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806. January 20-25 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Tea and music in a yurt. A charming video starring the Toronto Tabla Youth Ensemble. Two Robbie Burns Day celebrations. Escaping slavery on the

772.  July 27 – August 6. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Take your pick. An Asian night market or a stimulating ride on the nostalgic Freedom Train? How about a ceremony lighting up the CN

765. June 28-July 3 & Canada Day. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

On July 1, most Canadians will celebrate a very special birthday called Canada 150. It’s been 150 years since the fathers of Canada’s confederation

702. November 14-20 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

Here are some free or almost-free events to amuse or educate you in our diverse city. Celts. Celtic Studies Speakers Series present “The Invisible

686. September 2-7 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

Here are just a few of the free events this weekend reflective of our culturally-diverse city. Heritage backgrounds and origins include England, Ethiopia, Hispanic,

684. August 25-28 and Later Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

If you are interested in cultures in Toronto from Brazil, Cuba, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Syria, and/or Taiwan, mark your calendar now for the

682. August 19-21 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016.

Ruth writes: The hard part is to choose from this abundance of riches. Please mark your calendar now. Afro-Carib Festival. Aug. 20-21. Free. Albert

555. COC Free Concert Series – November 24, 2015  – January 12, 2016

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

July 4 & 5 Afrofest – 2015

        Ruth writes: This is one of the many free or almost-free diverse cultural events in multicultural  Toronto this weekend.  Enjoy!

326. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free Nov. 17-18 Multicultural Weekend

  This weekend, our giant Santa Claus parade marches and waves it way through downtown Toronto. Our 60 ft. (18.29 metre)-high Christmas tree gets