13/12/2017 - Michelle Atkinson
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Things to do this Easter Weekend!
One of the biggest holidays on the Christian calendar is finally upon us. Easter is just a few days away and while many of us will be busy hosting feasts, baking treats, and having a fun time with family, there are also plenty of activities happening in and around the city. So this weekend, don’t put all your eggs in one basket! Head out and pick what you’ll partake in.
Book in Easter Brunch at Casa Loma: If you’e looking to combine fun, with good food and history, then look no further than Toronto’s Casa Loma. The city’s iconic castle will be hosting brunch on Sunday, March 27 with tickets at $60 per person and $45 for children. For full details, click here.
Hunt for Eggs in High Park: With the weather promising to be more sunny and less icy than today’s, take things outside and hunt for eggs in High Park on Sunday. Click here for all you need to know.
Pick the Parade: Following an annual tradition, Toronto’s Beaches neighborhood will be hosting its 50th parade. It is set to start at 2 PM on Sunday, March 27 and generally lasts for 2 hours. It will feature floats, music, treats, and of course, an appearance by the Easter Bunny. Click here for details.
These activities are sure to make an “egg”celent Easter weekend, so take your pick! What are some of your favourite holiday traditions? Tweet us at @bellissimolaw.