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  1. What to do this weekend…

    Enjoy the annual Pioneer Festival at the Black Creek Pioneer Village (Jane & Steeles) on Saturday, 10-4:30.

    The Queen West Art Crawl takes place at Trinity Bellwoods Park., Saturday & Sunday 11-6.  I love outdoor art festivals, and this one has a kidzone where kids get to do some art work, and the park has a playground.

    Thornhill Village Festival is taking place on Saturday 9:30-4:30.

    Pumpkinland is already open at Whittamore’s Farm.  We love their pumpkin canon show and the wagon ride through the haunted forest!

    For those of you who are ready for apple picking,  here is a directory of Ontario apple orchards to help you out this weekend!  This website also offers great info about apple types, nutrition value, etc.

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  2. What to do this weekend…June 25th+26th

    Sugar Beach…as you see in the above photo, it looks fantastic.   Canada’s Sugar Beach (Jarvis & Queen’s Quay E) is a park on the water built adjacent to the Redpath Sugar Factory.  The beach allows visitors to relax, play in the sand or watch boats on the lake.  A water feature beside the beach makes cooling off fun for adults and kids.  The only problem with this beach is that you can’t swim in the lake!

    Don’t forget about Harbourfront – kids love all the sights and sounds, the bridge, sailboats…and H2O Park boasts a huge sandbox to play in.  This weekend, there is a Mathemagic show your kids might enjoy!

    Go strawberry picking – my favourite farm (Whittamore’s Farm) is open with an awesome play yard and other fun activities.  Bring this coupon for $2 off pick-your-own.

    Toronto Jazz Festival is on this weekend until July 3rd!

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  3. What to do this weekend…June 4th & 5th

    Enjoy the Riverdale Art Walk…if you are into art, this is so fun!

    Unionville Festival takes place this weekend.  Such a quaint little place…you can pretend you are in Europe.  On a very short street in Europe.

    If your birthday falls on any day during Ontario Place’s 2011 summer operating season, you will receive a complimentary Toronto Star Play All Day Pass®*. You can enjoy Ontario Place’s rides and attractions, including Froster Soak City®, Toronto’s only downtown waterpark, and the newly renovated state-of-the-art IMAX® 3D Cinesphere.

    If your kids are into drums and music, your family might enjoy the Muhtadi Drumming Festival @ Queen’s Park.

    Why not visit the baby animals at High Park?  Great family walking tours available on Sundays.

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  4. What to do this weekend…May 28th & 29th

    The Big, Enourmous Afternoon of Storytelling @ Riverdale Farm, Saturday 1pm-3pm.  Bring a blanket and enjoy great stories on the lawn.

    Doors Open Toronto takes place all weekend.  Close to 150 buildings of architectural, historic, cultural and/or social significance open their doors to the public. Admission is FREE.

    Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival takes place at Downsview  Park.  The Canadian Air & Space Museum’s annual heritage festival and fundraiser takes over the tarmac to celebrate the history of flight in Canada.  See dozens of vintage and modern aircraft with a display of classic cars, motorcycles and military vehicles.

    Suitcase Theatre presents a musical called The Friend Ship @ High Park on Sunday 2pm-3pm.

    The Peel Children’s Water Festival takes place at Heart Lake Conservation Area.  This is an opportunity to learn about the importance of water through hands-on learning.

    The 13th Annual Mill Pond Splash, a popular eco-festival in Richmond Hill, will be taking place on Sunday, May 29, 2011 at Mill Pond Park from 12:00 – 4:30 p.m.  This is a lively, family oriented event showcasing environmental conservation.

    The great splash park at The African Lion Safari is already open!  Here is a pretty useless coupon for admission.

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  5. What to do this weekend…May 14th & 15th

    A Lego store?  Yes!  The grand opening takes place this weekend at Sherway Gardens.   Help a real LEGO Master Builder construct an 8-foot tall LEGO R2-D2™ during the Grand Opening Celebration weekend! You’ll get a free LEGO Star Wars™ Certificate of Achievement for helping, while supplies last!

