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Scarborough · Arts & Life
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Children of all ages spent their Friday afternoon egg painting with a little bit of a sugar rush. Church of the Holy Trinity Guildwood organized an activity day for children in the Scarborough area. While…
Curran Hall Community Association hosted a fundraiser filled with bake goods, coffee and a good old fashion Easter hunt.
Kaleidoscopes is an intercultural arts program for youth in Grades 2 to 8.
Dressed in red blazers, the women walked out in single file, while men, wearing black shirts with red bow ties, followed behind. The show was about to commence. The Scarborough Village Singers choir performed at…
Stuck for ideas on where and how to ring in the New Year? Here’s the Scarborough Observer’s guide to some of the celebrations going on around town.
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On Dec. 7, the African Canadian Heritage Association (ACHA) held their annual Kwanzaa showcase at the Warden Woods Community Centre to celebrate and demonstrate the seven principles of the holiday.