CROKICURL AT STACKT MARKET

CROKICURL AT STACKT MARKET

There is a new game in TOwn. This winter Stackt Market, the shipping container market located at Bathurst and Front streets, opened Toronto’s first Crokicurl rink, an outdoor game where crokinole and curling collide. I’ve been wanting to try this out ever since I’ve...
TERRA LUMINA AT THE TORONTO ZOO

TERRA LUMINA AT THE TORONTO ZOO

Welcome to 2099. A new light and sound experience has taken over a portion of the Toronto Zoo this winter. On until April 2020, Terra Lumina Night Walk by Moment Factory is a 1.5 km trip by foot to the year 2099 and back with a series of installations featuring...
SKATING AT UNION STATION

SKATING AT UNION STATION

The little rink that popped up this winter in front of Union Station is one of the newest places to lace up downtown Toronto. And it’s worth the whirl. Located literally in front of the main entrance of Union Station, the cozy outdoor rink offers free public skating...
NIGHT SUP ADVENTURE ON TORONTO ISLAND

NIGHT SUP ADVENTURE ON TORONTO ISLAND

Whether you are a Torontonian or tourist, the views from Toronto Island never disappoint. With family in TOw, we usually hop on a ferry first thing to spend a day on the Island, picnicking in the parks, exploring the tree maze and the beaches, and treating the kids to...
NEW PLAYGROUND: St. James Park

NEW PLAYGROUND: St. James Park

Go play with your food. Toronto’s newest playground St. James Park, off of Jarvis and Adelaide, is a playful take on a food market. The park’s facelift is filled with your typical playground features – slides, climbing structures, swings – but created with...
FAMILY-FRIENDLY JANE’S WALKS IN TORONTO

FAMILY-FRIENDLY JANE’S WALKS IN TORONTO

What would Jane Jacobs do? It’s a question on a T-shirt that I’ve always loved as it encompasses the vision of the late Toronto urbanist Jane Jacobs who believed that everyday people should take an active role in city building. One of the ways of engaging with your...