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January 27, 2018 StoryFusion Cabaret! Journeys to Canada from South and East Family Trees. Njacko Backo - The World Beyond My Village and Bernice Gei-Ying Hune -Telling Tales From Gold Mountain www.storytellingtoronto.org

Upcoming Performances

  • Sat 26 Jan 8 pm

    StoryFusion Cabaret! When the King Got Up One Monday Morning

    StoryFusion Cabaret. 720 Bathurst Street, Toronto. Featuring Musicologist and musician/storyteller/balladeer Judith Cohen. Artistic Director, Heather Whaley. Co-directors: Backseat Balladeers. Full details and photos www.storytellingtoronto.org
  • Mon 11 Feb 6 pm

    Dr. B. George Blake: A Significant Voice to Remember

    Presentation: Remembering deceased Oshawa elder, George Blake. February 11, 2019. McLaughlin Public Library. 65 Bagot St, Oshawa, ON L1H 1N2 Archiving a Significant Voice. Black History. Oshawa Local History Room. Coordinator,collector: Heather Whaley
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StoryFusion Cabaret! Turtle Island Voices. January 23, 2016

Join us for a Celebration of Traditional Native Culture through storytelling, song and dance.
Sure to tug at your heart strings and tickle your funny bone, Raven’s inspirational performance is guaranteed to ignite a new sense of insight into First Nations culture that inevitably fosters unity and celebration.
Strategically weaving traditional Native worldview throughout her performance, Raven’s ability to accelerate awareness and enthusiasm in others coupled with her passion for life is undoubtedly contagious. Thée Winddancer combines her avid interests in cosplay, storytelling, and dance in imaginative ways.
This is truly an evening you don’t want to miss!