From our spas to our holiday markets, we Canadians love to take inspiration from our Scandinavian friends when it comes to enjoying life. And this weekend, you can completely immerse yourself in the culture at the Swedish Christmas Fair in Toronto.
Hosted by the Swedish Women’s Educational Association (SWEA) Toronto, this annual fair attracts thousands of people each year, “who come to experience Swedish Christmas food, design, folk art, crafts, and traditions,” the description says.
You’ll get to indulge in delicious Swedish food at the café, snack on “the world’s best candy and chocolate”, and sip on traditional beverages at the Glögg (Swedish mulled wine) stand.
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As for entertainment, the Lucia procession, folk dancers, and singers will put on live performances during the event. Plus, you’ll get to participate in the traditional Swedish dance around the Christmas tree to celebrate the holiday.
Other attractions include the Children’s Loft with Christmas crafts, the Book Corner, and the annual Swedish exhibit.
There will be a vast selection of Swedish-designed products and folk art for sale, as well as tasty goodies of all kinds for you to take home.
You can also shop for products online and pick them up in person at the event during select hours of the festival.
The best part is that admission to this event is FREE! Just show up and get ready to have a good time.
Swedish Christmas Fair
When: November 19th and 20th, 2022
Where: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East
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