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Weekend Guide: November 27-28

It's a great weekend for shoppers with Black Friday deals and the One of a Kind Show! Also lots of festive events happening, check out our list below!

One of a Kind Winter Show

#OOAK brings together the country’s most talented makers so you can shop and discover the best in Canadian Made.

Enercare Centre, 100 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto

Until Dec 5

UnCovered The Music of Dolly Parton

Featuring wildly inventive arrangements of Dolly Parton classics by music director Reza Jacobs and award-winning Canadian artists who have graced international stages and screens, UnCovered is a one-of-a-kind ‘unmissable’ event.


Wed-Fri until Dec 11

Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic

Holiday Magic is a community celebration that will feature an impressive live performance from Kiesza and the annual “Flick the Switch” Lighting Ceremony.

Village of Yorkville Park

Until Dec 26

Cavalcade of Lights

The City’s glittering tree and skating events return plus – new for this year – mesmerizing light installations inspired by cultural festivals from around the world.

Nathan Phillips Square

Harbourfront Centre Skating Rink

The Harbourfront Centre‘s ice skating rink is BACK

Harbourfront Centre

Caribbean Eats Indoor Night Market: An All Black Affair

Toronto's first Indoor Night Market featuring quality black-owned businesses from across the GTA!

2642 Eglinton Ave East

Saturdays until December 18

The Distillery Winter Village

Amongst The Distillery District’s 75+ local merchants, restaurants and cafés, you’ll find 8 new vendor cabins offering uniquely curated seasonal items and gifts, plus 12 mouth-watering food cabins.

The Distillery District

Until Dec 31

Leslieville Wanderlust

Wanderlust is back, check out the Deals & Delights Advent Calendar and Digital Gift Guide.


Until Dec 19

Toronto Zoo Holiday Marketplace

This outdoor market will showcase over 90 amazing artisans, processors, and producers from our local and surrounding communities.

Toronto Zoo, 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Scarborough

Until Dec 23

Christmas Trail

Canadian Tire’s magical, multi-sensory Christmas Trail is designed to immerse guests in the sights and sounds of Christmas while staying cozy and warm in the comfort of their own vehicle is back for another season.

1000 Murray Ross Parkway, North York

Until Dec 23

Immersive Nutcracker: A Winter Miracle

Using state of the art technology that puts you right in the middle of the action, it begins with a starry sky, a breathtaking snowstorm and a giant fir tree beyond all imagining that falls to earth and reappears as the Christmas tree of every child’s dreams in a wondrous household filled with toys, as a starry-eyed young girl tries to take it all in.

Toronto Star Building, 1 Yonge St Toronto

Until Dec 24

Polar Winter Festival

Polar isn’t your average holiday market. From selfies with the real live Santa Claus to larger-than-life holiday decor, this is a Christmas festival designed to transport guests to an enchanting winter wonderland.

Bandshell Park, 210 Princes' Boulevard, Toronto

Until Dec 26

Casa Loma’s Holiday Light Tour

Wander through a dazzling lighting display in the gardens and tunnels, all decorated for the festive season. Designed as a self-guided walk, guests stroll through the property’s grounds while enjoying the spectacular decorations, outdoor lighting displays and live performances in a safe environment.

Casa Loma

Until Dec 30


An immersive holiday experience featuring ice-skating on Snow Flake Lake, more than a dozen live shows and holiday entertainment, millions of spectacular lights, themed areas and hundreds of beautiful Christmas trees throughout the park.

Canada’s Wonderland

Until Dec 31

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

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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