Cabbagetown Festival and Cabbagetown Tour of Homes

According to Cabbagetown Preservation Association, Cabbagetown is the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America. This neighbourhood is populated by various multicultural communities of artists, young professionals, but also researchers and scientists associated with nearby University of Toronto and it’s the ideal place to experience the diversity Toronto has to offer. Silver …

Top Toronto Events in March 2019

With spring around the corner, it’s time to enjoy the rest of the cold weather and icy treats and enjoy some street food and good beer. Comic and comedy aficionados alike will be delighted by this assortment of events that have activities ready for everybody in the city.

Top Toronto Events in February 2019

Both Valentine’s Day and Family Day are nearing and Toronto has several great events that will make these two special days amazing for you and your loved ones. From fun kid activities to classical music, with a bit of car-enthusiast thrills, February has it all.

Top Toronto Events in December 2018: Holidays Edition

Holidays are almost here and with December, our city transforms into a magical winter fairytale with winter markets, Santa Claus workshops and streets full of Christmas lights. Come celebrate with the rest of the Toronto, see one of the many holiday-themed performances and enjoy the atmosphere to the fullest. Etobicoke Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade When: …

Top Toronto Events in October 2018: Big Halloween Edition

With fall comes a lot of excitement back to Toronto after slower summer months, where people are trying to mostly escape the city. Maple Leafs are starting their season, there are interesting food festivals happening, but most importantly Halloween is just around the corner. So if you want to know about the spookiest places in …