Spring Sale!

Spring is here and get prepared with some new and stylish eyewear. We have many options available for all your visual needs. Get some new prescription sunglasses, distance glasses for driving or watching those newly released movies, reading glasses for that book you wanted to read or at your computer to get all that work done, and we even have lenses that will protect you from high energy blue light. Taking care of your vision and eye health while ensuring a comfortable visit is our highest priority!

Visit any of our Kodak Lens Vision Centres and when you purchase a complete pair (frame and Kodak Lenses), get 15% off your first pair and 30% off your second pair!

Third, fourth or more pairs will be discounted at 30% off. Promotion is from March 1 to 31, 2024. Please see in store for full details.

How are you going to spend your spring this year? Toronto has so many outdoor activities to explore and we included some great local hiking trails. With the help from blogTO, we have seleted our top 3 from their list of “5 gorgeous trails near Toronto for spring hiking“.

1. Mono Cliffs Provincial Park: Mono Cliffs Provincial Park is located near Orangeville on the Bruce Trail at 795086 3rd Line EHS, Shelburne, ON L9W 5Y2, and has some of the best hiking trails for some amazing views to experience. You will definitely see the giant rock walls and spring colours. You will also see the diverse ferns and cedars while walking through a canyon on the spillway trail. It is open all year-round for day-use visits.

 
2. Rouge National Urban Park: Rouge National Urban Park spans approximately 79 sq km and is Toronto’s “people park” with so much to discover. Located at 1749 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5W8, the park’s trails cover forests, thickets, meadows, wetlands, rivers and agricultural landscapes, which is known as the largest urban park in North America. With plenty of hiking trails ranging in difficulty, you’ll get a chance to do a guided walk, paddle the river and marsh, host a family/friend picnic or even photograph animal habitats. The park is home to Canada’s rarest ecosystems, with nearly 2,000 species of plants and animals.
 
 
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3. Smokey Hollow: Don’t be mistaken by the multiple names for Smokey Hollow Falls, which can also be known as Grindstone, Waterdown or Great Falls. All these names describe the same beautiful ribbon waterfall in its leafy forest setting that flows from Grindstone Creek in Waterdown. Located at 80 Mill St S, Waterdown, ON L0R 1R0, the park is known as the city of waterfalls. Hamilton is one of the best places to visit to see the 10 metre tall cascade, especially during spring time. Smokey Hollow in Waterdown once used to power a local sawmill, the falls are now the centre of a beautifully rehabilitated park land. The Great Falls loop is 3.5 km hike (with a 1.1 km side trail option) that is part of the Bruce Trail. A steep hill and steps are part of this walk that takes you from the forest to the top of the Niagara Escarpment. Remember to bring your phone to get that perfect outdoor selfie or KODAK moment.
 
 
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