Dancing is one of my favourite ice-breakers, a great opportunity for fans of Multicultural Toronto to meet other people. It’s healthy too. You can
You can experience aspects of four continents in Toronto this week, some for free. Black History Month. Kuumba continues February 11 and 12. Free.
We have primarily Caribbean events but also African, African-Canadian, Laotian, Filipino, and Polynesian festivals. Please let us know of any more gems in free
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: We are happy to reprint press releases about free or nearly-free multicultural events if they include detailed information like this one about
Ruth writes: It’s a big mystery to me. Why did the July 23 Star give almost full-page, page three, front-section prominence to a Hindu
Ruth writes: It’s such a joy going to Harbourfront these days. You don’t have to wait in the cold on Bay Street
Ruth writes: The 16 or so Sainte Famille Choir members started out wearing conservative choir gowns. They looked solemn and sang beautifully. With a
Emmanuel Gallant writes: Have you ever been to the largest multicultural festival in Ontario? This year Carassauga was celebrating its 29th birthday. On this