Toronto Events for November 2017
October 31, 2017
Whole Life Expo
Canada’s largest showcase of natural health and green living returns with more than 180 exhibitors and 85 expert speakers.
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
The Royal draws more than 300,000 visitors to Toronto annually to see thousands of unique entries from elite Canadian and International breeders, growers and exhibitors, over 4,500 large and small animals, shows, activities, shopping, dining and – of course – The Royal Horse Show.
The Day Of The Dead
Harbourfront Centre presents the 14th edition of Day of the Dead / Día de los Muertos festival. Join us as we celebrate the life of people, their memories, their achievements, and their impact on the coming generations through contemporary art and culture.
2017 EcoFair at the Barns
Everyone is invited to the 9th Annual EcoFair at the Barns on Sunday, November 5th from 11am-4pm at Artscape Wychwood Barns (601 Christie St). The EcoFair is a free, family-friendly event that informs and inspires greener choices in our homes and communities. Learn about and celebrate the exciting programs, products and services of over 40 environmental not-for-profit organizations and eco-friendly businesses.
Toronto Christmas Market
November 16-Dec 23
The Toronto Christmas Market takes over the Distillery Historic District for another year of holiday magic and romance. Now in its eighth year, the market has become one of the city’s favourite holiday traditions, ranked one of the world’s best Christmas markets by Fodor’s Travel, USA Today, Mashable and more. Take in sparkling Christmas light canopies, traditional music and carols, dance performances and family-friendly activities like Santa’s House, a ferris wheel, carousel and life-sized gingerbread house. Foodies can taste traditional European street-style food as well as Canadian holiday treats and sip on cold and warm brews in the beer gardens.
12 Trees: Let there be light
November 17-Jan 7
The Gardiner Museum’s annual 12 Trees exhibition returns this November 2017. This year’s exhibition will focus on light as a potent symbol of hope that many cultures share during the season. Curated by famed Canadian writer and artist Douglas Coupland and Vice President of Public Art Management Ben Mills, this year’s exhibition will bring a dynamic, contemporary, and light-filled perspective to the 12 Trees tradition.
November 21- Dec 19
This November, release your inner Diva at Beyography, a free tribute dance class at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.In this intensive, two-hour class you’ll learn the choreography to a music video!
Canada’s beloved pop diva Jann Arden takes the stage at Toronto’s Massey Hall for an evening of holiday music and favourites, performed with a symphony orchestra. Arden will perform songs from her Christmas album plus fan favourites.