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Welcome to TorontoMulticulturalCalendar.com/blog, the tell-all blog about Toronto’s free or almost free festivals and events that express this city’s cultural diversity. Here you can learn

Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights this year is on November 10 and 11. Like Christmas, this favourite festival is celebrated in many locations

What do flowers have to do with Multicultural Toronto?  This Blog is not just concerned with folk dancing groups and multi-faith issues.  We also

I went to Thorncliffe Park Public School on October 1 to find out for myself who these Sex Education protesters were and what they

Netherlands Bazaar, Sat. October 3, 2015. 9am-10pm. Thornhill Community Centre, 7755 Bayview Ave. Thornhill. Fund raiser every other year to help needy families of

CULTURAL WALKING TOUR THIS SUNDAY Spadina Synagogue Walk Sunday, October 4 | 9:30 – 11:30 am FREE! Stroll through old Jewish Spadina and visit

Ruth writes: Religion and extreme weather?  Apocalypse coming soon?  How can faith communities respond to climate change?  Please keep reading. Torontomulticulturalcalendar.com attempts to bring

Ruth writes: we just heard that “best-selling Parsi author Thrity Umrigar will be speaking at the University of Toronto at Mississauga (3359 Mississauga Road,

  The Organizing Committee has just informed us that “The Scarborough Community Multicultural Festival originally planned for September 26 has a new Date and

529. Serbian Food Festival Report – 2015

Ruth writes: Trying new and different cuisines is one of the joys of Toronto. I heard about the recent Serbian food festival from a

Ruth writes: Our Inbox has been full of some exciting events. Please share your impressions with us if you go to any multicultural event