Church and Wellesley area, TorontoFor more than three decades, this annual event has been celebrating sexual diversity and identity including gay, lesbian, transsexual, transgendered
TorontoAnnual festival showcases features and short films exploring mental illness and addiction. Each program is followed by a panel discussion
1 Shoreham Dr., TorontoGame. Set. Match. The world’s best professional tennis players pound the court in the hopes of taking home nearly $3
6900 Airport Rd., MississaugaCelebrating the magic of Christmas, Seasons creates a festive marketplace overflowing with divine decor, tasty treats, inventive entertaining products and
770 Don Mills Road, TorontoFilms shown on a spectacular 24 m (79 ft.) dome screen with state-of-the-art wraparound sound. See website for full lineup.
9430 Guelph Line, CampbellvilleMore than 850 slot machines at this racetrack and gaming facility in picturesque Campbellville. Mon.-Wed. 9 a.m.-3 a.m., Thu.-Sun. open
Solar Stage Theatre, TorontoChildren theatre company presenting original Canadian works. Tickets $16.
1 Blue Jays Way, TorontoThe Rogers Centre transforms into an indoor midway and carnival with rides and games during March Break. All-day ride pass
5400 Dixie Rd., MississaugaThis comfortable dinner theatre venue serves an extensive buffet before the featured show. Dinner 6:30 p.m., show 8:15 p.m. Tue.-Sun.,
475 Queens Quay W., TorontoHarbourfront Centre and the City of Toronto hosts free summer concerts in the lovely Toronto Music Garden, the design of
427 Bloor St. W., TorontoOrchestra and chamber choir performs more than 50 concerts a year. Program includes works by Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin. Tickets
College Street between Bathurst and Shaw, TorontoAnnual street festival features live world music, soccer demonstrations and food samples from more than 45 area restaurants. Held in
Danforth Ave. between Broadview and Jones, TorontoDanforth Avenue shuts down for this annual culinary and cultural extravaganza. Tastings and street entertainment. Held in August. Free admission.
TorontoCelebrating jazz music with more than 1,500 performers at 40 different locations. Ticket prices vary; call or visit website for
195 Princes' Blvd., TorontoMore than 300 booths by independent designers and artisans of jewellery, accessories and vintage and eco-friendly clothing. Held in spring
100 Princes' Blvd., TorontoConsumer show dedicated to all things green. Celebrity speakers, cooking stage, sample organic and bio dynamic wine as well as
125 Bathurst St., TorontoAnnual curated theatrical event presents the works of artists from across Canada. Held in January. Tickets $12-$15.
273 Bloor St. W., TorontoFounded in 1866, the Royal Conservatory is Canada’s most prominent institution of music and learning. Some of Canada’s most famous
Santa Claus Parade Route, TorontoA Toronto tradition since 1905. ‘Tis the season when St. Nick appears with elves, floats and costumed kids in tow.
51 Mercer St., TorontoFor more than 50 years this sketch comedy company has presented shows reflecting world issues through original sketches and improvisation.