Cheap Activities to do in the City this Winter

Fun & Cheap Things to do in the City this Winter:

Looking for something to do in the City without the price tag? Toronto always has a lot going on, but finding something fun to do doesn’t have to cost you. This list provides you with five great ideas to do around the City this winter.

  1. Absolute Comedy
    Need a good laugh? Check out Absolute Comedy at Yonge & Eglington on Wednesday nights for only $6! Starting at 8:30 going till 10 p. m., it is Pro-Am night featuring local talent and a guaranteed laugh. You can also get dinner and the show for only $20.
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  2. Ice Skating
    Time to lace up! But don’t know where to find a rink? Don’t worry, the City of Toronto provides you with a map of all the rinks throughout the city for your convenience. 12-32-30 PM
  1. Toronto Public Library
    Who knew that the library had more than books? I recently got a library card being new to the city and officially not registered as a student anymore and I had no idea all of the FREE things that come with it. There are numerous classes, seminars and workshops throughout the City for both adults and children and each location has special ticket offers. I visit the Yorkville location where they offered me tickets to the ROM… for free!6a00e5509ea6a1883401910419216a970c
  2. Winterlicious 2015
    It is the best excuse to eat out in the City, besides Summerlicious of course. Over 200 restaurants set a price fixed menu for lunch and dinner and all you have to do is eat a delicious gourmet meal at a discounted rate! Being hosted from January 30th-Feburary 12th, there are numerous options for any pallet and gives you the opportunity to try a few places you normally would never visit.n6fPXDKo
  3. York University Observatory
    York University is a little town with a lot to do on its own, from NHL training facilities to the York observatory. Every Wednesday night it opens up to the public for free with donations accepted for a special viewing from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. York U invites the public to take a look through the giant telescope and learn more about astronomy.observe-1-copy


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