Ruth writes: the Afro-Carib Fest is at the Scarborough Centre Subway Station. It looks like fun, is easy to get to, and it’s free.
We have a full weekend of free or nearly-free cultural events that show off Toronto’s diversity. It starts on Thursday morning with
Wow. How can anyone possibly choose what to do from this weekend’s amazing variety of free or nearly-free events? And all of them
This coming weekend too, there will be lots of opportunity to experience multicultural Toronto’s free or nearly-free events. On Friday, the Taste of
For people interested in free or nearly free events that showcase Toronto’s amazing diversity, this weekend is another treasure-trove. Italian Heritage Month continues
The Khalsa Day event was fantastic as usual. The Sikhs are so well organized. At the CNE, volunteers served great vegetarian food to
Free Israeli, British, Roma, Bulgarian, Burmese, Buddhist, & Sikh events are on this weekend. In addition there’s International Dance Day and the documentary
Sandra McCallum recently went with Ruth to a festival at Sri Ayyappan Hindu Temple in Scarborough. She writes: As we entered the temple,
From now until the end of April, multicultural Toronto will be celebrating Orthodox Easter, and the Sikh’s Khalsa Day Parade. Passover continues until April
On Wednesday March 7 or Thursday, March 8, Toronto Hindus will be celebrating the festival of Holi, Gaura Purnima. It is a religious festival.