10 Feb Family Day in the GTA
Whether your ideal Family Day is hanging out at home or getting out of the house, there is plenty you can do across the GTA.
Here’s my round-up of some of my favorite Family Day activities for 2020!
Staying Home and Free Activity Ideas
Board Games and Puzzles are a great stay-at-home activity. There’s something for every age and every interest.
Head out for a walk or hike. There are tons of trails and parks to see. Even if it’s a simple walk around your neighbourhood, it’s a good way to get active as a family.
Refresh your house. This *may* not be your kid’s idea of a good time, but it’s a great chance to get the family involved with a big task you’ve been putting off. Rearranging the furniture, getting a start on spring cleaning, or painting a room. Get the whole family involved and check it off your list!
Experiences and Family Day Special Events Across the GTA
Over 75 community-led and City facility activities make up the Community Activity component of Winterfest, making it a truly city-wide and accessible program. These activities range from free skates at local rinks to author readings at the Hamilton Public Library, music offerings at local venues to curling at the Dundas Curling Club.
Dr. Seuss Experience
199 Rathburn Rd W, Mississauga
An imaginative and interactive immersion into the wondrous world of Dr. Seuss! This Seuss-tacular sensory spectacle takes you on a journey through nine different Dr. Seuss worlds. Takes approx 1-1.5 hours to complete.
Cost: $29 and up for kids, $35 and up for adults
Free Fishing (without a license) Anywhere in Ontario
Participants fishing without a license must fish under the Conservation fishing license limits which are set out in the current Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary.
February 15 – 17, 2020 (12:01 a.m. Saturday to 11:59 p.m. Monday)
With the Kids
Family Day at Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Bronte Creek is located between Burlington and Oakville. Visit the Nature Centre for live animals, hands-on activities, and crafts! Other attractions include the Children’s Playbarn, toboggan hill and trails.
Cost: $18 for a daily vehicle permit
Oakville Family Day
Free recreational and cultural programs will be offered at locations across town for people of all ages and abilities. Be sure to look for free swims and skates at participating pools and arenas.
This event is full of activities and is ideal for kids under 12.
The International Centre, Mississauga
Cost: $25 for kids all day ride pass
Ideal for Adults
Taste of Burlington
Cost varies by restaurant and meal, ranging from $15-$40
GTA Home and Reno Show
Feb 14-17, 2020
International Centre, Mississauga
Cost: $15 for tickets
Toronto Light Festival 2020
Distillery District, Toronto
This is free and perfect for a date-night!