Celebrate Spring with a trip to the village. Explore more than thirty-five heritage buildings staffed by authentically costumed interpreters and discover what life was like in earlier times and places.
With over 50 exhibitors at Canada's largest disability exhibition, this FREE show aims to educate and provide exciting features, from the latest mobility aids, adapted vehicles, rehabilitation services, home healthcare products, sporting activities and more!
Highlights: Disability Sports Demonstration Area, Canadian Council on Rehabilitation & Work (CCRW) Career Fair, IDeA Student Competition Awards Ceremony and a performance by singer-songwriter- Justin Hines
Join Gibson House Museum as we officially open the heritage garden and celebrate our new access from Park Home Avenue. Learn about what is being planted in the new garden and take in horticultural demonstrations.
Make ice-cream on the porch and watch heritage demonstrations in the historic house. Join us for tea and hands-on activities on the lawn.
May 30, 2015 - May 30, 2015 Canada Square, Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W.
PAN AM GAMES TORCH RELAY FLAME ARRIVAL CEREMONY & COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
Canada Square, Harbourfront Center - 2:30 pm Distillery District - 4 pm
Day 1 of the Pan Am Games Torch Relay will see the Pan Am flame travel by air, water and land. The flame arrival ceremony will take place in Canada Square at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.
The ceremony will feature an exclusive soundtrack produced by local musical director Andrew Craig and a special performance from the Obeah Opera.
The relay’s first torchbearer will depart from Canada Square and will travel through the streets of Toronto. The day will culminate in the Distillery District with a community celebration filled with entertainment and fun.
The celebration will begin at 4 pm and will feature entertainment, including performances by Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra, The Chimera Project, Dance Migration, and Jasmine Denham. Colonel Chris Hadfield will arrive at the celebration at 5 pm carrying the flame.
For more information on the Day 1 relay route and community celebrations, see the interactive map.
KIDS Introduction to Collecting Coins - FREE!! This hour long workshop will focus on what collecting is all about and how to collect with Chris Boyer. Chris is a full time teacher, and has been leading kids coin clubs for over twenty years. This workshop is designed for Kids, using actual examples of coins, medals, tokens and bank notes, and teaches strategies on how to successfully start and maintain a collection.
Each participant in the workshop will receive a starter set of coin holders and a page to begin collection. After the workshop stop by the Coin Kids Table and pick up a treasure for your collection.
IT IS A FUN INTERACTIVE PRESENTATION AND A MUST ATTEND!! Reserve your spot today! (limited space) Contact: Jared Stapleton 416-604-9410 [email protected]
desiFEST takes pride in showcasing Canadian talent in the core of our city at Yonge-Dundas Square. They have helped over 300 artists and bands to gain exposure, collaborate on new music and strengthen the community.
desiFEST is helping to build local arts communities, inspire youth and support arts across Canada.
In helping foster the artist community, desiFEST helps artist with various aspects of the industry.
If you’ve been considering getting a pet, this is a great way to meet some of the many dogs and cats currently looking for forever homes.
Various dedicated rescue groups who work tirelessly to find homes for so many rescued pets each year will be here to answer your questions and introduce you to some of the deserving pets available for adoption. Adoptions will take place onsite. Adoption fees may vary by organization, but general admission to the event is free.
Get valuable insight about the adoption process and your questions answered by the experts. Live pet portrait painter Nicole Chen (Stardust Studios) will also be onsite displaying her work and painting live.
The event takes place in conjunction with the annual “yard sale” so if you already have a pet and are looking for a great deal be sure to check it out! All proceeds go directly toward the participating rescue organizations. T
Showtime is at 11 a.m. and admission is only $2.99
In this hilarious, adventurous buddy comedy for audiences of all ages, directed by Jimmy Hayward (Horton Hears a Who!), two turkeys from opposite sides of the tracks must put aside their differences and team up to travel back in time to change the course of history - and get turkey off the Thanksgiving menu for good.
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Registration time: 7:30 am – 12 pm Event activities: 8:30 am – 2 pm Opening ceremonies: 8:30 am – 9am (Front Entrance Courtyard) Zoo open to participants: 8:30 am* to 7pm (last admission is 6pm)
Register now and help raise vital funds to support Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s mission to find a cure or control for cystic fibrosis. Then join in on Sunday, May 31, 2015 for a day of family fun at the Toronto Zoo, which includes admission, a complimentary lunch, children’s activities, an animal visitor and some very special guests: the Frozen Ice Queen, Ice Princess and their friend Kristoff! Register! Donate! Fundraise!
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