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February

Friday Harbour Family Day
Friday Harbour Resort has Family Day Events All Weekend

Friday Harbour Resort, an upscale lifestyle resort community on the shores of Lake Simcoe, is offering Family Day special programming, family activities and live performances throughout the long weekend on their lakefront promenade. Event Includes: Skating at The Skate Escape with DJs Photos with Olaf Fire and Hula Hoop Performances Snow
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Ontario Place Family Day Weekend
Stay Warm at the Ontario Place Community Bonfire This Family Day Weekend

Ontario Place, Toronto’s waterfront park, lets you get outside while staying cozy and warm with a Family Day weekend community bonfire. Walk the trails, hang out at a fire pit, have a snack, enjoy the views over Lake Ontario and catch an IMAX film at Cinesphere. Event Includes: Community Bonfire, hosted
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SkySkate Family Day
SkySkate at The Porch Offers a Family Day Discount for Kids

SkySkate at The Porch has a Family Day Special for kids aged 15 and younger, for one day only! Enjoy the reduced price for $7.95 for an hour-long time slot. (Only available on February 21, 2022. Tax and Gratuity will be added upon checkout.) This is an artificial rink on a
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Family Day Events Toronto
Guide to Family Day Weekend Events and Activities in Toronto for 2022

Spend some quality time with your family on this newer statutory holiday! Accordingly, there are kid-friendly wintery happenings going on outdoors, indoors and online, all through the long weekend. So here is our guide to Family Day Events and Activities in Toronto and the GTA for 2022. All Weekend Casa Loma’s
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Winter Stations Design Competition 2022
Winter Stations Design Competition Returns to Toronto’s Beaches

Winter Stations Design Competition is returning for 2022 to celebrate Toronto’s winter waterfront landscape, beginning on Family Day. It displays temporary public art installations by Canadian and international winners. The pieces incorporate the existing lifeguard towers in the east-end Beach neighbourhood along Kew and Woodbine beaches, which act as visual anchor
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Mississauga Family Day Weekend
Spend Family Day Weekend Skating at Celebration Square in Mississauga

Celebration Square in Mississauga is holding a Family Day Weekend free skating party all through the long weekend! There’s something for the whole family to enjoy, including skating on Mississauga’s largest outdoor skating rink, food trucks, photo ops and heated lounges with comfy seating and perfect winter vibes. Event Includes: Skating
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Toronto Black Film Festival Kids
Toronto Black Film Festival Has Free Online Kids Activities for Family Day

As part of the 10th Annual Toronto Black Film Festival, the TBFF Kids Fest is available online this year for a free, fun-filled and creative celebration of Family Day on Monday February 21, 2022. A variety of activities are designed for children ages 4-12 to enjoy from the comfort and
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Casa Loma High Tea
Casa Loma Cordially Invites You to Have High Tea at the Castle

Casa Loma is offering a traditional High Tea experience for two weekends in February, just in time for Family Day. Enjoy the elegance of Toronto’s iconic castle and sample a selection of premium teas, scones, gourmet pastries and tea sandwiches in the majestic ambiance of the beautiful dining rooms. Additionally, High Tea
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Tafelmusik Gull Raccoon Last Maple
Tafelmusik Presents the Digital Concert “The Gull, the Raccoon and the Last Maple”

Tafelmusik presents “The Gull, the Raccoon and the Last Maple”, a powerful new digital concert for the whole family. Making its online premiere until Family Day, it is inspired by the need for collaboration in the face of climate change. This is a timely and optimistic environmentally-themed digital concert for
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YPT Travelling Tales
YPT’s “Travelling Tales” Journeys Across Cultures

Young People’s Theatre (YPT) spans time and distance with “Travelling Tales”, from Quebec’s boundary-breaking Théâtre Motus. This online production is available in both English and French for homes and classrooms, and is recommended for ages 5-9 (Grades SK-Gr. 4). It features four performers bringing three stories to life, of West
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