Things to do in Toronto This Holiday Season

What To Do in Toronto This 2017 Holiday Season

Roaring Twenties Christmas

Step back in time and experience a 1920s Christmas on your guided tour of Spadina Museum. In the warmth of the kitchen, enjoy holiday treats made from original recipes while sipping cups of mulled cider. Saturdays, November 21 – January 7, Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Rd, toronto.ca/spadina

The Tenors Bring Harmony to the Holidays

Multi-platinum, JUNO award-winning vocal power trio, The Tenors, have charmed the world over with their blend of classical music and contemporary pop to delight audiences. With the release of their fifth studio album Christmas Together, they will embark on a 16-city North American tour. December 12, Sony Centre, 1 Front St E, tenorsmusic.com

Toronto’s Ultimate Chocolate Tour

Learn about the history of chocolate and stop into some of the best shops on trendy King West, Queen West and Dundas West. Enjoy tastings and samples of chocolate from bean to bar. Satisfy your sweet tooth while walking off the calories. Saturdays through December 16, SOMA Chocolate, 443 King St W, tastytourstoronto.com

9th Annual Prosperity Ball – Moonlight Masquerade

Who doesn’t enjoy a little moonlight masquerade? Your night includes a cocktail reception, silent and live auctions, dinner with wine pairings and great entertainment. End your evening dancing like nobody’s watching, while backing New Beginnings Support Program. November 25, The Carlu, 444 Yonge Street, toronto.eventful.com

Kensington Krawl Food Tour

Kensington Market is a Toronto gem—good food, unique stories and a rich heritage. Explore the neighbourhood with your expert guide, meeting the shopkeepers and chefs, while you taste your way through the streets. November 25, Jimmy’s Coffee, 191 Baldwin St, savourtoronto.com

Tea Time at the Inn

Montgomery’s Inn opened back in 1830 and it continues to welcome guests through its historic doors. Join guests for a cozy, quiet High Tea and enjoy your choice of sweet or savoury plates served with tea or apple cider. Sundays through December 31, Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dundas St W, Etobicoke, montgomerysinn.com

The Art of Acceptance: Meditations on Patience

While the holidays are fun-filled, they can also be quite stressful. In this half-day course, learn Buddhist techniques to calm your mind, accept your feelings, and learn how to turn them around to find that often elusive inner peace. December 2, Kadampa Meditation Centre, 631 Crawford Street, meditateintoronto.com

French Baking for the Holidays or Any Day

Be the star of the cookie exchange with less fuss than you’d think. Head over to the Market for an intimate class of French Baking for the Holidays – learn to make teacakes, macarons à l’ancienne and other treats. In the Choux Pastry Class, try your hand at creating flakey savoury and sweet, melt-in-your-mouth pastries. November 26, St. Lawrence Market, 93 Front St E, stlawrencemarket.com/events

Holiday Greenery Workshops

If you’ve only ever visited High Park during cherry blossom season, you’ve been missing out on its winter festivities. Head over to the quaint Colborne Lodge Kitchen and create a personalized centrepiece or Holiday Wreath, using nature’s bounty in the Centrepiece Workshop and Wreath- Making Workshop– with separate dates for families and adults only. Dates through December 2 – 21, Colborne Lodge, 11 Colborne Lodge Dr., colbornelodge.streamintickets.com

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