Around Toronto Top 5



The recent taste of Spring had everyone smiling this week. Although we were hit with another snowstorm and below freezing weather immediately following, that didn’t hinder anyones happiness. It may just be my outlook, but if you focus on the positive, sun shining and know that Spring is merely days away, it somehow makes you enjoy the rest this winter has to offer. So much so in fact that I volunteered to shovel the snow following that huge storm and let my hubby and son spend some precious alone time together. Good side benefit: no gym needed to get my workout that day!

The highlight of my week though was attending the Disney on Ice show with our dear friends Monica and Jude. Our sons are just 1 year old and were amazed by the show-thanks to our awesome seats in row 10! They were truly enthralled and watched it all, their little eyes twinkling with the spotlights. A must for parents with children of all ages. Below is a link for discounted tickets as they have a few remaining shows this weekend in Toronto, plus shows next weekend in Mississauga. Have FUN!!!

Disney on Ice Rogers Centre March 12-16, 2014

This March Break, join the biggest party of the year! Take the whole family to see the newest Disney On Ice presents “Let’s Party” March 12-16, 2014 at the Rogers Centre. Join all your Disney friends as they celebrate in this magical medley of holidays, celebrations and festivities from around the globe.

Fantasy Fair Woodbine Shopping Centre March 15, 2014

The Trevor Show, Canada’s #1 Entertainer and Mark’s Yo Yo Show featuring cool tricks with yo-yo’s everywhere!

The Backyardigans Living Arts Centre March 16, 2014

Who explores a coral reef, plays in an octopus’s garden, and joins the jellyfish ballet…all before snack time? The Backyardigans! With non-stop excitement and surprise, this watery tale will mesmerise, entertain and delight audiences of all ages!

Maple Town Mountsberg Conservation March 15-April 6, 2014
Visit Crawford Lake’s reconstructed Iroquoian Village and learn how maple syrup was discovered and used by Ontario’s First Peoples as you take in an interactive (and edible!) Sweet Water demonstration.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Downtown Toronto March 16, 2014
Everyone feels a wee bit Irish around St. Patrick’s Day! If you want to celebrate ’til you’re green around the gills, head towards Downtown Toronto as they celebrate 27th annual  St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

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