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A sweet-smelling festival is happening near Toronto this summer, and you can spend the day getting lost in lavender fields. The Giving Place, a lavender and honey farm in Mount Albert, is hosting a two-day festival dedicated to this fragrant purple flower.

The Lavender Festival is running on July 9 and 10, and you can enjoy a range of activities. Visitors can expect to take part in yoga, meditation, tarot card reading, henna, drumming, and more. There will also be vendors on site to shop from.

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Apparently, IKEA is good for more than just furniture and Swedish meatballs, because you can also go for a Mother's Day High Tea at the store.

For one day only — on Sunday, May 8 — you and your mom can get fancy at the IKEA in Richmond, B.C..

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You can live your best Bridgerton life at this adorable tea room near Toronto. Perched on the shores of the Speed River in Guelph, The Boathouse offers high tea, lunch, breakfast and ice cream with a side of water views.

The quaint little shop, which is easily spotted due to its pink exterior, is reopening for the season on April 1, and it's the perfect spring day trip.

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All aboard! This historic train near Toronto will take you on a scenic fall journey complete with all sorts of treats.

York-Durham Heritage Railway is hosting a Fall High Tea event on October 8, and you can take in the red and orange foliage while indulging in a fancy lunch.

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Ahhhh matcha - there's so matcha to talk about! There's something just so utterly delicious about the flavour of Japanese green tea that words cannot describe. As you can tell, I'm a green tea enthusiast. 🍵😍

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