    Bugs, Birds & Butterflies @ the Toronto Symphony.  Created for children ages 5-12,  experience nature’s favourite creatures as they come to life through music and puppetry.  Programme includes Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee and Stravinsky’s Firebird.  SAturday @ 1:30 or Sunday @ 3:30.

    Spring Fever in Roncesvalles – On Saturday May 14 (10am-6pm), Roncesvalles Village will be celebrating spring with their annual sidewalk sale. Merchants will be on the street, and between noon and four the Roncesvalles Village have bouncy castles, treats, face painters, balloon clowns, musicians and entertainers to the street.

    See Cherry Blossoms in High Park! Don’t forget to check on the status of the blossoms before going.  See special walking trails in the park here.

    Every Sunday (1pm-4pm) is a Family Sunday @ The Gardiner Museum!

    This weekend is dedicated to Geocaching @ Kortright Centre for Conservation.

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  6. Canada’s Wonderland opens on Sunday!

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  7. What to do this weekend…

    Too bad we can’t go to the zoo or to the countless activities that were planned at various Ontario farms.  Here are some ideas for indoor fun:

    All About Pets Show (Fri- Sun, Mississauga International Centre)

    Active Kids Zone (Dufferin &Steeles) has drop-in hours Friday & Sunday (12-4pm) & Monday (9:30am-4:00pm)

    Bata Shoe Museum (open Sat-Mon)

    Casa Loma Traditional Egg Hunt (limited space available for Sunday & Monday)

    The Lion King has a number of performances this weekend at the Princess of Wales Theatre

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  8. What to do this weekend…April 16th & 17th

    Downey’s Farm is having an Easter Fest this weekend and during Easter.  Enjoy an egg hunt, puppet show, magic show and face painting.

    Toys R Us Bunny Build takes place on Saturday from 12-2pm.  Toys R Us stores all over Canada are inviting kids to build their very own Easter bunny out of Lego for free.  For more info call 416-306-6712

    Max & Ruby will be at the Sony Centre on Saturday.

    PawsWay Toronto (located in Harbourfront) is having a weekend event where people who like/want to own a puppy or kitten can come gather info and speak to experts.  Puppies and kittens will be on hand so this might be fun for the kids.

    Help plant 2,000 trees at Downsview Park this Sunday to celebrate Earth Day!

    Sunday is Teacher Day @ The Toronto Zoo.  That means that if you have an OCT card, you and a guest get free admission.  If you don’t like teachers, don’t go to the zoo this Sunday.

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  9. Happy Family Day!

    I couldn’t find a photo of a happy looking family in the cold.  Sorry.

    What’s open?  The Eaton Centre will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Vaughan Mills, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Square One, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Pacific Mall, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    The CN Tower will be open and they are offering a $35 Family Day admission pass, good for three visitors.  Sesame Street characters will be around!

    The Art Gallery of Ontario has some great activities planned for families and will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Family Day activity packs are available with lots of great options.

    The Ontario Science Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum, and movie theatres will also be open.

    Stay away from all the “Family Fests” that offer face painting and bouncy castles.  Your kids and hundreds of others will have to wait in line for at least 45 minutes to jump for five minutes.  Been there, done that, it was awful.  Not to mention all the viruses they can get 😉

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  10. Pet Funfest

    This weekend, Feb. 12th & 13th @ Downsview Park.  Meet and learn about small pets (guinea pigs, rats, rabbits, ferrets, etc.), cats and dogs of different sizes, shapes and colours, all waiting for someone with a big heart to bring them home.  We have never been to this event so no guarantees.  It does sound like it would be fun for the kids though.  There is more info on this website, scroll all the way down to the bottom for the relevant details.

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  11. What to do this weekend…Jan. 22nd & 23rd

    I really think you should stay home this weekend and invite friends over.  I am personally not a fan of any Winter activities.  The only Winter activity I participate in is called “waiting for Spring”.

    But if you must…

    Visit a Historic Museum!  Check out this site for options.

    Go cross-country skiing @ Kortright Centre.

    Explore the Whales exhibition @ the Science Centre.

    Explore the Humber Arboretum on snow shoes this Saturday!

