Easy Fun at the Fifth

SavvyMom March 31, 2016

Easy Fun at the Fifth

Despite our expertise in to-do list managment, we sometimes forget what should really be at the top of any list this time of year: making magical holiday memories with our kids.

So we’re heading off to Easy and the Fifth this weekend for a few hours of fabulous seasonal fun with the family. We’ll be checking the following prerequisites off our ‘things we want to do with the kids this month’ list: gingerbread house decorating, a holiday dance party and a visit with Santa—check! Awesome gift bag for us—triple check!

Families can sign up for one of three sessions this Sunday, with proceeds going to the Breakfast Clubs of Canada. You’ll arrive to find one of Toronto’s top romantic restaurants transformed into a happy holiday centre full of crafts, sweets and fun for all. Each session runs for an hour and a half and starts with kids decorating gingerbread houses, after which they’ll likely head right to the milk and cookie bar. Up next is a photo op with Santa, then dancing to Sonshine and Broccoli—sure to get the kids moving and grooving. While the kids are having a blast, you’ll have a chance to meander over to the Pop Up Shop on site, to finish any remaining (ha!) holiday shopping.

Adding this to your list of things to do this weekend? Note that spots are limited and the event runs this Sunday only. 

For more holiday ideas, check out all of our 101 Ways to Be a Holiday Hero.

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