It’s been a little over a month since Christmas Eve and the holidays have already begun.
And for the first time in decades, many Canadians are going to be celebrating the holiday with the craft of their choice.
But there are still a lot of things to do and places to visit on Christmas Eve, especially if you want to bring your family or friends.
Here are the best places to do it and the things you need in your neighbourhood to make it a festive day.
Toronto Artisan Market (at Pearson airport) From Dec. 21 to Jan. 1, visitors can visit the Toronto Artisans Market in downtown Toronto.
The market is the largest in the country, selling everything from hand-crafted art to decorative arts.
There are more than 250 vendors selling crafts, ceramics, and other crafts and art supplies, along with other products and food.
The Museum of Fine Arts of Toronto (at Dundas and Bathurst) The Museum has an exhibit on the craft and food scene in Toronto.
It features craft shows, lectures, food and drinks, and more.
The Food Market at the Artscape (at Queen St. and Adelaide St.)
There are food vendors, coffee shops, craft stations, food courts, and much more.4.
City of Toronto Art Gallery (at Kipling Park) This exhibition features over 60 artists, designers, designers and other professionals.
Toronto Public Library (at Bloor St. West) The Library is a wonderful gift shop for Toronto residents and visitors.
The library’s main gift shop is called the Art Gallery, where visitors can buy handmade items, gift cards, and even collectibles.
Toronto Botanic Gardens (at Yonge St. E.)
The Botanic Garden offers plants from all over the world.
It has a large garden, an indoor greenhouse, a flower market, and a botanical collection.7.
Art Gallery of Ontario (at Sheppard Ave.
and College St.)
A unique experience for anyone who loves art, the Art Galleries of Ontario is an incredible place to see, learn, and see a new artist.
Cineplex (at Jane and Finch) This is a unique and exciting film screening and party, featuring screenings of new releases.
Tickets start at $35 for general admission, $45 for VIP admission.
Downtown Toronto Christmas Market (Toronto City Hall) A family-friendly event with food, wine, crafts, and fun for all ages, this is a great way to spend the day.
Tickets range from $10 to $15.10.
City Hall Christmas Market, Scarborough (Scarborough Community Centre) The Scarborough Community Centre is a family-focused, outdoor market that sells handmade goods, food, drinks, home décor, and presents.
Toronto Arts Festival (at Spadina St.)
It’s a great opportunity to see some of the world’s best artists, create your own handmade artwork, and explore the history of Toronto.
This is an excellent opportunity to visit Toronto’s oldest and largest art gallery, which holds many of the city’s best contemporary and local artists.12.
Toronto Craft Market (City Hall, Scarborough)This is a popular event for people from all across the city to browse and buy handmade crafts, home decor, and accessories.
There are over 200 different vendors, with prices starting from $2.50 to $25.
St. Andrew’s Cathedral (Toronto’s oldest church) This church, built in 1615, is home to some of Toronto’s finest artists.
It was originally used as a church for the Episcopal Church until the 1790s.
It is now home to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest church in the world, and many other unique buildings.
Toronto Christmas Parade (Toronto) The parade is an event of love and joy for all.
It starts at St. Stephen’s Square, where thousands of people gather, and ends at Toronto City Hall.
Toronto City Christmas Market and Festivals (at Downsview Ave.)
The biggest event in Toronto is this popular street fair.
Stampede Festival (Brampton, Ont.)
The annual Stampedes festival is the best time of year to see horse racing, rodeo, and horse shows.
There’s also a parade, an adult entertainment zone, and an arts and crafts area.
The Globe and Mail (at Union Station) This annual outdoor festival features a variety of activities, including horse races, ice skating, skateboarding, horse-racing, horse walking, balloon rides, a live music show, and art installations.
The Toronto Christmas Crafts Market (York University) The Toronto Crafts Markets is the only large-scale event on the calendar for all levels of decorating, including furniture, craft, jewelry, pottery, art, furniture, clothing, toys