Friday, November 22, 2019

10 things to do in Toronto today

Saturday fun is in full effect and just some of the many things to do in Toronto today include the return of FAO Schwarz and a free winter pop-up along King Street. Yorkville is turning into a winter wonderland and the opening weekend of Canada's Wonderland's new festival continues.

Events you might want to check out:

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic (November 23 @ Village of Yorkville Park)
The Village of Yorkville Park is getting festive this holiday season with a special opening night of live music, drinks and a lighting ceremony.
Winter Warm Up (November 23 @ David Pecaut Square)
King Street West is getting ready for some winter fun with a series of pop-up festivals that include curling, bonfires, hot drinks and goodies.
Escape The Darkness (November 23 @ 209 Geary Ave)
Take the plunge at this under-the-sea-themed party with murky visuals and hazy beats that'll having you swimming all night.
Shade (November 23 @ Rivoli)
Shade is back with a stellar lineup of performers of colour, performers from the LGBTQ2S+ community and women to get your funny bone moving.
The 1605 Night Market (November 23 @ Northern Contemporary Gallery)
Dozens of local makers and artisans are dropping by for a night of shopping with cool finds, music, food, drinks and complimentary gift wrapping.
Sound Festival (November 23-24 @ Beverley Halls)
A celebration of music, synthesizers and sound design is on with a weekend of performances workshops, talks, vendors and prizes.
FAO Schwarz Holiday Pop-Up (November 23 - December 7 @ Hudson's Bay)
The big teddy bear is back for the holidays as FAO Schwarz returns to transform part of the Bay into a massive Christmas toy store wonderland.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year (November 23 - March 29 @ Royal Ontario Museum)
You don't have to go far to see the world as this photography exhibit showcases the cutest and most majestic animals from all over the world.
Cinéfranco Film Festival (November 22-30 @ Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema)
Cinéfranco continues today to showcase the best of Quebec cinema, with films that explore the riches and diversity of Francophone culture.
WinterFest (November 22 - December 31 @ Canada's Wonderland)
The opening celebrations for this new winter festival are going strong with performances, ice skating, festive treats and lots more.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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