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September

Legislative Assembly of Ontario: Family Fun Program

Families can learn about the inner workings of Ontario’s Parliament at Legislative Assembly of Ontario: Family Fun Program in a free two-hour interactive program for kids aged 6-12 (plus adult accompaniment), including a tour, scavenger hunt, dress-up activity and mock debate. It is offered on Family Day Weekend, weekdays throughout
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Halloween Event Guide
Spooktacular Halloween Event Guide For Toronto and the GTA

It’s Halloween season so it’s time to get your spooky-ooky-kooky on! After a couple of years of dealing with the scaaaaary pandemic, in-person events are back on (but it’s still a good idea to keep a zombie arms-length away from other revellers). Here is our scare-ific freak-alicious Halloween Event Guide
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Halloween Nights Lights Experience
Halloween Nights of Lights is a Fun Fall Experience! {Discount Code}

Published October 7, 2022 We had the chance to go experience Halloween Nights of Lights last night and found the immersive walk-through Halloween experience to be exactly what we needed to celebrate both the Halloween season and Thanksgiving weekend! The outside area of Sherway Gardens is completely transformed all month
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Pumpkins After Dark
Pumpkins After Dark is a Celebration of Halloween for the Entire Family!

Returning as an outdoor walk-through event this year at Milton’s Country Heritage Park, Pumpkins After Dark is a family-friendly Halloween experience to surprise and delight visitors both young and old. You’ll be amazed by the magical pathway of lit pumpkin sculptures and displays. Each installation comes to life thanks to
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Mistatim Reimagined
Mistatim Reimagined: A Toronto Symphony Orchestra Collaboration with Red Sky Performance

“Mistatim Reimagined” is a digital reimagining of Red Sky Performance’s award-winning play, created in association with Crow’s Theatre and in collaboration with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO). Originally conceived as a stage play for young audiences, it is a meaningful story about reconciliation that is cross-generational, and that all people,
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Halloween Nights of Lights
Halloween Nights of Lights Brightens Sherway Gardens {Discount Code}

For the 2022 season, Halloween Nights of Lights is now a thrilling, immersive walk-through Halloween experience. A must-see event of the Fall season for all ages, this year’s experience is bigger and better than ever! It features more than 1.5 million LED and RGB lights animated and synchronized to your
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National Day Truth Reconciliation
National Day of Truth and Reconciliation Events in Toronto and the GTA

Every year on September 30, we as Canadians step back to reflect on our country’s painful history and to honour the Indigenous survivors of Indian Residential Schools. Here are some community events going on to mark the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation… Nationwide Orange Shirt Day  Inspired by residential
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Indigenous Legacy Gathering
Indigenous Legacy Gathering by Toronto Council Fire

The Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre brings their Indigenous Legacy Gathering to Toronto City Hall’s Nathan Phillips Square for the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. A family-friendly full-day event that begins with a sunrise ceremony including a sacred fire, this two-day gathering features Indigenous songs, stories, language, food,
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Friday Harbour Harbourfest
Friday Harbour Celebrates Fall with Harbourfest

Celebrate Harbourfest at Friday Harbour over two weekends this October surrounded by the beautiful colours of Fall! Gather on the Pier as organizers bring the tastes and sounds of Germany to Friday Harbour with a special Bavarian-themed menu and traditional ‘volksmusic’. Friday Harbour Harbourfest When: September 30 – October 2
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Casa Loma Legends Of Horror
Meet the Legends of Horror at Casa Loma

Spooks and surprises await as Casa Loma presents its annual Halloween installation, Legends of Horror, a self-guided tour of the historic building and property known as “promenade theatre”. Families can spend the early hours with younger children at Family Hours, which are less scary, less dark and without live actors.
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