Happy Monday, folks! As usual, there’s a lot of fun to be had in Toronto this week and the upcoming Mother’s Day weekend. From exhibitions and afternoon tea to shopping, markets and brunch deals, there’s plenty to fill your itinerary with. Interested to know more? Check out our full list of things to do in Toronto.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
Enjoy a weekend of fashion and food at the National Women’s Show from May 6 – 8, one of the largest consumer events for women. You can look forward to a host of activities like workshops, performances, and a whole range of different vendors and products. Tickets are priced at $15 and you can get $3 OFF with our promo code, VIBE22. Get your tickets online and read more about some of the activities we’re excited for during the show.
A foodie’s dream: Support Local, enjoy great food and amazing beer! Estrella Damm is giving Toronto beer and food lovers a reason to go out and support local restaurants this spring! Estrella Damm, the “beer of Barcelona” has teamed up with 31 of Toronto’s best restaurants to kick off the summer with delicious, speciality-priced signature dishes for the entire month of May, with the return of the Estrella Damm Culinary Journey.
Sip ‘N’ Shop At Kimpton Saint George
Shop from different local vendors at this Mother’s Day pop-up at the Kimpton Saint George hotel. There’s set to be a selection of candles, home décor, candy boxes and more at the event. End the shopping adventure on a sweet note with Cops Donuts too. It’s taking place on May 8 from 10am to 2pm at 280 Bloor Street West.
Toronto Flower Market
Featuring 30+ local flower vendors, the market provides the perfect opportunity to browse and shop for various flowers, plants, succulents and seedlings. It’s taking place on one Saturday every month from May to October, with the first session on Mother’s Day weekend on May 7. You can find the market at TD Commons Park, 1001 Queen Street West.
Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition
The photography and art exhibit welcomes visitors to see the images and stories that highlight the life of Princess Diana. It is available for viewing to the public until June 12, daily from 5pm to 9:30pm. Tickets can be purchased here.
High Tea At Doggos
The start-up company, Doggos, has teamed up with Twinkle Links to offer a Mother’s Day High Tea experience that includes hanging out with puppies from Helpaws. The price starts from $150 and tickets can be booked online here. The event is taking place on May 8 at Crayon Studio, located at 688 Richmond Street West, Suite 304.