The arrival of March means that St. Patrick’s Day and spring are practically around the corner! As you anticipate for their arrival, underneath are a few occasions to appreciate right now in the city. Because it is winter that doesn’t mean you can’t have a great time. Have an incredible end of the week in Toronto.
Toronto Winter Brewfest
Warm up in more ways than one this end of the week, while getting a local libation at Toronto Winter Brewfest. Test in excess of 150 lagers from crosswise over Ontario and Quebec while enjoying gourmet food from Toronto’s best food trucks at the Evergreen Brickworks.
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The celebration is separated into three different sessions — Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening. Click here for ticket availability. And if you’re wondering, why would I drink a cold beer on a cold day? As the great Cliff Clavin would say, “it actually results in more comfortable body temperature.”
Toronto Marlies ’90s Night!
Dust off your Doc Martens and develop out that mullet cause it’s a ’90s return at Coca-Cola Coliseum this Saturday. The Toronto Marlies will command their first since forever ’90s night with rad music and dope exercises for the entire family! The initial 3,500 fans through the doors will get an absolutely marvelous Marlies fanny pack — what’s more ’90s than that??? Click here for tickets. It’s certain to be all that and a bag of chips!
Antique market and vintage clothing shows
If you are looking for antique and vintage finds, head down to the Toronto Antique and Vintage Market and the Toronto Vintage Clothing Show this end of the week. Browse the various vendors selling antique furniture and textiles, architectural salvage, vinyl records, vintage clothing from the 1920s and antique jewelry. Admission to the clothing show is included with admission to the vintage market.
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Toronto Zoo Polar Dip
Polar bears need your assistance, and this end of the week, a few people are doing their part to raise awareness to light for polar bear protection by the dove in. On Saturday, the Toronto Zoo will be holding its Polar Dip where several brave souls will be taking a dip into icy-cold waters. A short time later, a post-sprinkle gathering will be held for the individuals who dove in and others visiting the Zoo. Those partaking in the plunge need to enroll, yet the raising support endeavors will proceed once the occasion is done.
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