Events Toronto 4th Feb 2012

Events
Love, Scarborough Celebrate the month of love with baking crafts, chocolatey treats and more. Feb 4 to 5, Feb 11 to 12, Feb 18 to 19 and Feb 25 to 26 noon-4 pm. Pwyc. Scarborough Museum, 1007 Brimley, 416-338-8807.
Afrotropolis Wanderland Collaborative multi-arts presentation with Chinedu Ukabam, Marcos Fantu, Kalkidan Assefa and Jimmy Chiale. 8 pm. $25, adv $20. 99 Sudbury, afrotropolis.eventbrite.ca.
Art Science Camp 2 Subtle Technologies gathering of artists, scientists, students, engineers, architects, designers and others. Feb 3, 7-10 pm; Feb 4, 10 am-6 pm. $10, stu/unwaged free. Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle, subtletechnologies.com.
Black History Month At Mackenzie House Learn about the early black community in Toronto. Feb 4 to 5, Feb 11 to 12, Feb 18 to 19 and Feb 25 to 26 noon-5 pm. Free w/ admission (Sundays and Family Day pwyc). Mackenzie House, 82 Bond, 416-392-6915.
DJ Skate Night Skate beside the lake while DJs spin. Saturdays to Feb 19. Saturdays 8-11 pm. Free. Harbourfront Ice Rink, 235 Queens Quay, 416-973-4000.
Dog Sled Races Dog-sled races, snowshoeing, skiing, hikes and more. Feb 4 to 5, 10 am-4 pm. $9, chld/srs $6.59. Kortright Centre, 9550 Pine Valley (Woodbridge).
In The Footsteps Of Charles Dickens Guided walk to places where Dickens ate and slept while visiting in 1842. 3 pm. $25, stu/srs $18, child $15. St Lawrence Market middle door, 93 Front E, pre-register 416-923-6813.
J Nichole Noel Interactive storytelling. 2:15 pm. Free. Richview Library, 1806 Islington, torontopubliclibrary.ca.
Lantern Fest Foodie Walk Chinese New Year walk and food tasting with culinary historian Shirley Lum. Feb 4 to 5, 10 am. $45, stu/srs $40, child $30. Lucky Moose Statue, 393 Dundas W, pre-register 416-923-6813.
Little Hands In The Kitchen Five-week workshop for budding chefs ages four to seven. 9-10 am. Free. Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview, pre-register 416-596-1495 ext 231.

Festivals Toronto 28 Jan 2012

Festival
Big Smoke Festival Local, homegrown musical talent featuring more than a dozen artists and bands including Greg Cockerill, Amy Nostbakken, Kira May and Jaron Freeman Fox. $6. Magpie 831 Dundas W, 416-916-6499, bigsmokefest.com. Jan 21 to 28
8 Fest Festival of Super 8 and small-gauge films with screenings by Milena Gierke, Ed Ackerman, Tanya Read, HomeMovie History Project and others plus workshops. Trash Palace, 89B Niagara, the8fest.com. Jan 27 to 29
Mosaic Storytelling Festival Performances for all ages by storytellers including Itah Sadu. Every second Sun (call for schedule). Pwyc. St David’s Anglican Church, 49 Donlands, 416-466-3142, stdavidstoronto.ca/mosaic/mosaic.html. To Mar 18
Toronto Design Offsite Festival Exhibitions and events mark Toronto Design Week. Venues across the city, todesignoffsite.com. Jan 23 to 29
U Of T New Music Festival Compositions in a wide gamut of genres by student, faculty and guest composers plus lectures and presentations. Free-$25. Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen’s Park, 416-978-3744, music.toronto.ca. To Feb 5
Winterlicious Culinary festival with participating restaurants offering a special prix-fixe menu. toronto.ca. To Feb 9

Week end Festivals Toronto, 10, December 2011

Week end Festivals Toronto, 10, December 2011 ,
Toronto Serbian Film Festival Eleventh edition of the fest featuring contemporary Serbian films. $15-$20, pass $70. Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles W), Royal Cinema (608 College) and TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King W), 647-831-1657, dijaspora.ca/festival20011. Dec 2 to 10
New Groundswell Festival Contemporary women’s theatre with staged readings of plays by Lisa Codrington, Kelly Thornton, Jordi Mand and others plus workshops and talks. $20, passes avail. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley, 416-368-3110, nightwoodtheatre.net. Nov 30 to Dec 10
Winterfest On Toronto’s Waterfront Puppet theatre, a Santa cruise, skating, pet photos, holiday light displays and more. Free-$12. Queens Quay, waterfrontbia.com. Dec 17 to 18

Toronto Festivals ,Dec 6 2011 post.

Festivals
Toronto Serbian Film Festival Eleventh edition
featuring contemporary Serbian films.
Cost : $15-$20, pass $70.
Location : Isabel Bader Theatre (93 Charles W), Royal Cinema (608 College) and TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King W),
Contact : 647-831-1657, dijaspora.ca/festival20011. To Dec 10
New Groundswell Festival Contemporary women’s theatre
Readings by Lisa Codrington, Kelly Thornton, Jordi Mand .
Cost : $20, passes avail.
Location : Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley,
Contact : 416-368-3110, nightwoodtheatre.net. To Dec 10

Festivals Toronto 1 December 2011

Festivals
Pomegranate Film Festival Screenings of Armenian films. $10, passes $50-$125. Armenian Youth Centre (50 Hallcrown), Regent Theatre (551 Mt Pleasant), pomegranatefilmfestival.com. Dec 1 to 4
New Groundswell Festival Contemporary women’s theatre with staged readings of plays by Lisa Codrington, Kelly Thornton, Jordi Mand and others plus workshops and talks. $20, passes avail. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley, 416-368-3110, nightwoodtheatre.net. To Dec 10

Festivals Toronto 27 Nov 2011

Festivals
Canadian Labour International Film Festival Films exploring workers’ rights, health and safety, racism, unions and other issues affecting workers. Screenings on Sat and Sun. Free. Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex, labourfilms.ca. Nov 19 to 27
European Union Film Festival Screenings of 24 films from 24 countries. Free. Royal Cinema, 608 College, eutorontofilmfest.ca. Nov 17 to 30
Love And Obsession Theatre Festival Performances of plays including A Depper Kind Of Love and The One. $15/2 shows $25. Red Sandcastle Theatre, 992 Queen E, 416-845-9411, redsandcastletheatre@gmail.com. Nov 22 to 27
Reel Awareness Amnesty International’s human rights film festival featuring documentaries and features from around the world. Pwyc-$10. National Film Board, 150 John, aito.ca/reelawareness. Nov 24 to 27
The Word Festival A 400th-anniversary celebration of the King James Bible and the works of Shakespeare through stage performances, lectures, improvisation, readings, movement and song. $20-$25, stu $15; pass $59. Young Centre for the Performing Arts 55 Mill, youngcentre.ca/thewordfestival. Nov 25 to 27

Festivals Toronto, 21 November 2011

Event:-Canadian Labour International Film Festival Films exploring workers’ rights, health and safety, racism, unions and other issues affecting workers.
Address:- Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex,
Website:-labourfilms.ca.
Event:-European Union Film Festival Screenings of 24 films from 24 countries.
Address:- Royal Cinema, 608 College,
Website:-eutorontofilmfest.ca.
Event:-Soundplay NAISA festival of experimentation in sound art and new media, with performances, installations, workshops and more.
Address:- Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie,

Website:-naisa.ca/soundplay.