12 Dec 2012

Toronto Christmas Market could get the Grinch in the holiday spirit

The spirit of Christmas is captured at the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District. The location features thousands of Christmas lights, spruce trees, handcrafted jewelry, toys, ornaments and more.

Those celebrating Christmas know that the holiday season can bring on high stress levels as family members return home for the occasion. Self storage units are available to ease some of that stress by offering storage for seasonal items, including that fake Christmas tree that is only in the home for a few weeks out of the year.

The Toronto Christmas Market will get even the biggest Grinch in the spirit of Christmas as the location also features family entertainment including brass bands, carolers, a gingerbread house, a fairytale forest maze, storytelling, Grimm's Brother characters, Santa's house and an Elves Workshop and rides to the south pole, according to the Toronto Sun.

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