You Say: Summer in Toronto

When you hear the phrase summer in Toronto, what do you think of? Maybe it’s a trip to the local splash pad with your kids. Maybe it’s a day at one of the fabulous local festivals that happen across the city during the warmer months. Maybe it’s eating lots of deep-fried food at the CNE, or going out for ice cream. Maybe it’s leaving Toronto altogether, and doing some camping. There are no shortage of ways to make kid-friendly Toronto memories during the summer months. That’s why we decided to ask the best experts on the city we know – Toronto moms – what makes summer in the city so fabulous for our latest You Say feature.

You Say: Tell us What You Love About Summer in Toronto!

For the next week, we’re asking you a simple question:

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We’re looking for big events and small outings, in every neighbourhood across the city, for kids of all ages. The point of a You Say feature is that it’s up to you how you answer. We really want to hear from you! So think about those quintessential activities that scream ‘summer in Toronto’, and fill us in.

summer in toronto you say
Photo credit: Stephen_Parker on Flickr

Drop us a Line!

There are three ways to pass along your answer:

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  1. Leave a reply at the bottom of this post, telling us what you say about summer in Toronto.
  2. Drop us a line of Facebook at www.facebook.com/TorontoMomNow.
  3. Send us a tweet – we’re @TorontoMomNow.

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You have until Monday, August 18 to tell us about what you’re doing while the season lasts, so please do. We want to hear what’s on your annual bucket list for a kid-friendly Toronto summer!

Feature image credit: Jay Woodworth on Flickr

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.