November is that precarious month when our climate is still nice enough to participate in various outdoor activities but cool enough that no one would blame you for enjoying all the indoor events offered in our city.
Ricoh Coliseum is once again host to The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair November 7 – 16. This is the largest combined agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world. The fair also features a variety of exhibits from mammoth farm animals to gigantic vegetables, horse shows to dog shows. Shoppers can enjoy the Royal’s shoppers paradise filled with crafts, art, clothing and home accessories.
We have all been shocked and saddened by the recent attacks on the members of our Canadian Armed Forces in both Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Quebec and Ottawa Ontario. Tuesday November 11, as we commemorate Remembrance Day traditionally symbolized by the wearing of artificial poppies, we show our appreciation to the brave men and women who protect our country.
November is the inaugural month for many Holiday events. The Season’s Christmas Show, Toronto Christmas Market and the One of a Kind Christmas Show are just a few of these events. Perhaps the most memorable tradition dating back to 1905 is the annual Santa Claus Parade taking place November 16. Experience the magic as you delight in the more than 25 different themed floats, 22 bands, 100 celebrity clowns and of course, the star himself, Santa Claus! The month wraps up with the 48th annual Cavalcade of Lights, held November 29. Visitors will see the lighting of the official Christmas Tree of Toronto. There will also be live musical performances, a fireworks display and a dance party to conclude the evening.
With Best Wishes To All!