We have a wide range of stimulating free or almost-free activities during this winter period. Official levees where anyone can meet our official leaders
This month we have two major religious festivals on December 25, Christmas and the beginning of the Jewish Hanukkah. Christmas December 25 is Toronto’s
I’m finding a lot of interest in Torontonians looking for a refugee family to share their Christmas dinner. More resources are available this year
A Japanese Santa Claus? Find out for yourself this Sunday, December 13 at the Japanese-Canadian Cultural Centre Winter Festival. Entry $5. http://bit.ly/21RiQt3 Interested in
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
“I’d like to host a family of newcomers at Christmas,” wrote reader Tracey recently, “but can’t seem to find an organization that handles this.
One of our most beautiful Christmas customs is the Santa Lucia pageant, this year at 1 and 3pm on both days of this festival.
The commercial side of Christmas explodes in Toronto this weekend with the Santa Claus parade. If I go, it’s to see just how multiracial
My favourite Christmas shopping places are the Christmas bazaars found in churches and community centres from now until Christmas. These places are full of
12:15 pm, Monday December 8th. Lunchtime concert at Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave., University of Toronto. Linda Falvy sings Medieval Songs spanning the