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A Season of Celebrations

_3EB0687It’s the season of events, celebrations and festivities… Look at what’s ahead in the next few weeks!

  • Super Bowl 50 – February 7, 2016
    Half-time show includes Beyonce and Coldplay.
  • St. Valentine’s Day – Sunday, Februry 14
    Celebrate in many countries around the world as a time to remember those we love, Valentine’s Day is a welcomed bright spot in a grey February!
  • Family Day – Monday, February 15
    Observed in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, and British Columbia, Family Day was originally created to give people time to spend with their families. Common Family Day activities include skating, playing hockey, snowboarding/skiing and going to various winter festivals.
  • Grammy Awards – Monday, February 15
    The recording industry’s most prestigious award, this year, Kendrick Lamar earned 11 nominations for the 2016 Grammys, both Taylor Swift and The Weeknd tie for second with 7 nominations apiece.
  • The Oscars – Sunday, February 28
    Hosted by Chris Rock. Make sure you enter our annual contest.
  • March Break  – March 14-18
    Be prepared, parents, the kids at Toronto public and Catholic schools are on vacation.
  • St. Patrick’s Day – Thursday, March 17
    A cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In Irish communities around the world (including Toronto), the beer is dyed green and you’re guaranteed a good time at one of our numerous Irish pubs. Toronto’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place on Sunday, February 13, beginning at 12 noon at Bloor and St. George.
  • Easter – Sunday, March 27