warming up. The Winterlit Trail and Sugar Bush Trail sparkle brightly for a
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Cheap and Free Winter Activities in Toronto
Cheap and Free Winter Activities and Events in Toronto

It happens every year: you’ve spent all month buying your holiday presents (if you haven’t, check out our list of indie toy and gift shops), decorating the house and baking goodies… and now you have to entertain the kids for two whole weeks?! It’s a daunting task, but never fear,
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The Bentway Skate Trail
The Bentway Skate Trail Opens for the 2021-22 Season

The Bentway Skate Trail opens for the 2021-22 season on December 22, 2021, including skate rentals, hot drinks, special events, lessons and public art. Come out and skate this unique 220-metre figure-eight skate trail under the Gardiner Expressway. Along with skating this year, The Bentway also presents a winter art
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Seasky International Light Show
Seasky International Light Show Arrives in Niagara Falls

The Seasky International Light Show arrives in Niagara Falls for a limited time. It’s the biggest and most visually spectacular LED event ever seen in the tourist area. This is a family event, suitable for all ages. The outdoor lantern and light festival, set on a 1.2 kilometre long trail,
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Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights
Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights Is Full of Sparkle and Good Cheer

Get your fill of sparkle and good cheer at the Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights, presented by Ontario Power Generation, Canada’s largest FREE outdoor light festival! Every year, the city of Niagara Falls annually transforms into a winter wonderland of magic, lights and festive spirit during the months leading
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Beyond Monet
The Beyond Monet Audio-Visual Experience Extends Its Run

The Beyond Monet immersive visual exhibit has extended its run at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to become immersed in the works of the master of impressionism, you can still feel like you’re at Monet’s garden in Giverny, France while home in the
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