|photo via toronto4kids.com|
The title of these posts is a bit grandiose, but Christmas has changed in my house. My companions for the holidays are three adult males - my son, my husband and my brother. I love them to bits but Christmas is sinking into a blur of late mornings, too much beer and the Godfather trilogy. They don't even eat my baking! So for the next month I'm going to post about what I think captures the true essence of the season. So wonder as I wander. Follow me.
Something I've been meaning to do is to visit The Distillery District's Christmas Market. It happens at Toronto's fantastic (yet still kind of hard to walk to) historic Distillery District.
It runs November 30th to December 16 and thanks to Lowe's it's free. When my son was small there was a German-style Christmas market at city hall. It didn't last but this market at the Distillery is inspired by the European markets of old. There will be unique and local handcrafted items for sale. And Santa and his elves will be roaming among the musicians, carolers, carousels and choirs. I hear there will be wine. Thank you.
|photo: The McLellan Group|
|photo: the Toronto Sun|
For more information visit torontochristmasmarket.com