Community Folk Arts Council of Toronto
The Community Folk Art Council of Toronto was incorporated in 1968 as a registered, non-profit charitable organization. The Community Folk Art Council of Metropolitan Toronto has as its mandate to ‘promote the preservation, development and advancement of the cultural and artistic heritage of the people of Toronto’. A not-for-profit, charitable organization, CFAC enriches Toronto by presenting the heritage of some 91 nationalities found in our city.
Thoughts About Art and Community
The Community Folk Art Council of Toronto is the producer of the Annual Multicultural Canada Day Festival being hailed as the largest multicultural Canada Day festival in Toronto. Held annually at Yonge Dundas Square with over 50,000 in audience attendance; the CFAC showcases the food, song and dance of the diverse ethnic communities that make up Toronto.
Producer of Large Scale Events. Provide Ethnic Entertainment for Events.