The grand finale to TORONTO CONSORT’s season is the greatest masterpiece of Medieval music theatre: a wondrous telling of the story of the writing on the wall and Daniel in the lions’ den.
Un « couloir culturel » à Toronto le long de Bloor ouest, qu'est-ce? Et pourquoi?
C'est parce qu'on y trouve quatorze centres dédiés aux arts et à la culture: trois musées, un conservatoire et faculté de musique, un centre juif, une fondation japonaise et...beaucoup d'autres centres à découvrir.
Hello friends of Heritage Toronto,
You're all invited to our cultural heritage symposium on Sept. 24 @ Toronto Reference Library. The discussion will focus on Toronto's diverse cultural heritage: It will look at meaningful ways to weave stories of cultural diversity into the broader narrative of Toronto, as well as discussing challenges and lessons learned. See below/attached for details and visit http://www.heritagetoronto.org/culturalheritage to RSVP for your free seat.
It's back! ROM Friday Night Live returns with a BANG!
We've got the best Eats, Beats, and Bigger, Bolder Experiences.
New this season: Galleries are now open until 11 PM, so you can dance, explore and wander your way through the Museum until close. Excited? We are. Tell everybody!
Join us Friday nights from May 2 to June 27, 7 PM - 11 PM.
On May 22, 2014 53 Division is sending a team to the United Way Stationary Bicycle Race, the entry fee is $500. Sgt Jazen Brautigam of the Community Response Unit is leading the team.
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) invites you to a Community Consultation on its future Welcome Project Monday, May 12, 2014 7:00 – 9:00 PM
The event will include a Q&A session with ROM Senior Management and Hariri Pontarini Architects. To ensure all voices are heard, those unable to attend in person are invited to submit questions at www.rom.on.ca/welcome by May 7, 2014.