Saturday, December 12, 2020

Santas back in Toronto's Kringlewood

Community and Christmas spirit abounds on Inglewood Drive as the annual festive tradition continues - despite the despicable Grinch who attacked the inflatable Santa figures in 2020. After repairs, the Santas return to bring joy to all who visit the street during the holiday season in Toronto.

The Kringlewood section of Inglewood Drive is south of St. Clair Avenue East and east of Mount Pleasant Road in the Moore Park area of East York. There are also several boxes for people to drop off Santawood food donations.
Frosty the Snowman on Rose Park Drive

Another nearby street is trying to make Frosty the Snowman blowups as a contribution to the spirit of Christmas, however there aren't too many of the smaller inflatable figures on Rose Park Drive east of Mount Pleasant Road. Still it is a good start to a new tradition.

Lights on Coxwell Avenue

You can also find houses with awesome Christmas decorations around Toronto if you look. We found one on Coxwell Avenue in the Beach across from the East York Civic Centre and there is a set of homes at 222-228 Brenyon Way in Scarborough.

Outside of the GTA we found one of the best, most over the top Christmas decorations at a private house on the Niagara Parkway between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake. Spectacular and well worth the trip into the area. They have these amazing illuminated Christmas balls hanging high in the trees that really complete the installation.

Photos by Ann and James Hamilton.

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