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January

Fantastic Beasts Exhibit ROM
ROM Goes Wild with the Fantastic Beasts Exhibit

The “Fantastic Beasts™: The Wonder of Nature” exhibit at the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) combines real nature facts with the imagined creatures of the popular Potter-verse film series. The exhibit explores the links between natural and mythical worlds, encouraging a greater connection to our planet and empowering us all to
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Reopening Venues Toronto Step Two
Reopening Venues in Toronto from “Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen”

Ontario temporarily moved into a “Modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen” on January 5, 2022. With many people receiving COVID-19 vaccination boosters and Omicron variant cases (hopefully!) on the wane, public health measures are set to begin easing on January 31. Businesses and venues in Toronto are preparing to slowly
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KidLit Online
KidLit Online is a One-Day Free Digital Kids Comics Festival

KidLit Online is a free digital kids’ book and comics festival that combines three programs in one day (Saturday, January 29, 2022), for readers aged 7 to 12. Part of TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Festival), this Kids Book & Comic Festival is presented in partnership with TO Live. Program Schedule:
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Bugged Out Bridlewood Mall
Catch The Buzz at the Bugged Out Exhibit at Bridlewood Mall

Find out what the buzz is all about at the Bugged Out exhibit at Scarborough’s Bridlewood Mall, presented by Canada’s Dinosaur Park. Get up close and personal with this insect display to learn about the larger-than-life creatures. You’ll see the bumblebee, cicada, ladybug, scorpion, mantis and more! The exhibit is free
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Toronto International Boat Show
Toronto International Boat Show Returns to a Virtual Experience

Ahoy! The Virtual Toronto International Boat Show is presented over five days to help you get ready for boating season. Online registration is free! Last year, the event went online for the first time in its history of over 60 years and attracted more than 35,000 registrations. Boating enthusiasts can watch the 2022
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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

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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AGO Winter Virtual Programs
The AGO Has Winter Virtual Programs for Families and Schools

Whether at home or in school, the Art Gallery of Ontario has virtual educational programs this winter to get kids involved in art, music and storytelling. Family Programs Songs and stories are an important part of artful play this winter at the AGO. Family Programs are FREE and open to
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Toronto Railway Museum Dining Lecture
Toronto Railway Museum Lecture – “Dining on the Train: From Soot to Soufflé”

On January 20, join the Toronto Railway Museum at the table for a free online lecture about railway dining. Guest speaker James D. Porterfield will explore how feeding train passengers evolved from road-kill (!) into five-star dining experiences. Bring your appetite for railway history as they delve into how these restaurants
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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: TRCA’s January outdoor in-person programs have been cancelled due to Covid regulations. They will resume in February – check
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