6 Things to Do in Toronto This Spring

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Winter is finally behind us and spring has sprung in Toronto. It’s time to step out of hibernation and go outside and enjoy all the wonderful festivals and activities that Toronto has to offer.


Toronto Food & Drink Market


Toronto Food Drink
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Now in its 25th year, the Toronto Food and Drink Market has something for everyone. There will be celebrity chefs, sampling of food and drinks, and new this year, a farmer’s market.


Toronto Botanical Garden


Botanical Garden
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Now that the sun is shining, take some time to enjoy everything the Toronto Botanical Gardens have to offer. There are 17 award-winning gardens that you can explore over 17 acres. There are garden tours, field trips, and programs for visitors of all ages.


Odysseo


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For a one-of-a-kind theatre experience, make sure to see Odysseo this spring. With more than 70 horses, acrobats, and a real carousel you are sure to be inspired and awe struck at the same time.


TIFF Kids International Film Festival


TIFF Kids International Film Festival
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This film festival is designed for children ages three and up to learn about the world through film. Make sure to check out the digiPlaySpace where kids can make their own movies against a green screen and many more activities.


100th Anniversary of 2nd Ypres April 1915


100th Anniversary of 2nd Ypres April 1915
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Put on by the 48th Highlanders of Canada, this is the first in a series of Great War events. This event goes on for five days and attendees are bound to be completely immersed in factual recreations. People will learn about the first use of chemical warfare as well as commemorating those who lost their lives.


Toronto Art Crawl


Toronto Art Crawl
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Back again for its third year, the art crawl in Toronto is something you definitely don’t want to miss. There are DJs, food trucks, and local art. Best of all, seeing all the amazing art is free of charge.

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