Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods, and many of them have an ethnic history. Cabbagetown, Chinatown, Little Italy, Little India, Roncesvalles Village (Polish), or The Danforth (Greek) are just some examples. While Germans in Toronto don’t have one particular neighbourhood to call their own, many German influences can be found across the city. Twice a year we are discovering these German roots during our German Walk. The fall edition of our in person GermanWalkTO will be in German language and guided by Iris Schweiger.
Free registration with limited space available. If you RSVP, please be mindful and be sure to attend or cancel in time if you can’t in order to accommodate others. All public health regulations and procedures will be followed closely. Patrons must self-screen before they participate in the tour. Please be sure to stay physically spaced out to ensure a safe and enjoyable event. Do not attend if you do not feel well and/or answer yes to any of the Toronto Public Health’s Covid screening questions. Please note this event will be photographed and video-captured.