In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, 150 buildings across Toronto open their doors on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28.
TODAY’S MOST INNOVATIVE MUSICIANS BRING US FRESH NEW SOUNDS AND IDEAS!
Toronto Public Library and Passages Canada are pleased to present Destination Canada, a new exhibit that explores our diverse experiences of migration, arrival and finding a place of belonging from early settlement to present day.
Can You Do Lunch? is a 90-minute fundraising and networking opportunity in support of Canadian HIV and AIDS research.
The TD Toronto Jazz Festival is moving to Yorkville, and it kicks off this summer from June 23 – July 2nd, 2017, with more than 100 free concerts!
Families and kids of all ages can expect a whale of a good time at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). On display until Monday, September 4, 2017.
Now entering its 12th season, Toronto Summer Music is a 4-week Festival that presents a densely-packed schedule of over 60 concerts and events that attracts an audience of over 13,000 to the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. TSM Shuffle Concerts: One hour casual concerts featuring festival artists and next generation stars! Heliconian Hall – 35 Hazelton Ave. Inspired […]
Appel Salon Season at Toronto Reference Library
The 2017 June Callwood Lecture features Ahmad Danny Ramadan: Syrian refugee and activist who is passionate about social justice and LGBTQ refugees’ rights.
Syrinx Concerts Toronto annual concert series presents performances by world renowned and local classical chamber musicians, who are pre-eminent professionals as well as superb emerging young performers. Each concert program highlights a work by a Canadian composer together with the more familiar classical repertoire. The Heliconian Hall, the venue for the concert series, provides a […]