It’s finally March! You’ve survived our brutal winter and can now walk with an extra spring in your step. Fling off the parka and boots and head out to one or more of these springy events.

Take in the beauty of the city’s spring waterfront by heading to the beach for the fourth installment of WinterStations. The temporary exhibition, which transforms lifeguard stations into public art installations, went up on February 19 and will run until April 1. More: WinterStations

Ever wonder what Toronto’s wildlife does in the spring? Now’s your chance to find out. On March 17, Tommy Thompson Park is holding the third in a series of guidedNature Walks, where you’ll be able to check out the wildlife enjoying the first warm breezes of spring. And celebrate spring yourself. More: Nature Walks

If you’re a news junkie and/or a pop culture fanatic, you won’t want to miss AC2: An Intimate Evening with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen on March 24 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. The two media personalities – friends for years – will engage the audience in an evening of “unscripted and uncensored” conversation. More: AC2: Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen

Are you looking to get a head start on your spring home décor must-haves? March’sTrinity Bellwoods Flea Market is the event for you. Bringing together fifty of the city’s top vendors, artisans and small businesses, the free market runs March 25 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. And don’t forget to invite your furry friends. More: Trinity Bellwoods Flea Market