Family Day Activities in Southern Ontario

Family Day and Activities at Casa Loma, Toronto
Sunday, February 20 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. If you have older kids, they can become real life ghost-busters as they track ghosts through the 100-year-old building.
Monday, February 21 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Have a meet and greet with Dora the Explorer and then participate in a scavenger hunt through the 98 rooms at Casa Loma. On the same day, if the grand architecture of the building has inspired the little Lancelot on your kids, they can spend the day in knight training! This activity is for kids aged 5 to 10 and includes training, lessons in knightly manners, and a final knighting ceremony and more.

Family Day at the Royal Ontario Museum
Monday, February 21 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., ROM, Toronto
Your family can enjoy an African Adventure at the ROM complete with drumming workshops, musical performances and a scavenger hunt through the African Wilderness.

The Winter Apple Ball
Monday, February 21, The Westin Harbor Castle Hotel, Toronto
This ball celebrates the 200th birthday of the McIntosh apple and your family can join in! Wear you favorite jeans with a tiara or come in your best party get-up. Bobbing for apples, trivia competitions, dancing and a birthday cake are just some of the activities your family can sink their teeth into.

Wasaga Beach Snowmanmania
All Weekend, Various locations, Wasaga Beach
Two hours north of Toronto, Wasaga Beach isn’t just for the summertime. What started as a simple snowman-building competition has turned into a four day winter festival, spanning the entire Family Day weekend. A chili cook-off, pancake breakfast, ball hockey tournament, tobogganing and much more will give you that homegrown Canadian family feel.

Check out the activities going on in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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