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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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Are you wondering what you can do to help the approximately 300,000 Rohingyas who have had to flee for their lives from their homes in Myanmar? On another note, what can be more official about the world in Toronto than to have a national flag fluttering…
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Ever hear of a Kitchi Blanket, Bob Dylon, or Sufi Whirling? A fluvial parade in honour of the Virgin of Penafrancia at Bluffers Park with Toronto Police escort? Do you know the woman in the statue in High Park? Here’s a chance to find out and to add Mali…
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A charming Celtic festival in a park and Chinese dragon boat races with multi-racial crews; Ethiopian-Canadians showcasing their world and food; a launch of three books set in Finland  and a celebration of 50 years of Irish culture in Toronto; a…
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England, Latin America, Eid ul-Adha, Hot and Spicy Foods, Serbia and Tibet inspired the upcoming events this weekend in Toronto. Most of these are free or almost free. Canada. Labour Day. This holiday originally supported workers. It still does as workers…
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People who live on the far edges of downtown Toronto might find some of the following events easier to get to. Afro-Caribbean. 6th Annual Scarborough Afro-CaribFest. August 26-27. 12-9pm. Free entry. Albert Campbell Square, Scarborough Civic Centre. The…
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You might want to consider Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market as one of the many events we have in this city’s mosaic of cultures.  This weekend, I’ve also included the Coconut Festival because coconuts are not normally grown here. They have however…
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August 19: 12:00pm – 11:00pm; August 20: 11:00am – 8:00pm. Free. West side of Spadina Avenue (between St Andrew St & Sullivan St). Performances, lion dances, multicultural food vendors, guided Chinatown Tour.  See:…
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Multicultural. Open Streets Toronto. Check out the website below for multicultural opportunities on Bloor and Yonge during our car-free pedestrian-only opportunity to enjoy our Cultural Corridor and downtown streets. Look especially for the Activity Hub…
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Here are a few of the many free or nearly-free events expressive of Multicultural Toronto this week. It would be nice if all of us can get out to enjoy our summer weather as well as events with their roots in five different continents. Africa. Cameroon.…
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We are all over the world map again this week. Lucky us. And most events are free or almost free so we can explore our culturally diverse world  without a passport or airplane ticket. The hard part is choosing where to go. Africa. Multicultural. Habari…
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