Breakfast with Frances Nunziata in support of UrbanArts

par UrbanArts

  • vendredi, 26 avril 2019 de 8:00 Matin à 9:00 Matin (HAE)
  • UrbanArts 5 Bartonville Ave. E., York, ON M6M 2B1

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Please join Frances Nunziata, Councillor Ward 5 and Toronto City Council Speaker for a special networking breakfast in support of UrbanArts, this is an exclusive invitation with limited capacity.

A light breakfast with coffee and tea will be provided. There is no admission cost and donations are gratefully accepted.

Détails

Visit one of Toronto’s hidden gems, a former city sign manufacturing facility located in a laneway that was transformed into a focus for the community’s creative spirit for music, dance, rehearsals, performances, a community garden and kitchen for exploring and celebrating the diverse cultures of our community.

Hear from Councillor Frances Nunziata about her unwavering support of UrbanArts and why is it vital to the future of this community.

Learn about UrbanArts, its exciting free programs, events and plans to expand its geographical reach with a dynamic creative space in the new Artscape Weston Common Cultural Hub.

Find out about UrbanArts’ donor, sponsor recognition and volunteer opportunities, and make a difference by joining this amazing community arts movement.

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UrbanArts
5 Bartonville Ave. E., York, ON M6M 2B1

26 avril 2019
vendredi, 26 avril 2019 8:00 Matin (HAE)

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Marlene McKintosh c/o David Blackmore
UrbanArts
5 Bartonville Ave. E.
York , ON
M6M 2B1

À propos de cet organisme

UrbanArts is committed to the goal of building inclusive, engaged communities by enriching peoples’ lives through the arts, culture, and heritage, through programs, services, and resources, with a focus on York South-Weston. Recently UrbanArts became an anchor tenant and programming partner in the new Weston Common Cultural Hub has also expanded its services to seniors through intergenerational arts-based programming. UrbanArts’ 2017-18 Impact Report outcomes include: 7220 children and youth served, 15,565 audience participation, 185 artists paid.