Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Fun things to do in Toronto March & April 2022

In March of 2020 the world at large started shutting down as the Covid-19 started spreading through the populations and the World Health Organization declared the infectious disease a pandemic. As I write this post in the waning months of 2021 the restrictions in Ontario are starting to wind down and more and more people are starting to return to their offices.

A Provincial News Release from October 22, 2021 predicts that most safety measures would be lifted in the first quarter of 2022, we will see if this forecast comes true: "March 28, 2022 At this time, it is intended that remaining public health and workplace safety measures will be lifted, including wearing face coverings in indoor public settings. Recommendations may be released for specific settings, if appropriate. In addition, the provincial requirement for proof of vaccination will be lifted for all remaining settings, including meeting and event spaces, sporting events, concerts, theatres and cinemas, racing venues and commercial and film productions with studio audiences."

Hopefully Covid restrictions will end, just as winter starts to fade and the first day of spring happens on Sunday, March 20, 2022. Yeah for the vernal equinox!

Ontario Place Winter Light Exhibition Sat to Sun, Feb to Mar. Cancelled.

Previous Winter Station installation
Introspection (2022) has a mirrored interior
Looking out of The Hive (2022)

Winter Stations in the Beach From Feb 21 until Thurs, Mar 31. It's a go. See my photos here.
International Bicycle Show The Spring show has been cancelled until 2023, but the fall 2022 show is a go.

Toronto Rock Lacrosse till April 30.
Toronto Spring Camping & RV Show Thurs to Sun, Mar 3-6
Toronto FC Starts Sat, Mar 5
Celebrate Toronto Fri to Sun, Mar 4-6.
Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto opens for the 2022 Season Thurs, Mar 10.
Toronto Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival Sat, Mar 12 to Sun, April 10. 
Green Living Show Fri to Sun, Mar. To be confirmed
National Home Show  Fri to Sun, Apr 15-24 confirmed. Canada Blooms will return in 2023
Sugar Shack Sat to Sun, Mar down at the waterfront. To be confirmed
Toronto Sportsmen's Show Thurs to Sun, Mar 17-20. It's a go
Toronto ComicCON Fri to Sun, Mar 18-20. Come for the costumes, read a few comics and meet some stars. It's a go
Roundhouse Craft Beer Festival Sat, Feb 5. March 19. Brought to you by Steam Whistle and the Toronto Railway Museum
St Patricks Day Parade Sun, Mar 20 (new date). It's a go
Earth Hour Sat, Mar 26 at 8:30 pm.
Toronto Biennial of Art 2022 Sat, Mar 26 till Sun, June 5. They are on a mission to make contemporary art accessible to everyone.

Toronto Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival Sat, Mar 12 to Sun, April 10. 
Toronto Pillow Fight is a go! Sat, Apr 2 at 3pm at Nathan Phillips Square. During World Pillow Fight Day.
Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener Mon, April 4.
Interior Design Show Thur to Sun, Apr 7-10. In the south building of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. "Presented by Miele, IDS Toronto will explore the realm of possibility with its 2022 theme, New Futures, reflecting Canadian design within a global context catalysing new ideas, solutions and expression featuring fresh branding by Sali Tabacchi design studio."
Interior Design Show

ImportExpo - Toronto Opener 2022 Sat, Apr 9. Now at the Enercare Centre
International Spring Motorcycle Show Sat to Sun, Apr 9-10.
Toronto Roller Derby League Who knows?
Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade Sun, Apr 17. It's a go
Fashion Art Toronto Thurs to Mon, Apr. To be confirmed - sometime in Spring/Summer
Future of Innovation, Technology and Creativity FITC Mon to Wed, Apr 11-13. It's a go
Hopefully the fruit blossoms will come out to play, along with the warm weather. Check out the famous High Park Cherry Blossoms Festival.
Toronto Motorama Custom Car and Motorsports Expo Fri to Sun, Mar 11-13. It's a go. New dates Apr 29 to May 1.

Moved to June
O'Cannabiz Conference and Expo Wed to Fri, June 1-3. It's a go

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