Toronto is full of great events, and there’s no better time to check out what the city has to offer!
Start the weekend with a stop at Yonge-Dundas Square for Kidzfest. Full of activities, rides and games for the young ones, Dora, Diego and Pinkalicious, among others, will be making an appearance.
When it’s on. November 26th.
Where it’s on. Yonge-Dundas Square, 40 Dundas Street West.
Where it’s on. Young People’s Theatre, 165 Front Street East.
Writing Letters to Santa at Mackenzie House
Relive the good old days at Mackenzie House museum. Children can pen their Christmas wish lists to Santa on cards or stationary printed on an 1845 printing press and using old-fashioned pen and ink. When they’re done, those letters can be dropped into the magic post box.
When it’s on. On now until December 24th.
Where it’s on. Mackenzie House, 82 Bond Street.
It’s Seussical the musical! Inspired by the books of Dr. Seuss, the musical is performed at the Young People’s Theatre for elementary-school students. Enjoy the adventures of Horton the Elephant as he hears cries for help from Whoville.
When it’s on. On now until December 30th.
Holiday Magic in Bloor-Yorkville
Beginning November 19th, walking through Yorkville in the evening will be brighter and more festive. Transformed into a holiday wonderland, visitors can also enjoy checking out the different light displays and decorations in over 20 local store windows.
When it’s on. On now through to the New Year.
Where it’s on. Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. For more info contact the Bloor-Yorkville BIA at 55 Bloor Street West.
Pinkalicious, the Musical
What happens when Pinkalicious eats too many pink cupcakes? She ends up at the doctor’s with pinkititis, of course – which turns her pink from her head to her feet! Enjoy the beloved children’s book live at the Lower Ossington Theatre.
When it’s on. On now until January, 2012.
Where it’s on. Lower Ossington Theatre, 100a Ossington Avenue.
There’s something for everyone this week!
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