Don’t let November winds and single-digit temperatures keep you from enjoying another weekend packed with things to do.
Friday, November 6th
Wave to a noble couple as the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall participate in the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair’s grand-opening ceremony. Admission is free between 8:30 and 10 a.m; Charles and Camilla are scheduled to appear at 10:15 a.m.
Navigate the PATH, a 27-kilometre network of underground walkways linking shops, services, eateries, accommodations, attractions and transit in Toronto’s downtown core.
Show some R-E-S-P-E-C-T to Aretha Franklin, acclaimed soul, gospel and R&B singer, as she performs in concert tonight.
Saturday, November 7th
Happy 205th birthday, St. Lawrence Market! Look on as the Fort York Guard performs a marching and drumming demonstration to kick off the anniversary celebrations.
Indulge in a half-price pedicure at AXIspa on the last day of Beautylicious, during which select establishments in Yorkville offer discounted salon and spa treatments.
Ride the TTC’s entire Queen Street streetcar weekend route, catching glimpses of neighbourhoods such as West Queen West, the Fashion District, Leslieville and The Beach as you whiz by.
Sunday, November 8th
Rock with laughter as a dysfunctional family gets together and deals with kin secrets and sins in the opening of August: Osage County.
Check out the gold medal from the 1920 Summer Games, one prize of many in the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Precious Medals exhibit.
Be fascinated as the acrobatic insects of Cirque du Soleil’s Ovo take to the stage to teeter on tighropes, swing from trapezes and juggle bodies one last time.