Phase 2 just ruled out in Ontario and we are back to closures of indoor dining, and fitness facilities. Although these things are closed that doesn’t mean that dating is dead. You have to be more creative
+ over communicate with someone to understand their comfort levels, the current situation they are in (ie: If they are surrounded by vulnerable people, or are immune compromised)
Some great idea’s for Dating during Phase 2 of Covid-19:
Fall N’Leaves Toronto Pop Up Food & Wine Bar: http://www.fallnleavesto.com/
This outdoor event is now open till October 31st
Go Apple Picking – There are many places in and around the city to try Apple picking, not only is it adorable but it’s fun, flirty and a great way to have amazing conversation.
Check out a few places here: https://www.toronto.com/things-to-do/apple-picking-in-toronto-the-gta/
Get lost in a Cornmaze-
Daily Hive released 12 great corn mazes to do this fall.
Check the link here : https://dailyhive.com/toronto/toronto-corn-mazes-2018
Sit on an outdoor patio-Patio season is coming to a close, but with the beautiful fall weather we have been having why not check out some of them over the next few weeks.
Here is a list of Toronto’s best patios:https://foodism.to/guides/best-patios-toronto/
Visit a nearby town- Ontario has some great towns on the outskirts that look almost like you are visiting a set on a Hallmark film. Check out a few of them here: https://trnto.com/10-picturesque-small-towns-to-visit-near-toronto/
Go on a fall hike –it’s not to late to go on a fall hike, and with leaves changing it’s the most picturesque time to go. Here is a list of some must do hikes just outside of Toronto. https://www.explore-mag.com/10-of-the-Best-Hikes-near-Toronto
Have a wine tasting night – Grab some wine’s from around the world and have your own wine tasting night.
Get hot chocolate and go for a stroll– There is nothing like going for a walk in the crisp fall air, bundle up grab some cocoa or apple cider and walk around the city.
Have a park picnic- I love picnics. There is just something to be said about someone planning a picnic. Take advantage of the nice weather and have a picnic together at one of the many parks.
Have a bonfire- Here are some great places you can have a bonfire in Toronto.
Visit a Pumpkin patch– and then have a pumpkin carving competition, get your friends on social media to vote for their favourites. https://dailyhive.com/toronto/toronto-pumpkin-patches-fall
Toronto Attractions – Many attractions are open now including Aga Khan Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Casa Loma, Toronto Zoo, Museum of Illusions, Treetop Trekking and more. Possibly have changed. Check Websites for more details.
Visit one of Stackt Market’s many outdoor events. Check out their event schedule here: https://stacktmarket.com/events
Just remember to over communicate rather than under communicate, and to know someone’s boundaries.