AccuWeather predicts a beautiful sunny Sunday for Toronto. Sunday is meant for us to reflect on the week that passed, rejuvenate, take time for ourselves, visit our friends, enjoy our loved ones and most importantly have fun. There are 68 Festivals and events taking place in Toronto on Sunday, #July 29.2017 – some continue to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, some are for art lovers, some are for sports lovers, some are for music lovers and some are just for having fun!
68 #Festivals and #Events are taking place in #Toronto on #July 29.2017, here are some:
2017 Toronto Summer Music Festival
Toronto Summer Music Festival brings outstanding classical music experiences to the city in the summer with a program featuring renowned Canadian and international artists in 26 mainstage concerts, plus masterclasses, free outreach concerts, lectures, and workshops. http://www.torontosummermusic.com
Tirgan celebrates this historical tradition and the richness and diversity of Iranian culture.
Perhaps the singular characteristic that distinguishes Persians from other ancient cultures at the dawn of civilization is the nomadic nature of a multicultural, pluralist society that culminated in the flatland of Iran. Benevolence, the unifying and principal thesis underlying the ancient cylinder of Cyrus the Great, heralded a major turning point for humanity. The elegant simplicity of Benevolence was the essential currency to help small, nomadic tribes in their struggle for survival. Good thoughts that would lead to good utterances to achieve good deeds. http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/
Ballroom Latin Salsa Dance
All ages Ballroom Latin and Salsa Dance practice with Ballroom Dance class included. Music is salsa latin and ballroom. Some lines dances are included. http://www.danceart.ca
Bee Nation at Christie Pits Film Festival
Bee Nation tells the story of First Nations kids competing at the highest level in the provincial and national spelling bees. Tackling thorny issues of language, culture, and assimilation with tenderness and nuance, Bee Nation is equal parts inspirational journey and call to arms for Canadians to face up to our ongoing legacy of colonialism. Both short films for the evening also look at children competitors: Cuber captures the Toronto teenager ranked second fastest Rubik’s Cube competitor in the country, while Dear Scavengers pits a group of girls competing in a scavenger hunt against a crusty middle-aged shopkeeper who becomes an unwilling participant in their game. Co-presented by REEL CANADA and The MUFF Society. Eats and treats provided by The Arepa Republic, Millie Patisserie & Creamery, Little Havana Cafe and popcorn at the festival canteen. Bring-your-own-blanket. Films are screened with captioning whenever possible. https://www.christiepitsff.com/bee-nation
Canada 150 – Toronto Etsy Street Team Group Show
Join us for the opening of our Canada 150+ show! For the entire month of July we are hosting an art and craft show featuring Canadian maker wares inspired by Canada.
After about 4 billion years of geological history, and 14,000 years of human history, we’re taking the 150 year anniversary of Confederation as our cue to examine this country through art and craft. Artists and artisans will be showing work inspired by our environment, history and people, experiences of immigration, nature, geography and more. https://torontoetsystreetteam.blogspot.ca/
An art exhibition featuring works in a wide range of media, from both individual artists and artists from the resident groups at Neilson Park Creative Centre: Calligraphic Arts Guild of Toronto, Etobicoke Art Group, Etobicoke Quilters Guild, Etobicoke Rugcrafters, Handweavers & Spinners, and Humber Valley Art Club. http://www.toronto.ca/eccartgallery
EDEN – A Cultural and Culinary Daytime Experience
Ever been curious about African food and culture? Come to EDEN for an upscale daytime cultural experience featuring a five course cocktail style tasting menu showcasing some of Africa’s most popular dishes. Experience the musical vibes from DJ DeeMaks and Curatorfly featuring the best of afrobeats, the oldschool classics and todays top hits. Come and let’s celebrate Canada’s diversity! http://bit.ly/2v9lIIY
Evergreen Brick Works Sunday Market
Sundays, your new favourite day of the week! The new Sunday Market at Evergreen Brick Works is your place to shop artisanal goods, grab a bite from the local food court, sip on organic caesars or craft brews and just enjoy relaxing in the great outdoors. Expect to find something new each week! http://bit.ly/2qnAue6
Family Sundays at the Gardiner Museum
The Gardiner Museum holds clay making or tile painting workshops for families every Sunday. Visit our website to see a schedule of upcoming activities. http://bit.ly/2rRWnTe
HERE: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists
In celebration of Canada’s 150 years as a nation, encounter Museum-wide installations of video, textiles, painting and sculpture that convey the diverse identities of more than 20 artists. https://www.agakhanmuseum.org
It’s the unofficial kick off to the Canadian National Exhibition! HorseCapades is a
FREE, fun and educational exhibit that introduces the young and the young at heart
to the magical world of horses. Children have the chance to get up close with
horses, learn about grooming and shoeing, participate in fun activities such as
guessing a horse’s weight and saddle up for free pony rides. https://theex.com/
Bring the family to visit the last home of Toronto’s first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie, then enjoy some kid time doing an historically based activity. http://www.toronto.ca/mackenziehouse
Mimi’s Suitcase: A Multilingual Comedy Drama
A multilingual tour de force, Mimi’s Suitcase is the true story of a displaced teenager who returns to her native Iran from her adopted Spain in the midst of the 1980s Iran-Iraq war. This involuntary uprooting awakens engaging questions about identity, language, culture and homeland in this hilarious and heart-warming universal coming- of -age journey of resilience, humanity and, above all, hope. http://bit.ly/2vgU5Pa
Summer Music in the Garden
The popular Summer Music in the Garden concert series returns for its 18th season by the shores of Lake Ontario. Treat yourself to 19 free concerts this summer, featuring outstanding artists and a wide range of musical styles, from medieval love songs to finger-style guitar. http://bit.ly/2uIapqB
Toronto Blue Jays – vs. Angels
Sunday is your DAY! Pick an activity and ENJOY!
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