Free things to do in Toronto for November 2019 welcome the holiday cheer while saving a few bucks for gift-giving season. A winter village, big fireworks show and the Santa Clause Parade are all part of the fun, plus Day of the Dead celebrations and a free film festival.Events you might want to check out:
Pumpkin Parades (November 1 @ Multiple Venues)
Halloween might be over, but there's still the chance to see hundreds of crafty Jack-O'-Lanterns lit up across many Toronto parks.
Day of the Dead March (November 2 @ Spadina Ave and Fort York Blvd)
Hundreds of folks are taking to the street dressed in colourful costumes and skull makeup to celebrate the Mexican tradition of Día de Los Muertos.
EcoFair at the Barns (November 3 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
It's never been a better time to get to know the earth and this free eco fair includes family-friendly programming, workshops, food and activities.
Día de los Muertos (November 9-10 @ Harbourfront Centre)
Back again is this big celebration of Mexican culture with a weekend of traditional Día de los Muertos festivities like food, music, films and more.
Santa Claus Parade (November 17 @ Bloor Street)
Santa Claus is coming to town during this massive parade with festive floats travelling through the city along a new route this year.
Regent Park Film Festival (November 20-23 @ Multiple Venues)
Local and international indie works take the spotlight during this free film festival that focuses on people from all walks of life and their stories.
Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic (November 23 @ Yorkville Village)
Yorkville Village is getting festive this holiday season with a special opening night of live music, drinks and a lighting ceremony.
CP Holiday Train (November 28 @ Lambton Yard Office)
A big Canadian Pacific freight train is getting cute for the holidays with hundreds of Christmas decorations strewn across it, stopping in Toronto.
Cavalcade of Lights (November 30 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
The dark night sky is about to be lit up during this free fireworks show alongside the first lighting of the Christmas tree, music and skating.
Evergreen's Winter Village (November 30 - December 31 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Evergreen Brick Works is turning into a winter village this December that's free to check out and includes skating, games, food, drinks and shopping.
by Lisa Power via blogTO