Performances

Randolph Academy Performing Arts for Kids
736 Bathurst St.   Toronto  ON  M5S2R4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.randolphacademy.com

[email protected]
416-924-2243 x 225
3 and up
Performances, college program, fall and winter kids programs like glee choir, dance, acting, summer camp, group workshops

Arabesque Academy
1 Gloucester St., Suite 107  Toronto  ON  M4L1L8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.arabesquedance.ca/

[email protected]
416-920-5593
all ages
Promoting bellydance and all Middle Eastern dance and music. Arabesque Dance Company and Orchestra, classes and nightclub.

Alumnae Theatre Company
70 Berkeley St.  Toronto   ON  M5A2W6
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/

[email protected]
416-364-4170
teens
Providing opportunities for women in theatre. Auditions, performances, membership, workshops, studio rental.

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
12 Alexander Street   Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.buddiesinbadtimestheatre.com/

[email protected]
416-975-9130
15 to 25
Theatre company. Queer Youth Arts Program provides an artistic meeting space for queer youth aged 15 to 25 to network. Young Creators Unit, Pride Cab to create, produce and perform a cabaret-style show etc.

Cabbagetown Theatre Company
various locations  Toronto  ON  -
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http://cabbagetowntheatre.com/

[email protected]
416-653-5870
all ages
Pantomime-style production for children during the Cabbagetown Festival, plus other short plays.

Etobicoke Musical Productions
Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, 500 The East Mall  Etobicoke  ON  -
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http://www.e-m-p.net/

[email protected]
416-248-0410
all ages
Not-for-profit theatre company produces and performs 2 musicals a year. Families encouraged to join. Members sing, dance, act, build sets, make props and costumes, prepare publicity and everything needed to produce a show. New scholarship presented annually to a student majoring in Music Theatre who demonstrates leadership, ability and community involvement.

Factory Theatre
125 Bathurst St.  Toronto  ON  M5V2R2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.factorytheatre.ca/

[email protected]
416-504-4473  416-504-9971
14 to 18
Youth Ensemble Playbuilding Workshop, no experience necessary. Workshops and education packages for teachers.

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
ONE FRONT STREET EAST  Toronto  ON  M5E1B2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.sonycentre.ca/

[email protected]
416-393-7463
all ages
See a variety of performances from Max and Ruby to Elvis Costello, Alicia Keys, the Russian Alexandrov Red Army Choir and Ensemble etc. Under 30 club gets tickets for them and a guest for 15 dollars each. Art gallery on site.

Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People
165 Front Street East    Toronto  ON  M5A3Z4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.lktyp.ca/

[email protected]
416-363-5131  416-862-2222
all ages
Theatre and drama school for kids. Performances.Class trips, workshops and professional development, teacher resources.

Medieval Times and Tournament
10 Dufferin St., Exhibition Place  Toronto  ON  M6K3C3
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.medievaltimes.com/ 

1-866-543-9637
all ages
Medieval dinner and tournament where knights compete on horseback.Birthday parties, educational partner information and group tickets.

Mysteriously Yours…Mystery Dinner Theatre
2026 Yonge Street   Toronto  ON  M4S1Z9
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.mysteriouslyyours.com/

[email protected]
416-486-7469  1-800-668-3323
10 and up
Enjoy a fabulous dinner while watching the play. Interactive with audience participation optional. Birthdays worked into play. Students and educators nights.

National Ballet of Canada
The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W.  Toronto  ON  M5H4G1
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://national.ballet.ca/

[email protected]
416-345-9595  1-866-345-9595
all ages
Canada’s premier dance company. School programs, family events

Native Earth Performing Arts
55 Mill Street, Building #74, Suite 300  Toronto  ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.nativeearth.ca/ 

416-531-1402
all ages
Not-for-profit organization dedicated to the expression of the Aboriginal Experience in Canada through theatre arts. Made-to-order theatre program for schools.

CNE
Press Building, Exhibition Place, 210 Princes’ Boulevard  Toronto  ON  M6K3C3
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.theex.com/

[email protected]
416-263-3800
all ages
Concerts and events, rides and games, horse and ice shows, exhibits like sand sculptures, midway rides, kids’ world and farm, cat and dog shows, garden show, shopping and food.

Canadian Opera Company
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.coc.ca/Home.aspx

[email protected]
416-363-8231  1-800-250-4653
all ages
Free Concert Series. Largest producer of operas in Canada. Programs, workshops, tours and resources for all ages. Youth Opera Lab with free dinner, free workshop and 2 free tickets! Summer Youth Intensive, Living Opera etc. After school program, March break and summer programs. Kids create their own operas. Programs for families and schools.

Mirvish Productions
284 King St. W., Suite 300  Toronto  ON  M5V1J2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.mirvish.com/

[email protected]
416-872-1212  1-800-461-3333
all ages
Productions like Billy Elliot The Musical, Ghost Stories, Disney’s The Lion King, Mary Poppins and more.

Casa Loma
1 Austin Terrace  Toronto  ON  M5R1X8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.casaloma.org/

[email protected]
416-923-1171
all ages
Canada’s majestic castle. Decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, stables, towers, and estate gardens. Self-guided tours in a variety of languages, for the visually and hearing impaired. Seasonal events and performances.

Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre (JCCC)
6 Garamond Court  Toronto  ON  M3C1Z5
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.jccc.on.ca/

[email protected]
416-441-2345
all ages
Open to everyone to showcase Japanese artistic and athletic talents; social and intellectual events, the history and future of Japanese-Canadian community. Many Japanese cultural programs. Almost half of members are of non-Japanese ancestry, and over a third are seniors. See and learn from artisans, musicians, dancers and martial arts practitioners. Coordinates community events and programs with other ethnic organizations to build harmony among cultures.

Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
1 Front St. East  Toronto  ON  M5E1B2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.sonycentre.ca/

[email protected]
855-872-7669
all ages
Performances like Max and Ruby, singers, musicians, bands etc.

