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Weekend Guide Feb 5-6

With restrictions easing there is much more to do this weekend. Plan a visit to some of our amazing galleries, museums, and attractions. The AGO, the Aga Khan Museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Science Centre, Casa Loma, the Gardiner Museum, and Ripley’s Aquarium are just some of the places that are open!

La Poutine Week

Each participating restaurant has created a unique poutine that is reflective of their overall concept and cuisine. Offered at a special “poutine price”, poutine-lovers are encouraged to try the tasty creations and then vote for their favourites.

Until Feb 14

Beyond Monet

People of all ages can be part of every brushstroke as Monet’s artwork comes to life in front of their very eyes.Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Front Street West, Toronto

Until March 13

Immersive Klimt

Are you ready for the revolution? Step inside the electrifying art of rebel artist, Gustav Klimt!

1 Yonge Street, Toronto

until March 27

Immersive Van Gogh Exhibition

Step inside Vincent van Gogh’s most incredible works of art.

1 Yonge Street, Toronto

until March 27

Winterlit – An illuminated Walk in the Woods

Take a winter stroll under the stars and the glow of twinkling lights and campfires. Enjoy the fresh air, nature and enjoy the art installations displayed along the trail, live performers, food and beverages, and of course, breathtaking scenery.

Mountsberg Conservation Area, 2259 Milburough Line

Until February 20

Nordic Lights

Nordic Lights is a free, outdoor light experience featuring six interactive light works from artists from Canada, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.

Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West

Until February 13

Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works

Evergreen's Saturday Farmers Market runs year-round, connecting people in Toronto to local Ontario farmers and producers.


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