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November 19th, 2017
Col. Danforth's Kingston Road

Col. Danforth's Kingston Road

Local Events

Christmas at
Black Creek Pioneer Village

Enjoy the Village at it's best, all dressed
for Christmas. Weekends are filled with
flaming puddings, Christmas tours,
and ballroom dancing. On December
weekends, starting December 7th, visit
with Santa, and take a ride on a horse
drawn wagon!
November 16-December 23
blackcreek.ca


Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market
Inspired by the Old World and influenced
by the New, this free event captures all
of the tradition, heritage and charm of
a European Christmas market, while
showcasing hundreds of unique and
local handcrafted products.
Musicians, carolers and children's
choirs, Santa's Childrens Workshop,
and Santa and his roaming elves. Great
shopping, specialty beer and mulled
wine gardens, sweets and treats.
November 29-December 15
Mon-Fri, 12-9 pm; Sat-Sun, 10 am-9 pm
torontochristmasmarket.com

 

Cavalcade of Lights
Glittering holiday lights, music and
fireworks at Nathan Phillips Square
Saturday, November 30, 2013
toronto.ca

Step into a Victorian Christmas
Bathed in the glow of lamplight and
dressed in its finest holiday decor, Black
Creek comes alive with live music, food
and activities. Program only or with
dinner options available.
December 7, 14, & 21
blackcreek.ca

Day Trips

Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara
The Ontario Power Generation Winter
Festival of Lights turns Niagara Falls
into a winter wonderland, with over
three million sparkling lights along
the over 5km route and outdoor ice
skating. With numerous attractions and
events, waterparks and casinos, this
wintertime Niagara Falls festival offers
plenty to experience.
November 9-January 31
wfol.com 135km

 

Sainte Marie Among the
Hurons First Light

The 14th annual, Sainte-Marie's "First
Light" is a must-see event with a
great line-up of family activities and
performers, all amidst the spectacular
glow of over 5,000 candles.
November 28-30, 5:30-9 pm
saintemarieamongthehurons.on.ca 165km

Peterborough Snofest!
Celebrate the 37th anniversary of
Snofest Peterborough with fun events
throughout January 2014. Exciting
events planned for this year include;
family skating and swimming events,
Art Gallery tour, Snofest tea parties,
Snofest Idol and horse drawn sleigh rides
at the Carnival.
The month of January 2014
peterboroughsnofest.ca 123km


Winterfest & Festival of Ice
Grab your mittens and celebrate winter.
Barrie Winterfest has been named one
of the Top 100 Festivals in Ontario
by Festivals and Events Ontario with
adventures the whole family will enjoy.
February 1 & 2, 2014
barrie.ca 115km

Weekend Getaways

       

Windsor Winter Fest
Highlighting the beauty and excitement
of the holidays, Winterfest is the family
event of the season. Ice sculptures, horse
drawn carriages, carolers and more will
transform downtown Windsor into a
winter wonderland.
November 30
winterfestwindsor.ca 370km


Niagara Icewine Festival
Discovery Pass
Tour the wintry wine route this January
and enjoy award-winning wines and food
pairings throughout the three weekends
of the Niagara Icewine Festival. Your turn
to drive this year? The Festival has you
covered with the Driver's Discovery Pass.
Enjoy non-alcoholic winery experiences
throughout the Festival for just $30.
January 10-12, 17-19, 24-26
$40 (plus HST)
niagarawinefestival.com 140km


Winterlude
The 36th edit ion of Winterlude is
Canada's favourite with winter activities
featured across Ottawa and Gatineau.
Skate on the world's largest skating rink,
check out the ice sculpture competitions
or play at North America's largest snow
playground. Fun for the entire family,
and all sites are open on Family Day.
January 31-February 17
pch.gc.ca 439km


Gravenhurst Winter Carnival
& Chainsaw Carving Festival
The Winter Carnival is back! Lots of fun
for the whole family.
February 21-23
gravenhurstchamber.com 188km

  Haliburton's Frost Festival
Celebrate Winter in the Haliburton Highlands! From ice and snowman
sculptures to skating, dog sleds to horse drawn buggies, this annual event
is enjoyed by crowds of happy people every year. Last year they gathered to
witness the first Haliburton Lions Club Polar Bear Plunge which raised almost
$20,000 towards the Sick Kids Hospital Eye Project.
February 15
frostfest.ca 239km
 

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