Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the New, the annual Toronto Christmas Market captures all of the tradition and charm of a European Christmas market, while showcasing unique and local handcrafted products and traditions.
To help kickstart the month of cheer, we took a trip to the Toronto Christmas Market with family and friends. We drank mulled wine, hot toddies and local beer, as we stood around the bonfires and shared laughs. A great way to get in the holiday spirit.
And now, for some festive photos...
This free event has even been voted one of the top 10 Christmas markets in the world. It runs until December 21. Hours and activities vary daily, so be sure to check the website.
By the way, if the buildings in some of these photos look familiar, its because the Distillery District was once used as the set of Callahan Auto Parts in the movie Tommy Boy. My brother made sure I knew that.