July

Centreville Amusement Park Welcomes You To The Toronto Islands

There’s still time to visit Centreville Amusement Park this summer! There is over 20 acres of space to enjoy, located a short ferry ride across the Toronto Harbour. Things look different this year in order to comply with COVID-19 protocols and a safety plan is in place to keep guests
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ArtWalk at SmartVMC Offers Food Trucks and Free Drive-in Movies

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and SmartCentres have joined forces to develop SmartVMC, a new community hub. This summer, their new art district ArtWalk features 30,000 square feet of bold murals, food trucks with flavours from around the world and free drive-in movies every Thursday and Saturday until September 30! Here are
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Toronto Blue Jays Safety Regulations and Tips For Families

Parents are understandably nervous these days about exposing themselves and their kids to situations where they are in a large crowd for an extended period of time.  However, my daughter and I went to a Blue Jays game last night and had an amazing time! (It helps that we won,
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AGO’s Andy Warhol Exhibit Separates The Man From The Myth

Halfway through meandering around the AGO’s highly-anticipated Andy Warhol exhibit, it’s Canadian ballerina Karen Kain that catches my daughter’s eye. “Ooh, this is my favourite. It’s colourful and sparkly!” My 10-year-old daughter aspires to be an artist but she’s still a little girl at heart and she knows what she
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Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Is Returning for a Sequel

The immersive exhibit dedicated to Marvel’s Avengers movie franchise returns to Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre. This experience is a must-do for Marvel fans of all ages. Journey through an advanced, multiform 25,000 sq. ft.training facility where you will receive unprecedented access to the most sensitive intelligence and cutting-edge science behind
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Terra Lumina Returns to The Toronto Zoo

Terra Lumina is back at the Toronto Zoo this year. Described as “an enchanted night walk into a bright future”, this is a family-friendly multi-media visual immersive experience where you are transported through a portal of light to the year 2099. It takes you on a story journey in the
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Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Returns to a Walk-Through Experience

The popular walk-through Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit exhibit is returning to Toronto! In-person visits resume on July 28, 2021, after a successful pivoting to a drive-in experience. Covid-related restrictions are in place for the safety of patrons: capacity has been reduced by 66%, social distancing circles guide guests safely through
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Frog in Hand’s Dance-Theatre Season Entertains Online and Outside

Frog in Hand, a dance-theatre company based in Mississauga, has curated a creative season of outdoor and online works. Here are a few on the more family-friendly side: Click on the show links for more information. Caretakers – Fridays in July, 5-7 pm and 8-10 pm In Collaboration with Clay
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The Word On The Street Festival’s Summer Spectacular

The Word On The Street, Toronto’s Book & Magazine Festival usually held in September, has pivoted this year to online programming. The Summer Spectacular series covers numerous interesting topics throughout the school break. Registration required – click on the links for more information. Summer Spectacular: CharacterMaker – Friday, July 30,
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The Toronto Public Library Educates and Entertains Kids All Summer

Summer is almost halfway done… are your kids bored yet?! Thankfully, the Toronto Public Library branches have reopened and TPL has many different ways of entertaining and educating them, online at home as well. TD Summer Reading Club – Help kids stay motivated with the TD Summer Reading Club –
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