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Come check out one of the many free seminars at the main stage to find inspiration for unique gifts, entertaining ideas, festive decor and holiday treats!



The Makeful Market puts a spotlight on local makers featuring Canadian handmade, one of a kind products. Pick up the perfect gift for that hard to shop for person on your list.

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What would Christmas be without baking? Redpath Sugar will be demonstrating recipes from its 12 Days of Sweets holiday video. Stop by the Redpath Sugar booth any time throughout the weekend to catch one of these delicious demos. From sugary tipped treats to simple baked classics with a twist, you’ll get your friends talking at your next cookie exchange.

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Kate Seaver, celebrity florist, TV personality and owner of Kate’s Gardens is hosting free workshops three times a day, to show you how to achieve the picture perfect décor you see in magazines. Incorporating items found on the show floor, Kate’s free workshops include: Tree Decorating 101; Mantles, Bannisters & Bows and Tree Stands and Skirts! Check out the schedule of events for timing information.




Take a break from shopping, relax and sample some lovely holiday drinks from selected spirit and beer vendors. Cocktail aficionado and Toronto food and drink industry celebrity, Scott Rondeau of Drink Inc. is on hand at the new Polar Bar to offer up different cocktail and mocktail ideas for entertaining during the festive season. Located by the Makeful Market, the Polar Bar is the perfect place to get some inspiration for your next holiday mixer.

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Also new this year, members of the Ontario Wood Association will be showcasing their handcrafted wood products. From serving bowls and jewellery to cutting boards and live-edge coffee tables,you’ll find some truly unique wooden gifts here. The area will also feature a large map with more than 40 Christmas tree farms that are sustainable Ontario Wood partners.



Every year, a new front feature is designed to capture the spirit of the holiday season. For 2016, enjoy live musical performances by local musicians all weekend long. Notable groups this year include: Melodious Vibes, Stacey Renee, and select musicians from the University of Toronto music program. Also in this area, we asked our exhibitors to help us to decorate some Christmas trees with items you can find at the show. So take a look around and if you see something you like, you can find the booth number at the bottom of the tree.

Toy Mountain

The Seasons Christmas Show is a proud supporter of The Salvation Army’s Toy Mountain. Attendees can help us to provide toys to less fortunate children by purchasing a gift on the show floor to donate, and dropping it off at the Rocking around the Christmas tree front feature area of the show. Our goal is to fill up two large bins with toys to donate to this important charity initiative.

Parcel Check

We offer free parcel check for our attendees! If you are tired of carrying around your shopping bags, just stop by the Parcel Check area and meet one of the friendly volunteers from the charity, Breakfast with Santa who will help to stow your purchases away safely until you are ready to leave.

Friday, November 17th        10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday, November 18th   10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, November 19th   10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Admission     Door 
Adults       $15
Seniors (65+) & Youth (13-17)   $12
Child (12 & Under) Free
Groups (6 or more - online only)   $10

ATMS available at the show.

Friday Night 2 for 1 admission after 5 pm (at the door only)