Its Holiday season and you know what that means it’s time to spend quality time with family, friends, and love ones together over an open fire. Marshmallows roasting at that particular moment, when everybody is together- Is solely on how you’re family celebrates during the holiday season. Some families like to travel together during the holiday season-today and I will be providing some holiday activity ideas that you can do with family and friends
. You don’t have to travel out of the country during the holiday, spending boat loads of money to ensure
everyone is having fun during the Christmas break. Checkout all the fantastic activities that are taking place around the city of Toronto this holiday season. These activities are planned and put together carefully, for everyone in Toronto to enjoy, bring the whole gang of family and friends included.
The Toronto Christmas Market Is Located in Toronto’s Distillery District, it has started already and will continue until December 20, 2015. There are stalls setup with fantastic lights for some Holiday Shopping, and in the evening you can ride on the Ferris wheel. After taking a ride on the Ferris wheel, you can dine at one of the wonderful restaurants nearby. The Toronto Christmas Market is free Tuesday to Friday but on the weekends there’s a $5 admission. Free concerts will be taking place throughout this event, including Festival of carols.
Don’t worry about travelling 3-4 hours in order to going Snowboarding or skiing because you can do it, this holiday season in the city of Toronto. Earl Bales Park and Centennial Park are both maintained by the city of Toronto, believe it or not the resident of the city have access to these slopes. There are Programs to help develop young and old skiers, this is a great way to burn some calories and work up a sweat and most importantly have fun during this Holiday season. There are Ski resorts situated around the city of Toronto that will be happy to help you ski for the first time or reacquainting yourself.
Checkout the website for more information… http://www.toronto.com/things-to-do/articles/ski-hills-in-toronto-the-gta/
It’s a tradition in my house that we watch Home Alone 1, 2 and 3 during the holiday season. Can you believe it’s been 25 years since the Character Kevin McAllister became a live to those of us who watched it? To celebrate this nostalgic Milestone, Cineplex is showing the classic Christmas movie on the big screen just so we can relive the crazy night with the wet bandits. You can watch it at select theatres November December 21, 2015, Here are a couple places you can go and watch a classic movie that Home alone for free.