A massive free party celebrating Toronto's 186th birthday is coming in March

Dec 18 2019, 12:54 pm

Toronto is turning 186-years-old next year, and even at that age, it still knows how to party.

Celebrate Toronto is returning to Nathan Phillips Square in 2020, with a free two-day event. Taking place on March 7 and 8, it’ll be a perfect way to say goodbye to the winter season while showing some serious love for the place we call home.

The event has put out a call for vendors and food trucks, but if last year’s celebration is any indication, it’ll be a tasty time for foodies and shoppers alike.

 

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Saturday, March 7, will include live music from local bands, and a chance to take a photo with the Celebrate Toronto’s official mascot “Remi the Raccoon.” A photo with the cuddly trash panda can also win you a trip to Montreal on Via Rail.

Sunday, March 8, will feature a slew of interactive activities honouring Toronto’s 186th anniversary.

There will also be skating (weather permitting) and equipment rentals on site.

Don’t miss the birthday for everyone’s favourite mutual friend, Toronto.

Toronto’s 186th Anniversary

When: March 7 and 8
Time: Noon to 8 pm
Where: 
Nathan Phillips Square
Price: Free to attend