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With the arrival of the Santa Claus Parade and our winter baskets, it's pretty clear that the holiday season has taken over in Old Town Toronto. To celebrate we will having our Cavalcade of Lights on Saturday, December 5th from 6:30 pm to 7:30pm.
Join us in St. James Park to admire the holiday lights in the park, listen to carols from the St. James Cathedral carol singers, and enjoy free hot chocolate and hot apple cider.
After the Cavalcade of Lights we encourage you to drop by the St. James Cathedral to hear the Choir of St. James Cathedral & The Talisker Players at 7:30pm for a night of music in honour of the feast of St. Nicholas with Haydn's "Nicolaimesse" and Britten's "St. Nicolas". For more information go here.
We also have our Victorian carolers who will be visting the neighbourhood throughout the month of December on Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons. For a full schedule of where our Victorian will be at specific times go here.
Check out all of our events in our calendar here.
Extending from the East side of Yonge Street to the Don River, and from the North side of Lakeshore Road up to the South side of Queen Street, Old Town Toronto encompasses six distinct neighbourhoods: St. Lawrence Market, Town of York, King Street East, Queen Street East and the Distillery District.
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This web site is brought to you by the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA (SLMNBIA), a not for profit organization that works collaboratively with area residents, businesses, and cultural and academic institutions to ensure the continued growth and success of Old Town Toronto.