    Go skating at The Shops on Donmills.  Glide leisurely around the Skating Oval in the Town Square.  Then enjoy a mug of hot chocolate or fill up on great food at one of  the restaurants.

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  12. What to do this weekend…Jan. 8th & 9th

    Skate through Toronto’s new skating trail at …  It’s not a rink, it’s a trail and this Globe & Mail article has all the info.  It sounds amazing for day and night skates.  Staffed from 7am-10pm and yes, there is music all along the trail.

    Kortright Centre for Conservation hosts themed activities all year.  Learn about Winter Animals this weekend.  Look for deer, fox and coyote tracks and feed Winter birds.

    Toronto International Boat Show boasts an indoor mini-lake with paddle-boat rides for kids.

    Joseph & The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is playing at Stage West in Mississauga.  Tickets include dinner/brunch.

    Richmond Hill Wave Pool is open but I don’t blame you for not wanting to go.   I don’t want to be in a bathing suit either.

    This is a great time of year to paint your own pottery:  The Glaze Craze, The Clay RoomArtistic Way, Colour Me Mine, Mess for Fun.

    …and you are aware of the usual Bata Show Museum, ROM, Science Center, Solar Stage Theatre….

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  13. What to do this weekend…Nov. 27th & 28th

    Downsview Park’s Drive Through Trail of Lights is opening this Friday!  We missed this last year due to early bedtimes…but this year, we are ready!  Click here for more information, and a weekly schedule.  Don’t forget to get hot chocolate and donuts on the way 🙂

    Sunnybrook Foundation is hosting Toronto’s Family Funfest at the Mertro Convention Centre this Sunday.

    Don’t miss award-winning illustrator and toy designer Gary Taxali as he signs his new children’s book This is Silly! (Scholastic Canada) and launches his new collection of retro toys at Indigo Manulife Centre on Saturday, November 27, 2010 – 2:00pm.  There will be complimentary snacks and refreshments at this free event.

    Go to the Shops on Donmills (Friday evening) and head to the Town Square for the second annual Tree Lighting Ceremony! Santa and a few of his reindeer will be stopping by and there will a special performance by the Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir. Jack Astors will be providing FREE Hot Chocolate to help you keep warm. Don’t miss this festive night sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit!

    Go to a Young People’s Concert (ages 5-12) and get to know the talented members of the Toronto Symphony and their instruments as they perform various solos. Featured in this concert is Vivaldi’s spectacular Concerto for Four Violins as well as Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra Concerto Competition winner Blake Pouliot.  This concert takes place at Roy Thompson Hall (1:30 & 3:30 on Saturday).  Click here for tickets.

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  14. What to do this weekend…Nov.20th & 21st

    See the 15th annual Christmas Train Show (International Centre).   There will be over 50 displays and operating layouts all to do with toy trains.  Approximately 70,000 square feet of layouts, exhibits, clinics showing how to build layouts and scenery, toy trains, steam engines, videos, real roadania, photos, prints, books, apparel, Railway Historical Associations and Train Vendors of all kinds.  Here is a coupon.  If you are not into trains, don’t go 😉

    Annie is playing this weekend at the Vaughan City Playhouse in Thornhill.  Saturday and Sunday shows at 2pm.

    On Sunday, join Toronto’s annual Santa Claus Parade on Bloor & Christie.

    See the lighting ceremony in the Village of Yorkville (Cumberland & Bellair) on Saturday (5pm-6pm).

    Be a creative family…make a craft with your kids.  Check out Kids Craft Weekly for some great ideas.  I love this website for Winter fun at home.

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  15. What to do this weekend…Nov. 13th & 14th

    The Babytime Show is on this weekend.  If you are looking for baby gear, this is a great place to see everything.  If however, you are looking for family entertainment, last year there was hardly anything for kids to do (in the past there were lots of things!) and I was annoyed that we paid so much money to get in.  That being said, if you are looking for all of the up-and-coming baby products, it is great to see them all in one place!  Here is a coupon for the show.

