1. Lots of festive holiday lights lit up the City’s Christmas tree in the north-east corner, the arches above the skating rink, and the Toronto sign in the centre of the square. I had fun browsing about fifty vendor booths filled with unique gifts and special treats.
2. There were food trucks offering from light snacks, to hearty foods like poutine, to more gourmet meals:
3. Jackson-Triggs Polar Point outdoor bar served mulled wine and other alcoholic beverages:
4. Two fireside seating areas with red Muskoka chairs were available for a break and warm-up:
5. The brightly lit classic carousel brought back happy memories:
6. Visitors can bring their own skates or rent them on site and join in on the skating fun:
Holiday Fair runs until 10 p.m. so plenty of time to shop, skate, eat, drink, play, and enjoy the season.
P.S. Santa will be stopping by Holiday Fair on weekends for photos. Guests can take their own photos with the Jolly Old Elf and are invited to make a small donation to Epilepsy Toronto. All for a good cause!
What makes you loving life this week? Please share your thoughts.