Category : Child Friendly

282. Tatar Festival, a Report.

Where is Tatarstan? How many Tatars live in Toronto? Why did they come? What language do they speak? What are their national games? Do

281. Chinese Neighbourhood Canada Day 2012

  For those of you (like me) who want to plan their day, here’s the latest on the 19th Annual Neighbours’ Together on Canada

264. Carassauga Festival, One of GTA’s Best

  With 60 countries represented in 26 pavilions at 12 locations across Mississauga, this is a not-to-be missed multicultural event. Festivals in other parts

  Arriving late, I missed the national anthems of Turkey, Canada and Macedonia. In addition to the Turks and Macedonians, there were other performers:

On Saturday, April 28, Harbourfront Centre is co-producing a Bulgarian Festival with the Bulgarian Arts Festival. The free events are: Children/Family Programming in the

218. Chinese New Year in Toronto

    January 23 this year is the first day of the Chinese New Year but the celebrating has already started. A lot more

An impressive display of non-stop performances and culinary delights highlighted this double festival. Also pleasing visitors were activity booths and crafts. Children and adults