Sorry, but our exceptionally cold weather this year has cut our big, outdoor new year celebration in Nathan Phillips Square down to thirty minutes.
Many of the following free events are indoors but some are out of doors during this Christmas period: a new ice rink to experience,
A First Nations 101, a scandal in France caused by Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, a European art collection at the AGO, and Palestine and
Creative Algorithms: from Islamic Art to Digital Media and a handbell concert in the Egyptian Coptic Cathedral; Louis Riel Day and Moroccan flag raisings;
England, Latin America, Eid ul-Adha, Hot and Spicy Foods, Serbia and Tibet inspired the upcoming events this weekend in Toronto. Most of these are
People who live on the far edges of downtown Toronto might find some of the following events easier to get to. Afro-Caribbean. 6th Annual
Brazil, England, First Nations, India, Japan, and Russia have inspired cultural events in Toronto this week. You can meet and talk with Israelis and
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
I expect to be on medical leave for the next couple of weeks. So here is what I have so far for May 18-22.
Here are some more May and summer events that illustrate what many of us like to do no matter what our heritage culture is;