Forests Ontario at the Toronto Christmas Market
December 7th–9th, 2018
Forests Ontario returns to the Toronto Christmas in 2018. You can find us from November 30-December 2 and from December 7-9.
You can find us at the entrance to the market located at the intersection of Trinity & Mill Street, right next to the ticket booth. We’ll have real, locally grown Ontario Christmas trees from Somerville Nurseries, ranging in size from mini “condo trees” to majestic 8 footers.
For every tree purchased, a new one will be planted and you’ll receive one free entry ticket into the Toronto Christmas Market!
- Toronto Distillery District
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Posted: November 12, 2018
Catch Forests Ontario at the Toronto Christmas Market from November 30-December 2nd and from December 7th-9th selling real, locally grown trees and wreaths from Somerville Nurseries. Visit us near the ticket booth to pick up your tree for the holidays. All proceeds support our planting programs. While it’s true that the holidays can be hectic,... Read More
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81 PLANT STREET
- (613) 391-9034
Toronto Christmas Market kicks off holiday season with one really big tree, and lots (and lots) of little lights
Forests Ontario provides iconic tree to the Toronto Christmas Market for the 8th year
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