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Hip Hip Hooray: Free Events for Fathers and All!

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On Sunday, 20 June, we celebrate Father’s Day because a FATHER can be a:

Fabulous friend to a family, who has

Awesome adoration for  family members

Tremendous teacher to his child(ren)

Hero helping during life’s adventures

Excellent embodiment of loving leadership

Resolute defender of  family

Fathers, you deserve a break from your daily routines. Have a relaxing and enjoyable Father’s Day with families and friends at the following free events of  Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Canada:

  • The Power Plant is giving a free  exhibition “Adaptation: Between Species” which examines encounters of the interspecies kind and our need to go “back to nature”. The show includes works in a variety of media by the likes of FASTWÜRMS, Sandra Meigs, Marcus Coates and others. Exhibition: 19 June – 12 September, 2010 at 231 Queens Quay W. Free. Please visit thepowerplant.org for details.
  • Beyond Imaginings: Eight Artists Encounter Ontario’s Greenbelt” which is a large-scale photo exhibit created by eight contemporary photographers under three categories: Working the Land, Natural Beauty and People of the Greenbelt. Throughout summer/fall 2010. 235 Queens Quay W. Free. For details, please visit harbourfrontcentre.com/beyondimaginings.

Happy Father’s Day!

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Over 60 Exhilarating Events are Free to Celebrate Bike Month

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada is celebrating Bike Month in June to raise awareness of the cycling benefits for both people’s health and the environment as well as to encourage people to ride their bikes more.

The City of Toronto provides an updated list of over 60 exhilarating and exciting events, free, for celebrating Bike Month.

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Thousands of Free Films Onsite and Online

Thousands of Free Films Onsite and Online For Your Entertainment from Tuesdays to Sundays Every Week!

If you live in Montreal, Quebec or Toronto, Ontario, you can watch all 10,000 films at Montreal CineRobotheque, or over 5,500 films at Toronto Mediatheque, respectively, for FREE thanks to The National Film Board of Canada. Also, if you are travelling or living anywhere else in the world and you have access to the internet, about 1,000 English films and 750 French films are available for you to watch for FREE online everyday at nfb.ca.

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Get Your Free Tickets to the Photographic, Video & Digital Imaging Show in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Henry’s invites you to be their guest at the Photographic, Video & Digital Imaging Show in Mississauga. They are offering you exclusive complimentary tickets which are valued at $15.00 each and will admit you in the show from May 14th to May 16th, 2010. You can print out a ticket for you and one for a friend. Enjoy!

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Munch & Save

Eat cheese and save $$$!

What is sweet is cheese as a good source of protein, and calcium for teeth and bones, especially in growing children and active seniors. And what is loveable is eating cheese and saving a lot of money at the same time.

How? Buy cheese in slabs of 500 grams!