Winterfolk Blues & Roots Festival: With more than 150 artists performing, the Winterfolk Blues & Roots Festival is perfect for music-lovers seeking new and exciting things to do in Toronto.
Toronto Light Festival 2019: The Toronto Light Festival will transform the neighbourhood into one of the largest open-air galleries in North America, lighting up the long winter nights with distinctive works from local and international light artists.
The 2019 Canadian International Autoshow: Come see thousands of vehicles, ranging from the exotic to classic muscle cars, in Canada’s largest automotive expo, running until Feb. 24
Art At The X – Black History Month Edition: Art At The X is a unique monthly art gala and after party series that takes place at the breathtaking Hotel X; a luxury hotel on the Lake Ontario Waterfront in Downtown Toronto.
Skating at Nathan Phillips Square: Skate at Toronto’s favourite ice rink in front of city hall daily until the middle of March.
Toronto Postcard Club 38th annual sale: Canada’s largest vintage postcard show. Many 1,000’s of postcards for sale from many countries covering many topics.
Winter Jazz: Free concerts that range from thoughtful modern jazz, to dancefloor-shaking funk and soul, to classic sounds.
BC Home & Garden Show: Over 425 trusted brands and local companies are featured at the show, including the industry’s top home improvement celebrities and local designers. Some of the 2019 Speakers and Celebrities include Bryan Baeumler, HGTV’s Bryan Inc.; Carson Arthur, HGTV’s Critical Listing, Green Force, Room to Grow and Home to Win; Mickey Fabbiano and Sebastian Sevallo, First to Worst.
Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival: Films highlighting mountain experiences, sports and culture.
Vancouver Comic and Toy Show: Featuring over 200 large 8ft tables all action-packed with vintage comics, action figures & all things pop pulture related.
JFL Northwest: Comedy is taking over the city! Get ready for Seth Rogan, Michelle Wolf, Fred Armisen, Aziz Ansari, Whitney Cummings and more international and local acts.
Bacio Rosso: An intimate, fully immersive evening of cirque, comedy and cuisine. Guests are seated in the heat of the action with jugglers, contortionists, trapeze artists, magicians, singers and clowns weaving together an evening of magic and laughter. The entertainment is all combined with a delicious 4-course gourmet menu designed by local award winning chef Adam Pegg of La Quercia.
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- Catch a movie with the (real) stars at the Twilight Drive-in Movie Theatre opening March 1!
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