Holiday Fair in the Square, in support of Epilepsy Toronto, is back and bigger than ever running December 1 to 23, at Nathan Phillips Square.
Now in its third year, Holiday Fair includes an open-air artisan village, with over 50 talented vendors selling gifts and special treats for everyone you know.
Visitors this year will be in for a major surprise, as LEGO will have the largest mural made completely out of LEGO bricks in the western hemisphere on display at this year’s fair.
Standing over 40-feet tall and 12-feet wide, the “Canadian Mystery Mural” will be made with approximately 663,552 LEGO bricks.
Visitors can also check out the large-scale 10-foot 3D LEGO fireplace that will also be on display at Nathan Phillips Square.
The completed mural can be seen at the holiday fair from December 4 to 23.
Additionally, there will be fun for the whole family with the winter midway, live entertainment, weekend visits from Santa and it all happens right next to the Nathan Phillips Square skating rink.
When: December 1 to 23 (closed Mondays)
Time: Tuesday to Thursday, 4 pm to 9 pm; Friday to Sunday, 12 pm to 10 pm
Where: Nathan Phillips Square
Price: Free to attend
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