Toronto can’t get enough holiday markets! Good thing the Swedish Christmas Fair is back to transform Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre into an epic holiday extravaganza this November.
Warm up to the sounds of children singing carols at the Lucia Pageant, grab some Fika, discover the story behind IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad and participate in folk dancing, craft making and more. It’s the perfect place to sample delicious Scandinavian food and have a drink of glögg. And you can check off your gift list with imported handmade crafts, unique Christmas décor, textiles and tasty Swedish delicacies.
When: November 24 and 25
Where: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto
Price: Admission is free.
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