The holiday season is here again. Itâ€™s time to dust off the decorations, put up the stockings, and whip out your ugliest Christmas sweater.Â From hot chocolate to festivals, mall Santas to apple cider, thereâ€™s no shortage of seasonal events to tuck into this year. To help you celebrate the holidays, Timbercreek has put together a shortlist of events happening in your area this fall.
Distillery District: Toronto Christmas Market
Perhaps the best holiday event of the season, The Distillery District has once again transformed into the luminous Toronto Christmas Market. The popular event is on now until December 23rd.Â Donâ€™t miss the glowing sights, the merry sounds, and the decadent tastes of this annual holiday market. A monstrous Christmas tree dots the center of the action, while kiosks selling everything from chocolate covered bacon to St. Nick knick knacks, litter the Distilleryâ€™s brick streets. The market is free during the week and just $6 on weekends. Get more info here.
Blue Mountain: Christmas Gift Show
Blue mountain comes alive this season with a Christmas Gift Show. This vibrant, fun marketplace celebrates the holiday season in style. Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Christmas with over 100 vendors including artisans, crafters, jewelry makers, dĂ©cor vendors, body and wellness brands, tasty treat makers and more. Learn all about it here.
Edmonton: Singing Christmas Tree
Running from December 14th through 17th, donâ€™t miss the Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree. Imagine a stage decorated with whimsy, a 35-foot singing Christmas tree, and an audience in wonder. With dancing Santas, stunning ballerinas, amazing acrobats, and 150 phenomenal singers accompanied by a live orchestra, this performance is a seasonal sensation.Â Get more info here.
Quebec: German Christmas Market
Celebrating 10 years of magic, Quebecâ€™s German Christmas Market is â€śExquisitely Europeanâ€ť and â€śExquisitely FREEâ€ť!Â On now until December 23rd, 2017, this magical holiday wonderland never ceases to amaze. Featuring one-of-a-kind gifts, the market has a festive atmosphere with wooden kiosks and scintillating lights.
Ottawa: Vintage Christmas Village of Lights
Come out to the Cumberland Heritage Museum for some holiday celebration this Christmas. Make an ornament for your own Christmas tree, decorate gingerbread men, or take a nostalgic horse-drawn wagon ride through the illuminated village (lit by 5pm every evening). None other than Santa Claus himself will be there! Find out more here.
Timbercreek hopes this list of the best holiday events in Canada inspires you to get out there and celebrate the holiday season in style this year. For more information about Timbercreek Communities in your city, please visit our website.