Category : Ireland

768. Saturday, July 8. Orange Parade. 2017

This parade comes with a lot of history reaching back to 17th Century Europe. The Orange Order is a Protestant fraternal organization based in

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

762. June 10-18 and Beyond. Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto -2017

This week you’ll find events here that could bring together all kinds of people through a mutual love of art, books, family, food, health,

759. May 23 to the End of May and Beyond – 2017

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

751. April 17 – 24  the World in Toronto – 2017

You can experience an art exhibition, concerts, film, exotic food, and a play among the many affordable events in Multicultural Toronto during this period.

749. Japan April 7, 20 & 28 etc., and Ireland April 7 & 8 in Multicultural Toronto 2017

Japan: Everyone is invited to Japan Foundation’s free films but reservations required 416-966-1600 X 229. Tenpyo Art Screening Series plus Artist’s Talk In conjunction

734. Winner of Free Tickets to Ireland’s Rhythm of the Dance – March 17, 2017

We want to thank Rhythm of the Dance for offering our readers two free tickets last month to its show at the Sony Centre

733. March 8-15 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Several important events originating in other parts of the world are celebrated in Toronto this month. Except for the pow wow, they won’t be

727. February 15-22 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

It’s still Black History Month so we’ve mentioned a couple Black History events but we’ve also chosen a few other public gatherings that you

726. Two Free Tickets to Irish Show at Sony Centre – March 17, 2017

I was in Ireland last year hoping to experience genuine Irish music in its home country. Alas, I only found it in pubs that