You Must See This Magical Garden Of Light This Spring in Toronto
Spring is coming!
After a long and gloomy winter, a lot of us are feeling grey and are desperately in need of sun back into our lives.
But thankfully spring is slowly creeping its way in, which means we finally get to enjoy some warmer weather and CF Fairview Mall wants to celebrate that.
This week they unveiled an exciting and joyful installation called the Garden of Light, which is an interactive multi-sensory display featuring 1,600 LED flowers (just like a flower wall, but with colours and sound!).
Until April 28, shoppers can touch and even socially interact with this magnificent display, using touchpads to change the colours and patterns. The display even reacts to activations from home, when guests use the #CFHelloSpring hashtag on Instagram or Twitter.
On top of it all, the installation is showcasing pre-programmed light shows and playing calming sounds of nature to help soothe us all into a bright and joyful spring season.
How thoughtful of you, CF Fairview Mall!
The Garden of Light is located on Level 1 next to aroma espresso bar so shoppers on both levels can’t miss it!
Head to CF Fairview Mall and catch the light show by itself before watching a movie at Cineplex. You can even bring the family to the unveiling this weekend, so your parents or younger ones can have fun interacting and get some light while they’re at it.
A second Garden of Light is also available at CF Sherway Gardens for West enders to experience.
Regardless of who you go with, make sure to spread the joy of spring by using the hashtag #CFHelloSpring in all of your posts! (And trust me, this will definitely be a hotspot for Snapchat and Instagram captures. I even feel a new profile photo coming on…)
So don’t miss out! Make sure you are there to feast your eyes on some much-needed colour and catch the dazzling display until the end of April. Reach out to CF Fairview Mall on their website and social pages (FB, Twitter, Insta) too to tell them how much you adore this idea.
Photo credits - vitoamati photography