Family Day Weekend Guide
Long weekends are the best weekends! Get out and visit some the great attractions we have in the city or check out our list below for some great things happening this weekend!
The competition captures the imagination of local and international designers, inviting them to transform the lifeguard stations along Toronto’s east-end beaches into whimsical works of public art. The six winning installations, selected amongst hundreds of submissions from around the world, will be displayed along Woodbine beach
1675 Lake Shore Blvd E
Starting Monday until Mar 30
Hot Chocolate Fest
Hot Chocolate Fest will take over the whole stackt site with chocolate pop ups, musical performances, s’mores kits, drink specials, workshops + Valentine’s programs to keep it warm + spicy through the cold winter months.
stackt market, 28 Bathurst Street,
Until Feb 21
Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre 8th Annual Free Family Fun Day
For the eighth consecutive year, the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre will welcome the community on Family Day. The Centre has a great lineup of in-person family-oriented scheduled programming that everyone can enjoy. All activities require advance booking.
Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
Monday 8:30– 3:30 PM
Family Day Weekend at Ontario Place
Warm up at our Community Bonfire, hosted at the Cedar Cove North Fire Pit, Get a hot chocolate or light snack at the concession in the West Commons, Check out the ice formations and spectacular sunsets along the western shore of the West Island.
955 Lake Shore Blvd West
Enjoy an immersive experience along a 1.5 km walking path that travels into the future and back. Terra Lumina is the eleventh unique experience created in Moment Factory’s Lumina night walk series.
FRI-SUN 6:45 PM onwards
Experience a family-friendly outdoor winter festival at Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto as you celebrate the magic of winter with ice and snow sculptures, illuminated structures, life size snow globes, light show and more! Choose between a walk thru experience or drive thru in the comfort and safety of your car.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Until Feb 27
Little Canada allows visitors to explore all of Canada in the heart of Downtown Toronto. The miniature attraction showcases famous Canadian landscapes and landmarks in intricate detail on a small scale.
10 Dundas Street E
Monday 11-7 PM
Kids Corner Live
Join us for 60 minutes of interactive fun as we virtually explore Ontario’s Legislative Building. Learn how provincial parliament works, see where laws are passed for the province of Ontario and participate in a debate, games and much more.
FRI & SAT
Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF)
TBFF Kids Fest is Online and we are excited for a fun-filled, family day celebration. We have a variety of activities designed for Children ages 4-12 to enjoy from the comfort and safety of their homes.
Monday 11- 4 PM
Journey across cultures and time with Travelling Tales! Experience new and exciting worlds from the comfort of your own home or classroom with three exciting tales from three distinct cultures. This online production animates traditional West African, Mohawk and French-Canadian tales through an imaginative blend of puppetry, masks, music and song. Recommended for ages 5-9/SK-Gr. 4.
Online By Young People’s Theatre
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