Another potpourri of stimulating events reflecting Toronto’s diverse cultures awaits you. Several are free. Baltic. Opening of the exhibition “Sharing Our Stories: The Baltic
Variations on the Mardi Gras theme. Another New Year event. A language few of us have ever heard of. An outdoor festival in February.
You can experience aspects of four continents in Toronto this week, some for free. Black History Month. Kuumba continues February 11 and 12. Free.
Toronto is full of events that link us to the outside world and countries that have given us our many wonderful citizens. We are
The Chinese/Lunar New Year/Spring Festival Year of the Rooster begins Saturday, January 28. Chinese-speakers represent about 12% of Toronto’s population so you can be
During this season, I’ve found several traditional Toronto events that are worth while considering for multicultural fans. I aim for food for the mind
I hope you can find something of interest to do in this fascinating city of ours. Most of the following events are free or
I just spent a week in the province of Guizhou in southwest China. It’s a region of mountains, rice terraces and tiny dilapidated but
Many cities in the world are finding multiculturalism a burden. Please show your friends how lucky we are with our vast number of interesting,
This week has several free or nearly-free events reflective of our culturally-diverse city. Heritage backgrounds and origins include Celtic, Chinese, Egyptian, Japanese, Macedonian, Muslim,