Family

Jan 14 - Jun 24 2018, 11:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Animal Explorers provides a series of fun scavenger hunts for kids ages 12 and under. Children can team up with one of our cuddly Animal Explorers and take them along as they explore the ROM. Most Sundays 11 AM to 3 PM; free with Museum admission.
Jul 20 - Aug 01 2018
We will visit Star City, just outside Moscow, the once secret site to train the pride of the Soviet Union, Russian cosmonauts. Canada’s Chris Hadfield trained in its full-sized Soyuz capsules. We will visit the great sites of Moscow too… Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, and the Kremlin. Then on to see the greatest treasures of the Old Russian Empire in St. Petersburg with its renowned palaces, canals and a jewel of the art world – the Hermitage. Your host for this unique trip will be Bob McDonald of CBC’s Quirks and Quarks.
Aug 17 - Sep 03 2018
The President's Choice SuperDogs are back at the Canadian National Exhibition with shows daily!
Dec 12-16 2018
Corteo is springing back to life and marking its triumphant return to the circus arena after a two-and-a-half year hiatus. The newly built stage brings audiences closer to the circus performers and will feature 260 costumes, 51 acrobats, musicians, singers, and actors.
Jun 23 2018 (Saturday), 12:00 PM
Join us on Saturday June 23 for a fun filled day at our Annual Traditional Pow Wow. Free event, open to public. There will be traditional dancing and drumming, craft vendors and information tables, food and drink sales, Red Pepper children's activity area. This year APTN has partnered with us to present a LIVE televised Round Dance at 1:30. This is the fourth year Na-Me-Res has partnered with Fort York to present our traditional pow wow. Many thanks to Canada Heritage and Toronto Arts Council for your generous support towards the success of our Pow Wow
Jun 23-24 2018
The new Rose Garden plan features a spectacular display of roses and companion plants intended to extend seasonal interest and keep diseases at bay. Our focus is on disease resistant, disease-tolerant and cold-hardy roses, including Canadian introductions. We’re excited to present an innovative, sustainable and inspiring experience, the quintessential rose garden for Canada’s largest botanical garden.
Jun 21-24 2018
The Indigenous Arts Festival is an annual celebration of traditional and contemporary Indigenous music, dance, theatre, storytelling, film, crafts and food.
Jun 05-26 2018
А changing weekly program of symphonies, jazz standards, and cabaret tunes performed by the Toronto Concert Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Kerry Stratton The Setting: the Glass Pavilion at Casa Loma, whose gothic castle towers above the lawns against the sparkling backdrop of the Toronto skyline.
Jul 01 2018 (Sunday)
Downsview Park invites you to celebrate Canada Day on July 1, 2018 with FREE activities for the whole family, and a spectacular fireworks show to end the night! Bring your friends, family, and neighbours out for a fun-filled afternoon and evening, beginning at 6 p.m., featuring FREE inflatables and games for children, face painters, and live entertainment.
Jul 01 2018 (Sunday)
Sanchez: this Kingston-bred singer, known for turning audiences into his own choir, became one of the biggest reggae stars in all of Jamaica with his first hit, “Lady in Red”—he was so popular that when he played the Reggae Sunsplash festival, audiences called him back for a whopping six encores Also appearing: I-Wayne, Yami Bolo, Tiffanie Malvo, Local Star, Kerion Band The venue: outside of Woodbine Mall
May 26 - Jul 01 2018
This highly acclaimed adaptation brings new life to Stevenson’s classic through virtuosic performances and big laughs. Coming fresh off of 4 Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations, the cast of four shines in full historical costume while athletically swapping amongst a myriad of lively characters.
Apr 20 - Jul 02 2018
The World of the Fatimids bears witness to a remarkable dynasty that built one of the world’s oldest universities, compiled one of its greatest libraries, and fostered a flowering of the arts and sciences. At its height in the 10th and 11th centuries, the Fatimids established one of the greatest civilizations in the world, influencing knowledge and culture throughout the Mediterranean, Europe, and the Near East.
Jul 01-02 2018
This Canada Day weekend we invite you to Party Like its 1867! Experience the excitement of a 19th century carnival as performers juggle fire, attempt daring feats of strength and amaze you with unbelievable magic tricks. With musicians, theatrical performances and carnival games, this is an event not to be missed.
Jul 06 2018 (Friday), 07:30 PM
We are glad to announce WILDFIRE DANCE STUDIO end of the year performance: “DANCE GALAXY" VENUE: Vaughan City Playhouse, 1000 New Westminster Drive, Vaughan, ON L4J 8G3 We ALL worked hard during the year and are now ready to show everyone the great result! Starting from our little dancers who are as little as 5 years old up to the group of advanced dancers – all will show their unique talents on stage!
