Holiday Open House and Charity Soup Festival on Nov. 19th @BabyPointGates

The Baby Point Gates BIA invites the community to get into the holiday spirit at their 5th Annual Baby it’s Cold Outside Holiday Open House and Charity Soup Festival set for Saturday, November 19, 2016.

The Baby Point Gates’ merchants delight in decorating their stores for the holiday season and offering special sales for community members who have supported them throughout the year. Families are sure to enjoy the entertainment lined up for the day, which includes a small animal petting zoo.  A string quartet, carolers singing traditional holiday songs, as well as Scrooge and Santa Claus will be strolling throughout the shopping district, ready to visit with all!

The Charity Soup Festival is a new addition to the traditional Baby it’s Cold Outside Holiday Open House Festivities.  For a suggested $2.00 donation, shoppers can sample a delicious cup of soup from the many participating restaurateurs and merchants in the Baby Point Gates Culinary Corridor.

All donations raised from the charity soup festival go to support the Toronto Star Santa Claus Fund which distributes gifts during the holiday season, to families with limited means.

Baby Point Gates BIA


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