Toronto is expecting a snowstorm this weekend, just in time to give the City a white Christmas. For those willing to brave the inclement weather, the city will be abuzz with things to do, including some holiday classics and others that will hit you right in the nostalgia.

Stay safe, warm, and merry, Toronto!

Get in the Holiday Spirit at Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic

If you’re in the mood for something shamelessly Christmassy, the Bloor-Yorkville BIA will be decked out in decorations and light displays for its annual Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic event. The event is free for visitors and residents and enjoy.

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Get Your Igloo on at Wonderland’s WinterFest

This is the last weekend to enjoy the immersive holiday experience that is WinterFest at Wonderland. Highlights of this year’s event include ice skating, live shows, festive foods, two 50-foot Christmas trees, and ‘Jack Frost's Igloo Village.’

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Feel all the Feels With the Friends Experience

If you’re a fan of Friends, the immersive Friends Experience is your prayers asked and answered. Attendees can check out props and costumes from the show, explores the sets, take iconic photos, and shop exclusive Friends merch.

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Enjoy a Christmas Classic at The Nutcracker

Is there anything more quintessentially Christmas than The Nutcracker? Whether you’ve seen the show once or a dozen times, the classic ballet is bound to complete your Christmas. Only a few seats are left for this weekend, so act fast!

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Feel the Magic at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Ed Mirvish Theatre is your chance to see the magic of your childhood up close and personal. Whether you’re the theatre type or not, you’ll find it hard not to be charmed by the world-renown production.

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Get a Taste of the Northern Lights at Exhibition Place

Exhibition Place is paying homage to the Northern Lights with an immersive holiday event. Guests can enjoy oversized holiday decor, light displays, and a holiday market, and are encouraged to eat, drink, and be very, very merry!

More information here.

Cover photo: Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic