Two Toronto Museums for Valentines Day 2015

Want to celebrate the 2015 Valentines Day in Toronto with something different and frugal? Two Toronto museums offer special programs on Saturday February 14, 2015. You could visit both, from noon through evening.

"Valentine Day Greeting" image by "Malia Karlinsky - Yesterday on Tuesday" under CC license
“Valentine Day Greeting” image by “Malia Karlinsky – Yesterday on Tuesday” under CC license

Victorian Tea at Gibson House on Valentines Day 2015

Gibson House presents two sittings this Valentine’s Day for a proper tea with finger sandwiches & desserts: at noon and at 2:30pm.

Then tour the museum at 5172 Yonge Street, just north of Park Home Ave. and Empress Ave., and a few blocks north of the North York Centre subway station on the TTC’s #1 (Yonge) line.

See “Valentines Day Tea at Gibson House” (until the next Events push this event off the page).

The price is a mere $20+HST/person. You need to pre-register by phone at 416-395-7432.

Fireside Dessert at Montgomery’s Inn on Valentines Day

Montgomery’s Inn offers two opportunities for your 2015 Valentines Day dessert, either from 7-8pm or 8:30-9:30pm. Enjoy their mulled wine and dessert for $40+HST /couple. Make your reservation ahead of time by calling 416-394-8113.

Montgomery’s Inn is at 4709 Dundas St. W., just north-east of Islington and just west of Montgomery Road.

See “Valentines Day Fireside Dessert at Montgomery’s Inn” for more details; again, until it’s overtaken by other events.

What About Valentines Day for Children?

“The I LOVE YOU Book” is a best-seller in Amazon’s Kindle Reader format. The two Canadian reviewers agreed on a 5-of-5 rating; 87 Americans combined to rate it as 4.9. It’s 33 pages with colourful drawings and simple text for early readers.

You can also get their free Kindle Reader for PCs, and skip the extra gadget. Canadians can buy “The I LOVE YOU Book” online from Amazon.ca. My American neighbours have it in their online Amazon store too.

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