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765. June 28-July 3 & Canada Day. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

On July 1, most Canadians will celebrate a very special birthday called Canada 150. It’s been 150 years since the fathers of Canada’s confederation

764. 1000 Sri Lankan Dancers and 150 Singers. June 24, 2017

I just received the poster for this free, exciting Sri Lankan Canada 150 event for Saturday, June 24. Ruth. Save

763. June 20-28 and Beyond. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

These are just a few of the many events this week expressing Toronto’s famous diversity. The problem will be choosing where you want to

762. June 10-18 and Beyond. Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto -2017

This week you’ll find events here that could bring together all kinds of people through a mutual love of art, books, family, food, health,

761.  June 7-13 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Baltics, China, Greece, Philippines and Portugal are among the regions and countries from which these free or nearly-free Toronto events this week have their

760.  June 1-7 and Other Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

June is Italian Heritage Month and Aboriginal Culture Month. This week, drums from many countries start vibrating in Woodbine Park, inspiring us all to

759. May 23 to the End of May and Beyond – 2017

A visit from one of Tibet’s main religious leaders. An opportunity to take selfies with GTA residents in heritage costumes from 20 different countries

758. Netherlands Royalty in Toronto – May 17, 2017

HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCESS MARGRIET OF THE NETHERLANDS AND PROFESSOR PIETER VAN VOLLENHOVEN will visit the 48th Highlanders of Canada, in order to commemorate

757. May 18-22  Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto – 2017

I expect to be on medical leave for the next couple of weeks. So here is what I have so far for May 18-22.

756. Exhibit from Amsterdam’s Anne Frank House May 7 and 28, 2017

Jewish. Netherlands. The Anne Frank House was at the top of my list of places to visit in Amsterdam last year. Alas, the queues