FAMILY DAY EVENTS 2011
Monday, February 21
Noon – 4 pm
(1) Celebrate what family means to you with four FREE events across the city.
Dance, music, sculpture, street theatre, crafts, storytelling, skating, tasty treats and more!
Click: www.toronto.ca/familyday Call: 311
NORTH YORK – Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge Street
Music, dance, contemporary sculpture and groovy family dance parties in the heart of North York. Don’t forget to bring your ice skates!
DOWNTOWN – Fort York
250 Fort York Boulevard
Explore Aboriginal, French Canadian and Métis music, dance and stories at Toronto’s oldest venue. Lace up your skates and check out the synthetic rink at Fort York.
SCARBOROUGH – Albert Campbell Square
150 Borough Drive
Music, dance, scratching and eclectic beats to move you in Scarborough. Bring your ice skates and take a spin on the outdoor rink.
ETOBICOKE – Colonel Samuel Smith Park
1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Acrobatics, dance and contemporary art at Etobicoke’s new skating trail. Be sure to bring your skates and warm socks!
(2) MORE FAMILY DAY FUN
PARKS, FORESTRY & RECREATION
Spend Family Day enjoying the City’s great recreation options. The City offers swimming, leisure skating, shinny hockey, skiing, and snowboarding, as well as opportunities to visit the animals at Riverdale Farm and High Park Zoo or take a scenic walk through our network of parks.
TORONTO’S HISTORIC SITES
Toronto’s Historic Sites have plenty of interactive activities planned, including crafts, scavenger hunts, dressing up in historical costumes, decorating cookies, baking treats over the open hearth, and more.
FESTIVALS & EVENTS CALENDAR
Visit the City of Toronto’s Festivals & Events Calendar for a list of close to 30 Family Day celebrations to check out. From Dora the Explorer at Casa Loma and free screenings at the TIFF Bell Lightbox to interactive performances at the National Ballet and , there’s so much to choose from!
Happy Family Day!
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