All orders must be picked up in person in Toronto Nov. 19 - 20, 2022
See more information below.
Finally, the 'LIVE' Christmas Fair is back this year!
Swedish Christmas Fair
November 19 - 20, 2022 at Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, Toronto.
Saturday November 19, 11 am - 5 pm. -- Curbside pick-up of web orders 1 pm - 5 pm .
Sunday November 20, 11 am - 4 pm. -- Curbside pick-up of web orders 1 pm - 4 pm.
The Swedish Christmas Fair, hosted by SWEA Toronto, attracts thousands of people each year who come to experience Swedish Christmas food, design, folk art, crafts, and traditions.
This year, visitors will enjoy Swedish food at the Café, the Lucia procession, the Swedish Folk Dancers and Singers, the Children’s Loft with Christmas crafts, the Book Corner, the yearly Swedish exhibit, and of course the vast selection of Swedish design products and folk art for sale. There will also be the traditional Glögg stand (Swedish mulled wine), Swedish candy, and the traditional Swedish dance around the Christmas tree to celebrate the holidays!
PLEASE NOTE: Final pick-up of all your Swedish goodies will take place during our Christmas Fair at Daniels Spectrum on November 19 - 20, 2022.
Pick-up time is 1 pm - 5 pm on Saturday Nov. 19 and 1 pm - 4 pm on Sunday Nov. 20.
SWEA members will be on hand and happy to help you with your order.
Shipping is unfortunately not available.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PICK-UP OF ORDERS & PARKING
Dear SWEA Friends,
We look forward to seeing you at the Swedish Christmas Fair! Below please find important information for pick-up of your web orders, parking as well as event program and a sneak peak of products you can shop at the Swedish Christmas Fair. Looking forward to seeing you next weekend!
WEBORDERS - CURBSIDE PICK-UP
Address: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, Toronto. Pick-up of web orders is on the east side of Daniels Spectrum on Regent Street.
Pick-up times: Saturday, November 19, 1 pm - 5 pm. Sunday November 20, 1 pm - 4 pm. Please note that they Swedish Christmas Fair has different opening times; Saturday 11 - 5 pm and Sunday 11 - 4 pm.
PLEASE HAVE YOUR ORDER NUMBER(S) ready for the SWEA staff at pick-up and stay in your car. SWEA members will bring your order to you. Please arrive with time and patience. There will be some very busy periods and there will be a line-up. We can not let anyone bypass the line-up. There will also be a pick-up spot for smaller orders inside Daniels Spectrum at the Swedish Christmas Fair. Please note that there is NO parking on Regent Park Blvd. for over 15 minutes. Parking enforcement applies to all our visitors.
PARKING - SWEDISH CHRISTMAS FAIR
There are several parking options available near Daniels Spectrum so that you can go inside and enjoy the Swedish Christmas Fair:
1) 563 Dundas St East (Under Daniels Spectrum building) Please check here for parking rates.
2) 170 Sumach Street (One Park Place) Please check here for parking rates.
3) 1 Cole St, TORONTO, ON M5A 4M2 Please check here for parking rates.
There is street parking in the area where standard parking enforcement applies.
PROGRAM - SWEDISH CHRISTMAS FAIR
In addition to the Swedish Café, Taste of Sweden, Glögg stand, Candy stand, Children’s loft, Swedish exhibit and large selection of Swedish Design and Folk Art for sale, we have a packed program of events which can’t be missed:
Saturday Nov. 19, 2022 (11 am - 5 pm)
12 Noon - The Swedish Christmas Fair 2022 Grand opening, Lisa Quondamatteo, President of SWEA Toronto
12:10 pm - Sing-along
12:50 pm - Sing-along
1:00 pm - Lucia procession
1:45 pm - Swedish Folk Dancers and Singers
2:50 pm - Sing-along
3:00 pm - Lucia procession
4:30 pm - Dance around the Christmas Tree
Sunday Nov. 20, 2022 (11 am - 4 pm)
11:50 am - Sing-along
12 noon - Lucia procession
12:45 pm - Swedish Folk Dancers and Singers
1:50 pm - Sing-along
2:00 pm - Lucia procession
2:45 pm - Swedish Folk Dancers and Singers
3:30 pm - Dance around the Christmas Tree
*Please note schedule and times are subject to change.
PRODUCTS - SWEDISH CHRISTMAS FAIR
We are thrilled to offer hundreds of unique Swedish products at this year’s Swedish Christmas Fair including candle holders, Advent candelabras, throws and blankets, napkins and textiles, kitchen supplies, Swedish Christmas decorations, folk art, calendars, dala horses, children’s toys and much much more!
585 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7
Saturday November 19, 1 pm - 5 pm
Sunday November 20, 1 pm - 4 pm
Smått & Gott - Miscellaneous
Cook like a Swede
Swedish husmanskost denotes traditional Swedish dishes with local ingredients, the classical everyday Swedish cuisine. The word husmanskost stems from husman, meaning 'house owner', and the term was originally used for most kinds of simple countryside food outside of towns.