It may be cold outside, but your feelings will heat up the more you spend time together (cheesy but true, unless you end up hating each other more, but let’s cross that bridge when it comes…). Enjoy all that Toronto has to offer this winter with these fun, unique date ideas:
Are you in need of some new cool patches for your backpack, handbag, jacket, hat, and just about every other piece of clothing you can stick it on? Check out the Vintage Patch Pop-Up, happening this weekend only on Queen Street West. Wear your personality with a choice of over 1,000 unique and original patches.
The Pop-Up is open on Friday Jan. 4th from 3-8pm, Saturday the 5th from 9am-7pm, and Sunday the 6th from 9am-6pm, at 438 Queen Street West.
You can’t go all winter WITHOUT taking a trip to Natrel Rink at the Harbourfront Centre to have a romantic ice-skating adventure with your boo! Cherry Bomb is the hottest monthly party for queer women and friends where you can dance all night to house, hip-hop and funk music by Cozmic Cat and Denise Benson.
Cherry Bomb runs from 8-11pm, but you can get in a romantic skate and hot chocolate beforehand.
Get your tipsy Zen on with 60 minutes of Vinyasa Flow Yoga, pint of beer, and brunch with your boo. Start your Sunday off with a relaxing hour of meditation and exercise before things get wild with a beer tasting led by owner and Prud’homme Master Sommelier Doug Appeldoorn. Finish your morning off with a tasty breakfast sandwich (for $5 each or less!).
Tickets cost $25 per person, and you can buy them on the event’s Facebook page. Yoga starts at 10:30am at People’s Pint Brewing Company (90 Cawthra Ave, Unit 101) this Sunday, Jan. 6th. Don’t forget to BYOMat! Ages 19+ only.