10 Things to See and Do this February

While there are definitely some delightful sights and sounds to be found close by, this month’s list of fun winter activities includes some options outside the GTA as well.

Dress warm, and stay safe!

Skiing at Horseshoe Resort

All winter, weather depending

Are you a budding ski enthusiast looking for a bit more of a challenge? Horseshoe Resort has a ski school, lodging, dining choices, and more for the intermediate skier!

Taste of Oakville 2024

February 15 to March 10 – Click here for ticket info

This beloved food festival features over thirty restaurants, with special prix fixe menus priced $20-$35 for lunch, and $30-$65 for dinner. This year, enjoy live music at select venues on Tuesdays, thanks to a partnership with Visit Oakville. Get ready for a delicious culinary experience!

College Park “Skates & Sounds”

Friday nights throughout February, 5–8 pm, Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail

Looking for a fun night out skating? Don’t miss Skates & Sounds at College Park for DJ nights, free skate rentals, and winter fun for the whole family every Friday in February.

Ignite the Night

February 17, 5:3-9 pm – Click here for details

Experience the magic of winter with a two-kilometre illuminated trail at Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Walk, snowshoe, or kicksled with rentals available, or bring your own. Top it all off with hot drinks and snacks from the Park Store.

Charcuterie Workshop

February 15, 7–9 pm, stackt market

Just because it’s the day after Valentine’s doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a great couples’ night out! Learn how to create the perfect charcuterie board with tasty meats and cheeses, and come away with your own Ontario black walnut charcuterie board.

Family Day at the Hockey Hall of Fame

February 19, 10 am – 5 pm, 30 Yonge St.

The Hockey Hall of Fame is offering free admission (plus a free gift) to kids 13 and younger on Family Day, so there’s no better time to check out all the fun hockey activities on offer.

Exploring Mount Nemo

All winter long!

Explore breathtaking cliff-top views while hiking Mount Nemo. You might need snowshoes, but losing yourself in a nature lover’s paradise is absolutely worth it.

Take an Oakville “Book Walk”

All winter, starting at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park, 2340 Ontario Street

The Oakville Public Library has created a unique way to explore the outdoors this winter: a self-guided book walk! Enjoy the trail, and scan QR codes for reading recommendations while enjoying a story as you walk.

Skiing at Mount St. Louis

All winter, weather depending

Near the historic city of Barrie, Mount St. Louis features 36 trails, from beginner-friendly to black diamond thrills for seasoned ski veterans, with some of Ontario’s best skiing conditions.

Sledding at Cedarvale Park

All winter long!

Nothing says winter like going sledding, sliding, tobogganing — whatever you call it, it’s a fun outdoor activity for the whole family (and good exercise, too!) Cedarvale Park is perfect for a day of speeding downhill; maybe grab a hot chocolate afterwards!

Keep Warm, Stay in Touch!

The Vetere Team hopes you’re able to enjoy the magic of winter. Keep us in mind as we have the expertise you need to navigate the real estate market in and around the GTA. Contact us any time!