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Weekend Guide: March 5-6

When was the last time you went for brunch? Get out and support your favourite brunch place. Afterwards, head out to one of the events featured in our weekend guide.

Winter Wander

Join a guided walk at Tommy Thompson Park to explore this natural space in the heart of the city and experience the sights, sounds and therapeutic benefits of nature.

Tommy Thompson Park, 1 Leslie St

March 5 1-4pm

Celebrate Toronto

To ring in Toronto’s 188th Anniversary, Celebrate Toronto will resume online programming for the month of March 2022.


Experience the evolution of our city through the eyes of Toronto’s emerging artists. The art gallery at the St. Lawrence Market is now showcasing 60 artworks acquired by the City from the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair over the past six decades. Do a little shopping at the market and then head upstairs to this free show and explore the ever-changing geographical and cultural landscape of our city.

The Market Gallery, 95 Front St E

Until April 17th

Winter Stations

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


A unique travelling art installation consists of 6 to 25 self-inflating spheres from 6 to 30 feet in diameter.

120 Adelaide St W

Until March 5th

Island of Warmth

Gather around a large fire, made of more than 150 incandescent light bulbs, an electrifying campfire that comes to life to music that is composed specially for the occasion

Yonge-Dundas Square

Until March 20th

Bata Shoe Museum

Take a fascinating journey and experience the many facets of footwear: its evolution and symbolism through the ages, the methods and materials of its manufacture and its place in our imaginations.

327 Bloor St W,

Go indoor rock climbing in the East End.

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