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abou wn .com/Toronto 24C © 2015 Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved. Nickelodeon, Dora the Explorer and all related titles, logos and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. PRODUCED BY KOBA ENTERTAINMENT Saturday, April 18 Sony Centre For The Performing Arts ON SALE NOW! Tickets available by phone at 1.855.872.SONY (7669) or online at VIP PACKAGES AVAILABLE! Based on the HIT SHOW on Nickelodeon WHAT'S HAPPENING! MARKET PLACE SURIE WEINBERG ECE, Registered Holistic Nutritionist 416-890-4928 HOLISTIC NUTRITION Let Food Be Thy Medicine Addressing: · Ear Infection · Eczema · Obesity · ADD & ADHD · Diabetes I & II SproutSweet_AD.indd 1 14-09-04 11:53 AM Dora The Explorer Live! Search for the City of Lost Toys April 18, 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, 1 FRONT ST. E. or Due to popular demand, Dora the Explorer is coming back to Toronto! In her latest live show Dora welcomes families to communicate, overcome obstacles, solve puzzles and discover a diverse and exciting world along with her on one incredible adventure in Nickelodeon's Dora the Explorer Live! Search for the City of Lost Toys! For more information, visit Odysseo by Cavalia Coming in April UNDER THE WHITE BIG TOP AT THE PORT LANDS, 324 CHERRY ST. Odysseo by Cavalia is a theatrical experience unlike any other. This ode to horse and man marries the equestrian arts with awe-inspiring acrobatics and high-tech theatrical effects. Set under a 38-metre tall White Big Top, audiences will be transported around the world as more than 60 horses and an international cast demonstrate the bond between man and horse. And if that doesn't thrill audiences, the 302,000-litre lake that magically appears in front of a stunning video backdrop the size of three IMAX screens, defi nitely will. TIFF Kids International Film Festival April 7–19 TIFF BELL LIGHTBOX, 350 KING ST. W. Entering its 18th year, the TIFF Kids International Film Festival is North America's premier fi lm festival for children. The best fi lms from all around the world for youth ages three to 13 are presented each year. With highly anticipated studio fi lms and short fi lms, international fi lms that kids all around the world are lining up for, special guests and activities, TIFF Kids is more than a day at the movies. An array of international fi lms present kids with perhaps their very fi rst experience with new cultures, countries and languages, allowing them to travel the world from their cinema seat. TSO: Shake, Rattle & Roll April 11 at 2 p.m. ROY THOMPSON HALL, 60 SIMCOE ST. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is joined by the Toronto-based, electrifying percussion ensemble TorQ for an exciting program of orchestral favourites, including Bernstein's "Mambo" from West Side Story and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. Come experience the powerful percussion family – from the tambourine to the timpani! Plus, come to the concert half an hour early for a special pre-concert performance by The Boomwhacker Orchestra in the lobby. FOR ADVERTISING INQUIRIES, CONTACT LORI DICKSON at 416-537-2604 ext. 222 or lorid@ parentscanada .com DesignHer Co. 1850 AVENUE RD. Treat your budding designer to a party he or she will remember at DesignHer Co. Forget the macaroni necklaces! Participants will create jewelry, accessories and more that are high quality and gift-worthy. All parties include two projects of the birthday child's choice, full- colour invitations and envelopes, one or two craft experts to help out and party room set-up and clean-up. The Chef Upstairs 516 MOUNT PLEASANT RD. Is your child the next MasterChef ? If so, then a cooking party at The Chef Upstairs may be the perfect choice. At The Chef Upstairs kids ages four to 16 can celebrate their party in style in this 100 percent nut- and peanut-free environment. Parties are designed to be fun and educational and each party is customized to suit the guest of honour – from learning their favourite dish to decorating delicious sweets. Parties require a minimum of 10 guests and can accommodate groups of up to 24.

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