September

Halloween Event Guide 2021
2021 Halloween Event Guide For Toronto and the GTA

Get your spooky-ooky-kooky on – it’s Halloween Season! Activities are (mostly) back after a scaaaaary 2020: many businesses are pivoting to outdoor and/or drive-through events and in-person happenings are practising seasonal social-distancing. (Just remember to keep a zombie arms-length away from other revellers!) Here is our scare-ific freak-alicious Halloween Event
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Spooktacular Light Show
Spooktacular Light Show Illuminates The GTA

Drive through one of the largest Halloween light shows in the GTA at the Spooktacular Light Show, a family-friendly contactless event designed to be enjoyed by both kids and adults. Experience light spectacles while listening to Halloween hits through a dedicated radio station over the two-kilometre route. The light show
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Pumpkins After Dark
Pumpkins After Dark Features Over 7,000 Pumpkins!

Pumpkins After Dark is a family-friendly Halloween drive-through experience that features over 50 sculpture scenes, consisting of over 7,000 hand-carved pumpkins. Plus, there will be live carving demonstrations with master pumpkin carvers and live performers. Witness the magic of pumpkins coming to life after dark around a 2.5 kilometre loop,
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Canada's Wonderland Halloween
Halloween Thrills and Chills at Canada’s Wonderland

Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or families looking for kid-friendly fun, Canada’s Wonderland has fun for everyone this Halloween season at two separate all-outdoor and immersive events. Camp Spooky Join Snoopy and the PEANUTS Gang for family-friendly Halloween fun, featuring scare-free attractions, live shows, costume parties, trick-or-treating and more. Family Activities
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Yorkville Murals
Yorkville Murals Celebrates Free Public Art

Yorkville Murals will transform the famous upscale downtown neighbourhood into a huge canvas over a three-day free outdoor festival. It celebrates contemporary muralism and public art, involving over 20 artists in four centralized zones. In association with the Bloor-Yorkville BIA and ArtworxTO, each creative zone offers free public art murals.
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Guide to Pumpkin Patches in Southern Ontario
Guide to Pumpkin Patches in Southern Ontario

Taking a trip to a pumpkin patch is a fun way to get outside in beautiful Fall weather to search for your very own Great Pumpkin, especially if you have your heart set on carving a perfect Halloween jack-o-lantern or you’re planning on baking a fresh pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving.
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Lake Shore West Will Be an Open Street for ActiveArtsTO

Since 2015, Open Streets TO has been a busy annual street festival on Bloor and/or Yonge Streets. However, it has pivoted to become ActiveArtsTO, presented by #ShowLoveTO and produced by OpenStreetsTO. It has also moved to Toronto’s west end to take over a five-kilometre route on Lake Shore Boulevard West,
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Gustavo Gimeno conducts the TSO. Photo Credit: Jag Gundu
TSO Honks Its Horn at the CityView Drive-In

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage for its first live performances in almost a year! You can watch the concert from the comfort of your car at the TSO At The Drive-In series, with a stunning view of the Toronto skyline to accompany the beautiful music. TSO is
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Fleurs de Villes Niagara
Fleurs de Villes Offers a Fresh View of Niagara Falls

Fleurs de Villes Niagara Falls is a fresh floral trail through Niagara Falls, including many of its best-known tourist venues. Canada’s most iconic destination is made extra-special with the stunning works of floral art decorating the already spectacular autumnal views. In addition, you can explore a safe and welcoming self-guided
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Markham Fair
The Markham Fair Is Going Back To The Farm

The Markham Fair, one of Canada’s longest-running county fairs now in its 177th year, is pivoting towards an agricultural event for 2021 after cancelling last year due to Covid. This year’s fair is titled “Markham Fair in a Flash: Farming Our Way Back”. Groups can walk through the exhibits and
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