Toronto Eaton Centre Celebrates Christmas with Style
Ho! Ho! Ho! Toronto Eaton Centre kicks off the holiday season announcing a joyous line-up of family fun set to unveil November 28th. From Santa’s Log Cabin and a new tree maze to an urban lodge decked with warm tidings; this year Toronto Eaton Centre provides a must see and do list for the entire family.
Santa is sure to stay warm inside Timber Block’s R-30 insulated, custom-built log cabin designed especially for this very jolly North Pole tenant. Watch the magic of Christmas come alive in the twinkle of children’s eyes, where wishes can come true and for parents too, who wish for a custom Timber Block log cabin home of their own. Whether warming up at the yuletide fire or creating a work of art, Santa’s Log Cabin is set to be a hub of fun activities for both kids and their parents alike. Scheduled visits with Santa can be arranged at www.torontoeatoncentre.com and parents are welcome to visit the new Timber Block Model Homes in Innisfil.
The Urban Lodge at Trinity Way will bring the holiday spirit to the Canadian retail experience. The lounge will feature a relaxing digital fire, comfy seating, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary charging stations.
This year sees the addition of a Christmas Tree Maze, an exciting outdoor activation featuring a fun arrangement of over 200 pine trees ready to be explored. What’s more, Toronto Eaton Centre will celebrate the opening of the maze, with a host of notable friends who will gather in the Christmas Village to unveil their own uniquely decorated tree. The creations will remain on display at the maze for visitors from far and wide to enjoy.
"Toronto Eaton Centre invites you to join us this upcoming holiday season as we share in the joy of Christmas, with the exciting launch of our 2014 Christmas Village. Gather with family, friends, and loved ones to experience traditional holiday favourites in a warm and inclusive environment, centrally located in the urban excitement of downtown Toronto," said Meredith Vlitas, Senior Marketing Director, Toronto Eaton Centre.
Additional programs include:
Holiday Décor - Visit Toronto Eaton Centre's spectacular 50 foot Christmas tree and five giant LED reindeer to snap unique photos with friends and family.
• The Christmas tree and reindeer will be on display for all to enjoy until Friday, January 2, 2015.
Skype with Santa - Partnering with Sick Kids and Autism Speaks, children with special needs and/or unable to meet with Santa in person can make a Skype call to him instead.
• Calls can be scheduled on www.torontoeatoncentre.com.
Christmas Gift Bags - Dress your presents up for a standout effect under the tree.
• Available at Guest Services for $2.50.
Toy Mountain - Celebrate the gift of giving by bringing a present for a child in need.
• Help Toronto Eaton Centre break the record again.
Pet Picks - Capture a "pawsitively" adorable holiday moment by getting a picture of your dog or cat on Santa’s lap.
• December 4th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm and December 14th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Proceeds support the Toronto Humane Society.
About Toronto Eaton Centre
Stretching two full city blocks North from Yonge and Queen and one city block west from Yonge and Dundas, Toronto Eaton Centre is among Canada's most recognizable landmarks, and one of the country's best-known retail shopping destinations. With more than 235 retailers, restaurants, and services in the heart of downtown, Toronto Eaton Centre is the city’s premier urban destination. Toronto Eaton Centre is owned and managed by The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd, one of North America’s largest investors, owners, and managers of commercial real estate. For more information about Toronto Eaton Centre, visit www.torontoeatoncentre.com.