For music, fashion, food and fun South Asian style for the everyone, come out to the 10th annual desiFEST. Take a peek at what the vibe at desi 2015 was like. Where: Yonge-Dundas Square. When: Ticketed events are on Wednesday the 25th and Friday the 27th. All day Saturday 10am to 10pm . Cost: Wednesday and Friday check events link above for fees. All day Saturday 10am to 10pm … Continue reading desiFEST is Here!!!
Festivals and Events Ontario Time to dream and plan for music, dance, theatre, food, art, collectibles, architecture, Aboriginal culture, fairs, outdoor activities this summer in Ontario fro people of all ages. Cities and town are bursting with activities for everyone. If you the choices are too much for you, check out the top 100. Where: Throughout Ontario, check the link to browse by type of event, … Continue reading 100’s of Festivals: So Many Free!
Excellent cross section of modern family life in Canada profiles a number of different families. Life really is so good! Continue reading What is family life like in Canada today?
Join Jane’s Walks in honor the legacy of Jane Jacobs, in Toronto neighborhoods from April to the end July. Get together to know the beauty and texture of where we are and imagine what we want this home of ours to be in this citizen led walks. Themes include architecture, animals, activism, art, citizenry, commerce, community, design, film, food, gardening, gender, health, heritage, international issues, literature, military, … Continue reading Get to Know Toronto on Jane’s Walks
Arts Etobicoke In the spirit of making art accessible to all, Saturday afternoon classes are offered in all media for all ages. Registration required for these 4 to 6 week courses with up to 10 participants. After-School Art Drop-In programs both in the gallery and in North Etobicoke also available. Call 416-622-8731, ext 224 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register or to volunteer. Or sign-up for our Saturday Art Class … Continue reading Art and Music Classes on Saturday Afternoons
With a staggering 100 branches and extensive electronic resources, the Toronto Public Library has something to offer everyone seeking to learn, relax and have a mental workout: from Lego to 3D printing to writing club to finding jobs to navigating through life in Canada for newcomers. Programs, classes and exhibitions for children, families, individuals, senior and newcomers help make this city inclusive and welcoming. Materials are available in more … Continue reading Toronto Public Library
Yes in My Back Yard Grow a garden without your own yard, share your yard space with others wanting to grow vegetables and other plants in it. Get out an grow tasty fresh food, get to know others and enjoy contact with the soil. The program connects people who would to garden but don’t have the space with others willing to share their garden space. … Continue reading Grow a Great Food Without a Yard