What to do About the Town November 19 – 21

With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, the city is in gear and ready to celebrate. There are plenty of events for those who have already embraced the holiday spirit and even some for those who are just not ready to.
Get out there and enjoy the sunshine while you still can!


Gourmet Food & Wine Expo
This annual event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is sure to please! This weekend long event boasts wine tasting, expert pairings with food and celebrity chefs! It’s a great opportunity to try wines from all over. Price $16 http://www.foodandwineexpo.ca/sitepages/

Everything to do with Sex Show
This event is self explanatory. If you’re curious, head over to the Direct Energy Centre this weekend. Price $25 http://toronto.everythingtodowithsex.com/


Girls Night In
Veronica is having another girly get together with a few of her girl friends. There will be booze, food, music and drunken rockband. Price $Wine. Invite only. http://citygirlscapes.blogspot.com

Winter Magic Illuminite
Yonge-Dundas Square will be lit up this Saturday! The evening will include a pyrotechnics show and culminates with the lighting of the tree. Price $Free http://www.wintermagic.ca

The Santa Experience at Sherway Gardens
Enjoy the magic of the holiday season at the award-winning Santa Experience, an exciting, interactive visit with Santa that features singalongs, dancing and story reading at Sherway Gardens weekdays and Saturdays until Friday, December 24. Registration is accepted in person only at the Holiday Booth near the entrance to Sherway Square. 100% of the $5 per child ticket price goes to Sleeping Children Around the World. Sessions are nearly full, so be sure to book quickly! http://www.sherwaygardens.ca

Santa’s Arrival Brunch at Erin Mills Town Centre
Santa needs your help to give back this holiday season at Santa’s Festival of Giving at Erin Mills Town Centre. The whole family is invited to a special breakfast to welcome Santa, his missus and their singing, dancing elves. Kids will decorate elf hats and jingle bell bracelets and learn to be an Elf-In-Training. Tickets are $15 each or $50 per family with proceeds donated to the Credit Valley Hospital. Tickets are available at Guest Services while quantities last. http://www.erinmills.ca


Santa Claus Parade
The event that all kids wait for – the arrival of Santa! This annual parade makes its way through the streets of Toronto with various floats and bands. Make sure you get there early to get the perfect viewing spot. Price $Free http://www.thesantaclausparade.ca/

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