SWEA Toronto’s Swedish Christmas Fair
SWEA Toronto’s Swedish Christmas Fair

SWEA Toronto is thrilled to announce the return of its immensely popular Swedish Christmas Fair! Fans of Swedish culture can shop for food and design, plus a Lucia procession, folk dancers and singers, children’s loft with Christmas crafts and the traditional Swedish dance around the Christmas tree to celebrate the
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Japan Festival Canada
Celebrate the Japan Festival Canada in Mississauga

Experience Japan’s rich culture at Japan Festival Canada, returning to an outdoor, in-person live event at Celebration Square in Mississauga. This is the largest Japanese cultural event in North America, promoting Japanese food, culture and technology. It features exciting entertainment, such as traditional and modern performances, fashion shows and a
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Royal Canadian Circus 10 Things
10 Things You’ll Love about the Royal Canadian Circus!

My family had the pleasure of seeing the new Royal Canadian International Circus show, “Under the European Big Top”, and we had an amazing time! The show is chock-full of exciting acts, with so much variety that it covers the entire spectrum of circus performances. Not only that, but the
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Sunflower Farms Ontario
Guide to Sunflower Farms in Southern Ontario

It’s sunflower season and these huge picturesque flowers are springing up all over the place! Now you can book time to wander through farm fields and feel at one with nature. And, of course, take plenty of selfies! Many farms also include family activities, and produce and flower markets. So,
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Summer Arts Break in the Square by Prologue Performing Arts

Prologue Performing Arts and Eglinton Square are excited to present FREE family fun with “Summer Arts Break in the Square” at Eglinton Square, a City of Toronto Cultural Hotspot Signature Project. This summer, enjoy music, storytelling, dance and more! Fun for all ages, this summer series celebrates the different cultures
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Royal Canadian International Circus
The Royal Canadian International Circus Flies Back into Ontario {BOGO with Discount Code FAMILYFUNTORONTO!}

Join the Royal Canadian Family Circus under the Big Top again as this spectacular family show returns to Ontario this summer. As always, this circus mesmerizes, astounds and captivates audiences members of all ages. So, get ready to sit on the edge of your seats in amazement! “Under the European
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Toronto Food Truck Festival
Toronto Food Truck Festival Serves Up Treats in the Park

The Toronto Food Truck Festival is back for another year, serving up some delectable goodies! Head to Woodbine Park in the East End to stuff your faces with lots of delicious international food. As always, admission is free and there’s something for everyone. Entertain yourself with some of Toronto’s best
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Toronto Youth Dance Festival
Toronto International Youth Dance Festival

Toronto International Youth Dance Festival is a multi-cultural celebration of culture and diversity through the art of dancing. The Festival is an inviting and welcoming environment that celebrates cultural diversity through the art of dance. Focusing on youth dancers, participation ranges from local to international dance schools. TIYDF is hosted
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CNE Horsecapades
CNE HorseCapades is a Free Event for Horse Lovers!

Giddy up! CNE HorseCapades is an interactive and FREE horse program that precedes The Ex every year at Exhibition Place. This delightful introduction to all things equestrian returns this year and is designed for the young and the young at heart. HorseCapades sweeps you away from city life and into
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Dino Park Brampton
Dino Park Brampton Roars Back This Summer

Attention, junior palaeontologists… Dino Park has arrived back at Shoppers World in Brampton! It’s an immersive walk-through experience with roaring animatronic life-size dinosaurs, carnival rides, games, food and more. There is something at Dino Park for everyone, whether you want to simply take pictures, go on kid-friendly classic rides, or
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