Around Toronto Top 5


It has arrived! The unofficial end of summer is known by all Torontonians as the start of The CNE. This year bring the same exciting rides and thrills with a wrap up flying high with the Air Show.

But there is plenty more to do and your best to make the BEST use of these final weeks of summer! My favorite? Yogapalooza! In it’s 5th consecutive year, this all about yoga event is fun for all. Featuring a kids only zone so bring those kids and expose them to some “Om” love.

The Canadian National Exhibition August 15-September 1

The Canadian National Exhibition, also known as The Ex, is an annual event that takes place at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada during the 18 days leading up to and including Canadian Labour Day Monday.

African Lion Safari Through October 13, 2014

Get closer than you ever imagined to over 1000 birds and animals at the Safari. Located between Toronto and Niagara, this trip “into” the African animal life will amaze you and your little ones.

Wild Wetland Splash Pad Through September 1, 2014

Wild Wetland Splash Pad and Pool located at Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton is great way to cool off. It includes more than 30 wetland themed water features, and is set in natural wilderness surroundings. For babies, toddlers, and even older children who don’t know how to swim, the Wild Wetland spray park and splash pads are a cool choice. Filled with all kinds of water sprinklers, this aquatic playground provides clean and safe water fun for kids of all ages.

York Eglinton International Street Fair August 16-17, 2014

York-Eglinton International Street Festival is afamily event that aims to celebrate the cultural diversity of the community. With over 25,000 average attendees at this annual event, the York-Eglinton International Street Festival is gaining speed and is quickly becoming one of Toronto’s largest events.

Even if you don’t know your Downward Dog from your Child’s Pose, you’ll still find a warm welcome at the fifth annual Yogapalooza festival in Toronto. This year’s festival includes Yoga classes for all levels, a family-friendly Kid’s Space, live music, workshops and demonstrations. The Wholesome Marketplace features goods that support a healthy lifestyle.

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