January has come to an end and we’re ready to jump into February. And trust us, there are still a ton of fun things to do in Toronto. Though it’s chilly and we rather stay right at home, the city never sleeps. And good thing we don’t either. Bundle up and explore this lively city.

From winter adventures to new job opportunities and skating activities – there are a number of things to do in the city that you must check out.

Here are 15 of the best things to do in Toronto this week!

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Jobs Canada Fair

On the job hunt? You’re in luck! There’s a large-scale job fair coming to Toronto this month and regardless of your education or skill level, you’re sure to find something up your alley.

From educators to health services, government jobs and so much more. The opportunities are almost endless.

When: January 30th, 2024 from 1 PM to 4 PM
Where: Grand Banking Hall Toronto – 1 King St West

Winterviews

Winterviews presented by RendezViews is a new outdoor experience that combines a cottage retreat experience and winter wonderland.

The outdoor space has been taken over by a massive synthetic skating rink, 10 private dining cabins, and a cozy communal lodge.

When: Wednesday to Saturday from 5 PM to late
Where: Rendezviews

 

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Winterlicious

One of Toronto’s most beloved food festivals is back! Winterlicious, running from January 26th – February 8th, is an annual event where participating restaurants set a three-course prix fixe menu. Over 200 restaurants are in for this year’s event and picking where to go can get overwhelming and expensive…so how does a $25 meal sound? 

When: Until February 8th, 2024
Where: Select restaurants across Toronto

The Book of Mormon 

Calling all theatre fans! If you’re looking to escape the cold and see a show then you’ll want to check out The Book of Mormon – coming to Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto. The best part? You can grab tickets for just $25!

When: Until February 11th, 2024
Where: Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St W
Cost: $25+

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: Until March 17th, 2024 from 6 PM to 9 PM
Where: 34 Hanover Rd, Toronto

Window Wonderland

Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood has transformed into a free outdoor art gallery with 20 augmented reality window installations and five murals.

The fourth annual Window Wonderland event runs until January 31st, 2024. This urban art walk features artwork designed by local and international artists.

Visitors can bring the artwork to life using an AR app, Artivive – a first of its kind for the city.

When: Until January 31, 2024
Where: Along Dundas St W – map
Cost: FREE

KUUMBA

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: February 1st – 29th, 2024
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W
Cost: Free & varies

Project X

This all-day event a Stackt Market is dedicated to showcasing Toronto’s young creative talent. From vendors to graphic designers to comedians and more.

When: February 1st, 2024 from 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Where: Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst St
Cost: Free

PWHL 3-on-3 Showcase

Catch the Canadian Tire Professional Women’s Hockey League 3-on-3 Showcase featuring all six PWHL teams competing in a 20-minute game.

It all takes place during NHL All-Star Thursday on February 1st at the Scotiabank Arena. Tickets for Thursday’s festivities can be purchased online.

When: February 1st, 2024
Where: Scotiabank Arena

Molson All-Star Fan Bar

Hit up The Bottom Line for the Molson All-Star Fan Bar. Enjoy good beer, good food, and hockey-inspired programming. There will be a live artist creating custom hockey-inspired pieces and even a hockey quiz hosted by The Hockey Guys.

As an added bonus, some NHL Alumni and players from the newly launched PWHL might even stop by. It’s free to attend and it’s 19+

When: February 2nd, starting at 5 PM and February 3rd, starting at 1 PM
Where: 22 Front Street W

Sports Illustrated All-Star Experience with Diplo presents Thomas Wesley 

Put on by Sports Illustrated, Hockey fans and partygoers are invited to a night of celebration at Liberty Grand to kick off hockey’s big weekend on Friday, February 2nd with an opening set from musician/DJ Frank Walker and a headline performance by Diplo presents Thomas Wesley.

When: February 2nd, 2024 at 9 PM
Where: Liberty Grand, 25 British Columbia Rd
Cost: $90+ per ticket

 

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2024 NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook

Get ready for the NHL All-Star Skills event with a newly revamped format. This year, it features 12 NHL All-Stars competing for points in eight events. And the player with the most points takes home a prize of $1 million dollars. Tickets can be purchased online.

When: February 2nd, 2024 at 7 PM
Where: Scotiabank Arena

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: February 1st to 29th, 2024
Where: 1150 Queen St West

Catch a show at the Ed Mirvish Theatre

Musicals have taken over Toronto’s theatre scene! From Broadway favourites to revivals of beloved classic shows, the 2023/24 Main Mirvish Theatre Subscription list is out, and it includes 42nd Street, Chicago, Book of Mormon, and more.

When: Throughout January 2024
Where: 244 Victoria St

Outdoor skating at City of Toronto rinks

Get ready to lace up your skates!

There are tons of City-run public rinks opening for the season in November. In past years, that has included Christie Pits, College Park, High Park, Kew Gardens, and Mel Lastman Square, Nathan Phillips Square.

So, grab your favourite people and glide the day away at the rink.

When: Until March 2024 (select rinks)
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