Royal Conservatory of Music
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.rcmusic.ca/

[email protected]
416-408-2825
all ages
The finest music and arts education for over a century. Learning programs for people at all stages of their lives and learning. Also a first-rate performance centre with the launch of Koerner Hall and the Performing Arts division.

Second City Training Centres
70 Peter Street, Lower Level   Toronto  ON  M5V2G5
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://secondcity.com/?id=training-education/training/toronto/course_descriptions/ 

416-343-0011  1-800-263-4485
5 to 18
Classes for all ages and levels of experience. Summer camps and March break camps for ages 10 to 18, teen conservatory for ages 15 to 18, school programs kindergarten to grade 12, and performances. Drop-in improv classes, adult classes. Improvisational comedy performances.

Shakespeare in Actions – Shakespeare for Kids Summer Arts Camp
Central Commerce Collegiate Institute, 385 Roxton Rd.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://shakespeareinaction.org/

[email protected]
416-703-4881
all ages
Performances to audiences of all ages. Programs for schools and summer camps for kids ages 7 to 12 and teens ages 13 to 16.

Solar Stage Children’s Theatre
4950 Yonge St., box 115, The Madison Centre  Toronto  ON  M2N6K1
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.solarstage.on.ca/

[email protected]
416-368-8031  416-368-4715
3 to 10
Plays for kids aged 3 to 10 and their families. Music concerts, music theatre, birthday parties , school shows and summer theatre camps for ages 4 to 9.

Young Centre for the Performing Arts
55 Mill Street, Building 49  Toronto   ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.youngcentre.ca/

[email protected]
416-866-8666  416-504-1666
all ages
Home of Soulpepper’s year-round classical repertory and George Brown College’s Theatre School. Resident artists have it bursting at the seams with music, theatre, dance and the spoken word. Situated in the Distillery District.

Variety Village
3701 Danforth Avenue  Scarborough  ON  M1N2G2
Scarborough, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.varietyontario.ca/

[email protected]
416-367-2828
all ages
Fitness and life skills facility providing integrated sports and life skills programs to children and young people with disabilities. Fitness memberships for everyone and programs, educational and wellness services.

Ontario Place
955 Lakeshore Blvd. W.  Toronto  ON  M6K3B9
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.ontarioplace.com/

[email protected]
416-314-9900  1–866-663-4386
all ages
See IMAX films at the Cinesphere. New water slide and expanded water park for 2011. Canada Day fireworks. Treehouse Live! At the Waterfall Stage. See performances at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. Tons of rides and activity areas for the kids. Education programs for schools including the Performing Arts Festival.

Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra
ON  -
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http://www.tso.ca/

[email protected]
416-593-7769 x 373
all ages
Both the Young People’s Concert series and the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra offer opportunities for musical development beyond school hours. There are also many programs for schools to choose from including the Adopt-a-Player programme. Auditions, open call, competitions too.

Famous People Players Dine and Dream Theatre
343 Evans Ave.  Toronto  ON  M8Z1K2
Etobicoke, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.fpp.org/

[email protected]
416-532-1137  1-888-453-3385
all ages
Canada’s internatioanlly renowned black light theatre company. Savour fabulous food that received rave reviews in the Financial Post and Toronto Star, prepared in Newman’s Own Kitchen, then relax in the Phil Collins Theatre for an hour-long performance that will captivate all 5 senses. Enjoy your dessert and drinks and after the show. Shows are suitable for all ages.

Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company
401 Richmond St. W., Suite B104  Toronto  ON  M5V3A8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.flamencos.net/

[email protected]
416-595-5753
6 to 15
Providing concerts and performances capturing the essense of flamenco. Available for touring locally, nationally, internationally as well as for private functions. Dance lessons for adults from beginners to professionals and also has a popular children’s program. Also lessons for flemenco guitar.

Brenda Carol  – Jazz singer and educator
Near Woodbine subway station  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.brendacarol.com/

[email protected]
416-467-7959
all ages
Vocal lessons for beginner to professional. Block lesson times available upon request. Also beginner piano, guitar and theory lessons. No audition required. First come, first served. CD and performance info on her website. Also available for bookings with the jazz band ClaireVoyance.

Creative Vocalization Studio
707 Eglinton Ave. W.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.honeynovick.com/

[email protected]
416-782-7944
all ages
Teaches creative vocalization, scat singing, vocal production. Performs and creates song and poems; Produces concerts and CDs.

Diana Drew Singing Studio
McCowan and Hwy 7 area  Markham  ON  -
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http://www.dianadrew.com/about_lessons.htm

[email protected]
905-513-1986
6 and up
Private singing lessons for ages 6 to adult. Group vocal classes. Students can sing a wide variety of music styles and repertoire and can record high-quality CDs during classes. Get prepared for TV, film and Canadian Idol auditions! Year-end performance and show for all singing students.

High Park
1873 Bloor St W.  Toronto  ON  M6R2Z3
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.highpark.org/

[email protected]
416-397-2628  416-338-0338
all ages
So many fun things! Jamie Bell Adventure Playground, High Park Animal Paddocks, Colborne Lodge, CanStage TD Dream In High Park and High Park Organic Market. Shakespeare in the park is live theatre for the whole family. Also walking trails, fishing, sports venues, chess club, allotment Gardens, swimming pool and Grenadier Restaurant and Teahouse. You can book picnic shelter areas too. Also seasonal trackless train for a 9-stop, 25 minute ride around the Park. see also www.highparktoronto.com

Town of York Historical Places
260 Adelaide Street East  Toronto  ON  M5A1N1
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.townofyork.com/

[email protected]
416-865-9414
all ages
School programs from the oldest working post office in Canada. Group programs and tours can be booked by schools and the public. School programs can be combined with the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse. Old Town Toronto has the additional following attractions that offer curriculum-based education programs: The Distillery District, The Canadian Opera Company, The Market Gallery, St.James Cathedral, Mackenzie House and Campbell House.

