Three-Day Cultural Festival
NEW THIS YEAR ON SATURDAY, October 20 AT 10 AM PARADE OF NATIONS “CELEBRATING CANADA’S 150TH BIRTHDAY”
Day 1 Friday, October 19, 2018, 11 AM – 10 PM
11 AM – 12 PM Opening Ceremony
12 PM Opening of Marketplace & Festival
1 PM – 3 PM Canada’s 150th Canadian Citizenship Ceremony
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3 PM – 5 PM Live Entertainment
6 PM– 8 PM Movie Screening at Cineplex Scarborough – co-presented by CTFF
8 PM – 10 PM Live Concert with Special Headliner
Day 2 Saturday, October 20, 2018, 10 AM – 10PM
10 AM – 1 PM Parade of Nations – Celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday
12 PM –10 PM Opening of Marketplace
1 PM – 6 PM Live Entertainment, DJ, Fashion Show
6 PM – 8 PM Movie Screening – Cineplex Scarborough co-presented by CTFF
8 PM – 10 PM Live Concert & Entertainment
Day 3 Sunday, October 21, 2018, 10 AM – 10 PM
10 AM – Opening of Marketplace
11 AM – 9 PM Live Entertainment
9 PM – Closing Ceremony presented by TBA
9 PM – 10 PM Live Concert – Special Guest
Full Schedule will be posted August 1, 2018 * subject to change without Notice
Caribbean Tales Film Festival – Community Screenings Schedule
2018 Schedule – Coming Soon
4th Annual Scarborough Multicultural Festival
*detailed schedule will be provided soon
Margaret Williams is a delightful eighteen year old whose love for singing is rivaled only by her passion for nature. Her athletic ability has won her top awards in cross country and track and field in her High school. From early on, her emotive solo performances would captivate school and church audiences.
Margaret attended the Cosmo School of Music. At ten years old she was performing as guest lead singer with the Bruce Skerritt Band. Quincy Bullen taught her to combine her piano and vocal skills. It was under the tutelage of her then vocal coach Paula Griffith of PG Productions that Margaret began to really own her talent. It wasn’t long before she was being approached to perform at prestigious events. The latest one being the 2017 Harry Jerome Awards Show for the second time, the first was at 13 years old when she opened the show along with two other singers with the Black Anthem “One Voice.” She did the Canadian Anthem in both French and English at the 2016 UWI Benefit Gala. She also captivated audiences at the Canadian US Consulate 2015 Fourth of July Celebration.
In Paula’s own words “Margaret was an immediate stand out. I am so proud of her vocal and music development thus far. She is one of those exceptional individuals that one senses is headed for certain success” Margaret graduated from Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts vocal program and has just completed her first year at Trent University. What is not yet known about Margaret is her song writing ability since she was 13 years old. She will be in studio over this summer recording some of her work.
Singer/composer Roger Gibbs has long been an innovator in Caribbean Acoustic and Calypso music. His unique guitar style and versions of Barbadian folk songs reveal a deep knowledge, along with a special talent for creating original work that captures the very best of the rich Caribbean storytelling tradition.
Scarborough Community Multicultural Festival – Radisson Hotel Toronto East
Radisson Hotel Toronto East is pleased to offer participants of the Scarborough Community Multicultural Festival an exclusive group rate of $129 plus tax (single/double occupancy) from October 19–21, 2018.
Guest room rate of $129 plus applicable taxes includes:
Check-in: 4 PM
Check-out: 12 PM Noon
An additional $10 per adult is added to the rate for triple/quadruple occupancy.
We look forward to serving you as our guest!
Terms and Conditions
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