Weekly Wagon

Lots of fun and free activities this week: Kids’ CBC Days: This annual two-day party takes over the CBC Broadcasting Centre in and outdoors on Wednesday, July 29 and Thursday, July 30. You’ll most definitely run into some of your favourite Kids’ CBC stars in between live performances and all the free activities. While its… More Weekly Wagon

Weekly Wagon

We made it to week four of summer! Out of ideas? No way. If you’re sticking around the city this week, try some of these activities. Watch movies, outdoors: If your kids can stay up late, there are lots of family-friendly flicks in parks across the city. On the east side, Kew Gardens is home… More Weekly Wagon

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Dinner’s on: Wednesdays made easy. Evergreen Brick Works Pizza Nights have returned and there is so much to love: Pizzeria Libretto pizzas, play in the Children’s Garden, hiking in the Don Valley and biking for the kids. There’s more pizza on Friday, July 17 at Christie Pits for Pizza in the Park. It starts at… More Weekly Wagon

Weekly Wagon

Here are our Trip Picks for week of July 6… Across the City: The Pan Am Games Flame has arrived. Celebrations are taking place across the GTA with music, performances and the lighting of the community cauldron. Follow the Torch Relay and find a party. Downtown: The annual Toronto Fringe Festival kid series – FringeKIDS – has… More Weekly Wagon

Mr. Ciao

As a kid I judged a restaurant not by its food but whether or not it had paper placemats. Give me a jar of crayons and I would sit quietly for hours while my parents, I assume, sat back enjoyed their meals. My kids? Nope. We barely make through ordering and they’ve already whizzed through drawings,… More Mr. Ciao

Weekly Wagon

Here we go. Week one of summer vacation has arrived, and as you know, we are working through our Summer To Do List. Should the weather, kids, my sanity and stars align, we’ll be adding a few more timely activities each week. We’re calling it our Weekly Wagon, and it’s filled with more ways to… More Weekly Wagon