African Heritage Month is a time for celebration, so “get together and feel alright” at the Reggae Skate in honour of Bob Marley’s birthday. It takes place at Toronto City Hall’s Nathan Phillips Square on Sunday, February 6. It is hosted by Stolen From Africa, a non-profit arts education organization promoting cultural awareness of the African Diaspora.

African Canadians are no strangers to skating with pioneering contributions to hockey, from Willie O’Ree to the Coloured Hockey League of the Maritimes.

For over 30 years, Toronto has celebrated the legacy of international social justice advocate Bob Marley on his birthday, February 6. The “One Love” Reggae superstar had strong ties to the City of Toronto. He performed at the historic Maple Leaf Gardens and spent time in the community of Little Jamaica.

African Heritage Month Reggae Skate

When: Sunday, February 6, 2022, 1:00-5:00pm
Where: Toronto City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, 200 Queen St. West

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