Distillery Historic District
55 Mill Street, Building #58 Suite 200  Toronto  ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.thedistillerydistrict.com/

[email protected]
416-364-1177  416-507-3454
all ages
Internationally acclaimed village of brick-lined streets and dozens of restored Victorian Industrial buildings. It’s home to live theatres, art galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes and award-winning restaurants. It’s completely closed to traffic and one of Ontario’s hottest tourist attractions. So many exiting events throughout the year! Truly a place for everyone.

BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Madir
61 Clairville Dr.  Toronto  ON  M9W5Z7
Etobicoke, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://toronto.baps.org/

[email protected]
416-798-2277
all ages
The Mandir is a masterpiece of intricate design and workmanship of ancient Indian arts, traditions and philosophy. See the fusion of traditional Indian architecture with modern technology. Come to the Mandir to experience Hinduism, peace and tranquility and learn of the history and culture of the Indo-Canadian diaspora. Many activities, events and festivals held throughout the year. See website for many photos and details. There is no other building like it in Canada.

Next Stage Theatre Festival
344 Bloor Street West, Suite 208  Toronto  ON  M5S3A7
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.fringetoronto.com/nstf/

[email protected]
416-966-1062
all ages
A variety of theatre performances for kids through to adults held in the winter. The festival is produced by The Toronto Fringe Festival.

Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto – Parade and Junior Carnival
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.caribana.com/

[email protected]
416-391-5608 

Every summer, Toronto celebrates with elaborate and brilliantly costumed masqueraders and dozens of trucks carrying live calypso, steel pan, soca, reggae and salsa artists. It is the largest Caribbean festival in North America and includes the music, dance, food and costimes of Jamaica, Guyana, the Bahamas, Brazil and other cultures.

TD Irie Music Festival
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://iriemusicfestival.com/

[email protected]
905-799-1630 x 28
all ages
The 10th annual festival held July 29th to August 1st, 2011 is a free family friendly celebration of music at Queen’s Park and Yonge-Dundas Square. Music from reggae to salsa, soul to African. Dance from the African Diaspora. Also a visual arts exhibition, spoken word/literature, film screenings, food and drinks. There’ll be a children’s area for face painting, colouring contests with prizes, giveaways and TD Mural Wall.

Authors at Harbourfront Centre – Young readers festivals
235 Queens Quay West  Toronto  ON  M5J2G8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.readings.org/

[email protected]
416-973-4760
all ages
Operates year-round promoting interest and enthusiasm in writing and reading. Readings, round table discussions, interviews and performances involving over 7,500 authors from more than 100 countries! Authors runs a weekly literary event series, the annual International Festival of Authors and for younger readers, the YoungIGOA and ALOUD: a Celebration for Young Readers with Forest of Reading Festival of Trees. There is also Junior Authors Camp during March break and summer. Hands on bookmaking workshop in October during YoungIFOA’s School Visits programme.

Toronto City Roots Festival
Distillery District  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.torontocityroots.com/

[email protected] 

Annual free music festival with folk artists presenting songs of protest, conscience and hope. (On hiatus in 2011.) Memberships available (15. for students) to support and attend their year-round concert series.

Theatre Scarborough
Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Road  Scarborough  ON  M1M1R9
Scarborough, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.theatrescarborough.com/

[email protected]
416-439-1104 

Auditions June 1,2,,5, 2011 for Josheph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – children’s chorus for ages 7 to 14 and adult roles too. Auditions and job postings throughout the year. Many plays and music theatre performances throughout the year.

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Choir
Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West, Box 14  Toronto  ON  M5S1X7
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.tafelmusik.org/

[email protected]
416-964-9562
all ages
Special offers for people 30 and under including pay-what-you-can Fridays. Some performances at Massey Hall and Koerner Hall. Educational programs include free afternoon concerts for student audiences, downloadable preparatory materials for teachers and parents, musician visits to schools and a Juno Award-winning children’s recording. In-depth workshops, Baroque music adventure webgame and special ticket prices for teachers wishing to introduce their students to Tafelmusik concerts. Family concerts too.

Sunday Serenades Free Concerts
Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge St.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/special_events/

[email protected] 

all ages
See big band and jazz acts during the summer evenings for free. Learn dancing on Sunday evenings.

CANADIAN CHILDREN’S OPERA COMPANY
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.canadianchildrensopera.com/

[email protected]
416-366-0467
3 and up
The only permanent children’s opera company in Canada that commissions and produces operas for children on a regular basis. School Tours, in-school visits. Also after school programs like OPERAtion KIDS for ages 8 to 13 running Sept. to May at a cost of $20 per participant. Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience, knowledge or ability. Workshop includes acting, singing, prop-making, costumes, writing scripts, creating sets and stage management. Students will create an opera that will be written, designed and performed by the students.

Elmer Iseler Singers’ GET MUSIC!
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.elmeriselersingers.com/ 

647-340-8592

Programs for schools: Get Music! Educational Outreach and Leadership Programme for participating high school conductors and choirs to join the Elmer Iseler Singers in a Grand Finale to a grand year of mentoring, learning, collaboration, and choral excellence.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra
212 King Street West, 6th Floor  Toronto  ON  M5H1K5
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.tso.ca/ 

416-593-7769  416-598-3375
all ages
Many programs designed for students and their teachers: Adopt-a-player; TSO Preludes; TSO Student Concerts and Student Reviews; Group Masterclass; Morning with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and community programs for youth outside of school hours like: Young People’s Concerts; The Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra and Education on Tour. Also teacher and student resources – see links on website.

HANNAFORD Youth Bands
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.hssb.ca/

[email protected]
416-425-2874
10 to 24
Brass and percussion players ages 10 to 24, beginner to advanced can participate in any one of the 3 brass bands: The Hannaford Youth Band, The Hannaford Community Band and The Hannaford Junior Band. Each particpant must audition. Brass band instruments are provided.

