What’s this? The official LAST weekend of Summer? Where did it go? I have heard many people say “wait until you have kids, the season’s will fly by” boy were they right. My son is not even of school age just yet, but this Summer has truly slipped away all too soon.
I’m so happy we made the most of what our city has to offer and took advantage of some festivals, park dates and trips to the farm. Not to mention the monthly races where our man of the house competes which this year took us to the Toronto Indy, Three Rivers and the world famous Mosport (Canadian Tire Motorsports Park) in Bowmanville which serves as host of the final race of the year starting tomorrow. Our family is truly a racing family and we love supporting “Daddy”.
So, this long Summer weekend, make the most of the weather and great outdoors. Celebrate that the Summer of 2014 may be coming to an end, but in only 9 short months, it will be back again 🙂
FAN EXPO Canada™ boasts the largest comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming event in Canada, the third largest in North America. It is packed with celebrity autographs and photos, Q&A’s and workshops with celebrities and industry professionals, sketch duels, cosplay, and retail and exhibitor areas.
Toronto streets become ‘paved parks’ where people of all ages can come out and improve their health. Activity hubs along the route host pop-up, interactive programming including: Beat boxing, a hockey shootout and sidewalk chalk drawing.
Check website for secret location announced on Aug. 30th! The next Toronto StoryMobs title will be the classic, Curious George by H.A. Rey. This story is nearly 75 years old! And although some of the content might now be considered out-dated, we get to celebrate the good, the bad and the crazy with all the books we make into a StoryMob.
Bring your family to the ballpark for Jr. Jays Saturdays presented by Boston Pizza for every Saturday home game. Kids can visit our Jr.Jays zones located on the concourse to take part in many fun interactive activities to keep them entertained all game long. Kids 14 and under can enjoy a special kids priced ticket (500 level and 200 level outfield).
Watch the show free from many points along the lakefront. From CNE, admission charges in effect.
Unfolding right on the Toronto waterfront – the air show provides a spectacular wrap-up to the Canadian National Exhibition. A thrilling tribute to aviation featuring exciting displays from some of the best aerobatic pilots in the world.