Find some warmth this February
Winter isn't quite over, but there are plenty of ways to stay warm in Toronto this month. First step, getting out there!
Saturday nights, 8pm to 11pm, February 10th and 17th
Last chance for this DJ dance party on ice. Keep moving and stay warm! Skates are available for rental.
Wednesdays, 4-7pm (until March)
Brought to you by Unity Charity, learn the basics of breakdancing in an open and supportive environment. Wear appropriate clothing and shoes for dance!
Until February 25th
This year's artists have created some interesting pieces that are meant to be explored and moved through. Check it out if you are down by the lake!
Always spectacular, this years festival hints at some interesting features.
A pyramid, a piano that plays light, and a teleporter? Surely these must be seen to be believed.
February 10th and 14th, 6:30pm to 9pm
Your $85 gets you dinner, an exclusive tour of the zoo's reproductive team facilities, and, and fun facts about how different animals love each other.
February 10th to14th
Out of date ideas? Date ideas out of date? How about some freestyle painting, all materials included with your partner? Beer and wine is also available for purchase to drink while you paint. Be creative!
February 14th and 15th, 8pm
Conductor Laureate Sir Andrew Davis presents Prokofiev's ballet Romeo and Juliet featuring a beautiful harp concerto. Tickets range from $35 to $148.
February 18th to April 1st
Come see the winners of this years Winter Stations outdoor art competition! Dress warmly, as the beach can be windy this time of year. Free!
February 24th and 25th, starting at noon
This free outdoor ice sculpting competition is always spectacular. Come early and see these awesome ice creations take shape!
There are so many ways to break the ice this February, so get your boots on! Don't wait for spring to... jump into action.