Updated: Nov 5, 2020
How are you planning to celebrate Halloween this year? Get a jump on the festivities with a haunted adventure this weekend.
Go on a Haunted Adventure: https://bit.ly/3oi4u5F
See the Salmon Run
Early September to Early November when temperatures are between 3°C to 18°C, Chinook Salmon, Atlantic Salmon, Pink Salmon and Coho Salmon migrate upstream from Ontario’s Great Lakes to lay their eggs in the shallows before winter settles in.
Here are few places to go within GTA to see the runs: https://bit.ly/3jdXm6u
High Park Pumpkin Float
Come carve a pumpkin and set it afloat with other ghoulish gourds!
Fast-paced, interactive, heart-warming and hilarious, the Superdogs continue to break new ground and reach new heights with their very own Howl-O-ween shows.
Until November 1, 2020
Discover a haunted house, a frightening forest walk, Halloween activities, bonfire, scary stories and live owls.
Kortright Centre for Conservation
Until October 30
The world’s largest Indigenous festival showcasing film, video, audio, and digital & interactive media made by Indigenous screen-content creators. The digital Festival presents compelling and distinctive works from Canada and around the globe, reflecting the diversity of Indigenous nations and illustrating the vitality and dynamism of Indigenous arts, perspectives, and cultures in contemporary media.
Visit a Farmers’ Market
St. Lawrence Farmers’ Market
SAT 5 AM - 3 PM
Saturday Farmers Market at Evergreen Brick Works
SAT 8AM- 1PM
Leslieville Farmers’ Market
SUN 9AM- 1:30PM