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Once Upon a Time: Fairy Tales from the Osborne Collection

Princesses, fairies, giants and beasts. This enchanting exhibit celebrates best-loved fairy tales through books, toys, games and art from Toronto Public Library’s Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books.

From the original tales of Charles Perrault and the Brothers Grimm to Edward Gorey and Walt Disney, see how classic folk and fairy tales have been re-imagined over the last 300 years.

Admission is free.

PLUS: talks, tours and special events for the whole family. Find out more at www.tpl.ca/tdgallery

Eternal Light

In the Gallery of the Miles Nadal JCC
Neuberger Holocaust Education Week 2016 Feature Exhibit
For most Jews who perished in the Holocaust, there are no surviving family members to light a yahrzeit candle. Artist Amy Friend works with the notion of light with archival photographs of European Jewrybefore the Shoah. Curated by Mira Goldfarb. Archival images courtesy of Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre.

Anne Remmel's Art Exhibit "Resonance"

From Friday, October 14th to Monday, October 17th Anne Remmel's art exhibition Resonance will be available to view in the Tartu College Hall. The official opening of the exhibit will be on Friday, October 14th at 6pm and the exhibit will be open until 9pm. The exhibit will be open from 12-5pm on all four days, including Sunday, October 16th during the Annex Tour of Houses and Cultural Institutions.

No admission fee. A small donation would be appreciated.

Faces of film

The TIFF is one of the most important Film festivals in the world, in which French projects and French talents play a major part. They are directors, actors or producers and they have been photographed by Jean-Baptiste. His exhibition captures the highlights of the festival through a serie of portraits.

Chance in History : always in control ?

Voltaire liked to recognize, “His majesty, Chance.” Current-day historians tend to attribute to it all its importance. The long-dominant idea of destiny, favourable or not, in the tide of humanity, under the influence of divine will or material forces at work, has lost its popularity. We like to enumerate the many, often picturesque, situations in which contingency, bringing the crucial consequences of minor, sometimes minuscule chances, played a major role in all human fields of activity, in war and in peace, in politics, science, even the economy.

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