I had decided to get a jump on March Break in Toronto. (That may be better known as "spring break" in the USA. The province calls it the "mid-winter break", but no-one else seems to use that term).
Then I realized the 2015 March Break week includes St. Patrick's Day, so there were really two articles to write.
The 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Toronto
These Sunday events take place just before March Break week.
2015 March Break in Toronto
Of course the main focus covers the week days; but some programs also spill over into the following weekend.
That's actually a great thing, since parents may have trouble taking time from work to escort their children during the work week.
To Repeat a Writing Tip
Research multiple topics at once, if they all pop up in the same source material.
In my case, one Toronto museum had planned some St. Patrick's Day activities; more had special activities for March Break.
So I decided to research both at once, keeping separate notes.
Although I haven't yet written about the museum event honouring St. Patrick's Day, it was quite productive for me to spend one session researching multiple topics. Probably more efficient that starting multiple "research, then write" sessions, in my view.
Your results may vary! What you might gain from studying one web site's variety of programs may be lost if your notes get sloppy. And it's not likely to help if you research multiple school assignments at once; not if you're trying to learn and explain new concepts in your essays.
But in some cases, you may find that researching several topics in one web site is efficient. There is a discipline, and your skill can improve, if you try it a few times.
Thanks for reading this writing tip, even if it's posted a second time because I researched the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Toronto at the same time as the 2015 March Break in Toronto.