The time for a holiday break might have ended, but the winter festivities continue in the city! There are plenty of opportunities to bask in the cold season and enjoy all that it has to offer.
Here are some of the events you don’t want to miss out on:
Toronto Light Festival
Free to the public, the festival plays host to a wide variety of light installations at the Distillery District. Now in its fourth year, the event celebrates both local and international artists. It will be open from January 17th to March 1st 2020, daily after sundown.
The festival invites all design and art lovers for this one of a kind experience. The options to view are endless, with over 100 exhibitions and events running from January 17th to 26th. The festival highlights the culture of design and creation in all its glory and definitely makes for an inspiring visit. The design week is set to take place throughout the city and most of the exhibits are free to attend.
Skating at Nathan Phillips Square
Winter in the city means it’s time to get your skates on and head to Nathan Phillips Square! With just $5-$10 for skate rentals, it’s the perfect chance to enjoy the weather and skate in front of an awesome skyline view.
Toronto Blue Jays™ Winter Fest
The two-day event presented by TD is set to take place on January 18th and 19th at Rogers Centre. Now in its third year, the Winter Fest will feature appearances by Blue Jays players, live entertainment, ballpark tours and a lot more! Fans also have autograph sessions and guided tours to look forward to.
Experience the best of Toronto’s food culture by participating in this city-wide culinary experience! The event features three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at more than 200 restaurants, with prices starting at $23. If you’re looking to try your hand at a new cuisine, you’ll definitely want to check this out!