Ring in the Year of the Sheep at Harbourfront Centre's LunarFest from February 28 to March 1. Experience the largest gathering of dragon dancers, enjoy a Dumpling Fest, The Great Wall of Lanterns, and more!
It's the most wonderful time of the year, especially in Toronto and the GTA. From watching a spectacular tree-lighting ceremony to spotting Santa at a parade, here are ways to celebrate the season with kids.
October is a busy time as families with Halloween events and activities to hit. But how about mixing some multicultural celebrations into your schedule too? Celebrating the Day of the Dead in Toronto...
It’s time for trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, and candy scarfing, and we've got the devilish deets on where to find the best events in October for families. These Halloween events are completely free!
This annual event is your best bet to witness Fall colour in Southern Ontario. Fall into Nature takes place over 2 weekends: October 4-5 and 11-13. Festival events run at all seven of Conservation Halton’s parks.
It's time to get some culture! Culture Days invites everyone to explore, discover, and participate in arts and culture in every community all for free. This year's event takes place September 26, 27, and 28.
The Amusing Race is a free, fun scavenger hunt for families visiting Centreville and Far Enough Farm on weekends in September. It's a great time of year to visit the island as the weather is still very enjoyable!
HorseCapades is a delightful introduction to horses, designed for the young and the young at heart. This free CNE interactive horse program sweeps you away from city life and into the magical world of the horse.
Fireworks, barbeques, parades, and live music — no other holiday spells Summer fun quite like Canada Day. Make some plans for the long weekend! Check out our picks for the city's best places to celebrate.
Centreville's annual Beasley Bear’s Teddy Bear Picnic is coming this June! The Teddy Bear Picnic combines outdoor fun with physical education to teach kids about the importance of leading a heart-healthy lifestyle.
Enjoy three days of family fairytale fun at Black Creek Pioneer Village on May 17, 18, and 19, 2014! Bring your eye patches and tiaras. Celebrate stories such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and Peter Pan.
The 15th annual Doors Open offer visitors an opportunity to take a peek behind the doors of nearly 150 buildings. The 2014 theme is Secret Spaces, Stories of Spirit Sightings and Unexplained Mysteries.
If you are into cute, furry, and cuddly or cold-blooded, smooth, and slithery or talkative, feathery, and pretty, the All About Pets Show has something for you and your kids. This year features a goat show!
Easter in the GTA promises family fun for all ages, with a wide range of egg-citing events taking place. Find Easter egg hunts, parades, egg decorating, scavenger hunts, crafts, and more great stuff for families!