The following events are free except where indicated. Where food is available, you might have to pay extra for it. We’re starting our
July 1, Canada’s national day in Toronto is a many-splendoured thing. For those fans of ethnic culture lucky enough to be in town,
I was at the Royal Ontario Museum’s Iranian Heritage Day on Saturday. It was wonderful. I stayed there from 11am to 5.
This coming weekend May 25-27, there’s Doors Open, an opportunity to visit any of 135 buildings including a Turkish mosque, an exquisite Tibetan
It was my first Fire Festival. I was expecting to see mainly men jump over a big bonfire like acrobats. Instead, I found
Nowruz, the Iranian New Year and the beginning of spring in Toronto is March 20 at 1:15 am. The celebrations start, however, on
It was so refreshing to be reminded that there’s more to Iraq, Syria and Yemen than fighting and suicide bombers. Last Saturday, at North
This weekend is Halloween. This festival is on my web-site because I think it would be nice if our immigrants understood something about Toronto