"Ski, snowshoe or sled your way over to the grounds of Rideau Hall for this year's Winter Celebration taking place on February 1, 2020, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. This event is a chance to discover winter traditions from around the world, with over 25 free activities, performances, pop-up museums, and food samples.
While you're there, take advantage of Canada's oldest outdoor skating rink, or try your hand at snowshoeing, curling, cross-country skiing, kick sledding, snowman building and more. You and your family will also get the chance to learn about outdoor winter survival techniques, partake in science experiments, learn a traditional Métis jig and go through a military-style obstacle course.
Hungry? Get a taste of some traditional favorites, like Rideau Hall's famous poor man's pudding (pudding chômeur) and hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows, as well as other treats from countries like Switzerland, Hungary, Turkey, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Finland, Norway, South Korea, Austria, and Iceland."