337. Dec. 15-16 Free or Nearly-free Multicultural Toronto Events

This weekend Hanukkah, and the Christmas Flower Shows at Allan Gardens and Centennial Park continue. COBA has an open house with demo African dance classes, performances and a fund-raising pancake breakfast. Friendly people with no commercial agenda will be handing out free Gifts for Strangers in Nathan Phillips Square.

Angels for Sale at Loew’s Christmas Market. Copyright ©2012 Ruth Lor Malloy

Yorkminster Baptist and many other churches will have carol sings or other Christmas musical events either free or Pay-What-You-Can. You might have to pay for food and Hanukkah. An exhibition of Creches Across the World will start at St. James Cathedral and continue to January 6.

Toronto’s several historic museums will be decorated in Victorian style and charging $10 max for adults, and less for children. A list is at: http://bit.ly/tmX5wg. Ice-skating is free at City of Toronto rinks and Harbourfront. See: http://www.toronto.ca/parks/skating/outdoor-rinks.htm.

Ice Skating at Harbourfront. Copyright ©2012 Ruth Lor Malloy





Other details like links, addresses, times, prices and schedules are or will be in our www.torontomulticulturalcalendar.com . Please let us know if we’ve missed any free or nearly-free events. Our email is: ruthlormalloy@gmail.com . We will try to add other events as soon as you inform us about them. We are anxious to hear your reaction to these events. And do let me know of mistakes or if you disagree with my choices. Keep visiting: www.torontomulticulturalcalendar.com

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