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5 things to do in Toronto for Family Day 2020

Things to do in Toronto for Family Day 2020 are filled with fun ways to spend the holiday, like checking out this year's Winter Stations or a free comedy show. Brewer's Backyard is back and there's lots of places to have brunch. Here's what's opened and closed, too.

  • Events you might want to check out
    Date
    About the Event
    Location
    • February 17
      Cheers to a holiday Monday with Brewer’s Backyard back for a day of brews, food truck eats, live music and lots more inside Brick Works.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • February 17
      Deeper Society is helping you warm up with some funky grooves to bounce to at this soulful dance party that's free to check out.
    • February 17
      The whole family is welcome at this Family Day series free for anyone under 16 an features three eye-opening films curated for everyone to enjoy.
      Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    • February 17 - March 30
      This year's Winter Stations are going beyond the senses with larger-than-life interactive installations that include a huge mirror and rainbow noodle.
      Woodbine Beach
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns at Winter Stations

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Winter Stations


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