01/01/2017 - Toronto, Ontario
TO Canada with Love is the City of Toronto's year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada's 150th birthday. The program is Toronto's cultural love letter to the country, offering a rich tapestry of more than 30 City-produced events taking place across the city throughout 2017. Look for information and updates at www.toronto.ca/canada150, on Facebook at facebook.com/SpecialEventsTO, Twitter at @SpecialEventsTO, Instagram at @SpecialEventsTO and Snapchat at SpecialEventsTO. The program hashtag is #C150TO.
09/22/2017 - Etobicoke, ON
MASTER AND COMMANDER A Weekend in Nelson's Navy at Historic Montgomery's Inn 4709 Dundas West at Islington, Fort York National Historic Site, Campbell House Museum and aboard tall ship Playfair September 22-24, 2017 The year is 1800. Standing on the deck of a British warship, you hear the wind snapping her sails and the creak of her wooden hull. Then -- a strange ship is sighted on the horizon, and you're off in hot pursuit! We offer a unique immersive experience: a weekend in the world of the Royal Navy of 200 years ago. We'll learn about every aspect of life both aboard ship and on shore, from writing with quill pens to eating the foods sailors knew, learning the bosun's pipes, tying knots and trying out a few cutlass moves! Includes a cruise aboard a tall ship, antique navigational instruments, an illustrated lecture on Jack Aubrey's ships (both real and fictitious), a ship's carpenter, sea shanties, historical food by firelight, hornpipes, merchants, historical games, demonstrations, hands-on workshops, and much, much more. You can do pay-as-you-go or register for the full weekend. Pre-registration encouraged, and meals must be booked in advance. Please note: on Friday, September 22 we will be at Fort York, aboard Playfair, and at Campbell House Museum during the day; we move to Montgomery's Inn for Friday evening, and all day Saturday and Sunday. For the full schedule, food menus and registration form, see www.JaneAustenDancing.ca, or phone (416) 578-1031.
09/28/2017 - Etobicoke, Ontario
First Decade Reception Thursday, September 28 Kick off Alumni Weekend with a blast from the past. Reconnect with the first decade of past members from Humber’s Student Union, staff and alumni (1967–1979). Includes hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar and DJ. Register here: www.humber.ca/alumniweekend
09/28/2017 - Etobicoke, ON
10/04/2017 - Toronto, Ontario
The Flying Adventure of the Google-Eyed Mole and Mr. Han River Bird is a children's book published in South Korea, 2015. The book was written by Mi Jeong Hyunn and was illustrated and translated by Mi Jeong's daughter and son-in-law, So Young Lee and JP Gural. So Young and JP are also farmers who own and operate Samsara Fields, a regular market vendor at the Inn's Market Days http://www.tenthousandpaths.com/ October 4th - 6th 2017 marks the South Korean holiday of Chuseok and to celebrate the Inn will be featuring the stunning illustrations of this beautiful tale. Visit the community room throughout October to discover the story of two unlikely friends who serve as a metaphor for multiculturalism and emphasize the importance of open communication between different cultures. Text available in Korean and English *elevator available upon request
10/19/2017 - Toronto, Ontario
This meeting is an opportunity to meet local councillors from Wards 3, 4 & 5 who represent the Islington area and to be informed of events and developments taking place and/or planned for our community.
10/26/2017 - Etobicoke, ON
11/08/2017 - Toronto, Ontario
Humber at 50: A Celebration Through Music Presented by TD Insurance The TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, Koerner Hall Wednesday, November 8, 2017 8:00 pm Celebrate Humber’s 50th Anniversary with a spectacular concert featuring some of Canada’s finest musicians. Hosted by the legendary preeminent jazz broadcaster, Ross Porter, guests will enjoy performances from the Humber Faculty Big Band directed by renowned bandleader and trumpeter, Denny Christianson, featuring Juno-winning saxophonist, Pat LaBarbera, one of the world’s finest trombone players, Al Kay and with special guest, Grammy-award winning jazz vocalist, Kurt Elling. Performances will also feature Rik Emmett, celebrated guitarist of Triumph; Laila Biali, award-winning pianist and vocalist; and Rich Brown’s rinsethealgorithm with Robi Botos, Larnell Lewis and Luis Deniz. Ticket Pricing Premium - $175 (includes pre-concert cocktail dinner and other benefits) General Admission - $55 Student - $25 To purchase tickets call 416-408-0208 or visit rcmusic.com/concerts For more information, visit www.humber.ca/humberat50concert.