Category : Israel

807. January 25-31 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Black Canadian artists, Buddha’s Enlightenment Day, stories from Canada’s Chinese diaspora and a Cameroon immigrant, and a Night of Ideas from France. Have you

799. December 5-13 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

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

797. November 28-December 4 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Christmas dominates this period. A Danish church has a Santa Lucia pageant and Christians observe Advent. A European book club studies Sophie Divry’s Madame

795. Santa Claus Parade, Ethical Italian Cuisine & Palestinian Discussions Among November 15-20 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Creative Algorithms: from Islamic Art to Digital Media and a handbell concert in the Egyptian Coptic Cathedral; Louis Riel Day and Moroccan flag raisings;

776.  Affordable Events Aug. 17-21 in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Here are a few of the many free or nearly-free events expressive of Multicultural Toronto this week. It would be nice if all of

770. July 21-26. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Brazil, England, First Nations, India, Japan, and Russia have inspired cultural events in Toronto this week. You can meet and talk with Israelis and

755. May 10-17 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Here are some more May and summer events that illustrate what many of us like to do no matter what our heritage culture is;

754. Multicultural Toronto – May, 2017

Wow!  Spring really is here. Festivals and trees are blossoming all over the GTA. This first week of May and the rest of the

716. January 21-29, etc. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

We’re putting Chinese New Year’s events in a separate blog because there are so many. In the meantime, here are a few affordable items

696. October 19-23 Events Reflective of Multicultural Toronto – 2016.

Halloween celebrations, revealing Inter-faith and First Nations history, Multicultural Israel and a charming Japanese film are among Toronto’s interesting, free or almost-free events in