The Distillery Winter Village

The Distillery Winter Village

The Distillery District, 55 Mill St.

Nov 18 2021 to Dec 31 2021

Region : Greater Toronto Area     City: Toronto

  •  Add to Calendar 2021-11-18 2021-12-31 America/Toronto The Distillery Winter Village The Distillery Winter Village is the picture-perfect holiday experience, where friends and family gather to explore the rich history of The Distillery District, the timeless romance of the holidays, and a curated selection of Toronto’s finest local craftspeople, local shops and restaurants. It’s a gathering place for people to come and shop for the perfect holiday gift, experience the magic and romance of the holidays, and enjoy elevated food experiences.Our 50-foot tall Silver Fir Christmas tree in Trinity Square will serve as the centerpiece for The Distillery Winter Village. It will be decorated with 60,000 twinkling lights, over 600 giant decorative ornaments and 2 km of garland – and is provided by Forests Ontario – a non-profit charity focused on tree planting, forest education and awareness.In addition to our permanent shops, the Distillery Winter Village will offer a finely curated selection of 8 vendor cabins featuring an array of seasonal items and gifts for everyone on your list!For foodies, we have 12 exciting food cabins offering a wider variety of flavours and experiences including: Raclette, Patatas Bravas, Schnitzel, Frites, Doughnuts, Crepes, Pretzels, Jerk Chicken, Empanadas, Fried Chicken, Tacos, and Pizza.You’ll still see Santa and his Elves wandering the cobblestone streetsA superb line-up of buskers and carolers strolling the site and bringing holiday cheer.The Distillery’s famous LOVE Locks wall and iconic redHeart will be lit up for the holiday season.Be sure to stop and see our 7’ snowpeople, holly wall and Santa’s sleighComplimentary gift wrapping service from December 1 – 23 through our partnership with Interac, with donations benefiting SickKids and the Salvation Army. The wrapping station will be available at the ground level of Artscape at 15 Case Goods Lane, across from the holly wall.The SickKids Brave List campaign will showcase a light projection on the Archeo chimney which lists children’s names who have survived major illness this year. Event visitors can purchase holiday gifts for these children.The Salvation Army is setting up the world’s largest kettle on Gristmill Lane. Their brass band will be performing regularly over the course of the six-week event, along with children performers on Sundays.Forests Ontario will be selling real, locally-sourced trees ranging from 8-feet tall to “condo-sized” as well as wreaths this season. Trees and wreaths will only be available for pre-purchase through Forests Ontario’s online shop from November 10th until supplies last. A contactless drive-thru pickup will take place at south end of The Distillery District (behind Balzac’s) on November 27th where all customers must pick up their order between 10am – 3:30pm. The Distillery District, 55 Mill St.
Nov 18
to
Dec 31

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The Distillery Winter Village is the picture-perfect holiday experience, where friends and family gather to explore the rich history of The Distillery District, the timeless romance of the holidays, and a curated selection of Toronto’s finest local craftspeople, local shops and restaurants. It’s a gathering place for people to come and shop for the perfect holiday gift, experience the magic and romance of the holidays, and enjoy elevated food experiences.

  • Our 50-foot tall Silver Fir Christmas tree in Trinity Square will serve as the centerpiece for The Distillery Winter Village. It will be decorated with 60,000 twinkling lights, over 600 giant decorative ornaments and 2 km of garland – and is provided by Forests Ontario – a non-profit charity focused on tree planting, forest education and awareness.
  • In addition to our permanent shops, the Distillery Winter Village will offer a finely curated selection of 8 vendor cabins featuring an array of seasonal items and gifts for everyone on your list!
  • For foodies, we have 12 exciting food cabins offering a wider variety of flavours and experiences including: Raclette, Patatas Bravas, Schnitzel, Frites, Doughnuts, Crepes, Pretzels, Jerk Chicken, Empanadas, Fried Chicken, Tacos, and Pizza.
  • You’ll still see Santa and his Elves wandering the cobblestone streets
  • A superb line-up of buskers and carolers strolling the site and bringing holiday cheer.
  • The Distillery’s famous LOVE Locks wall and iconic redHeart will be lit up for the holiday season.
  • Be sure to stop and see our 7’ snowpeople, holly wall and Santa’s sleigh
  • Complimentary gift wrapping service from December 1 – 23 through our partnership with Interac, with donations benefiting SickKids and the Salvation Army. The wrapping station will be available at the ground level of Artscape at 15 Case Goods Lane, across from the holly wall.
  • The SickKids Brave List campaign will showcase a light projection on the Archeo chimney which lists children’s names who have survived major illness this year. Event visitors can purchase holiday gifts for these children.
  • The Salvation Army is setting up the world’s largest kettle on Gristmill Lane. Their brass band will be performing regularly over the course of the six-week event, along with children performers on Sundays.
  • Forests Ontario will be selling real, locally-sourced trees ranging from 8-feet tall to “condo-sized” as well as wreaths this season. Trees and wreaths will only be available for pre-purchase through Forests Ontario’s online shop from November 10th until supplies last. A contactless drive-thru pickup will take place at south end of The Distillery District (behind Balzac’s) on November 27th where all customers must pick up their order between 10am – 3:30pm.