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Spring activities and events in Toronto will give you plenty of chances to embrace the change in season. Spend your time sampling beer, getting your fill of food and music festivals, and checking out majestic cherry blossoms.

DIGIPLAYSPACE AND DIGI NIGHTS BY TIFF (FEB-APRIL)

Let your imaginations run wild, and unleash your inner child with our interactive installations, apps, green screen technology and DIY hands-on activities at digiPlaySpace — a digital playground open at TIFF Bell Lightbox for a limited time from February 21 – April 23, 2017.

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March Break at the ROM (March)

Explore the ocean home of Blue, the ROM’s massive 80 foot blue whale on display in our newest special exhibition, Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story, with exciting experiences and hands-on marine-themed activities.

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Toronto Storytelling Festival (March/April)

Stop by to hear a few stories at the Storyfire or immerse yourself fully into the storytelling culture by checking out multiple events over the ten-day Toronto Storytelling Festival.

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TIFF Kids International Film Festival (April)

Using the power of film not just to entertain children and parents but also to foster new ideas about the complex issues facing young people today.

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Toronto Animation Arts Festival International (April)

Help make Toronto a hotspot for animated arts and entertainment. There will be over 30 exhibitors for animation-junkies to check out, along with industry-professional speakers giving tips and tricks of the trade.

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Blue Jays Baseball Home Opener (April)

The Toronto Blue Jays will open the 2017 season on the road against the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays before returning home to host the Milwaukee Brewers at the Rogers Centre, just steps from the hotel.

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Hot Docs Festival (April/May)

Hot Docs, North America's largest documentary festival, offers an outstanding selection of over 200 films from Canada and around the world to Toronto audiences of more than 200,000. The 2017 Hot Docs Festival will run April 27 to May 7.

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Cherry Blossoms in High Park (May)

High Park attracts many visitors in early spring to admire the beautiful cherry blossoms. Most of the Sakura cherry trees are located around Hillside Gardens and there are a few by the Duck Pond as well.

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SUGAR SHACK (MARCH)

Sugar Beach will be celebrating its Quebec-style cabane à sucre, complete with maple taffy and traditional French Canadian music and food.

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TORONTO COMICON (MARCH)

An annual comic book and pop culture convention that has grown to become a spectacular 3-day event and is 15,000 square feet of fan heaven.

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