Children's Culture Day
In-personFashion & costumes History & heritage Intercultural Kids Youth & teens
Date and time
Vellore Village Community Centre
1 Villa Royale Ave, Woodbridge, ON, L4H 2Z7
Offered in English and French.
Wheelchair accessible and is a relaxed performance.
The Muslim Women of Vaughan, a dedicated community organization, have come together to host an inclusive and diverse Children's Culture Day event, open to children of all ethnic backgrounds. With the aim of celebrating cultural diversity and promoting harmony among different communities, this event promises to be a memorable and enriching experience for all participants. The event provides an opportunity for the public to explore and learn about various cultures. Through interactive stations, exhibitions, and displays, attendees can engage with different traditions, customs, and art forms. They can gain insights into diverse ethnic backgrounds, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation for cultural diversity. There are multiple aspects of this event that can be found unique and memorable but one of the aspect that particularly stands out is the cross-culture connection that this event fosters. It provides a platform for people from different ethnic backgrounds to come together, engage in conversations, and learn from one another. The connections made during the event can lead to lasting friendships, increased cultural understanding, and the formation of a diverse and supportive community.
Muslim Women of Vaughan
The Muslim Women of Vaughan, a dedicated non-profit organization, is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all individuals. With a deep belief in the values of inclusivity and diversity, they actively work towards fostering understanding, promoting unity, and breaking down barriers within the community. As an organization, the Muslim Women of Vaughan organize a variety of events throughout the year that exemplify their commitment to inclusivity. One such event is the Kids Iftar, a gathering during the holy month of Ramadan where children from diverse backgrounds come together to experience the breaking of the fast. This event not only provides an opportunity for children to learn about the significance of Ramadan but also allows them to engage with one another, fostering friendships and understanding among different communities. In addition to these specific events, the organization actively promotes programs that celebrate and embrace diversity. They organize workshops, seminars, and discussions that encourage open dialogue and understanding among individuals of different cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. By providing platforms for learning and engagement, the Muslim Women of Vaughan foster an atmosphere of respect and appreciation for the diverse perspectives and experiences of the community.