05/23/2019 - Etobicoke, ON
05/24/2019 - Etobicoke, Ontario
A concert to celebrate the arrival of summer vacation when people used to hit the road in their vehicles as they travel with the kids & the dog to destinations such as the cottage or the vast expanses of Canada or the U.S.A.. The music will remind you of those glorious days. A very talented band of 40 members with some lively music from jazz ,show tunes , classical - led by conductor John Liddle . Fast paced, technically difficult , artistically wonderful - an audience pleaser ! Contact email@example.com for more info & tickets.
05/25/2019 - Etobicoke, ON
The historic Village of Islington is participating in the SAT. May 25 & SUN. May 26 weekend of Doors Open Toronto by showing off their magnificent outdoor art. The Village of Islington business improvement area (BIA) welcomes Doors Open Toronto guests to explore the outdoors. Free guided tours lead by community volunteers leave at 11,12, 1,2,3, and 4PM from Montgomery's Inn 4709 Dundas W.
Trolley tickets can be booked with the City of Toronto Doors Open site but guests must checkin at the desk at the parking lot entrance.- first come, first serve for the hourly trolley rides. Walking tours may be made available if groups of 10 or more gather after the trolley if full.
05/25/2019 - Etobicoke, ON
Love music? Come out and hear some live vocal and instrumental music performed by the students of The Music Studio! This is a free event. Don’t miss out! When: May 25th and 26th, 2019 Time: 12:00pm Where: Montgomery’s Inn – 4709 Dundas Street West We hope to see you there! Call 416.234.9268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. www.themusicstudio.ca
05/25/2019 - Toronto, ON
The Spring Bird Festival is a family-friendly educational event that highlights the importance of bird habitat and biodiversity, through live bird displays, guided bird walks, face painting and children’s activities, bird feeder building, bird-viewing stations, and a variety of educational displays. Plus, the Festival corresponds with one of the most exciting annual bird migrations in Toronto, so you're almost guaranteed a spectacular show!
05/25/2019 - Etobicoke, Ontario
Members of 22 Division Toronto Police Service and 22 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) would like to invite you to the annual 22 Division Open House & Free BBQ on Saturday, May 25, 2019. The Open House is being hosted at 22 Division at 3699 Bloor Street West (west of Islington Avenue) From 11:00 am – 2:00 pm. Rain or shine! Featured at this year’s Open House will be crime prevention exhibits, bicycle registration, kids fingerprint station, police station tours, live entertainment and lots more. Everyone is welcome! However, we do ask if you could please leave your personal pets at home. Free parking will be available * but in limited capacity * at the North-West corner Bloor/Resurrection Road (across from 22 Division) We would like the thank The Rotary Club of Etobicoke for their generosity and support of this event.
05/26/2019 - Etobicoke, Ontario
The Harmony Singers Spring Concert "A Song To Remember" will take place on Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. at Humber Valley United Church. Under the direction of Harvey Patterson and accompanist Bruce Harvey, the Harmony Singers of Etobicoke will present a song-filled afternoon of our favourite music from yesterday and today including My Cherie Amour, Can't Smile Without You, Sealed with a Kiss, Higher and Higher, Fascinatin' Rhythm and It Don't Mean a Thing. Special Guest Vocalist is Asia Rose, winner of the 2019 Harmony Singers Scholarship. Tickets available at the door, or call or e-mail 416-239-5821 or email@example.com to purchase advance tickets. For additional information, please visit our website www.harmonysingers.ca *Spring 2019 Announcement* The Harmony Singers are seeking new members to join us in the late summer of 2019 for the fall term. Please contact Harvey Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-239-5821 for more information. The Harmony Singers are looking for new members. Rehearsals for the fall session begin August 2019.
05/29/2019 - Toronto, ON
Here is your opportunity to ask the experts on, the legal elements, tax planning and financial considerations when passing your wealth to the next generation. Join us Wednesday May 29th at 7pm, where light snacks and refreshments are provided as you ask and learn about the topic of inter-generational wealth transfer. Please submit your questions to email@example.com. First 8 attendees to arrive will receive a free copy of "You Can't Take It With You" 6th edition by Sandra E Foster. Panelists: Allen Futerman, CPA, CGA, has been providing accounting, estate and tax reducing strategies since 1988 Cynthia J. Woods, Barrister & Solicitor, has been in practice since 1994, offering legal services primarily in the areas of wills and estates, real estate and small business law. Lola Macanowicz, CFP, CLU, CHS, CIP, as a certified financial planner & insurance advisor with The Co-operators has been providing appropriate advice for her clients for over 33yrs. Moderator: Gary Hepworth , of Hepworth & Associates Elder Life Planning - Certified Elder Planning Counselor (EPC) - Certified Cognitive Coach - Founding Chair of CARP Etobicoke - Founder and Co-owner of Premier Homecare (Etobicoke) This free seminar is sponsored by Lola Macanowicz Insurance & Financial Services - The Co-operators
06/01/2019 - Etobicoke M9A 3C1, Ontario
Virtuoso Toronto guitarist Anton Apostolov and his Balkania Ensemble join Etobicoke Centennial Choir in performing four of his innovative Balkan-inspired world music compositions – After the Rain, Barefoot Dance, Guardian Angel and Mystic Mountain. Fusing folk, classical and jazz music styles and using instruments from various cultural traditions (Balkan, Iranian, Indian and Latin), the unique sound they create is beautiful and mesmerizing. Anton’s ability to organically combine the complex rhythmical structures of his native Bulgarian folk music with diverse jazz and global music influences makes for a unique and involving musical experience. The choir will also perform Morton Lauridsen’s exquisite Les Chansons des Roses, a five-song cycle for a-cappella mixed chorus set to French poems by the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Lauridsen translates the poet’s love for roses into rapturous music that entwines its way throughout the trellis of the listener’s memory. An enchanting selection of flower-themed songs by John Byrd, Léo Delibes, Gabriel Fauré and others completes this fragrant concert bouquet. Henry Renglich, Music Director. Soloists: Gabrielle Turgeon, soprano, Erin Ronningen, alto, J. Rigzin Tute, tenor, Lawrence Shirkie, baritone. Instrumentalists: Anton Apostolov - guitar,composer, Jacek Karlowski - tamboura (Bulgarian lute), Nikola Gaydarov - kaval (bulgarian wooden flute), Sunjung Park – keyboard, Hasheel Lodhia - bansuri (Indian flute), Max Senitt - percussion,drums, Carl Steinhauser – piano. Order tickets online at www.etobicokecentennialchoir.ca or call (416) 779-2258. Doors open at 6:00 pm for our Summer Marketplace, offering baked goods, seasonal gifts and artisanal crafts, including original paintings by members of the Bulgarian community. For further info contact Lauren Mayer, Media Relations/Publicity Coordinator ECC, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 416-433-5495.
06/09/2019 - Etobicoke, ON