Category : Child Friendly

634. Another Turkish International Children’s Day – April 16, 2016

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Like most of my friends, I’m yearning for Easter this year, mainly because warmer weather isn’t expected to start until then. It will be

P. Anne Winter writes: This is my third year writing about Japan’s spring festival for Toronto Multicultural Calendar. It probably won’t be my last.

357. How Did I Celebrate Chinese New Year Day?

  I spent four hours, yes, four hours, at Chinatown Centre on Spadina on February 10. The band from HMC Ship York started the

355. Yesterday’s LunarFest at Harbourfront

Many Chinese New Year celebrations are aimed at Toronto’s Chinese. Harbourfront’s LunarFest is for everybody and it’s entirely in English. It’s participatory. You can

336. Images from Winchevsky’s School’s Hanukkah Celebration

What can a Gentile or non-Jew expect at a Hanukkah celebration? I really enjoyed the recent one at the Winchevsky School. Everybody was friendly

326. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free Nov. 17-18 Multicultural Weekend

  This weekend, our giant Santa Claus parade marches and waves it way through downtown Toronto. Our 60 ft. (18.29 metre)-high Christmas tree gets

321. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free November 10-11, 2012 Multicultural Weekend

  Major events this weekend are the Reel Asian International Film Festival, Diwali and Remembrance Day. But there are other gems as well for

293. Multicultural CNE 2012 August 17-September 3

  The Canadian National Exhibition this year will continue to have Toronto-based ethnic and international entertainment on its International Stage. It will be, as