Upcoming Events

  • The British Isles by Ontario Pops Orchestra

    03/23/2019 - Etobicoke, Ontario

    The Ontario Pops bring audiences a royal treat as The Etobicoke Centennial Choir joins them for a performance of Great Britain's greatest hits. The line-up includes Scotland the Brave, Amazing Grace, The Best of The Beatles, the James Bond soundtrack, Skyfall, The Magic of Harry Potter, and an Andrew Llyod Webber Concert Celebration

  • Bonjour Spring: a Fashion Show by Zacks

    03/25/2019 - Toronto, Ontario

    A fun evening including dessert, treats, door prizes and a fashion show featuring the new spring collection from Zacks. Call to book a seat. $25.-

  • Bonjour Spring - A Fashion Show

    03/25/2019 - Toronto, Ontario

    A Fashion Show put on by Islington United Church featuring clothes from Zack's of Cloverdale Mall. Tickets $25.00 (includes luscious dessert, treats & door prizes) Available by calling 289-232-1428 or emailing or at Islington United Church after Sunday Services. Proceeds benefit the ministries of Islington United Church "Offering Care and Compassion to the Community"

  • Wampum Belt Connections

    03/27/2019 - Toronto, ON

    Brian Charles, an off-reserve Chippewa, talks about the symbolism and significance of wampum belts to treaty people - Indigenous and settler people alike. The evening begins with a welcoming meal (pay what you can). Advance registration is required at or

  • Coffee & Music - A Perfect Pair

    03/28/2019 - Etobicoke, ON

    Come and join us as we gather together for our monthly Thursday night concert at Java Joe’s! Grab a coffee and enjoy hearing the students of The Music Studio perform some instrumental and vocal tunes. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear free live music! When: Thursday, March 28th, 2019 Where: Java Joe’s – 1500 Islington Avenue at Rathburn Rd. in the Thorncrest Plaza Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Call 416.234.9268 or email for more information.

  • Etobicoke Community Concert Band - "Dance Like No One's Watching"

    03/29/2019 - Etobicoke, Ontario

    The 3rd. formal concert of the Etobicoke Community Concert Band's 2018-19 season. The theme "Dance Like No One's Watching" will feature music that will remind you of the days when people actually danced together. Our special guest is an Etobicoke vocalist Meagan Luchko who will belt out tunes with the Concert Band as well as our other special guests, the Etobicoke Swing Orchestra. Our very talented percussion section will blow you away with our version of hits made famous by the Miami Sound Machine. Please join us for this exciting evening of dance music and swing.

  • Traditional Feast Catered by NishDish

    04/03/2019 - Toronto, ON

    An opportunity to taste and learn about Indigenous foods with Chef Johl Whiteduck, Anishnawbe and Algonquin. Advance registration by March 18 is required at or

  • Women & Investing

    04/03/2019 - Etobicoke, ON

    Register at Join Jacqueline and Lola for an evening of information to empower & encourage women to take an active role in their financial future. This seminar will cover… •Getting confident •Picking a professional advisor •Why & how to automate a plan •Diversification & you •Socially responsible funds Whether you are starting out or just need a few adjustments to your current financial plan, this event will provide take-a-ways that you can implement immediately. Jacqueline Tung is Vice President of Sales for NEI Investments. In her 12 years of experience in the financial services industry, she has combined relationship management, consulting and business development in working with financial advisors across the country. Prior to joining NEI Investments in September of 2014, she worked at TD Asset Management and Russell Investments working with financial advisors and investors in the Prairies and in the Greater Vancouver Area. Lola Macanowicz has been representing The Co-operators since 1985 as an insurance advisor and certified financial planner. She prides herself on providing the highest level of service and building strong, lasting relationships with all her clients. Lola is also extremely active in her community and as a veteran member of the board of directors for the Village of Islington BIA, Lola's leadership helped establish Toronto’s Village of Murals!

  • After the Snow: Etobicoke Centennial Choir's Spring concert

    04/06/2019 - Etobicoke M9A 3C1, Ontario

    Etobicoke Centennial Choir (ECC) welcomes the rebirth of spring with a joyous concert of music that celebrates the wonder and diversity of creation.We will first melt away the winter blues with Antonin Dvorak’s lyrical Mass in D Major, a beautiful choral composition with organ accompaniment that combines exquisite melodies with lush harmonic richness. Surrounded and inspired by the natural scenery he loved, Dvorak wrote this mass with a spirit of deep joy and gratitude for Creation and the gift of artistic creativity. In doing so, he gave us a glorious, enduring work that reflects his faith and humankind’s relationship with the Creator and the natural world. The concert heats up with ECC’s inaugural performance of the stirring Missa Gaia/Earth Mass, a unique musical experience that has been described as an environmental liturgy of contemporary music. Missa Gaia/Earth Mass is a compelling and always relevant work about reclaiming the ancient knowledge of our world as a sacred place – a place worthy of honour, preservation and protection. The title derives from the Latin word Missa (Mass) and the Greek word Gaia (Mother Nature), acknowledging the hypothesis that proposes all living matter on Earth could be considered as a single living entity. Written in 1981 by jazz saxophonist Paul Winter and four collaborators, including Canada’s Paul Halley, Missa Gaia is the result of Winter's desire to create a celebration that is both ecumenical and ecological, embracing all the voices of Earth. He set out to produce a mass that would celebrate the whole earth as a sacred place. This was achieved by including choir, vocal soloists, a seven-piece jazz ensemble, rhythms and percussion from different cultures and the recorded voices of whales, loons, harp seals and wolves. This rich variety of voices and styles come together powerfully to reflect the greater whole and speak of our interconnectedness with all of creation. Henry Renglich, Music Director, Carl Steinhauser, piano and organ. Seven piece jazz ensemble including Kelly Jefferson, soprano sax, Robin Howe, cello. Gabrielle Turgeon, soprano, Erin Ronningen, alto, Rigzin Tute, tenor, Lawrence Shirkie, baritone.