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In Toronto this Family Day long weekend

There’s lots going on in Toronto this Family Day long weekend so we’ve curated a list of what's open, what's closed and what to do in the city this weekend:

People go for a New Years Day skate at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Friday, Jan. 1, 2021 (Cole Burston/The Canadian Press)

Government offices
Most grocery stores
The LCBO and Beer Store
City hall
Many malls, including Yorkdale and Fairview

What is open on Family Day

The Eaton Centre and Vaughan Mills are open but operating on reduced hours
Movie theatres
Tourist attractions, including the Toronto Zoo, Ripley’s Aquarium, and the AGO
Admission to the ROM is free on Family Day
The TTC will operate on a holiday schedule
GO Transit will operate on a Saturday schedule


• The Canadian International AutoShow is back and it’s taking place from Feb. 16-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The show will include the iconic pink Barbie corvette, and some Hot Wheels replica cars, among other displays.It opens noon on Friday and closes at 10 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday the autoshow will open at 10:30 a.m., and close at 10 p.m. on Saturday and 6 p.m. on Sunday.

• Admission will be free at the Art Gallery of Ontario for anyone 25 and under on Feb. 19. This weekend, there are also free drop-in programs beginning at 11 a.m. that include art making, storytelling, dance performances and workshops.

• The Ontario Science Centre will have exhibitions focusing on astronomy and environmentalism.

• The Royal Ontario Museum will be open throughout the long weekend and visitors will be able to check out the gnarly-faced, infamous and armoured Zuul crurivastor dinosaur. crurivastor dinosaur this weekend, kid’s activities and exhibitions. In addition, kids activities will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., and include entertainment by Chris McKhool – an award winning children’s entertainer, a lifelike animatronic resembling Utahraptor, a species that roamed North America many decades ago, a wildlife photo gallery, scavenger hunt and interactive chemistry workshop. Admission is free on Feb. 19.

• You can get outside and go ice skating on any of Toronto’s free ice rinks or trails. The city operates more than 50 outdoor winter rinks with all drop-in programs free of charge, and most providing change rooms, lockers and skate rentals in the span of the winter season.

• Eat tacos and drink beer – I Heart Beer and Tacos Tour is on Feb. 17 at the Enercare Centre.

• Watch a musical or play – Disney’s Aladdin the broadway musical will be showing at Mirvish from Feb. 15 to March 17. Six the Musical is also playing at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, as is Uncle Vanya at CAA Theatre.

• Visit the Black Creek Pioneer Village – from Feb. 17-18, you can check out the village at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway. Admission is $18 for adults.

• Attend a Taylor Swift trivia themed escape room – the escape room is on until April 13 at 1615 Dunpont Street and tests player’s problem-solving skills with their knowledge of Swift herself.

• Go skiing – Embrace the recent snow by going skiing this weekend at one of Toronto’s ski hills.

• Check out the Winter Stations – Winter Stations will be on display until March 31 at Woodbine Beach.

• Go shopping and check out events at the Family Day Shoppers Marketplace & Family Fun Day – the event will take place on Feb. 18 at 1867 Valley Farm Road in Pickering.

• Visit the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada – the Aquarium is extending its hours this long weekend, with doors opening at 9 a.m.

• Check out Toronto’s Distillery Historic District – the Distillery District Apres Ski Weekends has an outdoor winter lounge on display with fire pits, a food truck, drink stand and a s’mores making station

by Sophie Vieira    2/19/2024


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