The GTA Home & Reno Show is returning February 17-20th and has activities for GTAers of all ages.
Family Day Fun at the GTA Home & Reno Show
It’s never too early to get the kids involved; home design and fun-filled activities for all ages this Family Day
Grab the kids and head to The GTA Home & Reno Show for a Family Day event that’s fun for all ages. This year’s show is ‘fam’ packed with activities and learning opportunities for the young and young at heart!
Family Day Highlights:
- Time for the little ones to discover the wonders that await in their backyards! Join Master Gardeners as they teach your budding green thumb to plant, see a bean sprout and learn what birds and insects they can find in their garden.
- Kids can ‘putt’ their golfing skills to the test at the Backyard Greens Golf.
- Free daycare available on Family Day Monday, February 20th. Drop the little ones with us while you check out some of Canada’s best contractors, suppliers and design experts.
- Discover how Curb Appeal Active Kids Play Space can create magical spaces for your unique outdoor lifestyle.
Friday, February 17: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday, February 18: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday, February 19: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Monday, February 20 (Family Day): 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Venue Name: The International Centre
Venue Address: 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga, ON
Seniors (65+) $13.00
Youth 13 – 17 $13.00
Children 12 and under FREE
We attended the show last year and it was a blast!
Kite-making, skipping ropes and short films, oh my!
Kids take over the AGO for Family Day
WHAT: On Monday, Feb. 20, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) once again transforms into the Kids’ Gallery of Ontario (KGO), with a jam-packed line up of artful activities inspired by the ongoing exhibition Francis Alÿs: A Story of Negotiation. Programming highlights include kite-making and bubble wrap-bursting, Gallery tours, family yoga, exciting interactive performances by the SOAR children’s skipping team and a screening of Small Cave, Big Cave, a new short film written by two Toronto seven-year-olds.
For more programming details and information on how to book discounted family passes, visit http://www.ago.net/family.
WHEN: Feb. 20, 2017
Activities take place from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.; please visit ago.net/family for a complete schedule of activities and times.
WHERE: Art Gallery of Ontario. 317 Dundas St. W. Toronto, ON
TICKETS: Admission is free for AGO members and children five and under. A special discounted family pass is available for advance purchase at www.ago.net/family for only $39. A family pass admits two adults and up to five youths (ages six to 17). Individual tickets are $11 for youth ages 17 and under, $16 for seniors and $19.50 for adults and can be purchased at ago.net, in person and over the phone at 416-979-6648.
Happy New Year, for all of us here at The Urban Daddy! Okay, so that’s just me, but it sounds better when it’s coming for a bunch of people, right?
You might have noticed a few changes around here if you arrive at the blog via the URL http://www.urbandaddy.wordpress.com. The theme and cover photo have been changed again and I’m taking this blog back to basics which means more content and less focus on what the heck I’m saying and how it’s being written.
I miss the old days when I would throw up a post and the only reader and only comment would be from my sister who would edit it for me in her comment. LOL.
You might also have noticed that little “R” inside a circle after “The Urban Daddy” and that is because I have registered the trademark “The Urban Daddy”. After 1200 posts covering over 12-years, it was only a matter of time, right?
Another new change is the URL. You can access this blog via http://www.theurbandaddy.ca as well, as I finally had enough time to activate that URL which I’ve owned for the past 5-years.
I hope everyone has a healthy, wealthy and peaceful 2017, and I’d like to end this post with a tidbit of wisdom from my now 7-year-old daughter, who blurted this out on New Years’ Day for some unknown reason;
“In order to have money and not be poor when you are older, you need to earn and save money now when you are young!”
A fiscal conservative at the core!