Toronto City Hall With the Flag of Canada

Here are great celebratory events in Toronto, Ontario, Canada March 30 – April 30, 2013:

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Here are six, FREE, fantastic events in Toronto, Ontario, Canada:

This video presents “Variety Village – What we’re all about “:

  • An overview of what Variety Village is all about
  • To highlight one of their inclusive educational programs, “Ability in Action”

Variety Village 5-kilometre Wheels, Run and Walk-N-Roll

Sunday, October 28, 2012
(Rain or Shine)

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Join us on Sunday, October 28 for our 6th annual
Walk Roll Run and Fun Fall Fair in support of
Variety Village programs and services for people with disabilities
The walk/roll/run starts at 9:00 am

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This video presents Drew Hayden-Taylor, a well known Ojibway playwright and author, who gives us an inside look at the Aboriginal and First Nations involvement in the War of 1812:

Heritage Toronto invites you to the following FREE events commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812:

War of 1812: Bicentennial Talks

You're Invited: Toronto's Bicentennial Commemoration Events May 16 - June 17, 2012

You're Invited: Toronto's Bicentennial Commemoration Events May 16 - June 17, 2012

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March Break in Ontario, Canada, runs from March 9 to 18, 2012.

Here are some March Break events that are FREE, partially FREE, or require relatively reasonable admission fees (such as the March Break Programs at City of Toronto Museums):

  • March 10 – 18 at the NFB Mediatheque: “Can You See in the Dark?”

    • Invite your children to a world where life is seen with all of your senses … except your eyes.
    • Location: MEDIATHEQUE
      150 John Street
      Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3C3
    • Featuring the animated film Private Eyes,

      • about Matthew, a young boy who is blind and uses his other senses to discover the world around him
      • he’s got eyes hiding everywhere: in his hands, in his feet and especially in his ears
      • this week, his mother and father are preparing a surprise for his birthday and he can hardly wait to find out what it is
    • Following the screening, children will take part in a total sensory experience.
    • They will become attuned to their other senses through such hands-on activities as odour sampling, navigating their way around a bedroom blindfolded, learning how to walk with a cane, write their names in Braille, and more!
    • Please click here for more information on the activities.
    • Drop in any time, no registration required.
    • To inform us of groups of 10 or more, please contact Merrill Matthews (416-973-7114) or Michèle Tredger (416-973-2186).
    • $5 per child, FREE for accompanying adults.
    • ALL AGES
    • In partnership with the CNIB.
  • FREE Kids Colonial Food & History Show

    • March 10, 2012, 9 am – 10 am
    • St. Lawrence Market– Contact info:
    • Listen to stories from historian Bruce Bell about Old Town Toronto, the war of 1812, and what it was like to be a kid 200 years ago!
    • In between, our chef will be whipping up a batch of mini maple scones for everyone to enjoy.
    • FREE

This video invites you to stop by the St. Lawrence Market to support upcoming culinary artists of Toronto in special events, including the inaugural GradsMarket Event which is a one day culinary competition and a graduate showcase, 
sponsored by St. Lawrence Market: