Harbourfront Centre JUNIOR Festival
Harbourfront Centre JUNIOR is a Kids Arts Festival

Harbourfront Centre hosts the JUNIOR Festival over the Victoria Day long weekend, taking place all around their West Campus site, with both indoor and outdoor venues. It is one of Canada’s largest children’s festivals, including theatre, dance, music, art, and workshops. Many events are free plus all of the ticketed
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The WeeFestival of Arts and Culture for Early Years
The WeeFestival of Arts and Culture for Early Years

The WeeFestival of Arts & Culture for Early Years returns with live, in-person performances this year. It hosts over fifty shows and events in various locations around Toronto, intended for children newborn to six years old. The two-week dynamic and diverse program of unforgettable first theatre experiences feature music, dance,
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Ontario Science Centre Flight Exhibition
Ontario Science Centre’s Flight Exhibition Goes Above & Beyond

The new Ontario Science Centre exhibition “Above & Beyond: An Interactive Flight Exhibition” flies into Toronto for the summer, starting on May 18. Find out how scientists are still working to take humans faster, higher and farther than ever before. The immersive exhibits and hands-on activities delve into the science
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Kids Fest Toronto
Kids Fest Toronto Jumps into Victoria Day Weekend

Kids Fest Toronto arrives in time for the Victoria Day long weekend, presented by Superior Events, the organizers of Family Fun  Fest and Toronto Pumpkin Fest. It takes place both indoors and outdoors at the Markham Fairgrounds, with over 30 inflatable rides and attractions. The inflatables range from large slides
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Outdoor Farmers Markets Toronto
Outdoor Farmers’ Markets In Toronto *Updated for 2022*

Outdoor Farmers’ Markets in Toronto have been doing booming business in recent years, certainly in part due to the pandemic. This is great news for anyone who loves to shop local and enjoy fresh and delicious food. Choices over the years have expanded to include prepared foods, baked goods and
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Toronto Railway Museum Royal
Toronto Railway Museum Royal Train Tour Lecture

Join the Toronto Railway Museum for a free online lecture about the Royal Train Tours of Canada by Dr. Carolyn Harris. Carolyn will talk about the Queen’s tours of Canada on rails in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne in
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Street Eats Market
Street Eats Market is Cooking Up Delicious Festivals

Street Eats Market is ready for another year of satisfying hungry crowds all over the GTA with yummy meals and treats! This year, the ongoing outdoor food truck market is located at the Scarborough Town Centre throughout the year, plus for one weekend only at Downsview Park. Find a list
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Planet Fitness High School
Planet Fitness High School Summer Pass Gets Teens Off the Couch – FREE!

Got a teenager at home who just sits around on their phone all summer? Well, Planet Fitness is encouraging them to get active and healthy this summer with the Planet Fitness FREE High School Summer Pass. Starting May 16th when registration begins, teens 14-19 can work out for free all
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TSO mad sad glad
TSO Expresses Musical Emotions with “mad.sad.glad”

“mad.sad.glad”, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO)’s latest show in their Young People’s Concert series, lets you feel all the feels! The program showcases how music expresses a range of emotions and experiences, including pieces by Tchaikovsky, John Williams, and other evocative composers. Barrett Principal Education Conductor & Community Ambassador Daniel
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YPT Russells World
YPT Brings “Russell’s World” to Life

Recorded this spring on the YPT Mainstage, “Russell’s World” brings the imagination and playfulness of Artistic Director Herbie Barnes to life in this brand-new production for on-demand viewing. Russell’s World invites kids to explore their imaginations along with Russell, a lonely child who finds refuge from bullying in the make-believe
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