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Hot Dates: What’s Happening for the Holidays

The Gardiner Museum displays 12 whimsical designer trees

Wintry Displays and Other Snow Shows
See how Toronto’s top interior designers and architects do up festive foliage at the Gardiner Museum’s Twelve Tress of Christmas exhibit, on now through December 11.

The Humber River Shakespeare Company presents Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol at historic Montgomery’s Inn from December 8 to 10.

The world’s solstice traditions inspired some of Canada’s top choreographers, dancers and musicians to create Wintersong—Dances for a Sacred Season. The Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre’s production is on stage December 9 and 10 at Harbourfront Centre.

Bestselling author and storyteller extraordinaire Stuart McLean brings his Vinyl Café 2011 Christmas Tour to the Sony Centre from December 9 to 11, featuring music by the Vinyl Café Orchestra and Hawksley Workman.

Graceful movements, stunning stage design and timeless music by Tchaikovsky come together in the National Ballet of Canada’s adored holiday presentation of The Nutcracker, at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts from December 10 to 31.

Make a lantern, wear a costume, bang a drum, carry a puppet, or do it all at the Kensington Market Winter Solstice event, a celebration of light on December 21—the longest, darkest night of the year.

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