The workweek has come to an end and it’s finally time to blow off some steam and have some fun. And it just so happens that there are plenty of awesome events worth checking out in the city this weekend.

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From a new Toronto-themed photo exhibit at the CN Tower to a Harry Potter-inspired beer festival, read on to find out more about the exciting events happening this weekend.

Toronto Light Fest

It's the final weekend to check out the fourth annual Toronto Light Fest. Make sure to arrive after dusk for the best experience (obviously). Hosted by the team behind the Toronto Christmas Market, the light fest will span 13-acres, with installations set to cover 44 buildings in the historic district.

When: On now through March 1

Time: After dark

Where: Distillery District

Admission: Free

Winter Stations

Running through March 29, Winter Stations has transformed four unused lifeguard stations along Woodbine Beach into works of public art inspired by the theme Beyond the Five Senses. Now in its sixth year, Winter Stations is an international design competition and exhibition held annually as a collaboration between RAW Design, Ferris + Associates, and Curio.

When: On now through March 29

Where: Along Woodbine Beach

Price: Admission is free

Winter Light Exhibition 2020

The third-annual Winter Light Exhibition is on at Ontario Place’s west island this weekend, featuring creative light exhibits from local artists under the theme ‘Cocoon.’ Fridays through Sundays, visitors can check out community bonfires, paint classes, and the snack shop serving up a variety of food and beverage options.

When: On now through March 29

Time: 4 pm to 11 pm

Where: Ontario Place, West Island

Price: Admission is free

114 Stories from 114 Storeys Exhibit

There’s a new photo exhibit open in the city that will give the public the chance to explore the facts (and the fiction) behind ten of the city’s best-known landmarks. The exhibit, which is a unique collaboration between the CN Tower and Toronto Public Library, aims to celebrate Toronto’s diversity and thriving communities through stories and images, which will all be drawn from the library’s Digital Archive.

When: On now through May 31, 2020

Where: CN Tower, 290 Bremner Boulevard

Admission: Entry is free with the purchase of General Admission to the CN Tower, or for those dining in 360 Restaurant

Skates and Sounds

Get your skates ready and head to College Park this evening for a musical journey for Skates and Sounds. There will be warming fire pit stations on-site, free BeaverTails, and food trucks. Don't worry if you don't have skates, as there will be free rentals on-site.

When: February 28, 5 pm to 8 pm

Where: Barbara Anne Scott Ice Trail, 420 Yonge Street

Admission: Free

The Best of 'You' Experience

Suzan Galluzzo, nutrition expert and reality TV star, Tanya Sam from the Real Housewives of Atlanta, have teamed up for the ultimate girl's night for both fitness and health lovers. This event will consist of a DJ led workout followed by a speaking engagement. Guests can also look forward to food, drinks, swag, and more.

When: February 28, 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Where: Hourglass Workout HQ 374 Dupont Street

Admission: $100

Nite Markt

Tonight, you can shop, drink, and support local businesses at the first Nite Markt Toronto. There will be over 30 artists to check out, the drinks will be flowing, and the music will be bumping. So clear your schedule and head to the Gladstone Hotel tonight and meet some local talent while you party and socialize at this not so average artisan market.

When: February 28, 8 pm to 12 am

Where: Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West

Price: Entry is free


Making its Canadian premiere, Hamilton is currently performing in Toronto, telling the story of  America's Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, Hamilton is the story of America then, as told by America now.

When: February 29, 2. pm and 8 pm

Where: Ed Mirvish Theatre, 244 Victoria Street

Price: Tickets from $225

TFC Opening Weekend Party

Toronto FC is kicking off its season this Saturday against the San Jose Earthquakes, and while the game isn't in the city, fans can head to The Congregation to start the season in style with an exclusive viewing party presented by Captain Morgan.

When: Saturday, February 29, doors open at 4 pm

Where: The Congregation — 150 Symes Road

Admission: Free to attend

The Wizards Beer Festival: Toronto

Attention all witches and wizards, you're invited to an enchanting afternoon inspired the mysterious and magical world of Harry Potter. Included in your ticket, will be a 12oz welcome beer and five tokens that will give you access to various beer. Plus, there will be onsite entertainment available, including local DJs and tarot card readers.

When: March 1, 11 am to 8:30 pm

Where: CRAFT Beer Market, 1 Adelaide Street East

Price: $45