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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Usher in Spring in a fun way with activities and side splitting entertainment @ PartsAvatar !!

No Need to fly away to tropical climates to have a fun filled, jam packed Spring break when there are so many ways to celebrate this pre -summer season in Toronto. Celebrate the arrival of spring with city’s natural landscape and cultural festivals-Brought to you by PartsAvatar Auto Parts Canada !

How are you planning to celebrate spring time this year? Here you will find ideas for kids, families and adults. So, there is something for everyone.
It’s never too early and never too late to plan your celebrations. Enjoy!

Rom’s Big Blue March Break
If your kids are crazy about underwater world, then it is a good opportunity to make them familiar with it.

Your kids can discover wondrous creatures that rule the underwater world of oceans in the Royal Ontario’s Museum. There are other marine themed programs and activities including out of depths: the blue whale story.

Canada Blooms and National Home Show
Celebrate the arrival of spring at Canada’s largest flower and garden festival. For 10 days, every march, as gardeners start to look ahead to the planting season, Canada blooms brings over 200000 gardening enthusiasts, landscape designers and architects.
Be inspired and get your first taste of spring by choosing from over 100 hours of seminars by horticulture and floriculture experts.

The national home show will give you inspiration, resources and the chance to meet the people and companies that can help you get small interior design done.

Toronto Sportsmen’s Show ~ biggest fishing and Outdoor show in Canada!
Crowd goes crazy for this show as the Toronto Sportsmen’s show features activities like fishing, hunting, boating and camping. You can get to learn about new products and techniques from the professionals in this show.

Many generations have had their introduction to Canada’s outdoor heritage- camping, fishing, archery during the decade long history of Toronto’s sportsmen show.
Kids can also have plenty of fun with activities like fishing simulator where kids can experience the thrill of catching the fish like adults.

Catch High park Cherry blossom season
High Park Toronto features hiking trails, sports facilities, lakefronts, cherry blossom and much more!

It is home to sakura trees which is Japanese name to Cherry blossom trees. The beautiful white and pink cherry blossoms attract thousands of visitors to the park each spring. Cherry blossoms bloom for about two weeks in late April or early may.

Don’t miss the beauty of sakuras and make sure you get there early and avoid crowd.

Biomechanics~ the machine inside at science centre
How can a tiny shrimp break through a glass? Spider webs stronger than steel! Check out this exhibition that reveals incredible ingenuity behind evolution and adaptation through real specimens, lifelike models and interactive experience.
If you are a science lover, don’t give it a miss!

Canadian Music Week: The Music fest with 1000 bands and 60 live music venues.

Canadian Music week is a premier entertainment event which combines industry conference with performance festivals, workshop talks with leading industry professionals, cutting edge trade exhibitions and award shows.

Last year artists from around the world took the stage and a lot of action was pumped into those days of musical mayhem. It is the main reason why every aspiring musical artist wants to launch his career from this destination.
Check out their official website and see if your favourite artist or band is performing!

Scotia bank contact photography fest ~ World’s largest photography event!
The world’s largest photography event descends on Toronto starting May1 and runs for entire month. It is a month long festival that takes place in more than 100 venues across the Toronto Region every may.

Seminars, workshops, free public art installations and exhibits of international artists or local photographers are all a part of this amazing event.

Mini Pop Kids at Rose theatre
Mini pop kids is an interactive event featuring talented young singers performing the latest hits by the likes of Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and more. Surely your kids will keep on singing long after the show is over!

Door open Toronto
Toronto was the very first city to host Doors open in North America! 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings open their doors for the weekend and highlight the people who built the city.
In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, in 2017 the theme was fifteen decades of Canadian architecture and featured highlights from each decade since 1860s.

The Maple Syrup festival
Learn how the maple syrup is made and try a tasting flight of different grades and types of syrup, go on horse wagon rides and enjoy fresh hot pancakes with maple syrup and sausages and try taffy on snow and more.

Make your spring break a little sweeter with a family trip to one of the many maple syrup festivals happening all across the Toronto region.

Hot Docs International Documentary festival
It is North America’s largest documentary festival, conference and market with a selection of more than 150 cutting edge documentaries from Canada and around the world along with conference sessions, market events and services for documentary practitioners.

You can also check packages which go on sale! Packages help you save money and are ideal for sharing with friends and family.
At select Doc soup screenings guest directors will be on hand to introduce their work and answer questions from audience.

Immerse yourself in the world of Argentine Tango
For four days join dancers both locals and international and from all skill levels at workshops, seminars, milongas, performances and more!

Toronto tango festival is considered as longest running argentine tango event in Toronto. Keep dancing to the wee hours and enrich your passion for this captivating dance at this amazing event.

This spring break, release the kid in you! Playdium is an ultimate place with 200 high tech attractions, rides and simulators, laser maze and much more fun activities.
It’s a family place where you can have a whole lot of energy to burn!

So there are plenty of things to do this spring! It may be still chilly, but the sun is shining bright! Embrace the spring with these celebrations!

Happy spring!!


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