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A celebration of Ireland and St. Patrick, which also incorporates a variety of Toronto's cultural groups (everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day!). The parade features entertaining floats, bands, dancers and marching groups from Toronto's Irish and multicultural community. This year's Grand Marshal is Irish boxer Katie Taylor who is the reigning Olympic, World, European and Irish Champion.
03/16/2014 Mooredale Concerts Presents Spanish Pianist Guillermo Gonzalez Performing the complete âIberiaâ Downtown $30 - $39
Internationally celebrated Spanish pianist Guillermo GonzÃ¡lez makes his Canadian debut, playing his country's greatest masterwork for the piano. GonzÃ¡lez performs the entire Iberia Suite by Isaac AlbÃ©niz, a nearly 90-minute work of singularly demanding virtuosity. The impressionistic work evokes the different regions of Spain through folkloric rhythms, flamenco music and such characteristic dances as the fandango, jota and zapateado.
03/16/2014 Music & Truffles presents Spanish Pianist Guillermo Gonzalez performing Highlights from &quot;Iberia&quot; Downtown $10 - $19
Pianist Guillermo GonzÃ¡lez performs excerpts from the great Spanish masterwork, âIberiaâ, by Isaac AlbÃ©niz, for young audiences 6-15 in a one-hour interactive and educational version of his Mooredale Concerts performance (featured later that afternoon). Adults wishing to learn more about music and music-making are also welcome. Everyone receives a chocolate truffle at the end.
Beer lover? Warm weather fan? We're bringing in Spring with a super cheap Pub Crawl in the Downtown core. Walk / stumble with one of our groups to visit nine bars and restaurants to sample appetizers, brews and specialty cocktails. This event is sponsored by GrÄnlist.com and only $20 to attend, but larger donations of any size are always encouraged! ALL PROCEEDS from this event will go to support âClean Energy Research & Development in Canadaâ. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (place, time, attire..etc.)
Come join the Leslieville Flea at Toronto's historic Distillery District When: Sunday, March 16th, 2014 Time: 10:00am until 5:00pm Where: The Fermenting Cellar 28 Distillery Lane, Toronto 50 vendors selling vintage, salvage, antiques, upcycled furniture, handcrafted items and more! Admission is FREE! http://www3.thedistillerydistrict.com/tag/fermenting-cellar/ http://www.leslievilleflea.com/
Using a modern tango dance vocabulary never seen before, director Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys, Memphis) and choreographer Julio Zurita create a dramatic vision that is emotional, sexual and powerful. With a book written by Tony Award#174; nominee John Weidman (Contact), follow Arrabal, our heroine, in this coming of age story as she enters the underground world of Buenos Aires' tango clubs and discovers the violent history that took her father and disrupted a nation. ARRABAL is based on the true story of the political violence that threatened to destroy Argentina in the 1970's. With a live band and performers direct from Buenos Aires, experience the sensual beauty and political intrigue that is ARRABAL.
Join us in Rouge Park for a wilderness walk close to home with one of our fun and friendly volunteer leaders. We have something for everyone, whether you are looking for wildlife, trees and plants, want a family or senior friendly walk or a fitness hike. We walk year round, rain, shine or snow. Visit www.rougepark.com/hike for monthly schedules, meeting point and driving details, RSVP info and tips on getting ready for the trail.
Alumnae Theatre's 26th annual New Ideas Festival, a three-week, juried celebration of original writing, works-in-progress and experimental theatre, will run March 12 - 30 with a different lineup of plays each week, plus staged readings on Saturdays at noon. Among the characters you'll meet are a pioneering cancer doctor ("Radical"), Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn ("Royal Season"), an immigrant worker ("Better Angels") and dystopian literary nerds ("The Shimmering Odessa Building or Whatever"). Plays range in length from 10 - 60 minutes. Be the first-ever audience for these world premieres!
Nia Centre for the Arts presents EXPOSED 2014: Deciding Centre, curated by Sandra Brewster. A collective of nine emerging Toronto based artists exhibit mixed-media, photography, painting, sculpture and textile based work. Some pieces have been constructed with discarded materials and creatively repurposed with a demonstrated effort to salvage, renew and beautify the unwanted. Artists have pushed their artistic boundaries by skillfully meshing multiple art techniques together to convey complex, multi-layered stories of image, spirituality and representation. For more information or gallery hours please visit our website.
