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6 things to do in Toronto this weekend - Sep 23/24

1. Family Day @ Gardiner Museum - Sun, Sep 24th - 11 am - 3 pm

Free for kids and included with admission for adults


Families can connect over clay with weekly activities inspired by the museum's collection and special exhibitions, led by a passionate team of educators and volunteers. Bring the whole family and express your creativity with clay! It's recommended to bring a recycled container or bag in which to transport your work home.


More info can be found here.


2. Family Feud Canada taping @ CBC studio - Sun, Sep 24th - 11 am - 3 pm

Must be 13 or older - free


Be part of the studio audience and experience the laughs and drama of a Family Feud Canada taping in downtown Toronto! The hit game show returns for a fifth year to welcome even more Canadian families to the stage with host Gerry Dee. Family Feud Canada invites a diverse range of families to go head-to-head to answer the most popular answer to fun survey questions with a uniquely Canadian twist, for a chance to take home up to $30,000 per family. We're looking for studio audience members to help cheer them on!

Tickets can be booked here.


3. Scratch Coding for Kids @McGregor Park Library - Sat, Sep 23rd - 10 - 11:30 am

Children 9-12 years old - free (registration required)


In this class, kids will learn the basic concepts of coding by using Scratch's block based coding system while creating a simple game. This class is intended for kids 9-12.


Registration required. Visit in person or call 416-396-8935.


Registration can be done here.

4. Author Festival (TIFA) kids @Harborfront Centre - Sat/Sun Sep 23/24

Kids of all ages - free


Canada’s largest and longest-running festival of words and ideas, returns to Harbourfront Centre September 21 to October 1, 2023. This year’s Festival invites children and youth of all ages to TIFA Kids, with a vibrant programme the entire family can enjoy for free! From superheroes to graphic novels, whimsical adventures to spooky stories, in addition to arts & crafts, sing-alongs and baking, there are plenty of fun activities for the young and the young at heart.


Detailed events can be found here.


5. Longbranch treefest @ Marie Curtis Park - Sun Sep 24 - 12 - 4 pm

Kids of all ages - free


The 5th Annual Long Branch Tree Fest will be held at Marie Curtis Park.

Join us of a fun afternoon of Live Music, Children’s Activities, Educational Walks, Tree Care, Exhibitor and Vendor market and more.


Find out more here.



6. Yoga for kids @ Holistic Bodyworx Mississagua - Sat, Sep 23 - 9:30 - 10:30 am

Various ages - $20/child


Yoga for children can help children cope living in today’s rushed world of busy parents life, school pressures, higher level of screen and gadgets usage, mental health, incessant Lessons and Competitive s


ports.

Yoga can help to counter these pressures and situations as they learn the techniques and become more aware to navigate life challenges with more simplicity.


Sign up here.


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