Toronto Events for November
October 21, 2019
The largest of its kind in the world, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a full day of fun with family entertainment in the PC Animal Theatre featuring Spirit of the Horse; rabbit jumping; sheep herding and the PC Super Dogs. Plus you can see giant vegetables, butter sculpting, explore the world of grains, find out how greenhouses work, make your own seed planter, sample the fruit/vegetable of the day, find out how to make an urban garden (even on a balcony), discover how tasty bugs can be, explore the farm to table story and sample creations from top chefs. With over 350 unique vendors and over 5,000 animals competing in world class livestock competitions plus the Royal Horse Show, voted #1 indoor horse show in North America, there’s alot to see, do, taste and try at The Royal.
Indie Week Showcases acts from around the world in front of industry professionals.
Indie Week is the premiere emerging artist festival in Canada with five days and nights of music, showcases, the Indie 101 conference, Official Opening Night Party, Indie Week Awards show – over 10,000 music fans will be entertained and educated.
Taking place in downtown Toronto, the center of the Canadian music industry and one of North America’s biggest music markets, artists not only get the chance to showcase in front of industry professionals but they are also invited to participate in the Indie 101 conference featuring panels, mentorships, B2B meetings, demo listening sessions, Tech Day, Health & Wellness, industry mixers with over 350+ Delegates.
Toronto Christmas Market is back to the Distillery District!
From November 14 to December 22, open every day except Mondays, one of the best Christmas Markets in the world features hundreds of handcrafted products, mulled wine, beer and hospitality gardens, creating the holiday atmosphere.
Have you ever seen thousands of Santas gathered at the same time and place? Every year since 1905 Toronto has been hosting this red-and-white mass in the beginning of winter, in late November. Santa Clauses don’t come alone,—a few dozen animated floats and bands accompany the parade. This spectacular walk starts at Christie Pits, and proceeds along the city’s streets, ending at St. Lawrence Market.
The Japanese Restaurant Association of Canada (JRAC) is proud to bring you the 2019 “Washoku Matsuri – Japanese Food Festival” at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto, Ontario.
Once again this year, Washoku Matsuri will assemble some of the top Japanese chefs in Canada to personally serve you authentic signature Japanese dishes that have captivated foodies and culinary experts alike. Due to the huge success last year, we are again for a 2nd year in a row proud to partner with one of Japan’s legendary prefectures: EHIME. Ehime translates to “Lovely Princess”. With its coastline protected by the Seto in-land sea, Ehime is famous for its superior quality seafood, delicious fruits and beverages that are of premium quality. The chefs of JRAC will showcase Ehime’s beautiful and delicious natural bounty to all in attendance.
As part of the evening, you will also enjoy a fantastic line-up of premium Japanese sakes, shochu and beers to pair with the unforgettable experience of amazing Japanese cuisine and traditional Japanese entertainment. In addition to the drink tokens included in your ticket purchase, one can also purchase additional beverages from each vendor in the Drinks area.
Experience the power of craft and its ability to bring people together at the One Of A Kind 2019 Winter Show.
For more than 40 years, One Of A Kind has brought together a community of makers and craft enthusiasts, united over their appreciation for creativity and passion for supporting local businesses. At this year’s event, we want to celebrate the pride, loyalty and the profound connections we all share at One Of A Kind.
To help us express this connection we reached out to the One Of A Kind Artisan community. We asked them to create a design that captured the essence of the Show’s community and spirit of togetherness.
The CNE is presenting this year’s Aurora Winter Festival. Toronto’s Ontario Place will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland with a beautiful skating rink, a tube park, massive light displays, a Christmas Market, amusement rides, food gardens, magical characters, and plenty of other exciting activities. Experience Canada’s largest winter festival this holiday season.
Art Bash is the single most important fundraiser for the AGO. This annual gala pays homage to the most celebrated art periods in history by reviving their legacy and discovering their enduring spirit in contemporary Toronto. It is the must-attend black-tie event on Toronto’s fall calendar, bringing together the city’s most prominent philanthropists, business leaders and art lovers.
Celebrate the holiday season at the Toronto Art Crawl’s 5th Annual CHRISTMAS MARKET!
This much-loved annual event takes place at The Great Hall, Sunday November 24th, 2019!
- Shop directly from the hands of 110 SUPER talented local artists and designers,
- Choose from original art, fashion, jewelry, home decor, vintage, photography, body care & more,
- Enjoy music by a live DJ – all day,
- Interactive demos,
- Delicious food vendors,
- Face painting for the kids,
- Free swag bags for the first 25 attendees!
Make a date with your BFF and join us Sunday, November 24th from 11-6PM!a
Cavalcade of Lights kicks off the holiday season in Toronto with the first lighting of Toronto’s Official Christmas Tree and Nathan Phillips Square. The event features live musical performances, a DJ skating party, and a spectacular fireworks display.