Toronto has many opportunities to learn different dance styles. Here are a few. And don’t forget about our native pow wows. You can usually
You might have to queue in the cold, but the Canadian Opera Company’s Free Concert Series should be worth it. They do have some
Ruth writes: the Afro-Carib Fest is at the Scarborough Centre Subway Station. It looks like fun, is easy to get to, and it’s free.
Ruth writes: This is billed as: “a focus on ‘New Voices: A view of African music from a Canadian perspective’. The artistic works will
Ruth writes: This is one of the many free or almost-free diverse cultural events in multicultural Toronto this weekend. Enjoy!
Ruth writes: It’s such a joy going to Harbourfront these days. You don’t have to wait in the cold on Bay Street
Copyright ©2013 Ruth Lor Malloy Ruth writes: Except for one minute, I thoroughly enjoyed myself at AfroFest earlier this month. I spent two
Emmanuel Gallant attended the free Muhtadi International Drumming Festival at Woodbine Park earlier this month. At its 14th annual edition, he found a sparkling
This weekend has so many exciting events that I haven’t been able to mention all of them in www.torontomulticularcalendar.com. You’ll find: The Iranian
The Toronto Public Library has events, all free, that give you a chance to meet some of your Black neighbours and question them about