Welcome November! Now’s the time to kick back and relax, and enjoy the last few weeks of autumn weather before old man winter takes over.

Get your fill of fun November happenings and activities. Attend the Royal Winter Fair virtually, celebrate Day of the Dead, and take time to teach kids about Remembrance Day.

Here are the best things to do with your family this month...


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Highlighting Movember

Movember is responsible for the sprouting of mustaches on thousands of men’s faces to support men’s health by raising funds and awareness. Here are some fun mustache finds for kids who also want to get in on the action. More


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10 Peanut Butter Desserts

For those of you who can't go a day without eating peanut butter, November is for you! It's National Peanut Butter Lover's Month! More


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Celebrate Day of the Dead

Filled with vibrant hues, music and food, Día de Muertos is a way of honouring and remembering loved ones who have passed on. Here's how you can celebrate Day of the Dead with your family this year with virtual events and fun activities for the kids. More


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Make Day of the Dead Treats

For sweet treats, here are fun Day of the Dead inspired treats. You'll find cookies, sugar skulls, cupcakes, a pan de muerto and more! Get recipes.


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Go the One Of A Kind Show Online

Until December 20, go online and participate in the first-ever digital One Of A Kind Winter Show. One Of A Kind Online will connect you with 700+ Canadian makers from across Canada so you can continue to shop your favourite small businesses this holiday! More


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Take Our Kids To Work Day - Virtually

This year, kids won't be going to their parents' workplace however Grade 9 students can still kick start their career planning thanks to the Take Our Kids to Work Day. The virtual environment now opens up the doors for even more students to explore the world of work. The event takes place November 4. More


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Make Fun Nachos with the Kids

It's Nachos Day on November 6! Nachos can be hot, spicy, cheesy and gooey but one thing's for sure ... they're delicious! Be daring and make these 10 fun and 'not your everyday' nachos recipes your family will love! More


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Go to The Royal Agricultural ― Virtually!

The new, completely free, digital platform will give Canadians of all ages the opportunity to ‘Get Agricultured’ through premium, live online experiences showcasing the best in Canadian food, agriculture and equestrian talent. November 10-14, 2020 with programs extending into 2021. More


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5 Remembrance Day Activities for Kids

Remembrance day 2020 is celebrated on Wednesday, November 11. Help your kids pay tribute with these activities and crafts. More


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Do a Christmas Drive-Thru Tour at Pickering Museum Village

Journey back through the years to learn how our popular Christmas traditions started. Hear how Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer came to be and when his Christmas carol first started. End your tour with a safe-distanced visit with Santa Claus! Starts November 14. More


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Make Fun Bread with the Kids

Homemade Bread Day is on November 17. Celebrate by learning about baking bread. It's easier than you think! Make it a fun day by baking one of these 12 fun breads for kids! More


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See The Croods: A New Age

The Croods encounter their biggest threat since leaving the cave: another family called the Bettermans, who claim to be better and evolved. After Eep and the Bettermans' only daughter escape, the two families must put aside their differences to save them. Opens in theatres on November 25. More

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