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  • Toronto District School Board History Fair (2014)

    Tues. April 29, 10 am to 2:30 pm
    View history project displays from the West District of the TDSB.
    Included with regular admission.

  • Community Cleanup Day (2014)

    Sat. April 26, 10 am to 12 noon
    Help us with spring cleaning of the Garrison Common. All equipment will be provided.
    Contact David Juliusson @ 416-392-6907 ext. 233
    A free Family Pass will be offered to all volunteers.

  • Canadian Citizenship Ceremony at the Fort (2014)

    Fri. April 25, 11 am to 12 noon
    Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, in partnership with Fort York’s volunteer Citizenship Committee and Fort York National Historic Site, will host candidates for citizenship. Prior to the ceremony, community round table discussions will be convened . The event includes guest speakers, music, and a reception.
    Free admission until 12:30 pm.

  • Art Exhibit: Illinois, Land of Warriors (2014)

    Mon. to Thur. April 14 to 17
    A special exhibition featuring nine new posters of legendary Indigenous leaders by visual artist Philip Cote.
    Included with regular admission.

  • Indigenous Arts Festival (2014)

    Fri. to Sun. June 20 to 22
    A celebration of traditional and contemporary Indigenous art and culture centered around National Aboriginal Day. Featuring The Honouring by Kaha:wi Dance Theatre; The Ministry of Grace by Article 11; drum songs, dance, and storytelling by the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation; music, crafts, food, and more.
    Free admission.

  • Field Trip (2014)

    Sat. and Sun. June 7 and 8
    A world-class, two-day boutique music and arts festival highlighting the community’s best culinary offerings, as well as collaborative explorations of art, photography, technology, fashion, and more.
    Visit http://www.fieldtriplife.com/ for details and ticket prices.

  • The Grid Burger Day on Garrison Common (2014)

    Sun. June 1
    A day of fun, sun, and the most inventive sliders the city has to offer.
    Visit http://www.thegridto.com/burger-week/ for details and ticket prices.

  • Doors Open (2014)

    Sat. and Sun. May 24 and 25, 10 am to 5 pm
    Fort York will open its doors for this annual celebration of history and architecture. Enjoy special tours of some of Toronto’s oldest architecture and original War of 1812 buildings or stroll the grounds of this National Historic Site.
    Free admission all weekend.

  • Victoria Day (2014)

    Mon. May 19, 10 am to 5 pm
    What better way to celebrate Victoria Day than to visit the birthplace of Toronto. Tours, kids’ activities such as soldiers’ drill, demonstrations of Georgian-era cooking techniques in one of the oldest kitchens in Toronto, English country dancing.
    Regular admission.

  • Battle of York Commemoration Day (2014)

    Sun. April 27, 10 am to 5 pm
    Discover Fort York National Historic Site and commemorate the 201st anniversary of the Battle of York fought on 27 April 1813. Enjoy War of 1812-era drill and musket firing exercises; Battle of York, Fortification, and 1812 Barracks tours; demonstrations of Georgian-era cooking techniques. Step into the Soldiers’ Barracks brought to life by period animators. Children can learn the marching and musket drill practiced by the Upper Canada Militia in 1812. Learn about English Country dancing with the York Regency Dancers. A special walking tour focusing on the Battle of York will begin at the entrance to Fort York at 11 am and 2 pm. Using the Fort, Garrison Common, and areas of the original shoreline it will highlight the dramatic battle that took place here 201 years ago.
    Regular admission.