A visit from one of Tibet’s main religious leaders. An opportunity to take selfies with GTA residents in heritage costumes from 20 different countries
Here are some more May and summer events that illustrate what many of us like to do no matter what our heritage culture is;
The world is indeed in Toronto and you can experience it without a visa or a plane ticket or spending very much money. Canada,
You can experience an art exhibition, concerts, film, exotic food, and a play among the many affordable events in Multicultural Toronto during this period.
China. Ching Ming/Qing Ming. Much activity the weeks before and after April 5 in cemeteries with a large Chinese population like Elgin Mills Cemetery,
March 28. 7-8pm;. $20. Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park. https://www.rom.on.ca/en/whats-on/annual-lecture-on-chinese-art-culture. Featured image of ancient jade courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum.
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.