Harbourfront Centre’s 10-acre waterfront site visited by more than 17.5 million people annually. Why not join us there? Outdoor movies, music, food, literature, theatre, art, lectures, crafts,skating and much more at the Harbourfront Centre for you to enjoy. Where: 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto. When:check the What’s on calendar to find out what is on today and Festival and Events. Cost: most free, check event details. Continue reading Harbourfront Centre Hosts More Than 4,000 Events Annually
Mom of boy with Down syndrome shares ‘happy ending’ after birthday party exclusion Mother reaches out to family who excluded her child from a birthday party and in response got a warm invitation. We can make things as they should be! Read all about it. Continue reading Hearts and Minds Can be Opened!
Watch Movies Outdoors with a Cool Fresh Breeze off Lake Ontario Get out to the Harbourfront Centre for outdoor movies mid June until the end of August. Check the link to see what is playing. Where: 235 Queens Quay West When: 9pm start. Cost: Free. Continue reading Outdoor Movies on for the Summer
World Class Tennis in Toronto Free for Everyone! Thanks to my friend Sophia, I now know and can share with you that first weekend of international tennis tournaments, including the Roger’s Cup coming up in July in Toronto, begin with a free family weekend. Where: Aviva Centre. 1 Shoreham Drive, Toronto. Directions for getting there. When: July 23 and July 24, dates following these are all … Continue reading Roger’s Cup Family Weekend
Yippee!!! Time to Get Out and Enjoy Free Family Fun This comprehensive calendar of free family activities in the Toronto area provided by http://www.toronto4kids.com, could be just what you need to find places to make memories. Continue reading Monthly Calendar of Free Family Activities
Iman Aghay Inspirational Talk About Living Without Regrets Iman Aghay speaks from experience about why and how we can live our lives on purpose without regrets. Sit back for 15 minutes and watch him in this TED Talk given in Vancouver about how to live fully the life of our dreams. For more about Iman, read this story of establishing himself in Canada, or connect … Continue reading Right now, focus on what matters
There is some much incredible music produced by Canadians such as guitarist Jesse Cook. Here are links videos of him in performance at festivals in Canada. If you can’t get out and see him live, enjoy the streaming experience. Possibly great cure for any blues you may be feeling. Jesse Cook with Special Guest Amanda Martinez at the Luminato Festival in Toronto Jesse Cook Café Mocha, Rumba … Continue reading Canadian Guitar Firecracker!
Toronto Arts Foundation Stages Free Arts Activities in Parks Throughout the Summer See giant puppets, music, dance, storytelling, carnival, theatre, movies and much more available for the whole family to enjoy. Where: 33 parks in the City of Toronto. Search for event by location. When: Most in June, July, August, with a few in September. Search for event by date. Cost: free, some events ask for … Continue reading Arts Events in 33 Parks
Delightfully Baroque Monday, June 6 at 8pm Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Jeanne Lamon Hall 427 Bloor Street West, Toronto Directed by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins. The Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir, with soloist Peter Harvey, baritone. Musical Interlude Saturday, June 11 at 12:30pm Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park, Toronto A casual noon-hour concert of baroque chamber music by members … Continue reading Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Festival