Bring snacks, friends and your comfy clothes to enjoy the show! The Central Library is the place to be from 2:30pm-4pm when they show a feature movie.
Beyond the sugar shack tours, pancakes and taffy tasting, there is so much more to the weekend-long festival including birds of prey demonstrations, live music from local artists, kids games & activities, woodcarving demos; and of course chickadee feeding!
There will be a lot to do at Walt’s Sugar Shack March 28 and 29. We will have a pancake and sausage breakfast, sugar making process tours, live entertainment and many new events for 2020 including a Salem Road Market.
Discover one of Canada’s most time-honoured and tasty traditions at Westfield Heritage Village’s Maple Syrup Festival. From the tree to the table, explore historical and modern methods of making of maple syrup.
The KW Home & Garden Show enjoys more than 150 exhibitors and an estimated 15,000 visitors yearly. Visitors can expect to find answers to their homedécor, renovation and landscaping questions – all in one place!
Get ready for cottage season with us. Meet 600 exhibitors showing boats, docks, builders, contractors, innovative building products, green solutions, decor and style, arts and crafts, food and entertaining, water toys and more.
Kids learn through exploration, discovery and play. Creative, hands on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) activities will help them discover lots of new and exciting things.
After nightfall at the Toronto Zoo this winter, you are invited to pursue an immersive experience along a 1.5 km walking path that travels into the future and back. Your journey begins when a portal carries you into the luminescent wonders of the year 2099, a time when humans and nature have learned to live in harmony.
An Aga Khan Museum and the Luciano Benetton Foundation’s Imago Mundi partnership fosters dialogue and understanding between communities in a series of second-generation artistic commissions exploring cross-cultural artistic realities.