From sporty to artsy: Great local gifts for the little ones in your life

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Christmas curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge has lost his ‘humbug’ for some big plans to own the holiday season, in this Sillylicious take on the Classic tale – Ross Petty’s A Christmas Carol, The Family Musical With a Scrooge Loose! Elgin Theatre. Nov. 24 – Dec. 31
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
1 855 599 9090
For tickets: rosspetty.com

 

Sport Swap has been Leaside’s neighborhood ski and snowboard shop for over 40 years. We have new and used equipment for the whole family. Parents will especially appreciate Toronto’s best Junior Half Back Program. Have your best winter ever with Sport Swap.
SPORT SWAP, 1541 Bayview Ave., 416 481 7927
facebook.com/sportswaptoronto

 

This holiday season visit us for all your skater’s holiday wishes. We specialize in new and used recreational skates and offer a First Time Skaters Package for beginners. All skates are professionally fit and sharpened. See www.skatingboutique.com for more details.
FIGURE SKATING BOUTIQUE, 109 Doncaster Ave. Markham, 905 597 6000
www.skatingboutique.com

 

For 29 years, Mabel's Fables has been one of the best bookstores in Canada just for kids. How can we make your child a bigger, better reader? An incredible book selection, personal consultation, gift cards & baskets are Mabel's Fables signature services. We have 2 floors of beautiful holiday stories & the best books & gifts for babies to teens.
MABEL’S FABLES BOOKSTORE, 662 Mount Pleasant Road
www.mabelsfables.com

 

St. John’s Music has provided musical instruments to Canadian families for more than 85 years. Our Leaside location boasts over 6500 sq. ft. of space, offering Band Instruments; Guitars & Amps; Keyboards; Drums; Band, Choral, Ensemble, & Sheet Music; and Instrument Repairs & Rentals. See our ad in the Gift Guide. Happy Holidays!
ST. JOHN’S MUSIC, 109 Vanderhoof Ave., 416 785 5000
www.stjohnsmusic.com

 

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