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The ABCRA Monthly Board Meetings normally take place the third TUESDAY of the month September to June. See event calendar for times and locations or email us at email@example.com.
If there is anything you would like added to the agenda, please send it by email to the Board of Directors ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) in advance of the meeting, with BOARD MEETINGS in the SUBJECT LINE.
A celebration to launch the DVD, at which we’ll show some of the films accompanied by our soundtracks. Various members of the band will provide some additional musical surprises throughout the evening. Kirk’s Swedish pipes, Alison’s kantele...and who knows what else?
Oh yes, and some delicious spiced cider will be on offer.
We hope you’ll join us!
You’re invited to the Fourth Annual GIFTS FROM THE MUSES Art, Gift and Craft Show and Sale
Saturday, November 25, 11 am - 4 pm At The Heliconian Club, 35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto
Diamondcorp has applied for Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications for 5 Scrivener Square and 8-10 Price Street. The amendments are to allow an 8-storey building and a 26-storey building with a total of 182 rental dwelling units...
Phase 2: Consultation with the public on the Phase 1 report. Ask questions of City staff and provide your thoughts regarding rail safety and new development in the City.
“Threshold of Magic: The Death and Life of Tom Thomson” brings to life in brilliant colour and verse the artistic genius of this Canadian icon.
The RCM looks forward to opening their doors again, for a full day of free classes, lessons, concerts, lectures, and demonstrations! There will be special Music Appreciation programming from 3 to 6 pm and free lectures!
The ABC Residents Association and area residents have objections to the proposed development of Pears and Avenue.
Meet your ABC neighbours and help clean up our park. April 22, 2017 10 AM to noon. Meet at the picnic table on Pears Avenue. Coffee and Cookies! 'See you there!
Visitors with rocks, minerals, gems, fossils, or suspected meteorites can have them identified at special ID clinics, held six times a year.
The Souk, or bazaar in the Middle East and North Africa, is an open-air market and social gathering, a special occasion when people from all over could dance, drink, party and meet. Souk sessions gives rustic traditions a modern twist, and mixes up arab and oriental influences with contemporary electronic music.
A DJ, producer, visual artist, and event promoter gaining attention in the alternative underground scene with her music and own party concept called Souk Sessions. She combines elements from the different cultures she grew up with in high-energy DJ sets and productions. Expect head banging, hip-shaking techno with Middle Eastern influences and haunting vocals.
Cheba Khadijah aka Jillian Fulton is an anthropologist and Arabic folk musician. She has recently been inspired to fuse her favourite Middle Eastern and North African sounds with electronic music.
MPP Glen Murray: "It is my pleasure to invite you to participate in a community discussion on the Ontario Municipal Board on Wednesday, March, 15th."
For one night only at Heliconian Hall, actor, Jennifer Carroll, will perform a one-woman show called “Maud of Leaskdale”.
Annual ROM Research Colloquium and Vaughan Lecture, a thought-provoking one-day event highlighting our ongoing research and recent discoveries. Join ROM curators from diverse fields exploring the intersections of Art, Culture, and Nature, as we take you into the ROM's laboratory and collections and to the field. Ten-minute presentations delivered by our curatorial staff feature a wide array of topics.
Join the the Ryerson City Building Institute for a Meet-Up that brings together leading city builders and the public to discuss the future of Yonge Street.
On December 14, 2016, come and hear Toronto’s own ACTA Recorder Quartet as they present a program of early and modern-era music for the holiday season!
There’s something for everyone on the musical menu, from carol settings of the German and English Renaissance to excerpts from Corelli’s Christmas Concerto and Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus, from Britten’s Alpine Suite to Stan Davis’s Chanukah Medley and arrangements of Winter Wonderland, The Twelve Days of Christmas, and other holiday fare, all performed on combinations of recorders both large and small.
Take a little break from holiday shopping and warm up with some cheerful flute/guitar music and hot cider in the afternoon at the beautiful Heliconian Hall in Yorkville:
On November 30 at Toronto’s Heliconian Hall, Alison Melville and Julia Seager-Scott will present BORDER CROSSINGS, an evening of music of traditional and Baroque origins performed on the clarsach (17th-century Scottish traditional harp), Baroque triple harp, recorders, Baroque flute, and kantele (traditional Finnish dulcimer).
The Public is invited to have a say in future of Toronto's Old City Hall building.
The City of Toronto will host a public consultation session next Tuesday to hear from Torontonians on potential future uses of Old City Hall, the landmark building located at 60 Queen St. W. The session will be held on the third floor of Metro Hall, 55 John St., from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on November 22.
City staff and consultants will present preliminary findings of a feasibility study on future uses of the building. Public participation is an important part of the process. The meeting will include presentations, a panel discussion and a question-and-answer session.
Old City Hall is currently occupied by provincial and municipal courts, which are scheduled to vacate the historic building by 2021. The City wants future uses that allow for greater public access, celebrate the building's history and meet several other civic objectives.
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