Category : Bazaars

733. March 8-15 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Several important events originating in other parts of the world are celebrated in Toronto this month. Except for the pow wow, they won’t be

565. Pride and Bargains at Native Christmas Craft Show – 2015

I’ve been going to the Native Canadian Christmas Craft Show for at least five years. Last Saturday, I noticed a welcome development from just

549. Christmas Bazaars Now to Christmas, 2015

My favourite Christmas shopping places are the Christmas bazaars found in churches and community centres from now until Christmas. These places are full of

489. Bastille Day – 2015

“Toronto will feel like France on July 12! Come celebrate the French national holiday at David Pecaut square (215 King Street West). Featuring gastronomy,

479. June 21 National Aboriginal Day Events – 2015

Ruth writes:  This year we have several important free Aboriginal Day events to which all of us are invited. On June 18-20 is the

458. Future Dragons’ Den Pitchers – 2015

Ruth writes: The idea was brilliant. Maybe the City of Toronto or CBC could encourage such a fair too. Last Sunday 110 children ages

454. Identifying Flags from Nevruz Countries in Toronto – 2015

Ruth writes: I especially wanted to go to one of my favourites, the Nevruz Spring Festival at the Nile Academy. This festival is great

502. Pictures of Laotian Summer Festival 2014

Ruth writes: I must admit I went largely because I was curious. Why would a Laotian temple — which has large grounds of its

Art, entertainment and games. This is another chance to be immersed in the Muslim culture of Toronto. You can talk with women wearing full

466. 4th Annual Narooz Behnam Bazaar 2014

Ruth writes: I love ethnic bazaars. I went earlier today and this bazaar was lovely. It was small but it had some exquisite goodies.