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Toronto KidsFest (Mississauga)

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On FAMILY DAY WEEKEND 2017: FEBRUARY 18,19,20 (Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

The concept is very simple. Fill a place with inflatable structures in all shapes and sizes, and let the kids go wild. It's noisy. It's chaotic. It's pure fun. Plus, children get quite a workout out of it, believe me. Bring lots of water. When we visited, I counted 16 structures and parents could climb on all of them. (For 2016, they seem to have 22 structures.) Some were elaborate, requiring a steep climb before you could go down an even steeper slide. One of them invited kids to race against one another, starting with a jump head first through a giant doughnut. Rides varie every year but the same spirit remains. The admission ncludes stage shows. Have a great Family Day! (More about Hamilton's Kidsfest.)

Toronto Kidsfest
Toronto Kidsfest

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