    Buskertainment on Yonge St.  If the weather is as mild as it was all week, this could be fun!  New to Winter Magic this year, Buskertainment will run from November 12th through to December 19th.  Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 2pm, walk throughout Downtown Yonge and stumble upon buskers of all kinds.  From caricature artists, to mimes, to stilt walkers, to illusionists – anything you can think of will be there.

    The Bata Shoe Museum is launching their third annual ‘Warm the Sole’ Sock Drive  – bring a new pair of socks to donate and your admission is free! Bring your children aged 3 to 9 over to the Museum to paint a mini-clog, try on shoes, and go on shoe hunt in the galleries.

    Miss Spider is playing at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga.

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  16. What to do this weekend…Nov 4th & 5th

    IKEA…yes, on a cold morning, your kids can have an amazing time in their play area.  Come early, otherwise there will be no room for your kids and waiting becomes the nightmare you wanted to skip by coming there in the first place.

    The Richmond Hill Wave Pool (Yonge & Major Mackenzie) is also a great place!

    Upper Canada Mall has a great play area.  It is the only mall with brains.  Beautiful gated play area right next to an amazing family bathroom and some eateries.  What more could parents ask for.  If only it wasn’t so far away!

    Solar Stage Children’s Theater (Yonge & Sheppard) has great plays for ages 3-10.  It is a small and intimate theatre, quality of the shows tend to vary however, it makes for a great outing if there is a show that you think your kids will dig!  The Adventures of Jillian Jiggs is playing until Christmas.

    Upcoming show (Nov. 26th & 27th):  Barbie @ The Symphony at the Sony Centre.  A reader e-mailed me that with the online promo-code PRINCESS, you can purchase two tickets for $49!

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  17. What to do this weekend…Oct. 23rd & 24th

    Go to the Zoo!  Hay maze, Fall entertainment at the Halloween Harvest Stage. Trick-or-Treat your way through Kids Zoo (10:00am-3:00pm). Bring your own Trick-or-Treat reusable bag for this event, and take part in the Critters and Costumes Parade at 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm. Up to two kids in costume (12 and under) get in free when accompanied by an adult.

    See The Wiggles @ Rogers Centre.

    On Sunday, go to High Park for their Halloween Pumpkin Float (4-6pm).

    Something a little more unusual…Bloor St. Pancake Breakfast & Bed Race.

    Black Creek Pioneer Village is having a Gourdfest and other great Halloween activities this weekend.

    Mystic Drums‘ (leading provider of world music education) has a  show on Saturday in Richmond Hill.  I have never been…but it sounds amazing!  For ages 2-10.

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  18. What to do this weekend…Oct. 16th & 17th

    Green Acres Day Camp is having a free Pumpkin Picking Fun Day on Sunday.  Hayrides, Pumpkin Picking, Smores, Carnival Games, Farm Animals, Cotton Candy, Mini Golf, lots of fun and FREE Pumpkins! Lunch food will also be available at a nominal cost.

    Only three weekends left  to visit Wonderland this season!  Don’t miss Camp Spooky, the new Halloween attraction for the whole family which features a costume parade, treasure hunt, pumpkin patch maze and more.  As far as Mamapicks knows, a non-pass holder can enter the park for $19.99 if coming with a season pass holder.

    On Saturday, there will be a Fall Fair on Mt. Pleasant Road between Eglinton & Davisville which can make for some street fun for the family.

    On Sunday, Humber Arboretum (Hwy 27 & Finch) hosts a Fall Colours Hike.  Pre-registration is required.  What is the Humber Arboretum?  Sounds beautiful, read about it here.

    Wii Party Mobiles are traveling around Ontario this month and will be at different locations around the GTA this weekend.  Stop by the Wii Party bus to test out the latest from Nintendo.  Click here for locations.

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  19. What to do this Thanksgiving Weekend…

    The following activites are taking place all weekend, including Monday!

    Visit Harbourfront for the HarbourKIDS  fall festival this weekend (11am-5pm, geared to ages 5-12).  It is all about the harvest, celebrating both the bounty of nature and the bounty of the human spirit.  There will be live musical performances, a Haitian storyteller, a real-live hootenanny, potato sack races and much more…all free.  Check here for a schedule of events.

