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Weekend Guide: January 8-9

Feels like we are back to square one with this pandemic except this time the novelty of staying home, baking bread & binge watching has worn off. Below is a list of things to do this weekend mostly outdoors.

Go play in the snow

​​Go on public art walk

This map shows over 400 works of public art throughout the City of Toronto

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 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

Snow Magic

An immersive and wonder filled adventure inspired by fire, ice and light! Experience illuminated art projections, state of the art pyrotechnics, and light tunnels across 1.7 km

Ontario Place

Until Jan 16

Evergreen Brick Works Skating

Experience the magic of one of the best skating rinks in Toronto at Evergreen Brick Works. The outdoor skating rink weaves through snow-covered gardens under exposed beams from the roof of the old brick factory.

Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave

Harbourfront Centre Skating Rink

The Harbourfront Centre‘s ice skating rink is BACK

Harbourfront Centre

Start a project

Use this time at home to improve your living space. Start that home improvement project or declutter. Click here for a list of decluttering tips.

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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