Happy Monday, folks! Snow’s here and so are some exciting things to do in Toronto this week. Winter festivals and pop-ups in the city are a plenty, so there are tons of opportunities to squeeze in some Christmas shopping while enjoying delicious eats and soaking in all the festive décor.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
The Bay at Stackt Market
The innovative holiday pop-up at the Stackt Market until December 31 2021 offers a collection of items from brands like Herschel, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, UGG, SMEG and lots more. The pop-up also features The Bay’s See It, Scan It, Ship It technology where users can simply scan the QR code of the product of their choice and get it shipped.
Taste of Iceland Festival
Be a part of Icelandic culture at this four-day festival from ‘Inspired by Iceland’ which runs from December 2-5. It is set to include a full roster of events, including a concert, film screening, sound bath and a night of ice-skating. More details about the festival and registration information can be found here.
Sweaters and Snowflakes
The outdoor holiday pop-up comes with a wood fire food market, live music, a cocktail & wine bar, date night paint nights and other festive activities. The pop-up will operate from December 3-26 and more details can be found here.
The Immersive Nutcracker
The exhibition is by the same team behind Immersive Van Gogh. The 30-minute performance features a whole series of projections, lights and visual effects. It is running until December 26 and tickets can be purchased here.
The Christmas-themed pop-up bar serves a variety of festive-themed drinks and snacks. The space is decorated accordingly as well, with Christmas decor and vibrant lights and ornaments. Sippin’ Santa is open until December 26 and more details can be found here.