With a new month, comes new and exciting events to enjoy throughout the city. Here are a few that you won’t want to miss.
Photo Courtesy of Toronto Christmas Market
One of the city’s favourite holiday events, the Toronto Christmas Market, will be running from November 15th through to December 23rd. The market features entertainment, food vendors and shopping; not to mention stunning light displays and decorations. With beer gardens for the adults and carnival rides for the kids, it’s the perfect outing for the whole family.
Santa Claus Parade
Photo Courtesy of The Original Santa Claus Parade
Taking place on November 18th, the Toronto Santa Claus Parade will be spreading holiday cheer throughout the city. Beginning at Christie Pits Park, the procession will continue from Bloor to University and end on Front Street, at the St. Lawrence Market. Fun for the whole family, people of all ages come out to celebrate and take part in this joyful event.
One of a Kind Show
Photo Courtesy of One of a Kind Show and Sale
Perfect for getting a head start on your holiday shopping, the One of a Kind Show is coming to the Enercare Centre on November 22nd until December 2nd. Browse the variety of vendor booths and shop for everything from artisan crafts and baked goods, to home décor and clothing.
Cavalcade of Lights
Photo Courtesy of Toronto
Nearly a 50-year-old tradition in Toronto, the Cavalcade of Lights will be taking place on November 24th. The stunning fireworks and lighting of Toronto’s Christmas tree in Nathan Philips Square, are followed by musical performances and a DJ skating party. So, bundle up and get ready for an evening of festive fun.
The Bentway Skating Trail
Photo Courtesy of CTV News Toronto
A new addition to the city, The Bentway Skating Trail (located under the Gardiner Express Way) opened last year and received great response from Toronto residents. You can get outside and enjoy a classic Canadian winter activity surrounded by the urban cityscape. There is no formal opening date for the trail, as it is dependent on the weather. However, knowing Canadian winters, it will most likely be sooner rather than later, meaning there’s a high chance you’ll be skating here before the holidays begin.
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