Toronto Diversity Festival @ , Toronto [from 21 to 22 July]

Toronto Diversity Festival


1923
21 - 22
July
12:00 - 19:00

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215 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H, Canada
Join with thousands of GTA residents as we celebrate our strength in diversity and build a united Canada. Canadian multiculturalism is at the forefront of civic pride in the GTA, and the Toronto Diversity Festival brings together people of all ages and nationalities to experience the richness of the cultural fabric that makes up our communities.

DATES:
Saturday, July 21, 12 pm-10 pm
AND
Sunday, July 22, 12 pm to 7 pm

LOCATION:
David Pecaut Square
215 King Street, W. Downtown Toronto

The Toronto Diversity Festival is a major showcase event that reflects and celebrates our cultural diversity and heritage, while also removing barriers to ethnic food, music, crafts, and art in order to promote intercultural, intergenerational understanding.

VISITORS WILL ENJOY:
Global Food Village
Live Musical Performances
Cultural Attire Display
Dance Competitions
A Drum-Village for Children
Kids Play Zone
Arts & Crafts Booth Sales
Art Exhibitions
Multicultural Fashion Show
Cultural Displays
Vendor Exhibitions
Networking Opportunities
And Much More!!!

To become a vendor or sponsor, call or email:
647-831-7223 [email protected]
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