As most events and activities are cancelled for the foreseeable future, we are not updating this post. Please check the homepage for more information on events as restrictions are lifted.


Family Fun Toronto is a growing resource for family-friendly events in the Greater Toronto Area. In an effort to provide event-based, family-friendly information to our followers, we have created this article to share updates on the cancellation of Greater Toronto events due to COVID-19. Please note we will update this list as quickly as possible. Family Fun Toronto does not organize any events, and therefore are not responsible for the cancellation of any events.

We will do our absolute best to keep our readers informed. If you are aware of any coronavirus-related event cancellations that are not listed below, please send us an email here.

Update – March 14, 2020:

Sugar Shack TO (scheduled for March 14-15) is cancelled.

The Green Living Show (scheduled for March 13-15) is cancelled.

Home Depot Kids Workshops (scheduled for March 14) is cancelled, and others will be cancelled/postponed until further notice.

Rouge Valley Guided walks (scheduled March 15) are cancelled until further notice.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade (scheduled March 15) is cancelled.

SpringFest (scheduled March 16-21) is cancelled.

Family Fan Day (scheduled March 28) is cancelled.

Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival (scheduled March 14-April 12) is cancelled.

Toronto Comicon (scheduled March 20-22) is cancelled.

Ontario Place Cinesphere is closed until further notice, but the park trails remain open for the time being.

Toys R Us, Indigo, and Michaels have cancelled all in-store events until further notice.

The Toronto Zoo is closed until further notice.

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is closed until further notice.

Toronto Public libraries will remain closed until further notice, all programs cancelled or postponed.

All Toronto outdoor rinks are closed.

See all affected Toronto City Services & Facilities here.

Revised GO train & bus service schedules will be available by Sunday, March 15 at noon.

The NHL, CHL, and MLS have all paused the remainder of the season due to the coronavirus.

MLB is delaying the start of the 2020 season.

COVID-19 in Toronto : Things Your Family Needs to Know

Individuals experiencing fevers and coughs are encouraged to call Health Link 811 even if potential COVID-19 symptoms are mild.

Parents are encouraged to educate children about social-distancing. No hugs, no handshakes, no kisses, no sharing food/drink. Coughing should be directed into one’s sleeve or elbow.

Teach and regularly remind children about proper hand-washing with soap and water, scrubbing hands for the length of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday. Check out this link to personalize your own handwashing poster.

Stay healthy and safe Toronto  . . . and keep enjoying that family time,
even if it starts to make you feel a little (or a lot) crazy!