The best Winter Events at Toronto

Toronto Christmas Market, ©[lucas.gomes]/Flickr

Toronto is a fine city where I love to live and work, it is worth to visit. The quality of life is high the services are reliable; the urban environments are the safest in the world. We have a mandate to support and develop dynamic, original and available events and festivals.

Toronto can celebrate the healthiness and variety of this good city, enriching the life’s quality for residents and tourists are coming here from the whole world. More than 30 events and festivals are organizing in Toronto every year. Here are some information about of some events which Toronto Special Event produces.

Toronto Christmas Market

The Christmas Market starts on December 04, 2012 and it will end on December 16, 2012. The Distillery District with local craftsmen, family entertainment, shopping and more take over the holiday street market which is inspired by Christmas Markets European style. There is a stage too with musical performers, group of singers, gardens of beer and Santa Claus with his reindeer.

Toronto Christmas Market, ©[lucas.gomes]/Flickr

Mozart’s Magical Castle

The event starts Magical Castle of Mozart on December 1, 2012 and ends on December 30, 2012. The partners are Opera Atelier and Casa Loma they create a range of performances, instructive workshops and artistic activities that will represent participants to the dance, music, and the story of The Magic Flute, Mozart’s famous opera. Activities like scavenger hunt and costumed characters will guarantee that every patrons will participate in the excitement.

Winterfest on Toronto’s Waterfront

This event offers a range of activities for the whole family!  For Free You can visit Santa’s Workshop and there are lot of programs for all-ages. I mention a few: film screenings, concerts, a scavenger hunt, storytelling, activities, ice-skating and a holiday marketplace.

Lights of December at Toronto, ©MSVG/Flickr

Christmas Lamplight of Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek is the highlights of the performance, covered in the shine of lamplight, dressed in the best holiday decor, with live music, food and activities. The program is only or with dinner available. It’s open on Saturdays, Dec 8, 15 and 22

Christmas Story

Holy Trinity Church, ©ocad123/Flickr

The Christmas Story is Presented by the Holy Trinity Church. It starts on December 7, 2012 and end on December 23, 2012. Toronto love the Christmas Story. This is the best holiday tradition. The first one it was in 1938. Actually, it started in England at London, in 1928. Queen Elizabeth and Margaret were present as little girls. A narrated scene tells the Christmas story and beautiful organ music plays with carols. 100 volunteers playing in it trying to make alive the old and true story.

 

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