3 Rad Things To Do This Weekend
It’s the best time of year in Ontario. Fall colours in full effect, temps are crisp, and days are bright.
Get out and celebrate the season already. Here are 3 cool ways.
Bundle the kids and run to tonight’s Drop-in Dinner at The Depanneur
The place where “interesting food things happen.” This cozy corner storefront supper club in the west end is open to all, and is home to lively events, food workshops and a bustling community kitchen. Best of all, they host weekly family-style dinner gatherings with a rotating selection of chefs. Tonight’s meal is Malaysian Chicken Curry by Grace Chow (vegetarian version available!) Drop in, eat, laugh, leave happy. And full.
(Friday, Oct. 12 beginning at 6 p.m. 1033 College St., 416-828-1990)
Starting at 10 a.m. Planet in Focus Kids’ Screening
Head to the TIFF Lightbox for some green-themed international short films. It’s followed by a FREE animation workshop presented by the National Film Board of Canada where kids learn to make their own claymation movies!
(Saturday, Oct. 13, 10 – 3 p.m., 350 King St. W., 416-531-1769. Free)
Starting at the crisp hour of 9 a.m. Junction FLEA
Come peruse the food, antiques, crafts, and vintage toys at the city’s newest and hippest outdoor market. A seriously nostalgic treat.
(Sunday, Oct. 14 at 9 a.m., 2799 Dundas St. W.)
Oh, and book these now for next weekend:
Hop on a Halloween-themed train and be entertained by some festively spirited ghouls. Kids can snag a loot bag upon their departure.
(Oct. 20, 21 & 27, 28, departing from Uxbridge and Stoufville stations.
10 a.m., 12:30, 2:30. $17 per adult, kids in costume free)
South Simcoe Railway “Ghost of Beeton Beach Haunted Hallowe’en Adventure”
Join in the search for the ghost of Tottenham’s restored 1920’s coach. A Halloween adventure for the brave of heart.
(Oct. 26, 27, South Simcoe Railway Station.
7 & 8 p.m. departures. $14 per adult, $8 per child)