Cross Canada Events Calendar
Now through Jan. 2 – Winter Festival Of Lights
Niagara Falls shines with nearly 2 million lights and
over 100 animated light displays. Plus Canada’s largest
New Year’s Eve party on Dec 31.
Nov. 24-26, 2006 – Canadian Aboriginal Festival
featuring a Pow Wow, performances, education day and
more from Ontario’s First Nations (Ojibway, Cree and
Iroquois etc.) at Toronto’s Rogers Centre (formerly
SkyDome). Learn more at www.CanAb.com.
Late Nov. to mid-Dec. 2006 – Toronto Christmas
Market. Learn about Canadian Christmas traditions at
Nathan Philip’s Square, City Hall.The market is open
Nov. 28 to Dec. 17 – Snow White and the Seven
Gnomes of Christmas. Featuring The Kyiv Ballet of the
National Opera of Ukraine with special guest artists
from Edmonton’s Ukrainian Shumka Dancers. Citadel
Theatre Box Office – 9828 101 A Avenue, Edmonton,
Dec. 2, 6 pm – 38th Annual Windsor Santa Claus
Parade. A night-time spectacle featuring inflatables,
floats, performance troups, and of course, Santa Claus.
Along Ouellette Avenue between Giles & University,
Dec. 6, 5:30 – 6:30 pm – Introduction to Ghanaian
Drumming at the Four Seasons Centre for the
Performing Arts, 145 Queen St.W.,Toronto.
Dec. 22, 10 am – 4:30 pm – Winter Solstice
Lantern Festival. A magical celebration of Dong zhi at
the Dr. Sun Yat-Sun Classical Chinese Garden & Public
Dec. 28, 12 – 1 pm – The Ancient Art of Kathak
Explained. The Kathak classical dance of the ancient
temple storytellers of Northern India at The Four
Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen