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Toronto Christmas Market – Take some Canadian Christmas spirit home with you!

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Did you know that the idea of celebrating the Christmas season with a Christmas market came originally from Germany? Yes, it’s true – thankfully they are being held in countries all over the world now. So if you are in Toronto during Christmas time take a walk through the Christmas market in the Distillery Historic District. The market will start on Friday, November 30.

Enjoy some time with your (homestay) family and friends – a massive Christmas tree, many Christmas decorations, seasonal music and hot drinks are waiting for you! There are individual and magical Christmas events waiting for you every day. Have a look at the event schedule to be a part of Toronto’s Christmas magic. Great artists like Sean Jones will sing and celebrate the winter season with you and will hopefully bring a smile to your face. And don’t forget: You are never too old to join a storytelling activity to listen to a classic Grimm’s Brothers fairy tale!

Here are the most important points about the Christmas market for you:

Where? Distillery Historic District

Subway Station? Union Station

When? Friday November 30 to Sunday December 16

Times? Monday to Friday Noon to 9pm – Saturday & Sunday 10am to 9pm

Specials? candies / dance/ music / individual events / beer gardens & mulled wine

Follow this link to get more information: www.torontochristmasmarket.com/index.html

If you see some of your teachers or our staff from EC Toronto at the Christmas market you are welcome to join us and drink a hot chocolate with us!

Happy Winter and Holiday Season!

Your EC Toronto Team

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