Dreaming of a fun filled winter?

If winter is your favourite time of year, get ready for lots of fun! South Etobicoke has a range of activities to fill your 2018-2019 social calendars.



Toronto Christmas Market 2018, Thursday, Nov 15th – Sunday, Dec 23rd 

Distillery District, 55 Mill Street, Toronto

Explore the sights, sounds and tastes of the Christmas season. Enjoy the beautiful holiday decorations and start your Christmas shopping. Great for families, couples and date nights.


 One of A Kind Show & Sale, Nov 22- Dec 2nd

Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd. Toronto

Support local artisans and admire their masterpieces. Shop for unique Christmas and holiday gifts.


Etobicoke Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade, Saturday, Dec 1st 10 am (starts at Dwight Ave. near the McDonald’s)

Get into the whole family into the holiday spirit. Enjoy this traditional festive parade and leave with a smile, candy canes and great memories.


Aquavision 2018 Watercolour Exhibit, Sunday December 9th 9 am-5 pm

Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, 399 The West Mall, Toronto                                                   

Bring the kids to see some original works of art, and enjoy the complimentary reception. This is a free, all ages event.


Colonel Sam Smith Skating Trail, 3145 Lake Shore Blvd W., Etobicoke

With or without snow on the ground, this outdoor skating rink is well maintained for daily use. Skate around the figure-8 shape trail of Colonel Samuel Park. Outdoor music is played between 9 am to 10 pm on weekends and during the week from 5 to 10 pm. Skate rentals are not available, remember to bring your skates!




Visit the MasterCard Centre, 400 Kipling Ave, Toronto

Take your family to watch a free Toronto Maple Leafs or Marlies practice session. Enjoy public skate nights, or one of many drop-in skate and shiny programs.


Winterlicious, Jan 25th – Feb 7th                                                                                                            

Sample divine dishes on a budget as part of Toronto’s winter culinary celebration. Over 200 participating Toronto restaurants offer an affordable fixed price lunch and dinner menu. Yum!


Coldest Night of the Year, Feb 23rd          

Church on the Queensway, 1536 The Queensway, Etobicoke                                                            

The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walking fundraiser that raises money for the hungry and homeless in 65 Canadian communities. “Face the cold while doing some good!”


Centennial Ski and Snowboard Centre 256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke                                  

Why head up north when you can enjoy skiing and snowboarding close to home?


Etobicoke Olympium, 590 Rathburn Road, Toronto 

Ready for a swim? Ditch the cold and soak in relaxing warm water for a change. The Etobicoke Olympium is available for fitness centre and pool fun. Registered and drop in programs are available.


March Break, March 11-15th                                                                                                                                                  

Spend the week chilling with the kids! There are lots of programs and activities for children of all ages. Check your local community centre and library for a list of March Break camps and programs.


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