Gryphon Trio Listen Up! Project
ON  -
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http://www.gryphontrio.com

[email protected]
416-445-4441  802-658-2592 

Listen Up! Involves an entire school in the creation of a new work for choir and piano trio. Students compose poetry and music throughout the year, culminating in a joint performance by the Gryphen Trio and the school choir.

Farmers’ Markets by the Bluffs Association
BirchCliff and Guildwood Village Markets  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.marketsbythebluffs.com/

[email protected]
416-686-6528
all ages
Two summer farmers’ markets that are community events with a homemade, handmade, earthmade mandate. Pick up fresh produce, fruit, meats, cheese, breads, sweet and savoury baked goods, meals-to-go, honey, preserves, granola, soups etc. Local artisans offer art, jewelry, pottery, photography etc. There are also musicians, artists and entertainers.

Distillery District Farmers’ Market
55 Mill St., Building #58, Suite 200  Toronto  ON  M5A3C4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.distilleryfarmersmarket.blogspot.com/

[email protected]
416-364-1177  416-507-3454
all ages
In addition to the farmers’ market on Sundays, you’ll find distinctive shops, excellent restaurants, jaw-dropping art galleries and fabulous performances. The distillery district comprises 10 streets with over 40 heritage buildings as this is the largest collection of Victorian era industrial architecture in North America. The Distillery is a trendy hot spot for residents an tourists alike offering numerous arts and entertainment festivals throughout the year like the famous Luminato night-time arts festival and TD Jazz Festival. The cobblestone streets are for people only and The Distillery District is listed as a top pick for travellers by National Geographic magazine.

Luminato Festival
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.luminato.com/

[email protected]
416-368-3100
all ages
June 10th to 19th, 2011. For 10 days, Toronto’s stages, streets and public spaces are illuminated with arts and creativity. An annual multi-disciplinary celebration of theatre, dance, music, literature, food, visual arts, fashion, film, magic and more. See website for daily schedules and free and ticketed events.

North By Northeast Festival and Conference
Multiple locations – see website  Toronto  ON  -
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http://nxne.com/

[email protected]
416-863-6963
all ages
June 13th to 19th, 2011. A music and film festival bring new and emerging talent – unsigned bands, indie favourites and major-label headlining artists alike. Last year, over 625 international, national and local acts showed their talents at 50 official festival stages in downtown Toronto’s famous club district. Over 280,000 music fans attended with thousands of industry professionals scouted and took part in conference sessions. NXNE Film screens 40 of the year’s best music-themed features, documentaries, shorts and experimental films from around the world.

Pride Toronto
14 Dundonald St.  Toronto  ON  M4Y1K2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.pridetoronto.com

[email protected]
416-927-7433
all ages
June 24th to July 3rd, 2011. Pride Week celebrates Toronto’s diverse sexual and gender identities, histories, cultures, creativities, families, friends and lives. It includes a 3-day street festival with over 8 stages of live entertainment, an extensive street fair (including community booths, vendors and food stalls), a special Family Pride program, a Dyke March, Trans March and the famous Pride Parade. Recognized as one of the “Top 50 Festivals in Ontario” by Festivals and Events Ontario, it’s also been awarded the “Best Festival in Canada” by the Canadian Special Event industry 2 years in a row!

TD Toronto Jazz Festival
82 Bleecker Street  Toronto  ON  M4X1L8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.torontojazz.com/

[email protected]
416-928-2033
all ages
June 24th to July 3rd, 2011. This annual, 10-day festival has become known as one of North America’s premier jazz festivals! Over 350 performances with more than 1,500 musicians performing at approximately 40 locations around Toronto. Metro Square, in the hear of the Entertainment District seats 1,200 at the fully-licensed Mainstage Marquee and outdoor stage where many extraordinary events are offered free to the public. See some of the greatest jazz celebrities in the world!

Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival
Toronto’s Centre Island  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.torontodragonboat.com/

[email protected]
416-595-0313
all ages
June 25th to 26th, 2011, sponsored by President’s Choice. See 180 to 200 teams from across Canada, the U.S., the Caribbean Islands, Europe and Asia with over 5,000 athletes. New to the festivities is the Pan Am Village where booths with cultural artifacts, displays and food from the Latin American and Caribbean backgrounds will be set up. Hear their music on the main stage throughout the 2-day event.

Canada Day
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.toronto.ca/special_events

[email protected]
416-338-0338
all ages
July 1st celebrates Canada Day. For 2011, Mel Lastman Square will be have events.

Beaches International Jazz Festival
1798 Queen Street East  Toronto  ON  M4L1G8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.beachesjazz.com/

[email protected]
416-698-2152
all ages
July 15th to 24th, 2011. This free annual festival happens at Woodbine Park, KEW Gardens, Latin Square and Big Band stages and along a 2km stretch of Queen St. East for the Streetfest. The streetfest closes off a section of Queen St. East to foot traffic only from 7pm to 11pm on July 21st to 23rd to showcase 50 bands playing everything from big band, swing, dixieland, to funk, R & B, soul, Afro-Cuban etc.

Greektown Taste of the Danforth
Greektown on the Danforth BIA, #201 – 699 Danforth Ave.   Toronto  ON  M4J1L2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://tasteofthedanforth.com/

[email protected]
416-469-5634  416-402-4948 

August 5th to 7th, 2011. Sponsored by Pilaros. This is Canada’s largest street festival and has won many awards. Showcasing the best of Hellenic food, culture and music, plus interactive children’s games. The Celbrity Stage has events going on from Second City, Stage West, Toronto Symphony, So You Think You Can Dance Canada, Jesse Labelle, Arkadia and many more. There’s also a Greek Stage, Sports Zone, Kids’ Fun Zone and many freebies.

