How To Celebrate Your Summer Holidays

How To Celebrate Your Summer Holidays

Even though this summer might not be completely normal just yet, you can still have a great time in the sun. We’ve rounded up our fave ideas below that you can partake in to enjoy the summer season to the fullest. So, take advantage of the lovely weather and enjoy quality time with your family and friends! 

However, if you do plan on heading outdoors to public spaces, be sure to always follow social distancing rules and keep safe.

Here Are Fun Ways To Celebrate your summer holidays This Year.

Support Local & Order Takeout 

There are so many local restaurants to satisfy all of your long weekend cravings. Support small businesses and grab a delicious meal to enjoy at your home!  

Have A Backyard BBQ 

If you want to make some delicious home cooked food instead, then have a backyard BBQ to take advantage of the beautiful weather. If you really want to treat yourself while grilling, then be sure to serve up some savoury drinks with the help of Mott’s® Clamato®. Click here to view the delicious Classic Caesar recipe—because it’s always time for a Caesar!

Outdoor Physical Activity

With the warm weather officially here, why not spend your time outdoors? There are a ton of trails to walk, hike, bike, and even some lovely waterfalls to see in the area. Get some fresh air and enjoy the views.

Enjoy The Beach  

If the weather is quite warm, then head on over to a beach near you! Cool off by the water or soak up that Vitamin D, either way, a day at the beach is a day well spent. 


Have A Picnic 

Another way to take advantage of the awesome weather is to go on a picnic with your quarantine group. Pack all of the snacks and goodies you need and head on out to your local park to set up. Upgrade your picnic by packing your fave Mott’s® Clamato® mix for the perfect mocktail!

Check Out A Drive-In Event  

There are a handful of drive-in events occurring in the GTA this year. The Q107 Great Canadian Concert is happening in Scarbourough on July 1 from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. and will feature songs by Canadian artists including Tom Pettis, Alanis Morisette, and U2. If you’re in the mood to watch a movie instead, the Starlite in Hamilton, the 5 Drive-In and The Starlight Theatre in Oakville, and The Stardust Drive in Theatre in Newmarket, will be open. 

Don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your own home? No worries! Log onto the Canadian Heritage website for the virtual programming and a fantastic light show at 8 p.m.

Visit A Patio With Friends

Just in time for summer, a bunch of fabulous restaurants and bars have now reopened for outdoor dining. Check out some of our fave patios to visit in Toronto, rain or shine, to enjoy a yummy meal and a Mott’s® Clamato® Caesar from the menu!

*Sponsored by Mott’s® Clamato®

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