As Thanksgiving day is approaching we must give thanks for the amazing city that we have! With stuff happening every single weekend, Toronto gets all the credit where it is due, when it comes to keeping our social lives interesting.\nSo if you want give thanks this weekend for living in the 6ix, then show your appreciation by getting up and out the house. With lots to do this weekend, and some pretty mild weather there are no excuses. Did I also forget to mention that you've got an extra day of weekend festivities? So grab some stuffing and a turkey and have a hell of a time!\nWhat Day Do Want To Go Out?\nFriday\nSaturday\nSunday\nMonday\nFor Friday Click "Next"\nFriday\nvia @anventuresss\nNightmare on Dundas Street Movie Nights @ AGO // 317 Dundas St. W\nDon't miss your favourite classic horror movies on the big screen at this horror movie fest taking place for the next month with a movie every Friday. This weekend don't miss a special screening of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.\nToronto's Horror Hallways @ 37 Stoffel Dr.\nDon't miss this terrifying Halloween attraction as it returns to Toronto. Explore haunted mazes and spooky creatures. This is not for the faint of heart!\nCinefranco @ Carlton Cinema // 20 Carlton St.\nCelebrate the best in French cinema at this film festival taking place for a number of days. Purchase tickets to screenings of your choice and watch some amazing French films.\nYellow Claw @ UNIUN Nightclub // 473 Adelaide St. W\nThe trap and dubstep duo makes a return to Toronto for their latest tour! Rage all night with Yellow Claw inside Uniun nightclub!\nSupernatural Fan Convention @ Westin Harbour Castle Hotel // 1 Harbour Square\nCalling all Supernatural fans! This convention which takes place the whole weekend features everything Supernatural and also appearances from actors from the show!\nFor Saturday Click "Next"\nSaturday\nvia @towaterfront\nWaterfront Artisan Market @ HTO Park // 339 Queens Quay W\nThe market returns for it's final instalment of the season. Stock up on artisan goods before it gets cold and enjoy all the Toronto vendors have to offer.\nRezz @ The Danforth Music Hall // 147 Danforth Ave.\nDon't miss Ontario's very own DJ and producer Rezz as she brings her unique sound to the Mass Manipulation tour. Playing songs from her brand new EP and other hits, your ears will be in for a treat!\nLight Up Toronto @ Yonge Dundas Square // 1 Dundas St. E\nToronto is having a big Diwali celebration and everyone's invited! Don't miss out on this cultural celebration as the Indian festival of lights takes over the downtown core.\nAdizokan - Toronto Symphony Orchestra @ Roy Thompson Hall // 60 Simcoe St.\nThis beautiful orchestral event will wow you and leave your ears wanting more. Adizokan by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra will showcase a fine classic musical night that you don't want to miss.\nScreemers @ Queen Elizabeth Building // 180 Princes' Blvd.\nGet ready to scream! Screemers is back, and with new chilling attractions and rooms, they will bring all of your nightmares to life!\nFor Sunday Click "Next"\nSunday\nvia @claraoliveira02\nGiant Panda Cubs 2nd Birthday Bash @ Toronto Zoo // 2000 Meadowvale Rd.\nToronto's beloved panda cubs are celebrating their second birthday! Join in the festivities as they celebrate all weekend with snacks, information sessions and special activities.\nCasa Loma Thanksgiving Feast @ Casa Loma // 1 Austin Terrace\nFeast upon some turkey and stuffing in a castle! Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner inside Casa Loma and eat that turkey leg like a king!\nEDIT Expo For Design Innovation and Technology @ Unilever Detergent Factory // 21 Don Roadway\nThe EDIT Expo's final day is here! Don't miss out on the final day of guest speakers, workshops and cool showrooms featuring the latest in technology and design innovation.\nSkate Girls of Kabul @ Aga Khan Museum // 77 Wynford Dr.\nThis masterpiece of a gallery is on it's final day at the Aga Khan museum. Featuring beautiful shots of the unique skate girl niche group in Kabul, the images are a gem you do not want to miss.\nMariposa Cruises Thanksgiving Brunch @ Pier 6, 207 Queens Quay W\nUpgrade your basic Thanksgiving dinner to Thanksgiving brunch on a boat as you sail past the Toronto skyline munching on that delicious turkey and cranberry sauce.\nFor Monday Click "Next"\nMonday\nvia @narcitycanada\nGuillermo Del Toro: At Home With Monsters @ AGO // 317 Dundas St. W\nThe magic of film and horror is brought to life this Thanksgiving at famed director Guillermo Del Toro's art exhibit at The AGO. View life sized sculptures and actual props from Del Toro's movies as well as other horror art pieces commissioned by director himself.\nWorld Press Photo Exhibition @ Brookfield Place // 181 Bay St.\nThe famed photo exhibition makes a return to Brookfield Place, where you can admire this year's most striking and amazing photos. Explore the meanings behind them and choose your favourite.\nPumpkin Fest @ Downsview Park // 35 Carl Hall Rd.\nIt's a huge pumpkin party! Come out to the Downsview Park Pumpkin fest and grab some pumpkins and good times! Make it a fun day of activities including a corn maze and cool food vendors!\nToronto Maple Leafs vs. Chicago Blackhawks @ Air Canada Centre // 50 Bay St.\nThe Leafs go head to head with the six time winning Stanley Cup champions the Chicago Blackhawks, as they host them in the heart of the city. A great way to kick off the upcoming hockey season!\nPumpkinland and Harvest Festival @ Whittamore's Farm // 8100 Steeles Avenue E., Markham\nPick a pumpkin in Pumpkinland! Explore the farm and go on a pumpkin adventure with activities, a pumpkin patch and fun for the whole squad.