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
Ricoh Coliseum, Exhibition Place  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.royalfair.org/

[email protected]
416-263-3400
all ages
November 4 to 13th, 2011. This is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world! Growers, exhibitors compete for champion titles. Something for everyone in your family. Animals, giant vegetables, Royal Horse Show, good health exhibits, butter scultpures, square dancing, Woof and Hoof and the President’s Choice SuperDogs!

Canadian Aboriginal Festival
Copps Coliseum, 101 York Blvd.  Hamilton  ON  L8R3L4
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.canab.com/

[email protected]
519-751-0040
all ages
November 25th to 27th, 2011. Organized and coordinated by Indian Art-I-Crafts of Ontario. Experience the Marketplace, Pow Wow, Fashion Show, Performing Arts, Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Education Day, Lacrosse Competition, Traditional teachings, workshops etc.

SCHOOL OF COBA COLLECTIVE OF BLACK ARTISTS
2444 Bloor St. W., 2nd Floor  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.cobainc.com/

[email protected]
416-658-3111
3 and up
Along with performances, COBA offers a children’s dance and drumming program for ages 3 and up. Also teen and adult open dance and drumming classes. Professional Training Apprenticeship Program is a 3 year program for emerging artists looking for in-depth training in dance and/or music. Also a 1-year intesive for dancers and teachers.

Nathaniel Dett Chorale
40 Baycrest Avenue  Toronto  ON  M6A1W1
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.nathanieldettchorale.org/

[email protected]
416-340-7000 

The Training Choir is a pilot project for Toronto-area TDSB high school students of Aftrican Heritage. Training in choral and vocal technique, music theory and Afrocentric history. Students chosen based on musical ability and potential to benefit from the experience of working in a professional environment. Regular rehersals. Opportunity to perform with and be mentored by they members of the professional Chorale. The TDSB works with the Chorale to provide opportunities for the Training Choir members to act as mentors and role models themselves in their own schools.

Beach Celtic Festival, The
Kew Gardens    ON  -
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http://www.thecelticfestival.com/

[email protected]
416-686-9231
all ages
September 10th and 11th, 2011. A celebration of Celtic music, vendors, food and fun.

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto
5183 Sheppard Avenue East  Scarborough  ON  M1B5Z5
Scarborough, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.cccgt.org/

[email protected]
416-292-9293
all ages
The largest Chinese cultural centre in North America! Art gallery. State-of-the-art 600-seat theatre and 8500 square foot multi-purpose hall for sports, recreational activities, trade shows and banquets. Resource centre, boardroom, studios and classrooms. Family Connections Programme, Youth Chapter, Friendship Programme, Group Tours, Cultural and Educational Services. Events almost every day! Green Summer Camp for ages 4 to 12 – children trained in both Cantonese and Mandarin. Youth Orchestra, Chinese School. Classes in Chinese Opera, music-strings, table tennis, board games, cartooning… So much to do – you must see the website!

Waterfront Blues -Free Admission
1798 Queen St. E.  Toronto  ON  M4L1G8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.waterfrontblues.ca/

[email protected]
416-698-2152  416-423-3224
all ages
June 3rd to 5th, 2011.  Many blues performers at Woodbine Park. Free admission. Waterfront Blues After Party, great food, contest, children’s amusement area and more.

BEACHES ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
Kew Gardens Park – Lee Ave. and Queen St. E.   Toronto  ON  -
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www.beachesartsandcraftsshow.com
[email protected]
416-690-8859  416-698-0143 

Saturday, June 11 & Sunday, June 12, 10am-6pm. Over 150 crafts people from across Canada selling quality one-of-a-kinds.

Red, White & Vinyl Festival
Woodbine Park    ON  -
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http://www.vinyl953.com/Events/RedWhiteVinyl.aspx

[email protected]
905-521-9900  1-800-953-2464
all ages
Canada Day, July 1st, 2011. Free admission! Performers: Dan Hill, Brass Transit, Alannah Myles, Andy Kim and Lighthouse. Family Fun Zone, Disco Dance Party, Licensed Brava Area. Toronto’s largest fireworks display at dusk.

BRAZILFEST
Earlscourt Park, 1369 St. Clair Ave. W.  Toronto  ON  -
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http://www.brazilfest.ca/

[email protected]
416-299-5932
all ages
Sunday July 24th, 2011. The Toronto International BrazilFest is the largest celebration of Brazilian heritage and culture in Canada. Experience the music, dance, food and arts of Brazil.

Cirque du Soleil
Multiple locations – see website    ON  -
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http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/home.aspx#/en/home/americas/canada.aspx

[email protected] 

Touring live theatre company performing many different adventurous and imaginative shows around the world. Art galleries, fitness programs for women and private, corporate and public events.

Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre
4600 Bathurst St., 4th Floor  Toronto  ON  M2R3V2
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://holocaustcentre.com/

[email protected]
416-631-5689
all ages
Programs, workshops, performances, cultural events, exhibitions, museum and memorial, library, school and educational programs, bar/bat mitzvahs and more.

Driftwood Theatre Group, The
75 Browning Avenue  Toronto  ON  M4K1W1
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.driftwoodtheatre.com/

[email protected]
416-466-3843  905-576-2396
all ages
Ontario’s beloved outdoor summer-touring theatre company, sharing the works of William Shakespeare since 1995. Their philosophy that all audiences should have access to high quality, professional theatre is demonstrated by pay-what-you-can admission. Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare’s Shorts and the great getaway experience Trafalgar 24 – a juried festival involving the audience at Trafalgar Castle in Whitby.

Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay W.  Toronto  ON  M5J2G8
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/summer/festivals.cfm?festival_id=81

[email protected]
416-973-4600
all ages
Canoe Rides on the Natrel Pond May to October. Free outdoor concerts: North by Northeast June 11 – 12. Free Flicks July and August – outdoors by the lake, see 6 films; Canada Day – our 144th with music, food, comedy, family activities, film etc. Dancing on the Pier Thursdays starting June 23 – see the boardwalk heat up! Franco-Fête 2011, running June 24 – 26, 2011 celebrates francophone culture with food, music and a spotlight on France. Weekends from June 25 – Oct10, experience World Cafe. SoundClash competition – are you one of Toronto’s hottest bands or artists? Cash prize. Also, On the Pulse July 2nd and 3rd, Corazon de Mexico July 8 – 10, Colombian Colours 2 Diaspora Festival July 15 – 17, Tirgan Iranian Festival July 21 – 24, Calypso festival July 27, Island Soul Festival July 29 – August 1st.

Annie
Orangeville Town Hall Opera House, 87 Broadway  Orangeville  ON  l9W1K1
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.orangevillemusictheatre.com/ 

519-942-3423
all ages
See Annie from June 4 – 18, 2011. A musical about a spunky girl in an orphanage finding a new home with a billionaire.

CSI: Live!
Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd.  Toronto  ON  M3C1T3
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/calendar/default.asp?eventid=1070&ddmmyyyy=30052011 

416-696-1000
all ages
June 6 – September 5, 2011. Participate in an interactive performance that takes you on a journey through crime scene investigations. Free with paid admission to the Science Centre.

“Glee Live! In Concert!”
Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay St.  Toronto  ON  M5J2X2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.theaircanadacentre.com/events/event.asp?event_id=704 

416-815-5500
all ages
June 11 – 12, 2011. Starring 13 members of the television show’s cast.

Brooklin Music in the Park
Grass Park, 41 Baldwin St.  Brooklin  ON  L1N2M8
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.whitby.ca/index.php?app=1&uid=2121&dateid=06/

[email protected]
905-430-4300 x 2353
all ages
Enjoy a variety of free musical performances in the park.

Burlington Sound of Music Festival
Brant Street from Caroline St. to Lakeshore Blvd.  Burlington  ON  L7R4K3
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.soundofmusic.ca/

[email protected] 

all ages
June 16 – 19, 2011. Free festival. Enjoy the parade, carnival, family zone, downtown streetfest, food, market, soiree, etc. See website for band line-up. MusicEd is the musical education segment of the festival presented at the Burlington Art Centre Saturday June 18th. Taking it to the Streets is a unique music theatre program for children ages 4-12 in age appropriate groups. It’s an interactive workshop introducing children to drama, singing and movement to music theatre songs. Sessions are free and 45 minutes long. E-mail [email protected] to secure a spot as space is limited.

Summerfest – Fabulous 50s Festival
Historic Downtown Bowmanville  Bowmanville  ON  L1C3A6
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.bowmanville.com/

[email protected]
905-623-2297
all ages
June 23 – 25, 2011 is the sidewalk sale. The Fabulous 50s Festival is a free street festival and sidewalk sale, beach volleyball tournament, family activities and displays June 25th.

Lorin Maazel, Castleton Festival Orchestra, Dame Helen Mirren, Jeremy Irons
Rexall Centre, York University, 1 Shoreham Dr.  Toronto  ON  M3N3A6
North York, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.blackcreekfestival.com/concert/castleton-festival-orchestra/

[email protected]
416-927-7007  1-888-860-7888
all ages
June 29, 2011. Hear “Music Inspired By Shakespeare” performed by the Castleton Festival Orchestra with the Castleton Festival Chorus, conducted by Maestro Lorin Maazel. Shakespeare’s verses performed by the famous award winners Dame Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons. Part of the Blackcreek Summer Music Festival.

16th Annual Kool FM Barrie Jazz & Blues Festival
Multiple locations – see website map  Barrie  ON  L4N7Y9
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://www.barriejazzbluesfest.com/

[email protected]
705-739-4721
all ages
June 9 – 20, 2011. Over 25 venues, world-class musicians and free events.

29th Annual Spring Automotive Flea Market
8th Line  Oro  ON  L0L2X0
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://www.burlscreek.com/?page_id=10/

[email protected]
705-487-3663  705-487-6280
all ages
June 2 – 5, 2011. Collectibles & classic cars, hard-to-find car parts. A car lover’s dream. Thousands of vendors. Sunday Car auction. Car sales corral, good food and beer tent. Stay overnight at their campground. No pets allowed in park. Free parking.

Arts on Main  2011
Main streets of Alliston, Beeton, Cookstown and Tottenham  South Simcoe  ON  -
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http://www.southsimcoeartscouncil.com/uploads/AoM_brochure_2011_final_print.pdf/

[email protected]
705-434-2378
all ages
May 28 – June 11, 2011. Free music festivals, celebrations, art, street performers, authors and carnivals along the main streets of these towns. See website brochure for details on Tottenham Bluegrass Festival June 17 – 19; Cookstown’s Re:Style Vintage June 15th; Youth Arts by the River May 28 – June 11 – juried art show open to all youth up to grade 12; Scavenger Hunt May 28 – June 11; Battle of the Brushes June 11th in Alliston.

Band Shell Concert Series
Memorial Park  Bracebridge  ON  P1L1R6
Muskoka, Parry Sound and Algonquin Park Region

http://www.bracebridgechamber.com/local-events/index.php?month=6/

[email protected]
705-645-3037
all ages
Mondays and Thursdays May 26 – end of August, 2011. Enjoy free music and entertainment in the heart of Muskoka. Family Zumba Party June 11th. Donations welcome and go directly to performers. Enjoy concert bands, country, folk, rock n’ roll, gospel, pipes and drums, brass bands, dixieland, blues and children’s musical entertainment. Bring your own lawn chairs. Picnic areas, pets accepted, parking on-site.

Bugs Bunny to Disney…The Songs
Trinity United Church, 42 William St.  Bobcaygeon  ON  K0M1A0
Kawartha and Northumberland Region

http://www.bobcaygeonmusic.com/concerts/

[email protected]
705-738-1975
all ages
June 4, 2011. A wild and wacky new show. Hear all your favourite Looney Tunes and Disney songs while watching a story unfold its way through the songs.

