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Yearly Archives: 2010
Four-time Canadian figure skating champion and four-time World Champion Kurt Browning was recently doing some filming for CBC on the Natrel Rink. He took a few minutes before heading out to share his thoughts on our rink.
This Saturday December 18th, 1 LOVE T.O. will take over Toronto’s waterfront to host DJ Skate Saturday Night at Harbourfront Centre. Earlier this week, we sat down with co-founder Tyrone Edwards (aka T-rexxx). Here’s what he had to say.
With the great success of last week’s launch, it’s safe to say that DJ Skate Night is entering a huge season. This Saturday, December 11th marks the second DJ Skate Night of the year at Harbourfront Centre.
Harbourfront Centre’s highly anticipated DJ Skate Nights begin this Saturday, December 4th! This Saturday’s opening weekend will begin with Cherry Bomb, Toronto’s largest inclusive monthly event for queer women and friends.
Robert Chafe was recently awarded the Governor General’s Literary Award 2010 for the play Afterimage, which was supported by Fresh Ground new works, Harbourfront Centre’s national commissioning programme, in 2007.
The Day of the Dead is an act of witnessing tradition, history, memory and the spiritual. Families gather at the gravesides of departed loved ones to bring them into the world of the living through stories and reminiscence. At Harbourfront Centre, we celebrate this festival annually.
Toronto Wide posted this great video from yesterday’s media call for PHOTOG: an imaginary look at the uncompromising life of Thomas Smith. The show runs until this Saturday, so be sure to grab your tickets!