TORONTO, Jan. 19, 2017 /CNW/ - Bringing a big dose of sweetness to Toronto's Waterfront, Sugar Shack TO, in partnership with Waterfront Toronto, is returning to Sugar Beach – bigger, better and sweeter than ever. On the first weekend of March Break, March 11-12, 2017, Sugar Shack TO will have everyone celebrating the last days of winter with two sugar shacks serving up maple taffy, ice activities, cabane à sucre delicacies, live entertainment, a specialty bar, and much more!
WHEN Saturday, March 11, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday, March 12, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
WHERE Canada's Sugar Beach – 11 Dockside Drive. Lower Jarvis and Queens Quay
TWO Sugar Shacks serving up real Ontario maple taffy all weekend long
Food marketplace with a variety of maple infused treats
Interactive ice activities for kids: an ice canvas to paint on, ice sculpture photo ops, battle of the chainsaws, ice carving demos and a giant ice Tic-Tac-Toe
Live music from Sugar Shack emcees
Specialty bar serving beer, cider and specialty liquor
Free Sugar Shack Shuttle operating to and from the Distillery District
Free general admission
Sugar Shack TO 2017 partners include: Menkes, Tridel, Hines, Great Gulf, Redpath Sugar, PortsToronto and RBC. For more information visit www.sugarshackto.ca
ABOUT WATERFRONT TORONTO The Governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Toronto created Waterfront Toronto to oversee and lead the renewal of Toronto's waterfront. Public accessibility, design excellence, sustainable development, economic development and fiscal sustainability are the key drivers of the waterfront revitalization. Toronto's new waterfront communities will use technology to enhance quality of life and create economic opportunity for the citizens of Toronto, helping to keep the city competitive with major urban centres around the world for business, jobs and talent. www.waterfrontoronto.ca
SOURCE Water's Edge Festivals & Events
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