The holiday season is upon us, and the festivities are soon to start. Luckily for us, they’re starting early in Toronto with a two-day Filipino food and goods festival this November.

On November 3rd and 4th, OnePinoy is welcoming all to the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto in the city’s east end for its Filipino Christmas festival.

Get ready to enjoy all the fun and excitement of the holidays with some eats, entertainment, and a little shopping.

You can expect over 40 food and goods vendors that sell unique, delicious, and nostalgic items from the Philippines.

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Indulge in classic Filipino Christmas delicacies like Puto-Bumbong, Sikwate, Hamon, Queso de Bola, Lechon, and Ensaymada.

Santa will also be in attendance for all to snag a picture or two, for free.

And to keep you entertained, there will be live performances on both days, all day long.

You’ll also have the chance to take part in giveaways and a singing competition for cash prizes.

And this is just the start of the holiday season! There’s so much to see and do not just in Toronto, but in Ontario too.

There are several local towns that are hosting their own winter festivalsChristmas marketplaces, and holiday streetcar experiences worth exploring.

Make the most of the holiday season!

Kumukuti-kutitap: Christmas Food & Goods Festival

When: November 3rd and 4th, 2023
Where: Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto – 5183 Sheppard Ave East Scarborough, ON