Cobourg Highland Games Festival
Donegan Park, se of D’Arcy St. and Queen St.  Cobourg  ON  K9A4L1
Kawartha and Northumberland Region

http://www.cobourghighlandgames.ca/

[email protected]
905-373-4166
all ages
Saturday June 25, 2011. Parade through downtown Cobourg, Highland dancers, Celtic entertainers, pipes and drums, sheep herding and Medieval Knights! The Donegal Fiddlers Orchestra is back by demand. Strong Men and Strong Women competitions. Games for the kids. Vendors showcase Scottish food, crafts, clan displays and representatives. Kids 12 and under are free! No pets allowed on grounds.

Cottage Country Comedy Festival
Multiple locations – see website map    ON  P1L1R6
Muskoka, Parry Sound and Algonquin Park Region

http://cottagecomedy.com/ 

705-645-5264
16 and up
June 23 – Aug.12, 2011. See website for minimum age requirements, venues and performers.

Downtown Cobourg Busker and Street Festival
Downtown Cobourg  Cobourg  ON  K9A3P9
Kawartha and Northumberland Region

http://www.downtowncobourg.ca/events.asp/

[email protected]
905-377-8024  1-888-262-6874
all ages
June 11, 2011. Family friendly street festival with live entertainment, activities for the kids, Buskers and much more

Lawnchair Luminata
Multiple locations – see website map  Barrie  ON  L4N0A1
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://www.lawnchairluminata.com/ 

705-734-1414

Bringing you a diverse range of arts and entertainment every summer Wednesday until August 25, 2011. A collaboration of theatre, music, art, film, literature and more. Bring your lawn chair.

Ode’min Giizis Festival
Multiple locations – see website map  Peterborough  ON  K9J7Y8
Kawartha and Northumberland Region

http://okw-arts.ca/festival/

[email protected]
705-745-1788
all ages
June 15 – 19, 2011. Over 100 Indigenous artists, including musicians, performers, visual artists, writers, storytellers, artisans and dancers. June 18th is the annual Community Procession that leads to their Traditional Gathering. See website for what’s happening at all the venues.

Orillia Spring Blues Festival
Terry Fox Circle, Couchiching Park  Orillia  ON  L3V7T5
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://www.orilliaspringblues.com/

[email protected]
705-325-4530
all ages
June 10 – 12, 2011. Free waterfront blues festival. Celebrations around town also. See website for venues and band roster.

Cameco Capitol Arts Centre
20 Queen St.  Port Hope  ON  L1A3Z4
Kawartha and Northumberland Region

http://www.capitoltheatre.com/ 

905-885-1071  1-800-434-5092

Theatre performances, music and film. See website for event schedule and details.

Blue Mountain Village
11 km west of Collingwood off Hwy 26 on Blue Mountain Rd.  Collingwood  ON  -
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http://www.villageatblue.com/1.news.events/1.1.events.asp

[email protected]
877-445-0231  705-445-0231
all ages
Samsung Movies Under the Stars shows box office hits every Wednesday and Friday evening at dusk – see website for movie schedule and bring your chair;  Wild Wonders at Blue June 18 – 19, 2011 presents bird and reptile shows, village dj and face painting; Salsa at Blue Mountain June 24 – 26, 2011 voted Best New Festival in Ontario. Showcasing the music, dancing, fiery foods of Latin life, fireworks, beach party, freestyle soccer, children’s activities and much more. Award winning festival for last 3 years.; July 1 – Canada Day with free activities all day – street performers, live music, guided family hikes, gondola rides, splash fountain, scavenger hunts, movies under the stars and fireworks.

Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival
Memorial Park  Stouffville  ON  L4A7Z4
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.strawberryfestival.ca/

[email protected]
905-642-3779
all ages
July 1 – 2, 2011. Opening ceremonies with Lions Beef BBQ and Giggles Comedy Night. Canada Day fun and games, The Peoples Parade, carnival rides, crafters in the park, Blackboard Blues Band, cake and fireworks! Strawberry festival Saturday with food, crafts, games, competitions, entertainment for the whole family. Sunday church service and a strawberry social.

PoultryFest Niagara
Arena and downtown  Smithville  ON  L0R2A0
Niagara Falls and Wine Country Region

http://www.poultryfest.ca/index.php/

[email protected]
905-957-3751 

June 25, 2011, 7:30 am to 10pm. Antique Tractor Pull and Show, Classic Car and Truck Show, Giant Craft Show and Sale, Historic Train Station, Penny Sale, Poultry Discovery Centre, Smithville Farmers’ Market, Sport Compact Car and Truck Show, Marketplace, live entertainment at 3 stages, Niagara Inflatables Family Zone, Chicken Chariot races, Egg Drop Competition, PoultryFest Idol Competition, Mild Run, Wing Eating Contest, lots of food starting with breakfast and more.

Port Stanley Festival Theatre
6 – 302 Bridge St.  Port Stanley  ON  N5L1C3
Southwest Ontario Region

http://www.portstanleytheatre.ca/youth.htm/ 

1-855-782-4353  519-782-4353
8 and up
33 years of plays by the lake. See website for descriptions. Also Youth Theatre Camps in July for children 8 to 11. Each one-week session includes communication and concentration activities, drama, Games, improvisation, character work and expression through movement, dance, singing, voice work and storytelling techniques. Also March Break Youth Camp.

Stratford Symphony Orchestra
Multiple locations – see website map  Stratford  ON  N5A6W4
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Region

http://www.stratfordsymphonyorchestra.ca/ 

519-271-0990
all ages
June 18, 2011 attend A Classic Weekend and finish off the season July 9th with Baroque and Beyond. See website for concert series information and venues.

