Ruth writes: Please let me know about any upcoming June ethnic event open to the public before our deadline for the month June 10. Please send us a poster that includes its name, date, time, venue, price, and website. Email us a picture illustrating the event and a detailed program schedule as well. Do not provide information about events that cost $20 or more as we promote only free or nearly-free events. We do not want to hear of events unless they promote cultural diversity and multiculturalism in Toronto.
If we are interested in Information arriving after June 10 and have time to post it, we will probably only tweet it on www.twitter.com/torontomulticul. I will be in situations without dependable Wi-Fi that month and without access to my files. I will also be away for a couple weeks at a time in late August and late October. The earlier we receive your information, the more possibility we can help you, and our readers.
Torontomulticulturalcalendar.com is dedicated to promoting events that help all people enjoy other national cultures. We want to encourage a feeling of community, of neighbourliness in Toronto.Our goals is to give individuals an opportunity to talk – yes to talk – to each other – which is something that seems to go against the grain of Torontonians who appear to be too shy to relate to other strangers.
We do not charge for promoting such events. We are privately financed but only have one part-time staff member. We regret that we cannot publicize all qualified events. We will be back in town in late June, but we will be away again from about August 12 to 26. Contact us at: email@example.com. Many thanks.
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