Weekend Guide: January 9-10

With the lockdown and a lack of snow, there is not much happening in the city. We did manage to find a few fun things to check out.



Go Ice Skating

Follow the link for a list of rinks: https://bit.ly/3qqxppd

Make a reservation online through eFun today: https://bit.ly/33z5jxW


Skate the Bentway

The Bentway is a unique and innovative public space that transforms 1.75km underneath Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway..

Bentway, 250 Fort York Blvd

Until January 31, 2021


Make your own CN Tower

Join the #mycntower challenge and replicate Toronto’s most famous landmark, and the best part of the challenge is that it doesn’t always have look anything like the actual CN Tower.

http://bit.ly/35iBl2j


Trivia Escape Crate

Switch up your game night with Toronto’s only curbside delivery Escape Room; TRIVIA ESCAPE CRATE! Combine classic trivia questions with escape room puzzles, all contained in a deliverable box!

Tickets : $75

Triviaescaperooms.com


Have a Private Visit at a Petting Zoo

Book a private visit to the Triple C Farm’s petting Zoo.

We would like to continue to provide a much needed stress break to our community through visit to our petting zoo.

Triple C Farm, 500 Carluke Rd W, Ancaster

www.triplecfarm.ca/private-visit


Take an online cooking class from a Toronto chef

You may not be able to eat at restaurants like DaiLo, Aloette, or Parallel right now, but you can learn how to cook and bake like their chefs thanks to a whole bunch of IG Live cooking classes http://bit.ly/2XlF6PW from some of the best, or make every single recipe in Toronto’s Open Source Cookbook. http://bit.ly/39h7s3E


Hit up the city’s hottest virtual club

Missing the nightlife, hitting an online nightclub is the thing to do, in fact one of the world’s hottest nightly LGBTQ events is based in Toronto. Other online parties include queer parties like Club Hunhouse every Friday and Cooler Fête for the dancehall vibes. http://bit.ly/2LbJ1MP


Help others

Create packages of essentials for people experiencing homelessness.

Toronto’s homeless population is easily the most vulnerable in the city right now, meaning no one would benefit more right now than a kit containing food items and essential toiletries. One resident is running an initiative that will drop off kits to those in need. visit http://bit.ly/3pZDVlz for more info.


Volunteer

There are plenty of other volunteer opportunities during COVID-19 in Toronto. http://bit.ly/2MEU0i9



And as always continue to #staysafe and #wearamask

#copingwithcovidto #stayhome #easttoronto


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