February is Black History Month and the Harbourfront Centre wants you to take part. All month long, they’ll be hosting the 26th edition of Kuumba. This festival is Toronto’s longest-running celebration of its kind. It’s stacked with educational, artistic, and entertaining events you won’t want to miss.

As you probably can guess, the pandemic has made this Harbourfront Centre Black History Month celebration just a little different this year. Instead of heading down to the waterfront to check out all the events in person, you can access a ton of them on the website. There are loads of live stream content, on-demand videos, and even a few socially distant displays in person.

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The showcases you can expect at Kuumba are pretty amazing. They’ve got everything lined up, from art exhibits to musical performances. From dance performances to educational speakers. They’ve even got a family-friendly virtual school visit for the little ones to participate in.

So be sure to check out Kuumba at the Harbourfront Centre this month. The amazing choreographers, authors, musicians, visual artists, and thought leaders who are featured in the series definitely deserve your attention.


Where: Check it out online or at The Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W