Spring Break: Toronto Events

Today's Parent has compiled a list of Toronto events you might want to check out with your family this week

Casa Loma
Where: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario
What: Ghost Tracking
Stars of YTV’s Ghost Trackers Michelle Desrochers and Patrick Cross host a special family-friendly March Break ghost tracking night.
When: March 15 – March 16
Tips: Participants are asked to bring their own camera and a small compass for children. Pre-registration is required as this event sells out regularly. No tickets are available at the door.

Casa Loma
Where: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario
What: Become a Pirate
Ahoy! Learn sword training, singing and how to borrow stuff. Argghhh! Presented by Barrie Swordplay Association
When: March 15
Cost: $30 – $39

Casa Loma
Where: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario
What: Castles and Cupcakes
Each little princess or prince will build a sugar cube castle of their own to take home. After, each child will receive a cupcake to decorate, complete with all the trimmings. The finale is a scavenger hunt to find Snow White’s poison apple!
When: March 13 or March 16
Costs: $30 – $39

Riverdale Farm
Where:  201 Winchester Street, Toronto, ON
What: milk goats, see chickens and horses, make crafts, play games and see museum displays
When: March 12 – 16
Cost: Free

Rogers Centre
Where: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON
What: Spring Fling
Canada’s largest indoor carnival returns to Rogers Centre. Enjoy midway fun with rides, family entertainment and interact with 26 exotic animals with Reptilia.
When: March 10 – 16
Cost: Check website for details

Second City
Where: 51 Mercer Street, Toronto, ON
What: The Second City Goes BOOM!
The Second City is hosting family-friendly celebrations. Fuel your child’s imagination with this hilarious hour of non-stop comedy and games.
When: March 12 to March 18, 12 PM
Cost: $14 + tax, Family 4-Packs: $45 + tax

TIFF Lightbox
Where: 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON
What: Sprited Away: The Films of Studio Ghibli
Discover (or re-discover) such classics as Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro and many others in this fifteen-film retrospective.
When: March 10 to April 13
Cost: $8.50 for children, $12 for adults


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