Japan Relief Events in Toronto Roundup

20 Mar

Toronto To Japan will host its own fundraising event in mid-April – watch this space for details!

For now, there are many events and activities going on in Toronto in support of the Japan Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster. Here’s a roundup of what’s coming up:

as different as night and day
March 5 to April 16, 2011
80 Gerrard St. E.
Tuesday-Friday 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm, Saturday 11:00 am – 5:30 pm

To those of Japan, in the wake of the earth quake and tsunami, these words have a terrifying potency… that in the space between night and day, the world as we know it can change.

Artist-in-dialogue deborah harris has reshaped the gallery space in response to this cataclysmic event, using sculpture and works from the permanent collection as well as collage that incorporates recent news images.


Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court, Toronto
7:30 PM
$8/Tax receipt issued for donations of $20+

Film screening followed by a discussion with Director Sturla Gunnarsson, moderated by CBC Radio’s Mary Wiens. Part of JCCC’s Japan Earthquake Relief Fund.


Support for Japan Dinner
Sunday, March 27
5 PM
Boehmer Restaurant
93 Ossington Avenue
$250
Call 416-531-3800 for tickets
Facebook event page

Fundraising dinner at Boehmer restaurant featuring a 5-course meal prepared by Jamie Kennedy, Paul Boehmer, Michael Stadtlander, Anthony Rose, Adam Colquhoun, John Higgins, Daisuke Izutsu, Chris McDonald, Anthony Walsh and Hiro Yoshida.

Japan Benefit Party
Friday, April 1
8 PM
Hard Rock Cafe
279 Yonge Street
$20

A fundraising event from JETAA Toronto.


Toronto Bakes for Japan
Sunday, April 10
11 AM – 3 PM
Liberty Noodle at Liberty Village
Website, Facebook and Twitter (hashtag #BakeForJapan)

A bake sale to raise money for Japan.

 

Check back at Toronto to Japan for information on more upcoming events!

 

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