Find the best summer festivals for families in Toronto and the surrounding area of Southern Ontario. Food festivals, fairs, ethnic celebrations, dancing, kids activities, music and more! We are constantly adding to these listings so stay tuned and have a fun summer!
No campfire? No problem! This oven-baked dessert dip packs all the gooey chocolatey-marshmallow goodness of the classic fire pit treat, no flames required. Keep it traditional and dive in with graham crackers or achieve sweet-and-salty nirvana and enjoy with potato chips.
Easter is not complete without decorated eggs! It's a holiday tradition that is sure to bring out your creativity. We've picked our favourite ideas to share with you from talented ladies around the web.
Earth Day is officially on April 22, 2017, but you'll find many events all weekend, and even all month long. Many people are now naming April as 'earth month'. It's a great time to take advantage of the healthy planet themed events to reinforce important habits of conservation and preservation in our kids.
Spring is just around the corner and with it a very sweet time of year has arrived in Ontario – the sap is running, and and that can only mean one thing – Maple Syrup! Enjoy a pancake breakfast, learn how many buckets of sap make a litre of syrup, and hop on a wagon ride! Maybe we’ll see you there!
We've rounded up the top events for March Break 2017 in our family friendly events guide. Helping you to keep busy and entertained with places to go, and things to do for kids in and around the Toronto area. Find festivals, workshops, special exhibits and activities - we hope you have a week to remember and make some great family memories!
With Family Day quickly approaching, many Canadian parents are putting their thinking hats on to brainstorm fun activities to celebrate the holiday.
A blockbuster exhibit Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family makes its North American premiere at the Waterloo Region Museum this winter and is on exhibit...
Who knew that 15 years ago our first Christmas Tree Hunt & Chop would grow into a favourite annual tradition that continues to flourish? Family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances and even beloved pets join us each year in search of the perfect tree and a day of fun for all ages.
For the holiday season, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is extending its hours of operation, giving visitors more time to enjoy ROM for the Holidays’ exciting line up of fun-filled programs and activities designed for the whole family to enjoy.