It’s the second last week of March, already (I know) and we’ve been enjoying every second of it. Though the weather has been back and forth, we don’t let it stop us from the enjoying the outdoors. There are a ton of fun things to do in Toronto, especially 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.

Let’s dive right in! Here are the 10 of the best things to do in Toronto for the week of March 18th to 22nd.

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Free workshops for the eclipse at Toronto Public Libraries

The Toronto Public Library is hosting a number of free workshops across the area in anticipation of the total solar eclipse.

From pinhole viewers to educational lessons, there tons of workshops available now through April, leading up to the big day on April 8th.

“Astronomers from the University of Toronto will help participants make their own pinhole solar viewers, look at the surface of the sun through telescopes equipped with solar filters, and learn about the geometry of the eclipse by creating their own scale model of the Earth-Moon-Sun system,” shares TPL.

When: Dates dependant on location
Where: See schedule

Simpsons Trivia at Peaches Sports Bar

Head to Peaches Sports bar on March 18th for a fun round of Simpsons trivia. get your Springfield knowledge in order and gather some friends for a thrilling evening of trivia. Tickets are $7 and if you want to secure a spot, come early.

Those with the most answers could win a $100 Peaches Gift Card.

When: March 18th, 2024 from 8 PM to 11 PM
Where: Peaches Sports Bar – 1554 Queen Street West
Cost: $7 a ticket

Equinox Mind-Body Revival

Certified meditation teacher Julia Tao and movement+yoga instructor Brendan Bornstein will lead a an evening of guided meditation + yoga + breathwork at Stackt Market during the Spring Equinox festival. Tickets can be purchased here.

This event is bring your own mat and space is limited so book fast!

When: March 19th, 2024 from 7 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: stackt market – 28 Bathurst St

All are welcome to “experience the change of the season” at the Spring Equinox festival inside the stackt market. Enjoy six days of food and drinks specials, community events, family programs, exclusive pop-ups and vendor markets and more.

When: March 19th to 24th, 2024
Where: stackt market – 28 Bathurst St


There’s a month-long interactive light festival with large interactive displays in downtown Toronto this March. Here’s what to know about Illuminite.

Now until March 31st, feast your eyes on free and eye-catching light displays around the Downtown Yonge neighbourhood.

There are six installations to enjoy that range from large interactive works to small window creations.

When: Until March 31st, 2024
Where: Across Toronto

Toronto Career Fair

The opportunities keep coming!

Put on by Jobs Canada Centre at the Westin Harbour Castle, this career event is for everyone! According to their page, “It doesn’t matter what industry or background you have; whether you’ve recently graduated, are a skilled professional, or are looking for a fresh start.”

Head over and attend this event for free, just make sure to register beforehand!

When: March 20th, 2024 at 1 PM
Where: 1 Habour Square

Lumière: The Art of Light

Lumière: The Art of Light will temporarily transform Trillium Park at Ontario Place into a free light exhibition allowing visitors to explore the park and experience light installations developed by local artists. Lumière begins March 12th and will run until April 20th.

When: Until April 20th, 2024
Where: Trillium Park at Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
Cost: Free

ROM’s Third Tuesday

ROM’s much-loved Third Tuesday Nights Free is back! The Museum will be free—for everyone—on the third Tuesday Night of each month starting at 4:30 pm. Your entry includes free access to all galleries, plus special exhibition: Death: Life’s Greatest Mystery and Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

When: Tuesday, March 19th, 2024
Where:  ROM, 100 Queen’s Park
Cost: Free

Check out a self serving ramen bar

What if we told you that you there’s a spot in Toronto that lets you make your own ramen with delicious toppings for less than $10? A noodle lovers paradise! The fun new concept, The Self Ramen Bar opened up back in November 2023 and has since become a hit in the area, allowing guests to come up with their own ramen creations.

When: Open Monday to Saturday from 11 AM to 10 PM
Where: 233 College St

Visit MUJI – Jarvis, The Robot Barista

Calling all coffee aficionados and tech enthusiasts, there’s a new barista in Toronto, and it’s not your typical human behind the counter. Japanese retailer MUJI has introduced a new robot barista in Toronto and it’s ready to serve fresh brews.

If you find yourself in need of a caffeine fix, Jarvis has got you covered.

Whether it be cold brews or a hot pot of coffee, lattes, or even a refresher, this state-of-the-art robotic support can do it all.

When: Monday to Saturday from 10 AM to 7 PM, Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM
Where: MUJI Atrium – 20 Dundas St West
Cost: Pricing varies