Toronto Light Festival 2019: The Distillery District is transformed 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.
Toronto Blue Jays Winter Fest: Get up to speed at this fun fan celebration featuring Jays’ players.
Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur: See the well-preserved remains of a prehistoric beast which ROM paleontologists recently identified as a new species.
Forgotten Genius: This exhibit is devoted to the story of Philo T. Farnsworth (1906-1971), the man who revolutionized television and changed the future of communications on earth. On until April 15 at MZTV Museum of Television.
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.
Lunar Eclipse at the Space Centre: Learn more about the Moon and eclipses in a special show in the Planetarium Star Theatre. The observatory will also be open so you can check out the Moon up close through the telescope–if it’s a cloudy night there will be a live feed of the eclipse in the Planetarium Star Theatre.
Canyon Lights: The suspension bridge, Treetops Adventure, Cliffwalk, the rainforest and canyon are transformed into a world of festive lights and visual enchantment, high up above the canyon. You can also go on a “Snowy Owl Prowl”, decorate gingerbread cookies (by donation) and sing-along carols with a holiday band.