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Launching September 21, 2019, the Toronto Biennial of Art is a new international contemporary visual arts event as culturally connected and diverse as the city itself. For 72 days, Toronto and surrounding areas will be transformed by free exhibitions, talks, and performances that reﬂect our local context while engaging with the most pressing issues of our time. The inaugural Biennial will present over 100 works by Canadian, Indigenous, and International artists installed at more than 10 sites on or near…Find out more »
Tell Me That Story Again: The Indigenous Tradition of Oral Storytelling The YPT Drama School has a fantastic new class, Tell Me That Story Again, where students will learn about the Indigenous tradition of oral storytelling and create theatre that is personal and powerful. Weekly Saturday classes (1PM-2:30PM) will be held in Downtown Toronto for Grades 5-8 throughout the Fall, Winter & Spring. YPT Artist Educators Lindy Kinoshameg, from Wikwemikoong Unceded First Nation, and Leslie McCue, from Curve Lake First…Find out more »
This event combines a theatrical séance, a candlelit tour of a 19th-century home in mourning and a visit to the tomb of the founders of High Park. Victorian ideas about death and the afterlife are explored. Tours recount ghost sightings and paranormal activities around the museum. Guests witness a recreation of a Victorian séance complete with the hallmark trickery of these activities. This event is part of Toronto History Museums' Halloween programming. Colborne Lodge is one of 10 Toronto History…Find out more »
During October's Family Fun Weekends enjoy treats and activities like an enchanted scavenger hunt and tour the historic buildings. Try a slice of Devil's Food cake made in a wood burning stove with a cup of pumpkin spice drink, dress up in pioneer costumes and make a 3D pumpkin craft. This event is part of Toronto History Museums' Fall and Harvest Traditions programming. Scarborough Museum is one of 10 Toronto History Museums which explore where Toronto's many pasts, presents and…Find out more »
Wear your Halloween costume to Scarborough Museum for a fun-filled day of activities. No costume? No problem! Come as you are or dress up in one of our pioneer outfits and take some spooky selfies. Try freshly baked devil’s food cake, sample pumpkin spice drink, go on an enchanted scavenger hunt and make a 3D pumpkin craft. Don’t miss out on trick or treating at the museum buildings! Scarborough Museum is one of 10 Toronto History Museums which explore where…Find out more »
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