Category : Drummers

712. January 1-15 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

We have a wide range of stimulating free or almost-free activities during this winter period. Official levees where anyone can meet our official leaders

518. Finland in Ethiopia, Ethiopia in Toronto – 2014 – with video

It was Sunday, September 27. Many people were mingling about when I arrived at the St. Mary’s Ethiopian Orthodox Church near Dufferin and Lawrence.

407. Toronto’s Caribbean Island Soul 2013

  Emmanuel Gallant writes: I just returned from my vacation in Florida when I heard about the festival “Island Soul” at Harbourfront Centre. The

403. Details India Day Festival & Parade 2013

Panorama India sent us the program for its big India Day celebration this Saturday. The following should help you plan your visit there. For

P. Anne Winter writes: This is my third year writing about Japan’s spring festival for Toronto Multicultural Calendar. It probably won’t be my last.

357. How Did I Celebrate Chinese New Year Day?

  I spent four hours, yes, four hours, at Chinatown Centre on Spadina on February 10. The band from HMC Ship York started the

353. Free or Nearly-Free Toronto Black History Month Events

The Toronto Public Library has events, all free, that give you a chance to meet some of your Black neighbours and question them about

347. Book Tickets Now for Spotlight on Japan

P. Anne Winter writes: Spotlight on Japan is a three-month cultural program, an exciting time for all Japanophiles. It goes from January 19 to

About one thousand First Nations demonstrators gathered under the banner “Idle No More” yesterday at noon hour in Yonge-Dundas Square. They were drawing attention

340. Toronto Fund Raiser for School in The Gambia

P. Anne Winter writes: Lessons on the Djembe or African drums, and exquisite beads and cards made from children’s drawings in vibrant colours, were