We are trying to embrace winter in the best way possible.  Aside from eating our way through the season’s best comfort foods  and catching up on the latest Netflix shows (maybe chillin’ too), we have the TORONTO LIGHT FEST to put on our season’s best things to do list. From January 19 to March 4, 2018, we’re grabbing our warmest coats and heading to the Distillery District for this spectacular outdoor art exhibition.

Scattered around this historical area are many light installations created by Canadian and international artists. The lights will turn on as  soon as the sun goes down and, for a few hours, the public can explore and enjoy the creative glow against the dark skies. The festival is meant to inspire us all to get outside and be entertained. It’s magical!

You can find more information here: www.torontolightfest.com

Here is a sneak peek of just a few of the installations from our tour the night before it officially opened:

Talking Heads by Budapest-based designer Viktor Vicsek

Fire Breathing Dragon by Heavy Meta (Toronto).

Guardians of Time by Manfred Kielnhofer (Austria)

Gummy Bear Pyramid by Dicapria (California)

Symbolic Peace by Matthew Rosenblatt (Toronto)

HYBYCOZO a collaborative installation arts collective by Serge Beaulieu and Yelena Filipchuk

And we spotted a few of these by the organizers! Too funny…