Medics Camp Summer Camps
Medics Camp Summer Camps Lets Kids Be “Doctors for a Week”!

Medics Camp Summer Camps have the cure for when kids come down with a case of summer boredom! This medical science-based summer camp lets participants discover the world of medical science, health and the human body. At the same time, they get to have fun and make new friends. Kids
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Ashkenaz Festival
Ashkenaz Festival Celebrates Jewish Music, Arts And Culture

The Ashkenaz Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious showcases of Jewish music and culture in the world. Since 1995, the festival has taken place biennially at Harbourfront Centre, celebrating global Jewish music, arts and culture that embraces the past, present and future, and showcasing the work of
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Apple Picking Southern Ontario
Guide to Apple Picking in Southern Ontario

The smell of apple pie is one of those hallmarks of Autumn. But first, you need to get some good fresh apples, and a great way to do so is to make an outdoorsy day out of it and pick your own! Apple season, depending on the yearly weather conditions,
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Sinting Fest
Sinting Fest on Eglinton West Street Party in Little Jamaica

Sinting Fest On Eglinton West is a family-friendly three-day street festival in one of Toronto’s most vibrant areas, Little Jamaica. Events include live entertainment, food vendors and cooking demos, dance and beatbox competitions, dance workshops, fashion parade, open mic, children’s activities, vendor marketplace and more. Sinting Fest on Eglinton West
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Toronto Diversity Festival
Toronto Diversity Festival Promotes Culture and Heritage

The Toronto Diversity Festival, hosted by Moksha Canada Foundation, promotes our region’s rich diverse cultures by showcasing foods from different ethnic countries that bring out the rich tastes and traditions from our increasingly diverse region. The festival also celebrates harmony through artistic performances, children’s activities, vendors, local businesses and many
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The Philip and Lucinda Dino-Show
The Philip and Lucinda Dino-Show is an Acrobatic Comedy For All Ages

The Philip and Lucinda Dino-Show, performed by The Grand Salto Theatre (Zita Nyarady and Myque Franz), is a dino-mite family-friendly interactive presentation of dinosaur history unlike any other! Two dinosaur explorers extraordinaire set out to understand the Paleozoic Era with song, dance and acrobatics. They may be “dino explorers” but
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Weston Folktale Festival
Weston Folktale Festival Features Theatre, Photography and Poetry

Weston Folktale Festival presents fun, family-friendly and free outdoor artistic programming in and around the Weston community. It features two simultaneous events that explore stories passed along through ancestry: “Beyond My Skin”, a photography and poetry exhibition created by local youth, and “Harabogee & Me”, a free play by Shakespeare
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Toronto Railway Museum Math Program
Toronto Railway Museum Math Program – “Lost and Found: A Journey with Mr. Mathly”

Calling all Grade 3 Students! Toronto Railway Museum is looking for young learners (8 to 10 years old) who would like to support the museum by testing out their new Grade 3 math program. In this program, learners will help Mr. Mathly locate his passengers’ missing luggage. This test event
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Toronto Railway Museum Technology
Toronto Railway Museum Online Lecture: Railway Technology in World War I

Join the Toronto Railway Museum for the free online lecture “Railway Technology in the Canadian First World War Effort”. Explore the complexities of transportation and logistics in the forward areas of the Western Front during the First World War. Learn about how railway technologies and expertise were gradually integrated into
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The Disability Collective
The Disability Collective Presents “What Happened to You?”

The Disability Collective presents “What Happened to You?”, a new, heart-warming piece of puppet theatre for children and their families, arriving to Toronto from the UK and presented at Tarragon Theatre. This groundbreaking work was created semi-autobiographically by puppet designer Nikki Charlesworth. “What Happened to You?” also features creative use
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