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Weekend Guide January 22-23

We are starting to see the light at the end of this COVID wave. What have you been doing to keep you sane? Some new events are opening this weekend, check them out below.


Festival of Cool

The festival brings our globe’s Northern cultures to our campus, getting to the warm heart of their existence while championing their success and framing what impacts them, including climate change, global policy and tourism.

Nordic Lights -public art installation

DJ Skate Nights -Saturday evenings at 8pm, starting TBA

Long Journey Home: Liv Aurora Jensen alias Liss Stende

& Design Matters Exhibit

Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West

Until February 13


Alpaca Private Tour and Visit

In this exclusive private tour for up to 6 guests, you will get close and personal to Champion alpacas as you walk through their paddocks and home. Hand feeding these majestic creatures is an intimate experience that will leave you in awe.

Brae Ridge Farm & Sanctuary, 7667 Maltby Rd E, Puslinch


The Aga Khan Museum’s latest outdoor exhibition is a visual travelogue of adventurer Christopher Wilton-Steer’s 2019 expedition along the Silk Road. Kicking off his journey in Venice and finishing off in Beijing.

Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Dr, North York

Until March 7


DesignTO

The Festival transforms Toronto into a hub for creativity, taking design and art out of the studio and into the urban sphere, bringing people together to celebrate contemporary culture. Online and in-person. Most events and exhibitions are free, but some require a RSVP or purchased tickets.

Until Jan 30


The Complex

a unique, immersive online theatre experience where no two shows are the same. Taking place in the digital world of a Gather.town environment, participants must work together to select one of the Prospects to be society's future leader. This audience-led event is a fun and exciting new way to experience theatre and allows participants to interact as much or as little as they want.

Until Jan 30


Spray Lake Ice Skating Trail

Visit the this winter wonderland for private ice skating and hockey events in the Holland Marsh. 2 KM natural Ice Trail on the lake and 3 shinny pads in the middle of the lake is fun for the whole family.

Spray Lake Waterpark, 18205 Keele Street, King Twp

Until March 7


The Bentway Skate Trail

The Bentway transforms into a uniquely urban winter wonderland with a 220 metre skate trail.Skates and helmets are available to rent (sizing available on a first-come, first-served basis) and skate sharpening is available.

Free skate lessons for youth and adults courtesy of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport begin on January 11, 2022 . Pre-registration is required.

Bentway, 250 Fort York Blvd


Evergreen Brick Works Skating

Experience the magic of one of the best skating rinks in Toronto at Evergreen Brick Works.

The Evergreen Brick Works outdoor skating rink weaves through snow-covered gardens under exposed beams from the roof of the old brick factory.

Every weekend Sunday 11am-4pm & Dec 17-Dec 22

Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave


Harbourfront Centre Skating Rink

The Harbourfront Centre‘s ice skating rink is BACK

Harbourfront Centre


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.

SAT 8AM- 1PM






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