Though Family Day is over, there are still a ton of fun things to do in Toronto this month and we’re kicking off with a bunch this week. It’s time to explore this lively city.

From local vendors’ markets to skating activities and local events – there are a number of things to do in the city that you must check out.

Here are 10 of the best things to do in Toronto this week!

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Winter Stations 2024

Toronto’s Winter Stations returns this February with new and exciting installations. The international design and art competition will bring several structures to life.

Since starting back in 2014, Winter Stations has reimagined lifeguard stations in Toronto’s beaches with art and designs on an international scale.

This year, the single-stage international design competition will have seven installations across Kew and Woodbine beaches.

When: Starting February 19th, 2024
 Kew and Woodbine Beach

All You Can Eat Spaghetti

Whether you’d like to dine alone or grab a couple of your friends, the special is priced at $22.95 per person for traditional sugo spaghetti and $17.95 per person for vegetarian-style.

And that’s not all! It’s also paired with salad. Now that’s what we call a healthy balance.

When: Every Tuesday this February 2024
Where: Bar Mordecai – 1272 Dundas St W

Sponsored Pick: Bro’s To Go

Is there anything better than brunch on a lazy Sunday morning? From the minds behind The Bro’kin Yolk comes Bros to Go, a Filipino inspired breakfast shop that specializes in quick service and it’s about to become your new weekend favourite. You can find them inside KitchenHub Castlefield where you’ll discover a mouth-watering menu of bowls, handhelds, and caffeinated delights to send you straight to brunch nirvana. Check them out this weekend – and come hungry!

When: Now open
Where: 1121 Castlefield Ave, York, ON

Good Earth Coffeehouse Grand Opening Celebration

Get some free coffee at this new coffee house opening.

The new Good Earth Coffeehouse location is now open at 686 Bay Street with the grand opening event taking place on Thursday, February 22nd.

The official ribbon-cutting ceremony kicks off at 1:00 PM, followed by live music, food tastings and free fresh brewed coffee being served all day. 

When: Thursday, February 22nd at 1:00 PM
Where: Good Earth Coffeehouse, 686 Bay St
Cost: Free

Skates & Sounds at College Park

Downtown Yonge BIA is hosting a free weekly skate party at College Park throughout the month of February called Skates and Sounds. It looks like your Friday nights are about to get icy.

Every Friday night, Toronto’s Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail at College Park will come alive with incredible DJs, fire pits, and fun entertainment for the whole family for four nights this February.

When: February 23rd 2024, 5 PM to 8 PM
Where: Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail, 420 Yonge Street

Witches Night In Vendor Market

Enjoy an evening of healing arts, crystals, and tarot card readers at the Witches Night In vendors market. On February 23rd, shop and support local vendors that offer a number of products including self-care products, candles, food, and more. There will be a DJ, a hands-free candy table, and face painting too!

When: February 23rd, 2024 from 5 PM to 10 PM
Where: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 101 – 3850 Lake Shore Boulevard West

The Retro Arcade

The Retro Arcade kicks off February 16th and runs until March 17th inside Hotel X Toronto’s Kandy Gallery. Expect classic and beloved video games like Dance Dance Revolution, Skee-ball, Mario Kart Arcade GP, Street Fighter, NFL Blitz, Big Buck Hunter HD, and more.

There will also be air hockey, foosball, and multiple pinball games to enjoy.

When: Until March 17th – Mondays through Thursdays from 9 AM to 10 PM and Fridays to Sundays from 9 AM to 11 PM
Where: Hotel X Toronto’s Kandy Gallery – 111 Princes’ Blvd


KUUMBA is Toronto’s largest and longest-running Black Futures Month festival, embracing the rich tapestry of culture, diversity, and creativity through a month-long celebration of Black cultural programming. There are many events, workshops, and performances to choose from – take a look at the exciting lineup here.

When: Until February 29th, 2024
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W
Cost: Free & varies

The Drake turns 20

Celebrating 20 years, The Drake welcomes all to enjoy pop-up dinners with past and present chefs, curated menus, panels, and parties, the return of Barn Burner, and $200 throwback room prices at The Drake Hotel, this February.

When: Until February 29th, 2024
Where: 1150 Queen St West

Hangar Skate

DJ Skate Nights are back at Toronto’s Downsview Airport as part of the ‘Hangar Skate’ series. Expect some of the best tunes, delicious eats, and free skating, every Friday night.

Local community radio station VIBE 105 will be spinning the tunes all night long as you skate or learn to skate courtesy of Peak Performance.

When: Every Friday until March 17th, 2024 from 6 PM to 9 PM
Where: 34 Hanover Rd, Toronto