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Three artists, Randell Adjei, Dwayne Morgan and Paulina O'Kieffe-Anthony, verbally respond to works from the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery's Fall 2023 Exhibit through Black cultural lens.
This video will be displayed at the Power Plant and online on their website for the month of February
This is a "new initiative celebrating Black cultures all year long" (Harbourfront Centre)
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Mother Earth Learning Lodge, 20 Willcocks St., Courtyard, University of Toronto
Eats, drinks available while quantities last
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Board games, meet and mingles, convesrations, networking and more
1 welcome drink and snacks
192 Spadina Ave.
At Cedar Ridge Creative Centre
Union Station at the Union Samples Kiosk
11am - 3pm
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Last Saturday of each month
Gain free* access to Gallery Visits & Vintage Crawls
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2 - 3:30pm
Meet at the Discovery centre
Bonfire, food, and time in the forest
Pets not allowed, service animals welcome
French language services available
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Enjoy winter activities while the relatively cold weather is still here. There are many that provide skates and / or offer complimentary hot chocolate: Skating Rinks in Toronto
In the West Wing of the station featuring performance by Canadian singer Jully Black and Poet Laureate of Ontario Randell Adjei
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Paint and Live Music
Doors open at 6:30pm
1122 Castlefield Avenue Toronto
Food and refreshments provided while quantities last
Event is targeted towards black youth between ages 15-29 years old
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