Looking for something fun to do? Well this is the spot! GlowZone 360 in Brampton is a guaranteed good time for any and all ages, affordable, and you’ll be surprised at how fast it brings out the kid in you (admit it: glow-in-the-dark rooms are still exciting!). During my visit I played a couple round of Laser… Read more »
Today I piloted a real 737 aircraft, and flew through Jamaica from Kingston to Montego Bay –without any prior experience at all!! It was nerve-racking, exciting, thrilling and 100% risk free! How so? Well, I didn’t exactly leave Toronto… I just had my first ever flight simulation experience at Threshold Aviation and I really do feel like… Read more »
Tucked away in a garage-parking alley, The Den is probably one of the most unexpected and trendiest jewelry workshops I’ve ever come across. Owned by Master Goldsmith Kristin Calkins, this vibrant studio offers customers the chance to make their own keepsakes while trying their hand at being a goldsmith. The overall studio vibe is pretty… Read more »
You aren’t abnormal if you fear getting shot by an arrow, making some people apprehensive of Archery Tag—but I promise you, it does NOT hurt. If you watch our video experience at Archery District, you will see a 6yr old get hit in the facemask with an arrow, and all she does is wait to… Read more »
Trying out Bubble Ball at PVP Sports was probably one of the funniest and exhausting things I have done in awhile! If you’ve ever wondered what its like to be in a safety bubble, or just wanted to take out your aggression on your friends in a safe and hilarious way, well this is your… Read more »
Going to Formula Kartways with a group of friends is as good as your birthday and Christmas combined! The indoor multi-curve track, fast karts, staff and podium ceremony at Formula Kartways made this experience one of my favourite memories of 2016! I would without question recommend this place to anyone looking to do something fun… Read more »
Every year Cooper’s CSA Farm & Maze continues to impress with its redesigned 10-acre themed corn maze—and 2015 is no exception! This year’s theme focuses on the National Hockey League, crafting the image of Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock’s face out of corn stalks, and infused with multiple-choice NHL trivia.
It was a cold, rainy day in fall when I was hanging out with two friends wondering what we could do this very day for fun. To get some idea of our options, we turned to our source for random fun discounted activity suggestions—Groupon.
Something to considering trying this winter is Ice Fishing on Lake Simcoe at Minet’s Point in Barrie. If you have yet to visit the spot, you are in for a treat, on first glance you will feel like you have stumbled into an ice fishing village, with hundreds of tepee type structured lodges and box… Read more »