photo credit: acme401
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!