Play Adaptation (from Robert Munsch) by William Martyn, for ages 3-10 We bring back our traditional and very popular series of Munsch stories done as one play. Enjoy this new collection: 50 Below Zero, Roar, I'm So Embarrassed and No Clean Clothes, presented in skilful and comic Solar Stage fashion. Your children love to read Munsch! They'll be entranced by the play. Please note special March Break showtimes!
Discover the latest and greatest places for dining and drinking along Dundas West and Ossington. In recent years, this micro-neighbourhood has seen a remarkable surge of restaurants, eateries, pubs and cafes. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of dishes while learning about the history and background of this vibrant area of Toronto. *Includes both a hot beverage and an alcoholic drink. Cheers! For more info and to get tickets visit www.savourtoronto.com
This one-day course takes place the third Saturday of every month and is taught by certified First Aid instructors. It provides you with the knowledge, judgement and skills needed to respond safely and effectively in an emergency situation. Cost is $129 including book and Pet First Aid kit. To register call 416-967-4244. For more info. and updates follow PawsWay on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Welcome spring with a new wardrobe. Join more than 50 artisans of locally made clothing, jewellery and accessories for an afternoon of stylish shopping.
Come celebrate divine sound alchemy with six soulful musicians. Explore the richness of our global heritage and journey to realms of creative musical expression that you never knew existed. Each musician will touch your heart, and inspire you deeply. Be transformed and enlightened by the spirit of sound. Ann-Marie Boudreau - Voice, Tanpura, Ngoni Deidrey Francois - Voice Dolphin Diemer - Voice Harry Lewis - Piano, Voice Lucas Tensen - Cello , Kora, Voice Stavros Stavropoulos - Guitar, Mandolin, Voice Tickets: $30 before Feb 28 $35 after Feb 28 $25 student / senior Visit PGC Events page to purchase your tickets via paypal.
A curator has been murdered and a trail of clues left behind, connected to secrets in the collections. As you solve clues, you'll begin to piece together a tale of greed, lust, pride and revenge. There are multiple suspects, one victim and you, the sleuths, must crack a cryptic code left in the curator's appointment book to solve the mystery. On an Urban Capers Scavenger Hunt, you don't collect items, but rather answers to tricky and humourous questions. Teams of two to six compete over the course of two hours. Indicate on the registration form whether you are signing up with a team or on your own and we'll set you up with a team. Tickets must be purchased in advance at www.urbancapers.com
BOLLYWOOD! BOLLYWOOD! AND MORE BOLLYWOOD! On March 15th 2014 for the first time in TORONTO, 8 teams from all over the USA and Canada come together to compete in a BOLLYWOOD Filmi-Fusion Dance Competition that showcases the amazing South Asian Dance Talent in North America. Hosted By Canada's Got Talent Finalists' BROKEN DANCE Come and watch our fabulous exhibition acts performed by: - Professional Hip Hop group - Professional Bhangra group - A Fashion show - Showcase by Broken Dance Don't miss out on this opportunity and come enjoy a night of Bollywood dancing, amazing performances and spectacular costumes The event will be held at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre Tickets are now on sale for $25 at www.desiticket.ca
Event Details: The Uptown St. Paddy's Party! Arrival time options: 1) Arrive between 9:00 & 9:30 * Take part in the Ice Breaker Game, hosted by Soul City and the Bash Event Girls 2) Arrive between 9:30 & 10:30 to dance the night away. (Party goes till 2 AM) (Bring along your song requests and I'll see ya' on the dance floor) Singles, Couples & everyone in between welcome! *All the best Music: Including: 1970's, 1980's, 1990's & 2000's! (Your Requests too) (Dance, Disco, Rock, Pop, Top 40, Latin, Hip Hop, Salsa, Soca, Reggae, Reggaeton and a few slow songs too) Please purchase tickets in advance through Pay Pal: Steve@soulcitysocial.com Please bring your Pay Pal receipt for proof of purchase.
Hot Pop Factory presents 3D Printing for Total Beginners! Our beginner 3D printing class will show you everything you need to know to get started designing your own 3D printable items. We will demonstrate some of the ways this technology is being put to use in the real world. During the workshop you'll get to do the following: -Learn the basics of digital fabrication -Have a design that YOU MADE 3D printed for you to keep! -Find out where you can get 3D printable models online -Watch the 3D printer in action as your digital designs are turned into physical objects -BONUS: Get yourself 3D scanned while your design prints out! Bring Your Own: Windows or Mac laptop, mouse, USB stick. Tickets are available on our Website.