Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Events in Toronto March 2022

We have passed the dog days of winter and entered March with the lifting of most Covid-19 restrictions and thankfully public events are returning to Toronto. As the weather warms there is so much to look forward to from the blossoms of spring to patios opening up once again. Spring comes in March, on the 20th of 2022, when the Vernal (Spring) Equinox comes knocking.

Of course the relaxation of public health and workplace safety measures means that more people will be abandoning, or reducing the work from home (WFH) joys as businesses call back their employees. The sidewalks and the underground path system will begin to fill as will public transit, while traffic congestion will also lead to more and more traffic jams.

Sadly many of the city's annual festivals and events remain cancelled, or held virtually, but there are some great events that are able to return including
Winter Stations in the Beach which has already started and will continue till the end of March - you can see my photos of the exhibition on my post here. Toronto FC's opening game is this Saturday (March 5), better bundle up if you are going to that game. If you want to stay warmer keep Medieval Times in mind as the knights start jousting on March 5th as well.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto opens on March 10 for a new season of exhibitions. Located on Sterling Driver north of the curving Dundas Street West.

For students one of the happiest times of the year is March break which takes place from March 14 to 18 with all schools closed. You can also check out historic Fort York during March break. Mid March is also the time when the sap starts flowing and the Maple Syrup festivals start up.

One of my favourites is definitely coming back for 2022 - Toronto Comicon runs from March 18 to 20 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. I already have my tickets and am looking forward to the comics and the cosplay. Show Hours: Friday 10 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 10 AM - 7 PM and Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM.

There is even an outdoor beer festival taking place at Steam Whistle. Join the cool crowd as they sip brews at the Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival on March 19.

On March 19th, 2022, join us at Toronto’s biggest and baddest apr├Ęs-brew-ski party. Gather your beer-loving pals, retro ski gear, long johns, and all the flannel you can get your mitts on. Early bird tickets are 90% sold out and you know what they say, the early bird gets the beer.

Back after two years is the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Sunday, March 20. "The parade will begin at the corner of St. George and Bloor Street West at 12 pm and proceed down Yonge Street, turning left towards the review stand at Nathan Phillips Square."
For those that like the two wheeled life the North American Motorcycle Supershow is at the International Centre from March 25 to 27. Check out my post here for a contest to win a pair of tickets to the 2022 show.

Earth Hour happens on the 26th of March this year "Every year, at 8:30 pm on the last Saturday of March, millions of people across the world show their support for our planet, raising awareness of nature loss and climate change - the two biggest threats facing our one home."

March 26 is also the start of the 2022 Toronto Biennial of Art which runs until June 5th. They are on a mission to make contemporary art accessible to everyone.

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