St. John’s Church are offering Monday night Community Dinners to help new Canadians practice their English and learn more about Canadian culture. A free community dinner is served at 6:30pm, followed by activities to help newcomers live in Toronto. Some examples are cooking in English, English in situations, singing in English, and “My Life in English.”
Mosaic Storytelling Festival tales from around the world six Sundays of stories for ages 5 to 95 every second Sunday from Jan. 23 to Apr. 3 at 3 pm in St. David’s parish hall 49 Donlands Avenue. The Open Door East End Arts Collective and St. David’s Anglican Church celebrate the diversity and creativity of our rich East End neighbourhood – and our world – through six afternoons of storytelling with tellers and tales from all across the globe.
Sub-Committees of the Budget Committee of Toronto City Council will receive presentations from any person, or their counsel, agent or solicitor, who wishes to speak to the matter, on the following dates: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 6 p.m at the East York Civic Centre, and Thursday, January 20, 2011 at 6 p.m. at the York Civic Centre.
The City of Toronto invites the public to celebrate the season this Thursday, December 23 with the annual Christmas Choral Celebration. Residents can join in the singing or simply enjoy the vocal stylings of the All the King’s Voices, Toronto Beaches Children’s Chorus and the Toronto Mass Choir. Musical accompaniment is provided by the Tower Brass. The concert will last approximately one hour and will conclude with a visit from Santa. Sign language interpretation will be provided.