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With Winter just about over it’s time to make the Best of this season and get out and enjoy the cold. Yes, I said enjoy the cold. In many parts of the world people aren’t blessed to have a Maple Harvest. This is one activity I am truly looking forward to making a tradition in our family. When the sun shines and the wind is calm, I can take all the snow Mother Nature throws at me. I hope you can see beyond the freezing days and hiked up gas and electric bills and make the most of what this wonderful country has to offer…Winter!

Grand Opening Mini-Nastics Feb. 22-23 9:00 am to 6:00pm

Mini-Nastics is excited to announce their Grand Opening party on February 22 – 23.  They specialize in children’s recreational gymnastics and will be holding an open gym session both days from 9:00am – 6:00pm. Children and their families will be encouraged to try their gymnastics activities, listen to some great music, eat movie style popcorn and even get their face painted.

Bloor-Yorkville Ice Fest Feb. 22-23

Celebrate winter in the city with the ninth annual Bloor-Yorkville IceFest! You and your family will marvel at the incredible “Heat Wave Ice Exhibit”, bringing the tropics to Toronto, in the winter. From palm trees, a surfer in a barrel wave, to tropical flowers, dolphins, a smiling sun on the beach and a tikki hut, crafted from an astonishing 20,000 lbs. of ice. This is an all ages, family friendly, FREE event; all you have to do is wear warm clothes, and bring a hearty winter spirit, and don’t forget a camera to capture the moments in ice forever!

Toronto Marlies vs. San Antonio Rampage Feb. 22 @ 3:00pm

Have you taken your little one to their first Hockey game yet? The Toronto Marlies are a great team to start out with. Join them at Ricoh Coliseum for a matchup with the San Antonio Rampage. Be sure to get your Family 4 Pack tickets to get free parking and much more!

Canadian International AutoShow Feb. 14 – Feb. 23

The AutoShow continues to provide The Total Automotive Experience with over 600,000 square feet of dazzling displays, big prize giveaways and engaging exhibits! Don’t miss out on Auto Exotica, featuring the world’s finest exotic automobiles. See the latest automotive interactive technology in our AutoConnect feature exhibit.

Weekend Family Tours at the Toronto Zoo

Looking for some insider information? What do you feed a polar bear cub? How far does a gibbon swing? How long does a komodo dragon get? Discover the Zoo from an “inside” perspective as our Volunteer guides bring the Zoo to life with interesting information and stories about the plant and animal collection. Tours will be approximately 2 hours in length and are tailor-made to your interests. Please note the tours do not go behind the scenes.

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