There aren’t many organized events on the calendar for this weekend with many places are taking a breather after the holidays. But there’s still lots of activities for families and kids north of Toronto.
It’s a warmer week and the snow is sliding off the roof as I type, however, our fabulous ski hill operators still have plenty of snow for skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. Ski Fun Week continues at Horseshoe Resort offering great deals on day passes, which might come in handy with kids home tomorrow thanks to a teacher strike.
Check out the following ski operators for day time, evening or late night fun. If your kids are old enough, night skiing is a great experience. Skiing under the glowing moon and twinkling stars is a great backdrop to some good fun and exercise.
This weekend, traditional winter carnivals and festivals start in small towns and cities all over Ontario. Kids and families can take part in tobaggan races, skating, hockey tournaments, ice sculptures and more. These activities are definitely the stuff childhood winter memories are made of.
Annual Winterfest: Winter and snow fun for the whole family.
Farmers’ Market: Midland’s Indoor Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market is held every Saturday from November 3, 2012 to March 30, 2013 at the North Simcoe Sports & Recreation Centre.
Family friendly accommodations are also offering some fantastically fun getaway packages combined with many unique experiences such as horseback riding, dog sledding and winter bonfires.
Check out our featured 15 family winter getaways.
Have a fun and safe weekend!