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Things to do in Toronto in the fall

October 31, 2013 by admin in Homepage Slider, Household, Lifestyle

Things to do in Toronto in the Fall

There are only a few days left until temperatures drop below zero.  Prepare your mind and body for the long winter with these ideas of things to do in Toronto in the fall.

Visit a zoo

Now that kids are back to school, the crowds at the zoo are not as huge as they used to be in the summer.  Go see the pandas and other exotic animals before they are moved inside for the winter.

Cleanse your body

Cleansing doesn’t have to be extreme. With so many fruit and vegetables in season, increase your intake of fresh produce.  Eliminate sugar, go vegetarian for a day, or cut down on coffee intake!  You’ll feel so much better for the holiday season!

Go organic

Check out an organic section on your supermarket, or visit an organic spa.

Have a day at the spa

There is nothing better on a chilly fall day than a relaxing massage or a facial.


Single?  Sign up with a dating website, update your existing profile, go on dates and find someone special to spend the winter with!

Attend fundraisers

There are plenty of fundraisers, parties, and benefits happening at this time of the year.  It’s a great way to meet new people, or just to dress up and look pretty.

Update your wardrobe

If you buy the clothes now in the beginning of the season, you will get a lot of wear out of them.

Read: Cross-border shopping tips for Canadians

Do fall cleaning

Declutter for the winter, get rid of old clothes and other things you haven’t used for a while.  This is the last chance to wash the windows to get a clear view of the outside before it gets too cold.


Now that the days are getting shorter and cooler, is the time to hit the gym after work.

Go for a walk

Get some fresh air, look at the pretty fall colors!

Take a class

Check out the many choices offered by TDSB’s Community learning programs: art, dance, languages, cooking, wine tasting – whatever your heart desires!

Buy yourself a gift

A gift doesn’t have to be expensive, but it will lighten your day.  How about a charm bracelet?

Get a physical exam

Don’t forget to schedule an annual check-up with the doctor.

Get a flu shot

If you work in a large office, or take public transit to work, you will probably be exposed to a lot of sick people during this flu season.  The best way to protect yourself from getting sick with a flu is to get vaccinated.  Flu shots are available at your family doctor’s office and at most pharmacies, just remember to bring your OHIP card.

With so many things to do in the fall, enjoy the last days of good weather and get ready for the holiday season!