Scarborough is buzzing with excitement as we gear up for another fun year filled with events sure to delight residents and visitors alike. Here are five things to do that you won’t want to miss in 2023:
Winterlicious is a must-do event for anyone who loves food and wants to discover new restaurants in the city. Until February 9, it’s the perfect opportunity to try some of the best restaurants in Scarborough, including Olde Stone Cottage Pub, Floga Estiatori, and Art of BBQ Smokehouse + Bar
Winter Marketplace By The Community Pop-Up Shop
Taking place on February 25th at 5085 Sheppard Ave E, this winter marketplace is the perfect opportunity to support local businesses and pick up some unique, handcrafted items. Vendors offer everything from clothing and accessories to home decor and artisanal food products, so there’s something for everyone.
The Joy of Strings
On March 25th, the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra will perform at 5400 Lawrence Ave E. This concert will feature a diverse range of music, from classical to contemporary, all performed on string instruments. It’s a must-see for music lovers of all ages.
Scarborough Spring Festival
On March 12th, head to St Peter & Paul banquet hall for a day of fun, food, and entertainment. The annual Spring Festival is a great way to celebrate the arrival of spring, with live music, dancing, face painting, and a variety of vendors selling everything from jewelry and crafts to clothing and accessories. Plus, entrance and parking are both free!
Terra Lumina – An Enchanted Night Walk
This magical event takes place on February 25th at the Toronto Zoo and will transform the zoo into a night-time wonderland. With captivating lighting displays and special effects, visitors will be transported to an enchanted forest. Be sure to book your visit time and buy tickets in advance, as it’s an experience not to be missed.
Mark your calendars, and be sure to attend these exciting events in Scarborough. For more information on the neighbourhood, remember to visit the Gemterra blog!