Christmas Market hosts in Toronto each year, during preparations for Christmas. It takes place in the beautiful old part of the city – Distillery District. Today this area is transformed into a place of entertainment and recreation. This is a very popular area among wedding photographers and tourists. The fair is organized for fun and create a festive mood. A huge Christmas tree, decorations on the windows and doors of buildings and shops make this place colorful and festive. Many visitors to the fair look like costumed performances participants. All that creates an atmosphere of celebration and full of smiles, laughter and music.
Santa Claus with elves is always ready to pose for the image with young participants of the ceremony. Elves and angels entertain kids with the songs and competitions. The orchestra plays classical Christmas music. And of course, the Carolers gather funs around to create the Christmas spirit. The kids are happy to ride on the carousel and other attractions despite of the frost.
There is, of course, commerce component of the holiday. In numerous shops you can buy souvenirs, Christmas decorations, sweets, drinks, and hot chocolate. But for adults bars open outside and inside where you can drink beer or hot mulled wine.
Everybody welcome to the Distillery District Christmas Market from 10 am to 9 pm during the four weeks before Christmas.
A little bit of Christmas
Yesterday was frosty day with heavy snow. Blizzard raged full day long. In one day city was covered with white coverlet. Through the window everything looked black and white. Frost decorated windows with beautiful drawing. Unlike that home Christmas decoration is warm and colourful.
Christmas in Toronto
Despite the lack of snow and frost in Toronto this year people spent the most of time inside of malls and shopping centres to make their Christmas shopping and enjoy lovely decorated places. The only day when city is empty and quiet is a Christmas Day. Malls and stores are closed and people meet their families and friends for the Christmas dinner with gifts sharing. Merry Christmas!