Category : Buddhist

728. February 22–28 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto- 2017.

Variations on the Mardi Gras theme. Another New Year event. A language few of us have ever heard of. An outdoor festival in February.

722. February 1-8 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Toronto is full of events that link us to the outside world and countries that have given us our many wonderful citizens. We are

715. January 11-18 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Here are a few of the many stimulating events inspired by the world that we can  find in Multicultural Toronto. Believe me, there are

704. December 2-6 and Beyond. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016.

Even though the cold weather has finally arrived, we still have a lot of cultural events to enjoy. Most are places to meet new

695. October 11-17. Free or almost-free events reflective of Multicultural Toronto- 2016

Here are some of the stimulating events we have found so far.  Please let us know of others. Azerbaijani Dance Café. Saturday October 15.

676. August 1, 5-7 Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto – 2016

This coming week’s events include Black history, Bolivia, Buddhist, Greek, Indian, japan, Latin, Christian, Jamaican and Multicultural. Black History. OBHS Freedom Festival! Celebrating August

652. Buddha’s Birthday – May 15, 2016

I’m not a Buddhist but I went to the Zen Buddhist Big Birthday Celebration three years ago. It was a lot of fun and

I neglected to tell you about the Lao festival earlier this month but there’s another one coming up soon. The Tuckbath of Boon Phra

471. Buddha’s Birthday, Bonnie Crombie, and Rohingya

Ruth writes: I used to suggest that visiting a Buddhist temple during a festival was the best time for newcomers to learn about Buddhism.

466. Doors Open May 23 and 24 — 2015

Ruth writes: I look forward every year to the Doors Open opportunities coming up again this weekend. It gives me a chance to just