Best Things to Do This Weekend: June 25 to 27

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The latest fun things families can do this coming weekend ... virtual events, drive-thrus, and suggested activities.

Mega Wheels Drive-Thru - Last Weekend!

  • Until June 27, 2021
  • Country Heritage Park
  • $38 and up

The Mega Wheels Drive-Thru experience takes you on an EPIC trip through a 2.5km course filled with massive displays featuring Monster Trucks, One-of-a-kind Custom Cars, Classic Cars, Antique Tractors, Military Vehicles, a Halfpipe Skateboarding Showdown and so much more! More

Canada Day Mississauga

  • Starts Friday, June 25th
  • Free
  • Online + Celebration Square Mississauga

Visitors will be welcome to participate in We Can Dance, a never-ending dance party that everyone can join from a distance. We Can Dance is a pop-up dance studio, where visitors are invited to step onto the floor to follow along with a choreographer and perform a series of dance moves. More info

Canada Day Aurora

  • Online 
  • Starts Saturday, June 26th, 2021 — all day
  • Free

In-person and virtual activities from June 26 to July 3, 2021. The Town of Aurora offers many free activities for families to participate in as they Celebrate Canada’s Birthday. Some fun family activities start online this weekend. You must register online. More info

Ontario Place Drive-In Theatre - June Lineup

  • Thursday, June 24 - Moana
  • Ontario Place Drive-In
  • $8.85 and up

Whether you’re looking for something to do with the family or a much needed date night – in a safe environment – Ontario place has got you covered! More

Dinos & Friends Drive-Thru Experience at Lime Ridge Mall

  • All Weekend
  • Limeridge Mall
  • $45

Dinos and Friends is a socially distanced, fully contactless drive-thru. Visitors experience the animals of today and of 65 million years ago with life-size, moving and roaring dinosaurs! More

Riverdale ArtWalk-OnLine

  • Until July 2
  • Online
  • Free

Now in its 24th year in the Riverdale/Leslieville area of Toronto, the festival has grown to reach an audience of over 25,000 art enthusiasts and supporters with an international reach Online. 100 Artists featured with over 3,000 original pieces of art for sale! More info

Cookies from the Creek Virtual Baking Workshop

  • Saturday, June 26th, 2021 @ 11:00 am
  • Online
  • $25

Join in virtually! The Half Way House kitchen will bake some popular cookie recipes from a historic kitchen. Delve into the fascinating history of cookies and the ingredients that make up these recipes. More

Party in your Parlour - Virtual Family Workshop

  • Saturday, June 26th, 2021 @ 11:00 am
  • Online
  • $25

Put a spring in your step and shake off the winter blues with a Virtual Family Workshop all about parties in the past. This workshop will explore the fashion, the fads, and fun of an 1800s party. More


Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park

  • Select Wednesdays until July 28, 2021
  • Online Virtual Event
  • Free

Join us for the Vaughan Celebrates Concerts in the Park virtual series Launch Concert featuring multi-Platinum and multiple JUNO award nominated iconic band Platinum Blonde! The annual Concerts in the Park series will take place virtually on select Wednesday evenings from June 16 to July 28 at 7:30 pm. There's a great line-up this year! More


Bike the Creek 2021: A Virtual Event!

  • Until June 30, 2021
  • Online
  • Free

Bike the Creek is a FREE event aimed at encouraging people of all ages to discover the joys of cycling. Pre-register today to gain access to the Bike the Creek trail map and exclusive family fun activities, and to be entered into a draw to win swim and skate passes, Conservation Parks day passes, and bike accessory prize packs! More

Braiding Identity

  • Daily until June 30, 2021
  • Harbourfront Centre - Online
  • Free

Learn about the cultural significance of sweetgrass while engaging in an arts activity that invites you to braid your own identity, one strand at a time. More

Métis Dot Art

  • Access until June 30
  • Harbourfront Centre
  • Free

Join Harbourfront Centre’s Indigenous Resource Coordinator, Marissa Magneson, to explore Métis dot art in this live segment. More

National Indigenous History Month at Toronto Zoo

  • Until June 30, 2021
  • Online
  • Free

Tune in to the Zoo’s Facebook page throughout the month of June to hear a weekly Indigenous storytelling from our First Nations Steward, Taylor. Plus, on June 21 and June 22, the Toronto Zoo is inviting the Indigenous members of our community to come to your Toronto Zoo and will be offering complimentary admission. More

The Royal Agricultural Virtual Summer Session

  • Launched June 15 & 16 - Access content all summer
  • Online
  • Free

Lots of NEW videos, teaching resources and live sessions. Learn about getting started with fishing with your family, get some tips on great backyard gardens, or take your barbecue game up a notch among many other sessions. More

