Here’s to a new Monday, folks! And a Valentine’s Monday at that. Whether it’s for today, or the rest of the week, there’s numerous fun activities to check out. We hope you’ve been keeping warm and cozy these cold weeks with your favourite meals and drinks. And if you’re looking for some outdoor adventures, check out our list of things to do in Toronto.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
Experience one of the most unique and breathtaking light festivals with Nordic Lights at the Harbourfront. Each of the six interactive pieces at the exhibition are available for viewing until February 21, from 5pm – 10pm. The free-to-attend event is totally Instaworthy complete with bright lit up designs and colours.
Ice-sculptures, snow creations and a 1.8km forested trail await visitors at the Winter Glow. It’s taking place at the Black Creek Pioneer Village until February 27. You can opt for either a walk-thru or drive-thru experience and you can check out the website here for ticket purchases.
On Third Thought Gelato Pop-Up
Spend Valentine’s Day with a sweet treat for you and your loved one with On Third Thought Gelato. The brand is featuring a pop-up at 6 Markham Street and today’s the last day to check it out, along with exciting flavours to mark the romantic holiday. Did we mention that you can also get them with wine pairings if you wish?
Island of Warmth
The interactive installation comprises of 150 incandescent light bulbs to make an electric campfire, which reacts to music that was specifically created for it. The installation comes to life each time the sensors on the ground are activated by visitors. This will be at the Yonge-Dundas Square from February 18 – March 20.
Fragments of Epic Memory
This exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario is put together by the Department of Arts of Global Africa and the Diaspora. It includes more than 200 photographs and paintings by Caribbean artists. It’s operating until February 21 and tickets can be booked here.