Ontario Family Day 2011 Events

Ontario Family Day 2011

Ontario Family Day 2011, the most boringly named but nevertheless welcome holiday is upon us. So I've made it my goal to find some stuff to do in Toronto that doesn't suck (for humans and zombies). And for those of you not into the family thing, not to fear, the presence of kin is not a prerequisite for most of these events and activities. But before I get to what's going on, here's a review of what's open and closed on Monday.

Closed

  • Most shopping centres and major grocery stores
  • All LCBO and Beer Stores
  • City of Toronto and other government offices (of course)
  • Toronto Public Libraries

Open

  • The TTC will be on a holiday schedule (but scheduled track work has been cancelled)
  • The Pacific Mall, the Eaton Centre (10-6) and most stores in its vicinity on Yonge Street
  • Various City of Toronto museums, the ROM, Ontario Science Centre, and CN Tower
  • Movie theatres

What's happening in Toronto

Lead photo of a very happy looking zombie family by eudaimon in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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