National Bridal Show: The bridal show takes over the Enercare Centre Friday to Sunday.
Toronto Light Festival 2019: The Distillery District is transformed into one of the largest open-air galleries in North America.
Winterlicious: Explore Toronto’s food culture at this year’s Winterlicious from Jan. 25 to Feb. 7, 2019.
Skating at Nathan Phillips Square: Skate at Toronto’s favourite ice rink in front of city hall daily until the middle of March.
Coastal Lunar Lanterns: Eight gigantic and iconic lanterns will be raised to ring in the Year of the Pig at Jack Poole Plaza; they are designed by Musqueam, Squamish, and Tslei-Waututh artists and a guest indigenous artist from the Zihing tribe in Taiwan.
Winter Wander: A family fun event including admission to Museum of Vancouver, H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, Vancouver Maritime Museum, City of Vancouver Archives and Vancouver Academy of Music. Experience our unique waterfront attractions showcasing art, history, crafts, science and performances from Bard on the Beach. Enjoy local food vendors and enter to win prizes.
Lunar New Year at Metropolis: Hundreds of lanterns will be the backdrop for beautiful photos visitors can take with their family or friends. Metropolis will also be hosting a series of activities including Chinese calligraphy and lantern making, traditional chinese dance performances, and an Asian travel-themed photo booth.
The Dine Out Vancouver Festival: Over 300 restaurants each offering multi-course dinners at select prices from fine dining to family friendly and everything in-between, plus a full calendar of tastings, secret suppers, and collaboration dinners with chefs from around the world.
Vancouver Hot Chocolate Festival: Over 20 of Vancouver’s best cafés and restaurants offer mugs of limited edition hot chocolates—past flavours have included ginger hot chocolate, Mexican hot chocolate infused with hibiscus, and hazelnut hot chocolate served with Crown Royal whiskey marshmallows.