Westfield Heritage Village
1049 Kirkwall Rd. (RR 552)  Rockton  ON  L0R1X0
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region

http://www.conservationhamilton.ca/special-events/events/listlocationevents/1/

[email protected]
1-800-883-0104  905-525-2181
all ages
School programs, venue rental and special events. June 19, 2011 is the Father’s Day Steam and Machine Show; Canada Day celebrations July 1st; Ice-cream Festival July 31 – August 1, 2011. Live music, horse and wagon rides, magic show, games and living history; Ghost Tours August 19, 2011 during twilight hear strange stories; Music of the British Isles August 28th; Telling Tales September 18th and more.

Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
12 Nelson St. E.  Meaford  ON  N4L1N6
Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe Region

http://visitmeaford.com/meaford-hall-home.html/

[email protected]
1-877-538-0463 

Formerly known as the Opera House, it’s a beautifully restored and renovated century-old landmark. Hosting many performances including live theatre, music, films, dance, entertainment, community, corporate and social events. June 18, 2011 is when you can hear Grammy award-winning conductor Bramwell Tovey, Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony and Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Cambridge Riverfest
Riverbluffs Park, George St.  Cambridge  ON  N1R5W8
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Region

http://www.cambridgeriverfest.com/riverfest/ 

519-740-4681
all ages
June 4, 2011., 10-4.  Free festival. Come and enjoy the Grand River with rides, interactive games and displays, live music, food, arts and crafts and a wonderful children’s area with entertainers for children. River rides too.

Children’s Festival
Court House Park  Goderich  ON  N7A1M2
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Region

http://www.goderich.ca/

[email protected]
519-524-6600  519-524-8344
all ages
June 25, 2011. Free festival. Teddy Bear Parade at 10:30 am. Activities and entertainers, play area, crafts – all for children and much more.

Dunnville’s 37th Mudcat Festival “Salutes Our Troops”
Central/Wingfield Park/around town  Dunnville  ON  N1A2X1
Southwest Ontario Region

http://www.dunnvillechamberofcommerce.ca/mudcat.php/

[email protected]
905-774-3183
all ages
June 8 – 12, 2011. Free. Named one of the top 100 festivals in Ontario. Tributes to local and Canadian soldiers -  Parade starts at 10am. Midway, fireworks, dances, magician, juggler, cruise night, strong man contest, duck and canoe races, reptile show, bed races, musical acts, pony rides and food.

Elora Festival
33 Henderson St.  Elora  ON  N0B1S0
Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Region

http://www.elorafestival.com/

[email protected]
1-888-747-7550  519-846-5947
all ages
Fridays and Saturdays in July beginning July 8, plus July 31, 2011. ( July 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, 31) A summer festival of classical and contemporary music, with an emphasis on choral works, featuring internationally renowned Canadian artists. Over 30 performances in unique venues. Also Elora Festival Kids Camp runs July 11-15 from 9-4 for 8-13 years old. Registration package due May 17th. They’ll perform Disney’s Sleeping Beauty July 15th.

Lorraine Kimsa Theatre For Young People
165 Front St. E.  Toronto  ON  M5A3Z4
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.lktyp.ca/en/drama/index.cfm

[email protected]
416-363-5131  416-862-2222
JK to Gr. 12
Year-round classes, personal coaching, jr. ensemble, March break and summer drama camps.

Toronto Zoo and Zoo Camp
361A Old Finch Avenue  Toronto  ON  M1B5K7
Scarborough, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://torontozoo.com/

[email protected]
416-392-5929
all ages
Zoo School – earn Gr. 11 biology credit and university prep., school programs and outreach. Summer camps age 4 and up and programs.

City Playhouse Theatre
1000 New Westminster Dr.   Thornhill  ON  -
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http://www.cityplayhouse.ca

[email protected]
905-326-7469  905-882-7469
all ages
All ages. Professional, community based and youth theatre, performances in dance, music, educational programming for all kids with focus on curriculum.

Kortright Centre for Conservation
9550 Pine Valley Drive  Woodbridge  ON  L4L1A6
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.kortright.org/

[email protected]
905-832-2289
all ages
Maple syrup sugarbush, solar energy marketplace, energy workshops, solar car race, March break, Easter, magic show, music show, tech workshops.

Living Arts Centre
4141 Living Arts Drive  Mississauga  ON  L5B4B8
Mississauga, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.livingartscentre.ca/homepage/

[email protected]
1-88-805-8888  905-306-6000
all ages
Plays and music performances for kids and adults.

Mooredale
146 Crescent Rd.  Toronto  ON  M4W1V2
Toronto, Greater Toronto Area Region

http://www.mooredale.org

[email protected]
416-922-3714  416-587-9411
2.5 to 14
Ages 2.5 to 14. Preschool, clubs, camps, concerts, sports, recreational programs. Music, dance, fitness, art, sports, theatre, certification programs.

Paramount Canada’s Wonderland
9580 Jane Street  Vaughan  ON  L6A1S6
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.canadas-wonderland.com

[email protected]
905-832-8131
all ages
Roller coasters and thrill rides, family rides, splash works, live shows, kids section.

True North Brass
42 Jessie Crescent  Sharon  ON  L0G1V0
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.truenorthbrass.com/

[email protected]
905-478-1882
all ages
One of the world’s finest brass ensembles, Brass Performance, Recordings and Sheet Music, on-line store.

West End Studio Theatre
1109 North Service Road East  Oakville  ON  L6H1A6
Hamilton, Halton and Brant Region
www.the-west.ca
[email protected]
905-845-9378
3 and up
Ages 3 to adult. March break, half day and full day summer camps, seasonal sessions.
Wonderful World of Circus
2600 John Street, Unit 115  Thornhill  ON  L3R3W3
York, Durham and Hills of Headwaters Region

http://www.wonderfulworldofcircus.com/

[email protected]
905-479-2411  1-905-479-2411 

March, winter, Halloween, spring, gymnastics, circus arts classes, acrobats, trampoline, dance, fitness, moms and tots, kindergym.