5 Toronto Comedy Clubs – A Night of Laughs

Toronto Comedy Clubs

Have you ever been to a comedy club? I have been to a few over the years. There were also the late night TV programs, like An Evening at the Improv, Celebrity roasts and Comedy at Club 54. Over the years I have seen some pretty funny people, like Mike McDonald and Russell Peters way back in their earlier years. Below is a list of 5 Toronto Comedy Clubs that you can visit for a night of laughs. Some of the clubs provide a menu to buy food, however, selections are limited. I … Continue reading

Date Night Ideas in Toronto – Daytime or Nighttime

Date night ideas in Toronto

Where do you go and what do you do when you find yourself without your children for the day or night? For my husband and myself, we don’t usually have date nights, it is usually family time. There are many places you can visit for dates. We needed to figure out what exactly we wanted to put on our list so we would be prepared at any time. Below is a list of Date Night ideas in Toronto. Occasionally our daughter is out for the day or overnight for a sleepover, … Continue reading

5 Free Toronto Events to Attend in February 2019

Free Toronto Events

Do you get the winter Blahs? Tired of hibernating from the cold that has suddenly appeared. Why not head out and attend one of these 5 free Toronto Events in February. I know it’s only January, however many can be visited this month and some extend into March. Just check the websites of the event for further details. Date Night, Valentines Day or Family Day fun, there is something for everyone to enjoy. 5 Free Toronto Events Winter Lights Exhibition – Ontario Place, West Island Public Skating – Evergreen Brick Works until … Continue reading

Fall Events in the GTA – In and Beyond the City 2018

Fall Events

Fall is almost upon us and it is the time to get outside and enjoy the cooler air and the trees changing colours. Before heading out take a look at what kind of fun family Fall events or attractions you can visit to make the day out even better. During the Fall season, there are many things that you can do with family. There are fairs, pumpkin fests and more. See below for a list of ideas for September, October and November. I spent some time looking online for events … Continue reading

Junction Local – Restaurant Review

Junction Local

Junction Local On April 18, I had the opportunity to visit the new restaurant Junction Local, in the High Park area, known as The Junction. On April 20th, their doors opened up to the public. It is a local eatery catering to those with cravings for Southern Comfort foods. Menu Items The menu features a variety of scrumptious southern comfort foods with a touch of Creole and smoke created by Chef Chris Cantrell, who has previously worked in a local restaurant on Bloor St West. It took me some time to … Continue reading

Redpath Waterfront Festival – June 2015

Redpath Waterfront Festival

Each year along the Harbourfront of Lake Ontario in Toronto, the Redpath Waterfront Festival happens. On Saturday we hopped on the subway and headed down to Union Station to catch the streetcar that would take us to Queens Quay to start our adventures at the festival. Redpath Waterfront Festival We began our adventure by the Queens Quay Terminal, which was basically in the middle of the festival and walked towards the Redpath Sugar Refinery. On our first stop, we were able to try some sugar cookies. Hubby did the 1 … Continue reading