Thanksgiving long weekend has finally arrived.
When you recover from your turkey coma or before you enter it, check out these awesome events going on across the city!
Here are five things to do this long weekend in Toronto.
195 Princes’ Blvd | October 11th – November 2nd | Tickets
Toronto’s spookiest attraction is back for its 27th year of terrorizing people! Screemers’ website explains all the details: “$34.95 + tax Admission price includes all 7 horrifying haunted attractions, unlimited rides on the Midway of Horrors, and the terrifying pleasure of viewing our new illusion act The Kill Show. FRONT OF THE LINE PASS is only $15 additional – for those who find line ups PETRIFYING!”
Danforth Music Hall | October 11th, Doors @ 7:00 PM | Tickets
Indie88 proudly welcomes Bishop Briggs on Friday, October 11th at the Danforth Music Hall!
Downsview Park | October 12th – 14th | Free!
Toronto’s Pumpkin fest is back for the Thanksgiving weekend! Head to Downsview park to experience vendors, food, activities and tons of pumpkins!
Scotiabank Arena | October 13th, 6:00pm | Tickets!
Spend your Thanksgiving Sunday night at the Scotiabank Arena watching the Raptors take on the Bulls! The preseason game has tons of tickets left, starting at around $50. It’s a deal you don’t want to miss!
Advanced voting stations | October 11th – 14th, 9am – 9pm | Info!
Elections Canada has announced that advanced voting polls will be open across the country this weekend from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. To vote early, just head to your assigned polling station. Voters can find the address for their assigned station on their voter information card, by visiting the Elections Canada website, or calling 1-800-463-6868.