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Free and almost-free events in the City of Toronto
Free and almost-free events in the City of Toronto

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During this season, I’ve found several traditional Toronto events that are worth while considering for multicultural fans. I aim for food for the mind and soul, for fun and contemplation. Events listed here are mostly free or almost-free. They are not…

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“The daughter of the legendary South-African jazz singer Thandie Klaasen, Lorraine is one of the last artists to preserve the classic sound of Township Music.” December 3. 9pm. $10-$15. Spadina Theatre, 24 Spadina Road. (Alliance-Francaise).  In…

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Even though the cold weather has finally arrived, we still have a lot of cultural events to enjoy. Most are places to meet new friends. But don’t forget the outdoors. The following events range from free to almost-free. Black History. Plaque Unveiling:…

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I hope you can find something of interest to do in this fascinating city of ours. Most of the following events are free or $5. Black History. Welcome to Blackhurst Street. Open now Thursday to Sunday until November 27. 12 noon to 6pm. Free. Exhibition…

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Here are some free or almost-free events to amuse or educate you in our diverse city. Celts. Celtic Studies Speakers Series present “The Invisible Irish”  a talk by Dr. Rankin Sherling followed by the launch of Dr. Sherling’s book The Invisible Irish:…

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This is another rich period of free or almost-free events representing Toronto’s many cultures. The following are just the ones we’ve heard about. There are more. Please keep sending us posters of events that make Toronto multicultural and tell your…

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I just spent a week in the province of Guizhou in southwest China. It’s a region of  mountains, rice terraces and tiny dilapidated but charming villages. Low-hung clouds turned many landscape views into living Chinese paintings for us.  China officially…

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Here are a few of the many events in our city that reflect our multiculturalism. Tell your friends about them. Subscribe to our newsletter above so you won’t miss any in the future. Take part in them. Enjoy and learn about our world through them. Balkan…

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This period’s events seem to be dominated by Toronto’s Halloween and Mexico’s Day of the Dead.  Fans of free or nearly-free gatherings in Multicultural Toronto can also experience the British Isles Show, Diwali, Arabic music, miniature Japanese bonsai…

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What is it? This was our first reaction to the striking monument Linda Malloy photographed this week on Lake Shore Boulevard near the overpass by Palais Royale. We just had to take a look at it ourselves. The design was imaginative. It was a large wooden…
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