We will be going to the Japanese Canadian cultural centre to a Japanese festival featuring all these fun activities:
Japanese food and a tea ceremony.
Martial artists will demonstrate Aikido, Judo, Karate, Iaido, Naginata, Kyudo, Shorinji Kempo and Kendo.
For entertainment, there will be odori (traditional Japanese dancing), Koto and Shamisen (traditional Japanese instruments), Taiko (Japanese drumming) .
Arts and crafts demonstrations such as Ikebana (flower arranging), Bunka Shishu (embroidery), Sumi-e (brush painting), and Cha-no-yu (Tea Ceremony). In addition, there will be many vendor booths selling a wide variety of products and food.
I've been to this festival many times and it is really nice, they have a beautiful building and museum filled with many interesting things to see and do.
There is a $7 CASH fee to enter the festival. You MUST PAY CASH, they do not take credit cards and there isn't a bank machine on the premises.
Check it out at https://jccc.on.ca/event/haru-matsuri-spring-festival-2019/?instance_id=12032
For those who are interested the Aga Khan museum is across the road from the festival and it would be interesting to see both in one day.