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You can to do in Toronto January

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You can to do in Toronto January


After the holidays you might be feeling a bit broke, but finding something fun to do in Toronto doesn't need to be expensive. This month there are plenty of amazing things you can do that are free!


There is no need to stay home to save money. This month you can take part in free dance or meditation classes, see stunning art installations, listen to live music and escape the cold to a lush tropical oasis.


See The Illuminations At The Toronto Light Festival

Toronto light art festival is back!

The massive Toronto Light Festival is one you won't want to miss. At the festival, you'll be able to see thousands of lights that make up the light art that decorate 13 acres and 44 buildings.

The Historic Distillery District

will be illuminated from January 18 until March 3 with the hopes of drawing you to explore the stunning winter setting.


Discover Some Amazing Art At Design TO

DesignTO is a 10-day festival that celebrates art and design from January 18-27. Formerly called the Toronto Design Offsite Festival, DesignTO has 100 events, with plenty of free talks and tours.

Three events you'll want to add to your calendar are: a talk from HGTV host Tiffany Pratt, a walking tour exploring the art at Younge and St. Clair and a discussion on Canadian design moderated by EQ3 Creative Director Thom Fougere.

Explore The Magical Ice Breakers Exhibition

You have to check out the amazing temporary art exhibits that are part of Ice Breakers. Beginning on January 19, Ice Breakers will have outdoor public art along Queens Quay West for five weeks. The entire event is completely free.

Attend Toronto's Hottest Party On Ice - DJ Skate Nights

Put on your skates and head to Toronto's DJ Skate Nights, which is a dance party on ice! Every Saturday until February 16 you can enjoy non-stop beats at the Natrel Rink located at Harbourfront Centre from 8 pm until 11 pm.

See The Amazing Art Installations At The Waterfront

Cure your winter blues and visit Toronto's Winter Stations which is back! The international design competition will transform the Beaches waterfront with temporary public art installations including a magical butterfly forest! Winter Stations starts on January 19 and runs until February 24, 2019.

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