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March 30, 2015

Upcoming Events/Consumer Shows

Changes

Festivals Toronto website is in the midst of getting a facelift and hopes to be live early 2015 with a new look.

In the meantime, festivals for the period January-March of this year are listed. Listings for the remainder of the year will be found on the new version of the site.

Listings will also be mentioned on our Facebook page and via Twitter.


One of a Kind Spring Show

Mar 25-29, 2015

The One of a Kind Spring Show is Canada’s best show and sale of works by over 400+ artisans, designers and craftspeople who create a vast array of original Canadian handmade items such as gourmet food, screen-printed textiles, contemporary ceramics, natural beauty products and on-trend fashion, jewellery and accessories.


Green Living Show

Mar 27-29, 2015

North America's largest consumer show dedicated to simple solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle is back!

The Green Living Show features over 400 of the best products, services and innovations to help you incorporate healthy changes in everyday life. Discover influential speakers, engaging workshops and hands-on demonstrations for the entire family. Discover how you can become a healthier you, and help create a healthier planet!

So many ways to get into this show FREE:

  • Flash your March TTC Metropass at the door and receive free admission!
  • Show your PRESTO card
  • Show your Live Green Card at the door to receive free admission for you and a friend! (best deal)
  • FREE admission with E-Waste

Ritmo Flamenco - Sirocco

Mar 27-29, 2015

A Sirocco is a powerful Mediterranean wind hailing from the Sahara that crosses North Africa to settle in Southern Spain. Award winning choreographer Anjelica Scannura moves beyond geographical and stylistic boundaries searching for the obscure Arabic roots of flamenco.

Ritmo Flamenco is part of Harbourfront's Next Steps. Tickets: $25-35


Pillow Fight Toronto

Apr 4, 2015: 3 pm onwards

Want something fun to do on Saturday, Apr 4? Why not grab a pillow & head down to Nathan Phillips Sq to participate in "Pillow Fight Toronto"! You can leave your pillow there if you don't want to use it to rest your weary head on the way back home on TTC ;). Also, if you're really wanting to get into it...PJs can be a fashion statement!!

There are some rules, of course:

  • Take only soft, feather-free pillows
  • Swing lightly - it's fun... not an event to work out anger management
  • Don't swing at people w/ cameras, smile instead!
  • And don't swing at those who don't have a pillow - they're prob just curious as to why everyone is having so much fun!
  • If you wear glasses - remember to remove them

Easter Brunch: Casa Loma

Apr 5, 2015: 11am-5:30pm

What an excellent way to enjoy Easter Brunch in the beautiful surroundings of Toronto's famous castle. This unique buffet brunch will feature a delectable array of traditional brunch classics and signature dishes [menu].After brunch, enjoy a self-guided tour of the castle.

poster for Easter Brunch at Casa Loma

Reservations: $55/person || $45 (children 13 and under)
Email: info@casaloma.org or call 416-923-1171. This event was Sold Out last year, so call now!


Good Food & Drink Festival

Apr 10-12, 2015

For 3 days, experience the many food and food-related products, wines, beers, spirits presented at this show and a lots more! Sample tickets ($20 for 20) are available for wine, beer and spirits.

Times: Fri: Noon-9pm; Sat: 11am-9pm; Sun: 11am-5pm
General Admission: $12 Online || $15 at the Door


Food & Drink Fest

Apr 17-19, 2015

Experience an exciting variety of local and international wines, specialty beers, and culinary sensations created by some of the Hamilton, Halton & Niagara Regions' most popular restaurants, breweries & wineries. Enjoy terrific live entertainment, fun informative cooking demonstrations all in one great location!


Love Art, Toronto

Apr 17-19, 2015

Love Art returns for its second edition. Discover new artists, thousands of contemporary artworks, experiencing hands-on workshops, talks, and conversations with fellow art lovers. With over 45 galleries exhibiting.

Love Art is the sister fair of global brand Affordable Art Fair. The concept is simple, yet unique: an inspiring and friendly atmosphere in which you can find thousands of paintings, original artist-made prints, sculptures and photographs all under one roof, ranging from $100-$10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000.


The Southern Ontario Women’s Show & Sale

Apr 24-25, 2015

What a fabulous way to spend the weekend with your BFFs! Visit the Southern Ontario Women's Show - a giant shopping warehouse full of well-priced designer clothing, sparkly jewelry, aisles of gorgeous shoes and accessories, plus wine tasting, gourmet food sampling, entertainment and a roster of exciting special guests. Ticket info TBA.


Science Chase

May 9, 2015: 10am-4pm

Science Chase logo The Science Chase is an Amazing Race style competition for adults where teams of two must complete several challenges hidden throughout the downtown Toronto core, starting at David Pecaut Square.

Specifically, teams will have 6 hours to complete 12 of 20 available challenges, each of which focus on a different scientific, technological or mathematical concept, all tailored towards the non-scientific community. The event is open to the public
You must pre-register in order to take part - only $40/team!


Terroir Hospitality Symposium

May 11, 2015

Canada’s leading hospitality industry symposium, Terroir brings together influential chefs, food & wine experts, restaurateurs and global influencers in gastronomy.

If you're interested, you can read more HERE. Last year this event SOLD OUT so get your tickets early!!