Stocked with Swedish folkart, design, and traditional Christmas decorations, this holiday shopping destination also boasts a lakeside terrace and food market serving up Swedish coffee, saffron and cinnamon buns, gingerbread and more.
In addition to shopping and eating, attendees can look forward to live Swedish Christmas music, Swedish arts and crafts for kids, a Sami arts and culture exhibition, and performances by folk dancers, singers, and a a Lucia Pageant featuring carolers, dressed in white, singing traditional Swedish Christmas carols by candlelight.
Swedish Christmas Fair
When: November 25 and 26
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto
Price: Admission is free.
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