Events Calendar

Upcoming Events Across Ontario

Ontario Heritage Trust: Emancipation Day 2022

Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site 29251 Freedom Road, Dresden, Ontario

Schedule of activities: Debut of new name - Join us for the unveiling of the new site name at Noon Amaria Phillips 10:40 a.m. and 1:45 pm. Amaria Phillips is the co-founder and President of Concordia University’s Black Student Union. She’ll present two original works of poetry. Tracy Cain 10:50 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Gospel musician Tracy...

2022 Halton Freedom Celebration Festival

Spencer Smith Park 1400 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, Ontario

Join us for a day of total pleasure!!! Exquisite R&B, Soul, Funk, Reggae, Salsa, African Dance and Jazz Fusion complimenting Cultural Crafts, Tasty Treats (Food Trucks and Multi-Cultural Vendors), Community Services, Youth Activities and Workshops. This free festival is exquisite with multi-cultural crafts, food trucks, art, fashion, accessories, cultural and heritage vendors, youth activities and...

Ontario Black History Society: Emancipation Day Celebration 2022

Fort York National Historic Site 250 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, Ontario

Join us to celebrate the Emancipation Day Celebration for 2022. Presented by: The Ontario Black History Society in Partnership with the City of Toronto & Fort York National Historic Site

Thunder Bay Museum: Port Arthur Historical Walking Tour

Thunder Bay Tourist Pagoda 198 Red River Rd, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Join the Thunder Bay Museum on our 2022 Historical Walking Tours. This year, we are offering five tours: Port Arthur, Fort William, Court Street, Westfort, and East End Tours. Learn some fascinating aspects of local history; all you have to do is walk and listen! The tours are approximately 1.5km and should last about 90...


National Trust for Canada (Virtual): Black History in a Modern Cityscape: Geocaching


FREE Historic Places Days is an opportunity to share the places that matter to us, but we know that place-based history is often limited by the physical remnants of communities and settlements, most of which are conserved because of their role in telling a dominant, colonial narrative. This year our aim is to look beyond...