What to do in Toronto: Where to ring in the New Year with the kids

Well that went fast! The ribbons and bows are but memories, and it’s suddenly time to look back at the year that was and ring in the the year that will be. The countdown to midnight is always a great reason to party, but what if you have little kids? If you’re wondering what to do in Toronto to celebrate New Year’s Eve with the entire family, we have ideas.

What to do in Toronto for a Kid-Friendly New Year’s

New Year’s Eve Party at S. Walter Stewart Library 

December 31, 2018 10 am to noon,

Ring in the New Year at the library with the littles! They’ll have fun crafts, dancing, other activities, and a special countdown to the New Year. A caricature artist will be on-site and tickets are limited, so come early. All ages welcome. Drop in

170 Memorial Park Ave, Toronto 

Noon Year’s Eve Mini Masquerade Ball  for Kids

December 31, 10 am to 12 pm & 12 pm to 2 pm


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Join us for the ultimate Noon Year’s Eve Party for kids. The Mini Masquerade Ball features  confetti, mini manicures, non alcoholic pink champagne and mini fancies, create your own masquerade mask, dance party and signature balloon drop. Tickets do sell out quick for this event, we recommend purchasing in advance.


Glama Gals, multiple locations in the GTA

Celebration Square, Mississauga

December 31, 8 pm to 12:15 am

Ring in 2019 in the heart of Mississauga at the Celebration Square. There will be activities for the entire family to enjoy, plenty of live music, an assortment of mouth-watering food trucks, and a mesmerizing firework display at midnight.

300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga

New Year’s Eve at Nathan Phillips Square

December 31, 2018, 8 pm to midnight

This is the biggie so if the littles aren’t up for a bug party, you might want to head somewhere a bit gentler. Or you can ring in the New Year at Nathan Phillips Square, and be part of the final send-off to 2018.

Ring in the New Year with DJ skating parties sponsored by Tim Hortons, live musical performances and spectacular fireworks. Admission is free to this all ages, alcohol free event.

More information: www.toronto.ca






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