Chris Glover MPP, Spadina–Fort York

Government of Ontario

Fun Things To Do

  • AGO Live: The National Ballet of Canada: Audiences are invited to drop in, stand on socially distanced markers and watch this free open rehearsal. Limited seating for accessibility is available. Walker Court, Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. W. October 22-23 1:00-4:00 pm.
  • Bubble Dining: Against The Grain – Corus Quay presents Toronto’s only bubble dining experience by the lake! Guests can dine safely and comfortably in their own bubble (literally) along with a heated fireplace and all the fresh air you’ll want. 25 Dockside Drive.
  • ECCO x stackt Workshop – “Illustrator Series”: Once a week, a local illustrator will be on-hand at stackt market pop-up to customize small leather goods. Find out more about the pop-up and the ‘Illustrator Series’. 28 Bathurst Street. Saturdays 12:00-8:00 pm.
  • EcoFair Toronto: The 12th Annual EcoFair at the Barns has gone online. The event has expanded into four weeks of online events with neighbourhood EcoTours across the city. EcoFair is FREE to attend, family friendly, informative, and is 100% organized and run by volunteers. Co-hosted by Green Neighbours Network and Transition Toronto. October 15 to November 8.
  • Fall ’n Leaves Pop Up: The southwest corner of Bathurst & Richmond has been transformed into a licensed, cozy, social distanced experience with a pumpkin patch vibe with woodfire barbecue pit and oven. 621 Richmond Street. October 1-31, Mon-Fri 5:00 - 11:00 pm, Sat-Sun 12:00 noon - 11:00 pm.
  • Ferrero Golden Gallery Signature Experience: Enjoy a premium assortment of finely designed chocolates at this Signature Experience at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Visitors will be the first in Canada to taste a new selection of premium chocolates while immersing themselves in multi-sensory themed rooms. 356 King St. W. Select times until November 15.
  • Ontario Place Open Air Cinema: Sit back in a muskoka chair and enjoy your favourite Halloween movies under the sky on a 60-foot screen in a safe and family-friendly setting at the water’s edge of Ontario Place. 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W. October 10-31.
  • Rogue Wave 2020: This Toronto Island outdoor exhibition involves 25-30 artists and their works that have been created or re-installed on the Island. In the spirit of rogue waves – unpredictable, causing disruptions, affecting change, and with short notice – artists devised their own creative response to this theme. September 28 to October 25.  For more information contact Leida Englar at
  • StrollTO: Toronto residents can participate in StrollTO, part of the City of Toronto’s ShowLoveTO initiative. StrollTO will feature self-guided itineraries for each of the City’s 25 wards to encourage residents to actively discover shops, stops, places and spaces on their local main streets. Click here for more information.
  • Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market: The market is open Tuesdays, 3:00 - 7:00 pm until October 27, rain or shine. Controlled entrance on Crawford with exit at Dundas & Shaw.