Lots happening that’s free or nearly free and multicultural this weekend. I hope the weather improves. Check for cancellations.
On Saturday, June 2, Toronto will have a rare visit of a genuine Roman Catholic saint, Maria Goretti who died in 1902 in Italy trying to defend herself from rape. The Koreans will be at Christie Pits park, the Italians at Yonge-Dundas Square, and multicultural Parkdale will have a community Open House.
Thorncliffe Park will have a story-telling festival, and the public library at College and Bathurst will celebrate Chinese arts. In Vaughan, the Italians will have a flag raising and reception at Vaughan’s city hall.
On Sunday, there will be Culturama at Centennial College, the 17th Annual Israel Day Festival, and in Dufferin Mall, a Portuguese Youth Folklore Festival. The opening ceremony of the Jewish Music Week will be in Nathan Phillip’s Square.
For details, click on www.torontomulticulturalcalendar.com and for easier reading, make sure you have “upcoming” in the top left corner. Let me know if you get to any of these events.