Spring is just around the corner, and the city of Toronto has a wide variety of entertainment activities and events to offer to all its visitors and inhabitants. EverythingisPRsonal brings you five amazing events that you shouldn’t miss out this March in this multicultural Canadian city.
#1 Celebrate Toronto
Celebrate Toronto is a 2-day festival that commemorates the Toronto´s 186th Anniversary. This event will be held at Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, March 7 and Sunday 8, 2020. The admission is free and is a family event!
On Saturday, March 7, you will find over 90 local vendors and a wide variety of food trucks and live performances. Also, there will be an “Imagination Zone,” an exclusive interaction family area with entertaining activities, such as themed photo-op displays to participate in several games to win some tickets to the Toronto Zoo.
On Sunday, March 8, all of your family will have a lot of fun too, because there will be the first #TorontoComicon Cosplay Skate from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Bring your best comic costume and join this fantastic and funny event with your family and friends. Vendors and food trucks will be open until 8 p.m.
If you are interested in this event, check it out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
#2 Dancing for the International Women’s Day
Are you a woman and a lover of dancing? If so, then this event is for you. Next Saturday, March 7, 2020, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. the Dancing Damsels , a not for profit organization which promotes multiculturalism for arts & women empowerment, will celebrate the Toronto International Women’s Day (IWD) at City Hall. There will be VIP guest speakers, workshops, and an award ceremony that will recognize women and youth leaders who are making extraordinary contributions to their community. The categories go from science & technology to music, public service, and volunteerism, to name only a few.
This year the International Women’s Day 2020 campaign theme is #EachforEqual.
For further information, visit the International Women’s Day´s website, or check them out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
#3 St. Patrick’s Day Parade
One of the most popular events in Canada is St. Patrick´s celebration, which takes place every March in Downtown Toronto. The St. Patrick´s Day Parade is full of colours, mainly emerald green. Despite being an event that celebrates the Irish culture, heritage and community spirit, a large number of people from a similarly large number of backgrounds to go out to Toronto’s streets to celebrate it along with their families, couples, and friends.
As part of a great custom since 1987, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade will run on Sunday, March 15, 2020, starting on the corner of Bloor Street and St. George Street (St. George subway station) heading along Bloor Street, turning south on Yonge Street and going west on Queen Street. The parade finishes at Nathan Phillips Square, with funny and entertaining activities for the whole family. The event starts at noon and will last for approximately 2 hours.
For further information, visit the St. Patrick´s Parade Society ‘s website, or check them out on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
#4 Caribbean Street Food Festival
Now in its second annual edition, Caribbean Street Food Festival will hold for the next Saturday, March 28, 2020, from noon to 7 p.m. at 519 Community Centre. This celebration of mouth-watering Caribbean flavours brings to all Torontonians an excellent opportunity to approach the Caribbean culture.
For further information, visit the JamaicanEats magazine, check them out on Facebook, or register at @Eventbrite for free admission.
#5 One of A Kind 2020 Spring Show
Spring is coming and with this, the opportunity to put all your winter clothes in the back of your closet and start looking around the city of Toronto for this season’s new fashion trends. Once of A Kind 2020 Spring Show, is an event that is held twice a year. For the 2020 edition, the Spring edition is being held from Wednesday, March 25 to March 29 at Enercare Centre. This show will bring together a wide range of items, such as silver jewelry, and unique clothes designs made by local people for all lifestyles, and budgets.
The most striking of this event is that every single item on offer is not mass-produced, which makes them almost impossible to find anywhere else in Canada, and or even anywhere else in the world.
Show Dates and Hours
- Weekdays and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Late Night Shopping: Thursday, March 26, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Venue Location: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place at 100 Princes’ Blvd., Toronto, ON, M6K 3C3.
For further information, visit their website or check them out on Facebook or Instagram.
As you can see, this March brings plenty of great events to not only commemorate the arrival of the Spring but also to share your time and memories with your loved ones in the multicultural city of Toronto.
Don’t miss out on these amazing family attractions.
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