    Unionville hosts a Little Oktoberfest.  There will be entertainment and rides on a double decker bus.  Don’t forget to feed the ducks at the pond at the end of the street.

    Great Pumpkin Fests are taking place at our favourite farms:

    Whittamore’s Farm (love the pumpkin show).

    Downey’s Farm (a sea of pumpkin makes for great photo opportunities).

    Southbrook Farms (great pies and desserts…)

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  20. What to do this weekend…Apple Picking!

    Farms all over Ontario are celebrating Fall and it’s the perfect weekend to go apple picking.  Let’s just hope the weather cooperates!  You might want to stay away from very popular farms like Chudleigh’s and try something new and less crowded.  Here is a directory of Ontario apple orchards to help you out this weekend!  This website also offers great info about apple types, nutrition value, etc.

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  21. What to do this weekend…Sept.18th & 19th

    Enjoy the 54th Annual Pioneer Village Festival on Saturday (10am-5pm).  Check here for activity schedule!

    Visit Pumpkinland at Whittamore’s Farm.  Enjoy the best fall time entertainment around as Farmer Frank shoots and catapults pumpkins to unbelievable lengths at the Pumpkin Cannon Show, which runs several times each weekend day.  Kids will love the two-storey Tree Fort and Slide, along with the NEW Farm Bouncer, Tractor Track, Spider Web Tire Climb and so much more…

    The Harvest Moon Festival will take place at the ROM.  This Asian festival celebrates the harvest moon and includes stories and crafts.  Click here for the event schedule.

    See Banana Shpeel , a new style of production from Cirque du Soleil that features a colourful combination of slapstick comedy, eclectic dance and unique acrobatic acts. The action follows a diverse spectrum of performances including tap, hip-hop and eccentric dance, physical comedy and distinctive acrobatic acts performed by elite international artists – plus madcap characters spreading chaos in all directions.

    Hansel & Gretyl is playing at the Solar Stage Children’s Theatere (near Sheppard & Yonge).

    You know I am a sucker for art festivals…kids love them too.  Just buy them ice cream.  Queen West Art Crawl is taking place this weekend.  More than 500 artists will exhibit their work in locations along Queen Street West from Bathurst to Roncesvalles. Parks, galleries, cafes, retail and design shops and studios will be getting into the act with art exhibitions and activities.

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  22. What to do this weekend…Sept. 11th & 12th

    Wha?  It’s the weekend again?  Hope all your kids had a wonderful first week back at school.

    This weekend, visit Wychwood Barnes Artscape (Bathurst & St. Clair) for the Roald Dahl Festival.  Lots of interesting writing and drama workshops are being held for ages 8+.  Check here for more info.

    Enjoy the Children’s Festival at the Markham Civic Centre (Hwy. 7 & Warden) on Saturday.  In its 12th year, this festival is York Region’s largest children’s event, featuring entertainment, crafts and activities for children from two to twelve.

    My favourite event of the year is the Cabbagetown Art & Craft Festival which takes place at Riverdale Farm which boasts it’s own Fall Harvest Festival at the same time.  I used to have my own booth at this craft fair before the kiddies came along and sucked diverted my creative energy.  You will see tons of young families, lots of pets, all walking around absorbing the city’s artistic talent  in a beautiful outdoor fair.  At the farm, your kids can see the animals and taste the best corn-on-the-cob ever.

    Toons for Toddlers (what a wonderful concept!).  This weekend, they are featuring: Thomas & Friends: Misty Island Rescue.

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  23. What to do this weekend…Sept 4th-6th.

    I hate September.  I hate new beginnings.  I hate the end of summer.  And on that note, I give you these options:

    The Canadian International Air Show is taking place this Saturday.  I am a little scared of air shows.  Don’t want anything falling on my wee ones from the sky.  However, I am a bit crazy so you decide.

    How about some YoGabbaGabba Live??  There are two shows on Saturday at the Molson Ampitheatre.  Click here for more info and to buy tickets.

    Ashkenaz Festival is taking place in Harbourfront, celebrating Jewish music and art.

