Harbourfront Centre Launches Virtually JUNIOR for Victoria Day Long Weekend

When Harbourfront Centre made the difficult decision to cancel JUNIOR, they also committed to rising to the new challenges presented by the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Harbourfront Centre is now thrilled to introduce Virtually JUNIOR – launching during the Victoria Day long weekend from May 16–18. The virtual event will bring films, dance, demos, fun craft activities, Indigenous food workshops, live Q&As with artists and more, for your family to enjoy.

Activities are all free and to be enjoyed from the comfort of your home. Please consider supporting Virtually JUNIOR if you can, and check online more programming announcements.

Until we are all able to be together again in person, Harbourfront wants to keep exploring fun ways to create art and connect.

Find out more at www.harbourfrontcentre.com.

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