Toronto Events For January 2023
December 30, 2022
This winter holiday season at Yonge + St. Clair, from Tuesday December 13 – Friday January 11, enjoy a free, neighbourhood-wide gingerbread-themed event at Yonge + St. Clair!
Taking place across the neighbourhood, visit the large-scale gingerbread display, pick up your FREE gingerbread kit at participating storefronts, enjoy various exclusive seasonal promotions at local retailers and eateries, and enter the gingerbread building contest for a chance to win $300+ in local prizes & Yonge + St. Clair store credits.
Interactive, exploratory and deliciously festive, this public holiday event is FREE family-friendly fun for everyone, and supports local Yonge + St. Clair businesses.
Northern Lights (Now – January 8th)
Northern Lights is an immersive experience that wraps you up in the lights, sights, sounds, and feeling of the holidays. Bring your festive spirit and explore everything you love about the most wonderful time of the year.
A true cinematic experience, Le Musk combines cinema, motion, and scent to offer a thrilling evolution of immersive entertainment.Le Musk is a 37-minute cinematic sensory experience produced, directed and scored by two-time Oscar and Grammy-winning composer, A. R. Rahman. The virtual-reality piece is showcased using a motion platform along with scents and haptics to provide a one-of-a-kind immersive experience. The narrative revolves around an orphaned heiress, Juliet Merdinian (Nora Arnezeder), a musician, who is on the trail of three mysterious men with distinct scents.
Union and TD are excited to bring back our free skating rink with free skate rentals right on Front Street. Join us on the rink for a fun and magical winter experience. Register ahead of time to reserve your spot – walk-ins limited.
IDS launches its theme for 2023 – MOVING PARTS: Design for a complex world. The call is open for exhibiting companies, proposals for features, and speakers for IDS Toronto, taking place January 19-22.
MOVING PARTS asks: how are contemporary designers creating, sourcing, producing and distributing products in an ever-changing landscape?
Designers are now faced with a reality that requires not only creativity but ongoing adaptation, leading to a new way of working – building constant change and flexibility into their practice. In the last three years, interior designers, architects and manufacturers have torn up the rulebook.
DesignTO Festival brings people together to design a better future, one that is more sustainable, just, and joyful. The Festival happens online and in-person at venues across the City of Toronto. Most events and exhibitions are free, but some require a RSVP or purchased tickets. All window installations are viewable from the outdoors.
Winterlicious returns this January, with a few changes. There is no fee for restaurants to participate and there are new pricing options. Three-course dinner prix-fixes can be between $25 and $75 with lunches being between $20 and $55. The restaurant list is available and you can make reservations starting on January 12.
We are pleased to announce the return of the Toronto Tea Festival. Whether you are new to the world of tea or a long-time aficionado, the return of the Toronto Tea Festival offers an opportunity to rediscover the world of tea from the traditional to the most current developments. Sample a wide variety of teas and learn from experts in the industry at one of the complimentary presentations. Taste teas uniquely prepared by exhibitors.
Bundle up under some warm blankets and enjoy the latest in tv and movies with Netflix this January.
Hiking trails in and around Toronto can make for the perfect winter day. Gleaming trees, frozen waterfalls, and snow-covered cliffs and boardwalks never fail to amaze, and we’re lucky enough to have lots near the city.
Here are some of the most beautiful Ontario trails for winter hiking in and around Toronto.