On November 3rd and 4th, the Harbourfront Centre was celebrating the Day of the Dead or often called in Spanish Día de los Muertos. It’s a Mexican festival that celebrates life while paying tribute to loved ones who have passed away.
They had artists from Mexico, traditional music, food, stories and much more. It was a fun and free event. Below are some of the pictures I took. Enjoy!
We had the opportunity awhile back to attend a seance at the Keg Mansion. Whether you believe in this stuff or not it was an extremely entertaining and memorable evening.
There were 40 tickets available at $80 per person and they were gone in moments. The price included dinner and the seance so it was quite reasonable. For those who don’t know, the Keg Mansion is one of the most haunted places in the city. You can read some of the information about it on torontoghosts.org.
Note that the 3rd floor has never been open to the public until the seance.
This past weekend the weather was beautiful here in Toronto, so we took a road trip down to Niagara-on-the-Lake, where we were meeting some friends and going for the Ghost Walk in the evening.
We got there late afternoon so we had some time to take in a few shops and have a bite to eat at the Irish Harp Pub (read the review). Then we went for some ice cream at the Cows, which was delicious!
In front of the Irish Harp Pub
I will definitively go back but you have to get there early to explore all the Niagara-on-the-Lake’s hidden gems. 8:30 p.m. was fast approaching, so we started heading back for our Ghost Walk. Yay! How exciting!!!
The Haunted Shop & Ghost Walks
We all met at their Haunted Shop, which was one of the cutest shops I have seen. I could spend hours in there.