Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Don't be SAD, winter is almost over!

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, hits hardest in winter and in Canada, winter seems to last forever. You can try to beat the blues by getting out in the sun when it occasionally peaks out of the snow clouds or keep busy with outdoor sports or visit some of the great shows that take place around Toronto.
Some of the February events or attractions I am looking forward to are the Toronto Light Festival, Groundhog Day (Feb 2nd), Chinatown New Years Celebrations, the Motorcycle Show Toronto, the Beaches Winter Stations Design Festival. Some of the current, ongoing events that I can recommend are the Winter Stations Icebreakers, the Toronto Light Exhibition at Ontario Place and the 7 at Hudson's Bay Art Installation.

You also have your hockey games, baseball games and basketball games for those with deeper pockets.
Later in March, just one step closer to spring, you can get your motorsports fix with the Toronto Motorama Custom and Motorsports Expo. Then when the snow melts and the birds start to sing, there is the joy of visiting the blooming cherry blossoms throughout the city - especially at High Park.

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