Celebrating Inclusive Families

  • Daily until June 30, 2020
  • Harbourfront Centre - Online
  • Free

This activity will get you thinking, exploring and being creative – fun for artists of all ages! Make use of materials you have around your homes to create a representation of where we live (or wish we lived!), with each window giving us a glimpse into an activity, family member or favourite hobby you and your family would or could do there! More

June is Recreation Month

  • Until June 30, 2021
  • Online
  • Free

Enjoy the outdoors this summer safely by participating in fresh air activities with members of your household, or join the city of Brampton for free online events and self-guided activities! More

Woof Walk 2021

  • Now until December 31, 2021
  • Virtual Event
  • $50

We know dogs LOVE to walk, and you LOVE your dog. So please join us in the first ever Woof Walk Challenge! The goal of this virtual event is to log 150 km, 250 km, 500 km, 750 km or 1000 km with your dog (or in support of dogs) between now and December 31, 2021. More


Make These Amazing Graduation Treats

Graduation celebrations have begun. If you're planning a party within your home, bake or make one of these sweet treats. Whether your child is graduating from kindergarten, middle school, high school or even college, it's cause for celebration! More

Plan your Canada Day Fun

Plenty of fun family activities, virtual events, and festive at-home ideas, that will make this year's Canada Day the best-ever yet. We're talking backyard barbecues, fun foods, and kids crafts. More

Go Strawberry Picking

We've rounded up pick-your-own strawberry places in the Greater Toronto Area where families can harvest their own batch of strawberry goodness. More info

Go Swimming at a Toronto Pool

Most pool are now open and the City of Toronto has new reservation system. Find out how to book your swimming time slot online and make your reservation today. More info

Go to an Outdoor Patio at the Junction

With more patios than ever before, immersive activations and dynamic spaces, CaféTO brings vibrancy back to the Junction community. Open now until November 1. More info

Hit the Beach

Beaches have reopened in the City of Toronto. Here's the list of supervised beaches and what you need to know before heading out! More

Go Camping!

Camping is a great way to spend time outdoors with your family ― it's all about fun, fresh air and screen-free time! Camping can also teach kids valuable life lessons about being active and respecting nature. Overnight campgrounds have reopened. More

Go to the Drive-In

Your kids will have a blast enjoying double features, staying up late watching movies in their jammies under the stars, eating tubs of popcorn from the snack bar, and crawling into a pile of blankets. More

Go Treetop Treeking!

Ready to get your summer started with a fun and COVID-safe outdoor adventure? Treetop Trekking parks are open. The Brampton Park in particular is a huge adventure park that features 6 aerial courses, ziplines, and plenty of activities for kids ages 9+. Book now as spaces are limited. More

Go to Treewalk Village for Kids

It's the ultimate tree house adventure. Children and the young at heart can let their imagination lead the way while exploring magical tree house villages! More

The Toronto Zoo is Open

General public tickets are now available. Pre-booked time slots are required for both Zoo Guests and Zoo Members. Tickets are ONLY available online and will not be sold on site. More info

Netflix for Kids in June

Check out the new line-up for kids on Netflix in June. The Secret Life of Pets 2 starts June 27 and StarBeam, Season 4 starts June 29. More

ROMKids Shows

If you've missed the ROMKids Shows on Tuesdays, you can still catch up on episodes! Special ROM experts talk about everything from dinosaurs to mummies, citizen science to water equity. There are even crafts, art projects and science experiments. Fun for toddlers, and perfect for kids. View all episodes here.

Share Your Art with Pillars of Change!

This project is open to all ages and abilities – adults and children alike. Once you’ve personalized your Pillars of Change artwork, share your creations for the chance to see them displayed in large-scale formats such as digital billboards in busy Toronto locations. Go to the PARTICIPATE page to learn how you can download free customizable artwork. More

Colour the BSM

In celebration of the Bata Shoe Museum's birthday in May, they've released a special set of colouring sheets inspired by footwear featured in their anniversary book, The World At Your Feet. A great activity for the entire family! Make sure you download the sheets today and get colouring! More


Together Apart, Summer Cirque

Canada's first ever physically distanced, COVID-safe Cirque Event is coming to Markham Fairgrounds this summer. Together Apart, Summer Cirque will bring guests together safely while also keeping them apart for the first live show in over a year! More

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Alpha Coding 2021

Alpha Coding offers various tech courses in our summer camps! Kids can learn coding, video game development, app development, 3D design, mechatronics, critical thinking, collaboration, design thinking, and presentation skills in our camps. Virtual summer camp 2021 registration is now open! Create fun apps and video games while learning computer science concepts and coding. Join our engaging virtual summer camp! More info

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