Sunday, Nov.19.2017 is 33 days away from the official 1st day of winter, and 35 days away from the Christmas Holidays.
The City of Toronto is hosting 65 exciting and unique events and festival some are celebrating the upcoming Christmas Holidays – as an example – the Santa Clause Parade…..other events are indoors, some are free, some are for a fee. Like most Sundays, these numerous exciting and unique events offer a variety of activities such as music, food, art, and others. AccuWeather is forecasting a winter like weather for tomorrow – a high of only 4c, very windy, mostly cloudy and chilly with an anticipated snow shower, and with the winds, the temperature is going to actually feel like -5c……so, choose an event which suits the weather you like and one which you will have most fun participating in!
The Santa Claus Parade
Since 1905, the Toronto Santa Claus parade has made its way through the streets of downtown Toronto. Today, The Santa Claus Parade is the longest running children’s parade in the world and one of the overall largest parades in the world. http://bit.ly/2zMEfxN
Toronto Christmas Market
Rediscover the magic of Christmas November 16 to December 23 at the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery Historic District. http://bit.ly/2hCycAS
Gourmet Food & Wine Expo
Canada’s largest food and drink event is back with more than 1,500 wines, beers, spirits and gourmet foods to experience. Journey around the globe with cooking pros, talk one-on-one with industry experts and taste the newest dishes, drinks and foodie trends everyone is raving about. http://bit.ly/2zQbAHM
12 Trees: Let There Be Light
A much-loved holiday tradition, the Gardiner Museum’s annual 12 Trees exhibition continues to be a wonderful event that brings family and friends together to celebrate the season. This year’s 12 Trees exhibition focuses on light as a potent symbol of hope that many cultures share during the season. Curated by renowned Canadian author and artist Douglas Coupland and Vice President of Public Art Management Ben Mills, this year’s light-inspired art installations include a disco-ball Christmas tree, a manually-powered holiday tree light show, an animated winter dreamscape, a “tree” comprised of illuminated cubic blocks, and more. http://bit.ly/2zRlXuz
Built to Remember: The Holocaust Museums of Today and Tomorrow
In honour of Neuberger Holocaust Education Week, Toronto’s Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (MNjcc) is proud to present Built to Remember: The Holocaust Museums of Today and Tomorrow at The Gallery at The J. http://www.mnjcc.org/
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
What is there to learn from this beloved musical – this tale as old as time? Sometimes, the hardest thing in the world is to be who you authentically are. And sometimes it takes someone else to bring that out in you. This is a story of hope. Despite appearances, the pretty Belle and the cursed Beast are not what everyone assumes them to be. But their true selves could be revealed – if they can find each other in time. http://bit.ly/2zRRLxt
Dominion of the North: Literary & Print Culture in Canada
Dominion of the North: Literary & Print Culture in Canada is a celebration of prominent poets, authors, and historians. It comprises one hundred monographs, organized topically into eight collections. The titles are selected from the Canadiana collection of rare books, pamphlets, and periodicals. http://bit.ly/2yYOWMN
Don Valley Art Club – Show Within A Show
Art show featuring 200+ affordable paintings of all sizes and types for sale, plus a whole wall of square-foot paintings (all $144). Great gift ideas. Boost your mood by living with original art. http://bit.ly/2yX8rCH
Alumnae Theatre Company’s 100th anniversary season continues with its annual Fire-Works Festival. The festival features three new full-length plays, all developed in-house. This year to mark Alumnae’s rich history as a female-led organization, all three plays have been written, produced and directed by Canadian women. The festival runs over three weeks, with one play programmed per week. A unique aspect of the festival is the chance to ‘pull back the curtain’ on the creative process through playwright/director talkbacks and post-show panel discussions on topics the plays address. http://bit.ly/2B1KgnR
Holiday Greenery Workshops
Start your Christmas preparations by creating your very own Christmas wreath or centerpiece using nature’s bounty. These 2-hour workshops are a popular pre-Christmas get-together activity for groups of friends and families. Set in picturesque High Park, the Lodge’s winter kitchen offers a cozy historic ambience for this seasonal craft. Participants also explore the Howard’s beautiful home in all its Christmas glory and enjoy light seasonal refreshments in the drawing room. http://bit.ly/2ASzcsg
I Am Canada: Celebrating Canadian Picture Book Art
Children’s picture books tell many stories about what it is like to grow up in Canada. This exhibit celebrates the work of best-loved Canadian illustrators who bring these stories to life. http://bit.ly/2j6iY7V
Kensington Market Sweet & Savoury Food Tour
Travel the world in one lunch as we chow down a variety of multicultural dishes in the colourful streets of Kensington Market, including a stop in Chinatown. Indulge in the sights, sounds and tastes of this National Historic Site neighbourhood as we treat ourselves to sweet and savoury delights from Chinese and Belgian kitchens, among others! Come hungry, as you’ll be eating enough for a hearty lunch. http://bit.ly/2sPoorM
Ontario Place Cinesphere Programming – Dunkirk
Ontario Place is reopening the iconic Cinesphere to the public on November 3. The theatre will be open year round and will offer a variety of films for all ages. Cinesphere offers a unique and immersive IMAX® theatre experience that allows for screening of films with IMAX’s laser digital and in 70mm film technologies. http://bit.ly/2jzEXaW
Stir Up Sunday
Witness a working 19th century commercial kitchen when the Inn’s team of Historic Cooks present an afternoon of cooking demonstrations. Samples while supplies last! http://bit.ly/2j4KeU4
To You can find the complete list of the Toronto events on http://bit.ly/2hKicAH
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