Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Little boys and ghouls, prepare for a scare! Children, come and take a walk through a spooky haunted house created by the Don Mills Branch Youth Advisory Group. No registration required. For more information, call 416-395-571...
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Artists in the Library, presented in partnership with the Toronto Arts Council, celebrates the love of art in neighbourhoods outside of the downtown core....
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Aviation Historian Keith Hyde will discuss how aircraft at the start of WW1, where used primary to observe troop movements and for aerial reconnaissance. Both sides flew fragile biplanes, lacking realible engines and any form...
Described as Canada's "finest historical novel", Timothy Findley's The Wars evokes the sheer horror and dehumanization of World War I trench warfare. The novel chronicles the story of a young Canadian officer who rejects - w...
Toronto Reference Library
The Impressionists opened the floodgates of artistic innovation and experimentation and things haven't been the same since. In today?s lecture art historian Suzanne Tevlin will consider the innovative work of Edgar Degas and ...