Monday, December 30, 2013

Fun things to do in #Toronto March & April 2014

Put away those snow shovels cause Spring is coming. Actually just keep them handy, just in case. But you need to get out of the house and forget the cold, long winter that will soon be a distant memory. Exhibitions and shows will give you reason enough to come out of hibernation.

International Home and Garden Show Thurs to Sun, Mar 6-9.
Sexapalooza Fri to Sun, Feb 28 - Mar 2.

International Bicycle Show Fri to Sun, Feb 28 - Mar 2.
Toronto Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival Mar 1 - April 6.
Toronto Roller Derby League.
Toronto Rock Lacrosse
Toronto FC Home Opener Sat Mar 22.

Toronto ComicCON Fri to Sun, Mar 7-9. Come for the costumes, read a few comics and meet some stars.
Fashion Week Tue to Sat, Mar 18-22.
Canada Blooms Tue to Sun, Mar 14-23.
International Spring Motorcycle Show Sat to Sun, Mar 15-16.
St Patricks Day Parade Sun Mar 16.
Megaspeed Custom Car and Truck Show Fri to Sun, Mar 21-23.
Monster Energy Supercross Sat, Mar 22.
Earth Hour Sat Mar 29 at 8:30 pm.
Toronto Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival Mar 1 - April 6.
Toronto Wine and Cheese Show Fri to Sun, April 4-6.
Toronto Pillow Fight 2014: Saturday Apr 5, starting at 3 pm at City Hall.
Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto Roller Derby League
Toronto International Art Expo Thurs to Sun, Apr 10-13.
2013 Miss Hooters Toronto Bikini Contest at Toronto Airport Hooters - TBD starting at 8pm at the Toronto Hooters.
National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show Sat to Sun, Apr 12-13.
Miss Hooters is now in May

Green Living Show Fri to Sun, Apr 25-27.
Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade Sun, Apr 20.
Fort York War of 1812 Festival: Battle of York Commemoration Day Sun, Apr 27.

If we are lucky it will be an early spring and the Cherry Blossoms with fill the trees and the air with their scent at places like High Park, above. Check out the 2012 blossoms here.

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