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11/19/2016 Bloor-Yorkville Holiday Magic Downtown Free

Families, friends and music lovers are invited to this free event in the Village of Yorkville Park (Cumberland & Bellair Streets) for the Official “Flick the Switch” Lighting Ceremony and a special performance by Shawn Desman. The evening's musical entertainment will start with an electrifying performance by The Heist. Global News Weekend Meteorologist Ross Hull will also be on hand to “flick the switch” and turn on the holiday lights to launch Holiday Magic in Bloor-Yorkville. We thank our event charity partner Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR), and sponsors Global News Toronto, Toronto Star, Yorkville Village, Nespresso and Lindt for contributing to the success of this anticipated event.
by via City of Toronto All Events

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