It’s Spring vibes all around, with warmer days set to hit our beloved city. Even though everyone is urged to remain home as much as possible, we all need a bit of fresh air every now and then. That’s why we’ve got a roundup of things to do in Toronto in April. All of them safe and socially-distanced, of course.
Beaches Drive-Thru Easter Parade
Celebrate this Easter weekend with a colourful parade. But here’s where it gets a little different. The floats and installations are going to be stationary while viewers can drive by and enjoy them safely in their vehicles. You can expect a lot of floats, along with eight performing bands.
Drive-In At Ontario Place
Enjoy the movie classics at this iconic waterfront destination. The drive-in theatre is situated near Lake Ontario and is a short distance from Downtown. Tickets are priced at $10 per person.
The streets of Bastedo Avenue is going to be decorated with bright installations from April 10th to 17th. This initiative by Canadian Tire is going to see more than 40 homes’ front lawns set up with floaties.
Street Eats Market
Titled one of the largest food truck parks in the country, their new location will open on April 3rd at the Scarborough Town Centre. Enjoy a variety of cuisines and sweet treats for whole of April.
Hot Docs Film Festival
Documentary fans, rejoice! The biggest documentary festival is back with yet another collection of exciting films. Stream your favourites online simply with a Hot Docs account. You can also get specific packages depending on how many you want to stream.
Spring Is Here! by Aga Khan Park
Explore various spring traditions and symbols through this exhibition. You can view a series of five installations that go in-depth about traditions in different countries. It is running until 25th April, free admission.