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The Toronto Port Authority is excited to present this year’s Winterfest on Toronto’s waterfront, an annual holiday celebration organized by the Waterfront BIA. This past Saturday, December 13th, kicked off the first of two weekends filled with holiday cheer and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
 
Visitors can catch a cruise with Santa aboard Mariposa Cruises' Northern Sprit; say hello and sing along with Elsa, Anna and Kristoff at a special “Frozen Ice Queen & Ice Princess Show"; flex their artistic muscles with eco-friendly crafts; or indulge their inner animal enthusiast by taking in a dog show or meeting a real-life dog sledding team. Even the furriest of family members can get in on the action with pet photos with Santa at Purina PawsWay.
 
The next Winterfest weekend events begin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 20, and takes place at various times at locations along Toronto’s waterfront. Click here for the full event schedule.

For those travelling by TTC, hop aboard the 509 or the 510 streetcars for direct access to Toronto’s waterfront; it’s just a short walk south from Union Station.
 
Each year, the TPA is proud to invest more than $500,000 in initiatives, activities and events, like Winterfest, that benefit Toronto’s waterfront.

For more information on how the TPA gives back to the community in which it operates, click here.

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