What to do in Toronto: Enjoy a Family Movie

As the weather turns colder, and you wonder what to do in Toronto with your kids, going to the movies begins to sound like a better and better option. The problem, however, is that movie tickets aren’t cheap. If you’d like a way to take your kids out to see a family-friendly flick without breaking the bank, you may want to check out Cineplex Family Favourites.

What to do in Toronto with Kids

Cineplex Family Favourites runs on some Saturday mornings at 11:00am, showing a family-friendly movie for only $2.50 per ticket, including taxes.
Join us on Saturday mornings at 11am for Cineplex Family Favourites. Watch a family favourite film each week for only $2.50. And that’s including taxes. Here in Toronto participating theatres include SilverCity Fairview Mall at 1800 Sheppard Avenue East and SilverCity Yorkdale Cinemas at the Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

Upcoming films include Black Beauty on November 9, 2013, Barney’s Great Adventure on November 23, 2013, and How To Train Your Dragon on November 30, 2013.

Getting Festive

They’re getting into the holiday spirit as well, planning three festive films on the first three Saturdays in December. They’re featuring The Polar Express, Arthur Christmas and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. This is a great chance to enjoy a movie on the big screen with your family. And if your four-year-old doesn’t stay put, you can rest assured that you haven’t forked out massive sums of money for the experience.

Brad LaDouceur, Vice President, Alternative Programming, Cineplex Entertainment says, “We’re proud to offer the Family Favourites program as a way for families to enjoy beloved films the way they were meant to be seen. It’s fun, affordable and a great addition to family holiday traditions.”

If you’re adding this to your list of what to do in Toronto, visit Cineplex.com/Family to find out more about the series and the movies themselves.

Amber Strocel

Amber Strocel is the Managing Editor of City Mom Now, the parent network of Toronto Mom Now. She is a writer, podcaster, ardent crafter and green mom, who believes strongly in the power of the Internet to connect and empower. You can follow her on her personal blog at Strocel.com.

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