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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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Where can we find information about supporting our mosques with “Rings of Peace”? Where can we express displeasure at attacks on multiculturalism? Holy Blossom Temple organized some protective rings on February 3 around seven Toronto mosques. Several…

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Image of Cardiff Castle from St. David’s Day Concert Poster.  http://www.welshchoir.ca.

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This African art show opening looks interesting. I’m not sure what it’s about but it could be clothing designs.  Please let us know your opinion if you go. It’s free. 974 Bloor St. West. Its website doesn’t seem to work but it’s  http://www.afrikima.com.…

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Variations on the Mardi Gras theme. Another New Year event. A language few of us have ever heard of. An outdoor festival in February. These are some of the offerings this week that are free or almost free in Multicultural Toronto that anyone can join.…

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It’s still Black History Month so we’ve mentioned a couple Black History events but we’ve also chosen a few other public gatherings that you might find interesting. These include a visit to a Ukrainian Seniors Home and a Muslim Food Fest. If you like…

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I was in Ireland last year hoping to experience genuine Irish music in its home country. Alas, I only found it in pubs that were too noisy and crowded we couldn’t hear it. So $55 is a bargain, especially with a 15% discount.  Even better, the first person…

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Ruth writes: I spent a week in early December in New Orleans and loved it. I was therefore delighted to discover that its Mardi Gras is being celebrated in Toronto on February 25 – well at least some of the music, the masks, and probably its yummy…

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You can experience aspects of four continents in Toronto this week, some for free. Black History Month. Kuumba continues February 11 and 12. Free. Program includes Spirit of Calypso, Shak Shak, Jamaican Beef Patty, Viola Desmond, films, family story…

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You can help too. If you wish, you can send donations to help the families with funeral expenses and any support they need: https://www.gofundme.com/quebecmosque . SoundVision.com is a U.S.-based Muslim organization which has been sending out advice to…

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Toronto is full of events that link us to the outside world and countries that have given us our many wonderful citizens. We are grateful to those who have enriched our lives. Here are a few of our free or nearly-free upcoming events and their national…
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