What's on this weekend in Toronto

It's the Thanksgiving weekend! Here are some events to check out before or after you hang out with family and friends on October 12-15.

Après Nuit, HarbourKIDS Thanksgiving and what to do this weekend in Toronto

It's the Thanksgiving weekend! Here are some events to check out before or after you hang out with family and friends.

Fall Events

Oct 12 to Oct 13
Kortright Centre

Lots to enjoy including guided fall colour walks, Archetype Sustainable House tours, self-guided activities and more. For more information, check out the Kortright Centre website.

Celebrate Fall

Oct 12 to Oct 14
Toronto Zoo

Crisp fall air, vibrant colours and fun for all ages; the Toronto Zoo is the place to be this October! Celebrate the changing of the season with interactive and themed activities, educational programs, tours, keeper talks and enrichment programs with the animals. There is something for everyone in your family!

For more information, check out the Toronto Zoo website.

C.A.K.E.

Oct 12
North York Central Library

There are lots of activities for the whole family, including a workshop to artists 6-12 years old, a DIY Comic Lab, pop up shops and kids' activities.

For more information, check out the Small Print Toronto website.

HarbourKIDS Thanksgiving

Oct 14
Harbourfront Centre

Take the kids to a world of good at Harbourfront Centre this Thanksgiving Monday. Featuring a full day of family fun, including concerts, films, crafts and more. They're putting the "great" back in grateful.

For more information, check out the Harbourfront Centre website.

Nuit Blanche: Extended Projects

Until Oct 27
Various Locations

If you missed it last weekend, do not despair. You can still catch some of the Nuit Blanche exhibits such as Ai Wei Wei's Forever Bicycles.

For a list of these ongoing exhibits, check out the Nuit Blanche website.

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