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1. Go hiking
Soak up the last bit of fall that we have left by going out on a hike. You don’t have to go far to do this. There are plenty of trails not too far from campus. Some of these include High Park, Tommy Thompson Park, Lakeshore, etc.
Photo cred – @peter_in_to
2. Go to a sporting event
In Toronto, you have many options in terms of the sporting events; From the Raptors to the Leafs and let’s not forget about the Jays. As exciting as these games can be, scoring tickets to them may be a bit difficult and hard on your wallet as well. Lucky for you, at U of T we have a multitude of sports team that play home games that you can attend. Tickets range from $5-$10 and you can cheer on the Blues as well. Click here to get your tickets.
Photo cred – @varsityblues
3. Volunteer your time
The holidays are always filled with joy and cheer but at the same time we have to remember that there are those who are less fortunate than us. You can do your part by volunteering your time and giving back to the community in any way that you can. Whether it is holding the door open for someone, paying forward a coffee or volunteering your time at a local food bank. Click here to find out more about volunteer opportunities with the Daily Bread Food Bank.
4. Watch Christmas movies or binge watch a Netflix show
Possibly one of the best things about the holidays are the movies. Curling up in bed on a cold, winter evening with some snacks and movie are probably one of my favorite ways to pass time. Click here for a list of movie recommendations.
Photo creds – loubnameron.com
5. Go skating
The best way to kick off the winter season is by going on a skating trip. This is an activity where you can have fun regardless of your skating abilities. Outdoor rinks open on November 25th and skates are available for rental at every public rink.
Photo creds – @syd.hoff
6. Have a photoshoot
Step up your Instagram game by grabbing a friend and hitting up some Instagram-able locations around the city. Click here for a list of places to check out. I can almost guarantee that you’ll find something on this list to match your aesthetic.
7. Attend the Cavalcade of lights
This event is an annual Toronto tradition. If you’re new to Toronto, this is a great way to kick off the winter season. On November 25th, go down to Nathan Phillips square to witness the lighting of the Toronto’s official Christmas tree, fireworks, musical performances and more.
Photo creds – The Circus Orange Pyro Team
8. Spend an evening baking cookies
When it’s too cold to go outside, you can always pass your time baking. If you’re not an experienced baker, don’t worry, because you can find hundreds of recipes online. If your cookies don’t look like the beautiful Pinterest cookies, don’t sweat it because I’m sure they taste just the same.
Photo creds – Village Bakery
9. Make a holiday playlist
There’s tons of holiday music out there. You can make your own playlist on Spotify or find a pre-made playlist of music if you don’t want to do so yourself. There’s something about holiday music that just instantly puts you in a good mood.
10. Attend “Red Party”
WCSA’s ANNUAL RED PARTY IS BACK BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER!
Join us for an evening of music, food, drinks, and dancing to celebrate the end of a semester and the beginning of the holiday season. We will have a Photo Booth, raffles, cash bar, and more! Tickets and more info can be found here.
MONDAY: 11:30 - 4:00
TUESDAY: 12:00 - 5:00
WEDNESDAY: 10:00 - 2:00
THURSDAY: 10:30 - 2:00, 3:00 - 6:00
FRIDAY: 11:30 - 4:00
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