Starting in the new millennium, and every year forward the most wholesome holiday magic happens inside the confines of the historic Distillery District. It starts slow, just a little bit at a time, and then builds into a crescendo that is the Toronto Christmas Market.
Follow the Toronto Christmas Market on Twitter to understand how the holiday season grows all year long to explode on the scene in December. The magic imbues the Victorian era heritage buildings in the Distillery District with another layer of cultural bliss – for seventeen days the entire place is in blossom!
The one-of-a-kind holiday event runs from Friday November 30th until Sunday Dec 16th 2012, and during this brief period there is a wide selection of hard-to-find goods and services for sale here, and there is also a photo contest with multiple prizes.
Toronto.com 2012 Toronto Christmas Market will reward one lucky shutterbug with $250 cash or dinner in any of three world class Distillery District Restaurants!
Check the 2012 Toronto Christmas Market Photo Contest on Lenzr, or visit the Toronto Christmas Market website.
Prizes for the 2012 competition are as follows,
The Winner will receive a $250.00 cash prize,
The 2nd place winner will receive a $150.00 Distillery Restaurant gift certificate
The 3rd place winner will receive a $100.00 Distillery Restaurant gift certificate.
Upload original photos now and until December 25th * Try to keep you uploads under 4mbs.
Voting begins December 15th and ends midnight Dec 25th
Top ten images advance to judges. *Sponsor is Judge, Here is a link to the Term of Use page unique to this contest. Winner announced on Lenzr blog Jan 1st 2013. Lowe’s 2012 Toronto Christmas Market event runs from Friday Nov 30th to Sunday December 16th, 2012 at The Distillery District, Must Be 13yrs older to enter – gift certificates and cash prizes will be mailed anywhere in Canada only. Good luck!
The 2012 Toronto Christmas Market brings together family entertainment inc musicians, carolers and children’s choirs in a magnificent holiday manifesto. These markets originated in Germany back in the fifteenth century and are now being held in many countries all over the world.
Toronto’s Christmas Market is a world class shopping destination. The stuff sold here is very rare; merchants must apply and are selected by jury for the right to sell unique products all along the different streets. The Distillery District is playing host, for the third year in a row to this festive extravaganza that’s expected to entertain three hundred thousand visitors – it gets bigger and better each year.