Holiday Season 2019 in Toronto

December 20, 2019 | Liana

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Holiday season is here! Here are some things to do in Toronto to make your holiday season bright.

Toronto’s official Christmas tree

Bring the holiday spirit to life by visiting Nathan Phillips Square to see the city’s official Christmas tree. The beautiful giant glitters with more than 525,000 lights and 700 individual ornaments. Enjoy Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square.

Toronto Christmas Market

Discover Christmas charm and elegance by visiting the Toronto Christmas Market. Enjoy dance performances, have fun shopping, share a tender moment with your family and loved ones.

Toronto Christmas Market
Toronto Christmas Market. Image courtesy of Kevin Cabral.

Allan Gardens Winter Flower Show

Tired of white and snow? Visit Allan Gardens to enjoy a Christmas must-see Winter Flower Show.

Allan Gardens Conservatory
Allan Gardens Conservatory. Image by author.

Skating, Skiing, snowboarding

When there is snow on the ground, grab your skates and hit the ice at one of Toronto's 54 outdoor ice rinks. Interested in skiing and snowboarding? Discover the City’s ski areas and snowboarding centers. Want a bit more excitement? Try tobogganing!

Toronto Public Library

Visit your local Library branch for a fun memorable program. Enjoy a family game afternoon or a holiday movie night, a holiday craft or a cookie decorating class. Toronto Public Library has a holiday program for everyone.


Too cold to go out? Here are some books to enjoy during the Christmas holidays.

Christmas feasts and treats by Donna Hay

Home made Christmas by Yvette Van Boven

Scandikitchen christmas_recipes and traditions from Scandinavia by Bronte Aurell

Interested in mystery and romance? You might like the following titles.

The 19th Christmas James Patterson

A Texas kind of Christmas

Puppy Christmas by Lucy Gilmore

Christmas in Silver Springs by Brenda Novak

Here are some new additions to our children collection.

A Christmas gift for Santa_a bedtime book by Theron Elkins

Bad Kitty _ searching for Santa by Nick Bruel

Dasher_how a brave little doe changed Christmas forever by Matt Tavares

The most wonderful gift in the world by Mark Sperring