10 Dufferin St., TorontoEnjoy a feast while knights on horseback compete to win the hand of the princess. Adults $65.95, children ages 12
1 Blue Jays Way, TorontoA FIM World Championship and the sole Canadian race stop of this off-road motorcycle racing series. Riders include former World
273 Bloor St. W., TorontoClassical music series for the whole family. Call or visit the website for tickets and show schedule.
80 Queen's Park, TorontoClassical music series for children put on by Mooredale Concerts. Sun. 1:15 p.m., single tickets $30.
197 John St., TorontoCentre dedicated to new and unusual music. Visit the website for more information.
27 Front St. E., TorontoChamber music performances featuring Canadian artists. Ticket prices vary. Call or visit the website for more information.
Harbourfront Centre, TorontoConcerts designed specifically for children, with post-concert refreshment. Complimentary Natrel milk and cookies post-show. Select Sundays 1 p.m., free admission.
21 Old Mill Rd., TorontoFor more than two decades, the company stages a murder mystery following dinner, with some audience participation. Thu.-Sat; dinner 6:30
2026 Yonge St., TorontoFor more than two decades, the company has been staging a murder mystery following a three-course dinner, with some audience
145 Queen St. W., TorontoEsteemed dance company with former prima ballerina, Karen Kain, at the helm as artistic director. Call for showtimes and tickets.
150 John St., TorontoView the best in Canadian animated, documentary, short and feature films in the state-of-the-art personal viewing stations. New titles added
TorontoOver 650 local, national and international artists entertain fans at 50 venues. Plus, the fest screens compelling music films, like
555 Rexdale Blvd., TorontoGiant gaming facility with 2,500 slot machines (1¢ to $5), plus blackjack, poker baccarat, roulette and sic bo interactive slots.
100 Princes' Blvd., TorontoMore than 800 artists, jewellers, potters and clothiers bring their creations to this annual shopping fest. Twice a year. Spring
189 Yonge St., TorontoProducer of opera, ballet and drama from the 17th and 18th century. Tickets $33 and up.
550 Bayview Ave., TorontoAnnual eco-gastronomic celebration brings the city’s finest chefs, vinters, brewers and farmers together for a day of feasting. Held in
TorontoAnnual showcase of international environmental film and video festival. Approximately 85 films are screened this year. Held in October. Tickets
MississaugaMore than 50 street performers—comedians, contortionists, magicians, mimes, human statues, sword-swallowers, jugglers, break-dancers and acrobats—demonstrate their unique talents at two
12 Stavebank Rd., MississaugaMore than 40 juried artists showcase their works in a variety of media. Held in July.
1 Port St. E., MississaugaAnnual boat show is one of the top-rated in Ontario. Features more than 100 new and used boats with 80