Brazil, England, First Nations, India, Japan, and Russia have inspired cultural events in Toronto this week. You can meet and talk with Israelis and
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,
Wow! Spring really is here. Festivals and trees are blossoming all over the GTA. This first week of May and the rest of the
Variations on the Mardi Gras theme. Another New Year event. A language few of us have ever heard of. An outdoor festival in February.
Most New Year’s parties and events are outside our price range. Here are a few affordable and interesting events that reflect Toronto’s cultural diversity.
It’s not easy taking pictures for you in some “ethnic” supermarkets. Sometimes I get permission from management, but frequently I can’t – not even
Ruth writes: No kidding. I chose to go to this festival in early August because it advertised “Special Community Tents (Chinese, Persian, Korean, Russian,…)”.
I was excited when I heard that daughter Linda had visited the South-Western Bathhouse in exotic Etobicoke. Although a bath at $30 costs more
From Maggie on Orthodox Holy Saturday My friend told me there will be a parade on Henry St – can you confirm the details?
Lucky Tatar children. Three Santa Clauses showed up to give them gifts at the Tatar Old New Year party this past weekend. Of course