Ap­ple pick­ing, mulled wine and fresh veg­eta­bles: spend a per­fect fall day in and around the city.

en­joy the most colour­ful sea­son with these five fam­ily friendly ac­tiv­i­ties

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9:00 A.M. Find fresh veg­eta­bles, pre­serves, baked good and more at one of the city’s farmer’s mar­kets, in­clud­ing the Ev­er­green Brick Works (550 Bayview Ave., ev­er­green.ca) Duf­ferin Grove (875 Duf­ferin Park Ave., duf­fer­ingrove­mar­ket.ca), So­rau­ren Park (289 So­rau­ren Ave., wes­t­end­food.coop/farmers-mar­ket), and St. Lawrence Mar­ket (93 Front St. E., st­lawrence­mar­ket.com).

11:00 A.M. Go ap­ple pick­ing, nav­i­gate an eight-acre corn maze and watch pump­kins get shot out of a can­non on a visit to Pin­gle’s Farm Mar­ket. 1805 Taun­ton Rd. E., Hamp­ton, Ont., pin­gles­far­m­mar­ket.com

3:00 P.M. Take in the fall colours with a hike along the West Hum­ber River Val­ley, the East Don Park­land, E.T. Se­ton Park, Scar­bor­ough’s Cu­dia Park, or Eto­bi­coke’s Rouge Val­ley.

5:00 P.M. Stop into Kal­en­dar for a late af­ter­noon break. The Lit­tle Italy in­sti­tu­tion of­fers a num­ber of warm­ing sea­sonal drinks, in­clud­ing mulled wine and cider. 546 Col­lege St., kal­en­dar.com

7:00 P.M. There’s no bet­ter sea­son for clas­sic Cana­dian com­fort food than au­tumn. Drop by Ban­nock for a fish and shrimp cake, cod chow­der or spinach greens mac and cheese. 401 Bay St., ban­nock­restau­rant.com

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