These are the best things to do in Toronto this weekend

Is your calendar looking wide open? We’ve got you covered with all the happenings across Toronto this weekend so round up your friends and family – or go solo – and have a little fun outside the house.

Toronto Black Film Festival

Feb. 17 – Feb. 21

The Toronto Black Film Festival has been around since 2013, and it’s dedicated to celebrating the very best in cinematic work from Black filmmakers and artists around the country and beyond. Check out the full schedule and decide which films, live performances or Q&As you’d like to attend this weekend.

Marvel VS DC Roast Battle at Comedy Bar

Feb. 20

One of pop culture’s longest simmering feuds finally comes to a head in this comedy roast battle featuring Canada’s most vicious comedians dressed up as characters from both franchises, duking it out with verbal violence. Marvel or DC. Who will it be?

Toronto Marlies vs. Rocket de Laval at Scotiabank Centre

Feb. 21

Come out and feel the energy of a stadium, cheering on your favourite team on Monday afternoon – the perfect activity for your hockey-obsessed family and friends.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. St. Louis Blues

Feb. 19

Get the best of both worlds – Marlies and Leafs! Come down to Scotiabank on Saturday and cheer on Toronto’s beloved hockey team.

Immersive Klimt

Feb. 3 – March 27

Bring the whole family to this all-ages immersive experience which launches you into the streets of Imperial Vienna to the natural world of water lilies, vibrant blooms and mermaids and more. Lose yourself in the vivid imagery and bold colours of Immersive Klimt.

Hot Chocolate Fest

Feb. 11 – Feb. 21

What better way to warm up this weekend then at Stackt Market’s Hot Chocolate Fest, a 10-day festival that celebrates chocolate, love and everything sweet. The event will take over all of Stackt Market and feature chocolate pop ups, musical performances, s’mores kits, drink specials, workshops and more.

Winter Glow

Feb. 4 – Feb. 27

Experience a family-friendly outdoor festival as you celebrate the magic of winter with ice sculptures, snow carvings, illuminated structures, life-size snow globes, performers and more with a light show synchronized to music! A 1.8 km forested trail through Black Creek Pioneer Village will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland.

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