Jun 29 - Jul 08 2018
For the better part of a century, the Royal Canadian Circus has roamed the Great White North, delighting four generations of audiences with classic big-top acts. The current lineup, headlined by Ringmaster Extraordinaire, Joseph Dominic Bauer, continues the entertaining tradition: the Dominguez Dogs soar through the tent, former Cirque du Soleil performer Tommy Tequila juggles up to nine ping pong balls with his mouth, the legendary Guerrero Duo from Portugal nimbly travel atop the high wire, The Chinese Acrobats Troupe, and aerialists and acrobats push the bounds of the human body. Graceful dancers round out the cast
Jul 14-15 2018
Celebrate summer at the 6th annual Sufra Halal Food Festival in Toronto. Free parking, food sampling, shopping, entertainment, children's activities and more — all weekend long!
Jun 07 - Jul 29 2018
Humble little Charlie Bucket lives in a dilapidated old house with his extended, mostly bedridden, family—but a golden ticket grants him (and four other children) access to the magical factory of the mysteriously reclusive Willy Wonka. There, amid a chocolate river and Oompa Loompas, Charlie learns the real reason for Wonka’s tour. Songs from the 1971 film starring Gene Wilder mix with original tunes from Leslie Bricusse of Jekyll & Hyde fame and Anthony Newley.
Apr 29 - Aug 27 2018
There's a seat for you at the harvest table in the historic kitchen on Sunday afternoons throughout the year. Relax and have a chat over tea and homemade cookies, and enjoy a tour of this lovely 1850s farmhouse.
Aug 28 2018 (Tuesday), 07:30 PM
In collaboration with Ashkenaz Festival and Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto Hailed by more than 100 critics and journalists from around the world, Yiddish Glory is an astonishing program of songs written by Jewish lyricists and composers during World War II in the Soviet Union.
Jun 02 - Sep 16 2018
J.E.H MacDonald: Up Close will celebrate the art and science of J.E.H. MacDonald’s artistic practice through an examination of his works from the McMichael collection. McMichael Conservator, Alison Douglas, will share the research results from a Canadian Conservation Institute study that created a base line for ‘what makes a MacDonald painting?’ Complete with microscopic photographs, the materials and methods of the artist will be explored in depth, especially in relation to the artist’s fondness for small studies.
May 12 - Oct 20 2018
Toronto Flower Market celebrates and supports Ontario grown flowers & plants, connecting growers and florists directly with the city. Together, we raise awareness about flower varieties grown locally in fields and greenhouses while cultivating a passionate local flower community
Oct 20 2018 (Saturday), 08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
SERGEI NAKARIAKOV Trumpeter MARIA MEEROVICH Pianist SINFONIA TORONTO / NURHAN ARMAN Conductor “The Paganini of the Trumpet” and a superb pianist kick off our 20th Anniversary season with two brilliant favourites Program MOZART Horn Concerto No. 4 SHOSTAKOVICH Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Orchestra BEETHOVEN Kreutzer Sonata
Mar 10 - Oct 21 2018
Amongst the algorithmic pulsations that remap informational networks at the whim of any giant tech company, hip hop culture in Canada produces ways of knowing (and being in) the world that continually disrupt the status quo. Self-styling, attitude, and linguistic ingenuity are but three ways in which the urgent spirit of hip hop culture exceeds the various mediums aimed at capturing and commodifying this highly innovative and often intangible culture.
Dec 07-16 2018
Returning to Toronto for the first time in two decades, the scruffy, disarming troupe of clowns will take audiences on a spellbinding adventure, unleashing full-throttle madness amidst enchanting, contemplative moments, before roaring to its legendary finish.
from Oct 04 2018 to Jan 13 2019
This exhibition will document an artistic career that spanned the first half of the 20th century, bringing together more than 90 works in oil and watercolour, never-before-exhibited photographs and drawings by the artist, and memorabilia collected by Milne during his time in Europe as an official war artist.
Feb 06-16 2019
HOTEL is the story of a place and the travelers who come passing through it. A stopover where lives intersect, collide and juxtapose for a brief time to generate tales and memories. Acrobatics, theatre, dance and live music, will draw spectators into a colorful, timeless world. Avant-garde stage design, inspired by the elegance of the great hotels, will carry the narrative. All that remains is to enter through the lobby door and get swept away by the grandeur and poetry of HOTEL.
May 16-19 2019
Featuring free and ticketed events all weekend long, it’s a new festival for children showcasing the best programming for children from around the corner and around the world.
from Jan 18 2015 to Jan 17 2021, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Free Sunday Walking Tours take place every first and third Sunday of the month, including holidays, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Meet at the benches across the road from the south side of Grenadier Restaurant in the middle of High Park. Walks may go on wooded trails, so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Walks are led by volunteer scientists, historians, and local naturalists who will help you to understand and explore High Park’s many significant features. Walking Tours are volunteer-led with the support of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation.
from Feb 10 2015 to Feb 28 2021, 11:45 AM - 02:00 PM
There are many ways to learn about Osgoode Hall, home of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Visit us or explore our site to find out more about this nearly 200-year-old architectural gem. Osgoode Hall Restaurant features the cuisine of Executive Chef Adam Foley.