    Family Day Sundays in High Park (5-6:30 pm).  Parents and children of all ages are invited to explore the magic of theatre together. Go on a backstage tour and take part in games and activities that explore aspects of acting, rhythm, dance, music.  sounds like a great learning experience for the family!

    Family Fun in the Town Square is taking place at the Shops on Donmills.  There is a great water feature there where kids can splash around and there will be other attractions for families this weekend.

    Monday, you can still enjoy the Air Show or go to Exhibition Place, Ontario Science Centre (Harry Potter Exhibition/Science of Flight), or the Stingray Exhibit at the Toronto Zoo.  Don’t forget about Whittamore’s Farm, always a great option.

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  24. What to do this weekend…Aug. 21st & 22nd

    Friday to Sunday, visit the Shops at Don Mills presents another Festival in the Square, this time with Latin flair. Come and experience this free street party celebrating Ontario’s Latin cultures with live passionate musical performances on our main stage, salsa dance lessons, children’s activities, and delicious Latin food such as Colombian paella and the ever popular Mexican Tacos!  The great thing about this outdoor mall is that it is beautiful, you can pretend that you are in Los Angeles and there is a water fountain/splash area where kids can play!  Bring towels and extra clothes…and please don’t forget to visit Anthropologie, the greatest store in the universe.

    Join the walk or family carnival & BBQ with Labour of Love: Walk for Women & Babies on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 9 a.m.  The Women & Babies Program at Sunnybrook is moving from Women’s College Hospital to its new, state-of-the-art home at Sunnybrook’s Bayview campus!  After the walk, go to the McLean House Park for a barbecue and family-themed carnival. If you can’t make it to the walk you may attend the carnival by making a donation on the day of the event. At the carnival kids can play games, dance, jump on bouncy castles, watch magicians, have their face painted, create crafts and much more!  The website says that there will also be a Barney concert.

    Two weekends left to enjoy free programming at heritage sites such as Colborne Lodge, Fort York National Historic Site, Gibson House Museum, Mackenzie House, Montgomery’s Inn, Scarborough Museum, and Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre. Programming at the sites features music, drama, crafts for kids, heritage recipes to taste and other fun for the entire family.

    Check out the Butterfly Festival at Tommy Thompson Park on Toronto’s waterfront (Saturday) to explore the monarch migration.  There are lots of activities for all ages including sketching workshops, bird banding demonstrations, walking and bicycle tours.  Most of the activities require pre-registration. read more about the schedule of events here.

    Casaloma features a Teddy Bear Picnic on Saturday morning!  Ages 2+.  Kids bring their teddy bears for a picnic in the garden where they also listen to Goldilocks and The Three Bears and decorate cookies!  Pre-registration required.

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  25. What to do this weekend…July 31st- August 2nd

    Bowmanville Zoo. We recently checked this place out and I am really fond of this zoo.  You see, I don’t really like the Toronto Zoo because it is so big, the distances between one animal exhibit to the next is huge if you are with small children, and it is really hard to see the animals.  Bowmanville Zoo is smaller, perfect for seeing animals up close.  They are in your face, can’t miss them!  All of the important ones are there – elephants, tigers, zebras, lions, etc.  Sorry, no aquatic animals.  There are camel  and elephant rides (!) and there is a splash pad (bring your splash pad gear!!!).  You can feed the animals and my kids particularly enjoyed chasing peacocks and holding a wee baby goat.  Get free children’s passes here ($13 saving).  This zoo is perfect for young kids and I think it was worth the drive to Bowmanville.

    If your kids are into Pirates, your family might enjoy The Pirate Festival at the Country Heritage Park in Milton.

    Go see Snoopy Rocks on Ice in the Wonderland Theatre.  If you want to purchase day passes for less, enter corporate code ROGERS10 and buy the tickets online.

    Interactive Family Day Sundays at the High Park Theatre invite parents and children of all ages to explore the magic of theatre together. Go on a backstage tour and take part in games and activities that explore aspects of acting, rhythm, dance, music.Family Day Sundays provide a fun-filled learning experience for the entire family and are free.


    …and by the way, thanks to all zero of you who wrote in about your favourite lakes in Ontario.

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