April Showers Bring...People Indoors!

Apr 5
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At 66 Isabella, you can sit and enjoy a light drizzle on your large private balcony, or look to your own neighbourhood for great rainy day entertainment!

Many people enjoy the comfort of a good book on a rainy day. In The Village we have fantastic bookstores who offer unique and hard to find novels. Residents of 66 Isabella can walk to ABC Book Store, Eliot's Bookshop, or Glad Day Bookshop to prep for those rainy days ahead. If you love books but have a strict budget, take a short stroll to the Toronto Public Library, and borrow as many books as you like!

What's a good book without a nice hot beverage to sip while you read? Our neighbourhood is full of excellent cafés offering comfortable seating and great coffee. Grab your umbrella and walk to Presse Café for a coffee the way you like it, or check out the always open 7 West Café offering comfort dining at all hours.

Another companion to the rainy day is art. An art gallery is the perfect place to visit to spark your own creativity. If you are looking for inspiring art to display in your new apartment, consider Roberts Gallery on Yonge and Isabella. The knowledgeable staff will make your visit enjoyable and help you find a piece that suits your décor.

Avoid the wet weather and take in a play at the Mirvish Panasonic Theatre on Yonge Street. This theatre has seating for 700 and a bar service. Upcoming shows include Fun Home and Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.

Shopping has always been a great cure for the rainy-day blues. The Manulife Centre offers upscale shopping, great restaurants, and even an underground tunnel to Holt Renfrew Centre so you can continue your shopping without getting wet!

Dreary days can dampen your spirit. Combining exercise with fun is a great way to improve your mood! Take the time to explore Pursuit OCR, an indoor training centre/playground for adults. Enjoy an obstacle course, ball pit, climbing walls, and so much more.

April showers are here, so make the most of it and explore these indoor, local hotspots!