T4C DAY SCHEDULE

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Check here frequently to find the full schedule for what’s happening on T4C Day, Friday, February 1, 2019.

Check here frequently to find the full schedule for what’s happening on T4C Day, Friday, February 1, 2019.

On Friday, February 1, 2019, T4C will be just one donation away from you…find T4C volunteers at a TTC Station, PATH venue or retail/school location near you.

TTC STATIONS

Bay
Bloor & Yonge
College
Dufferin
Eglinton
Finch
Islington
King
Osgoode
Queen
Queen’s Park
Sheppard-Yonge
Spadina
St. Andrew
St. George
St. Patrick
York University

T4C PERFORMANCES:

Eglinton Station: 11.00 am to 12.30 pm: Spoken word performance by Havergal College co-created with Spoken Word Artist Lamoi Simmonds

Spadina Station: 11 am to 1 pm:  Theatre performance by Crescent School students co-created with Theatre Artist, Naomi Tessler, Branch Out Theatre 1 pm to 3 pm: Singer, song-writer Rachel Tokier

10 Dundas East: 10 am to 12.30 pm:  Live mask making by Central Toronto Academy students led by Multi-disciplinary Artist, Yavni Bar-Yam

Toronto College Park: 9.30 am to 12.30 pm: Dance performance by The Grove Community School students co-created with Dance/Theatre Artist, Zita Nyarady

CBC Building11.00 am to 3.00 pm:  Live painting by visual artist, Lauren Chris. Located on PATH entrance level.

Watch T4C social media for videos created by Hudson College students co-created with Film Artist, Paul Davis

More to come!

Come visit us at the T4C Central Hub:

Tangerine Downtown Toronto Café, 221 Yonge Street, Toronto

10am: This is the place for all you need to know about T4C!  Drop by and chat with T4C volunteers.

Throughout the day savour a T4C cookie specially designed for February 1 by Bake Sale in exchange for a $2 donation. Bargain!

1:30pm: Showtime! The T4C arts showcase featuring T4C partner schools and past YWS youth residents.  Hosted by Ian Lynch, on-air personality from 102.1 The Edge.

On Friday, February 1, 2019, T4C will be just one donation away from you…find T4C volunteers at a TTC Station, PATH venue or retail/school location near you.

TTC STATIONS

Bay
Bloor & Yonge
College
Dufferin
Eglinton
Finch
Islington
King
Osgoode
Queen
Queen’s Park
Sheppard-Yonge
Spadina
St. Andrew
St. George
St. Patrick
York University

T4C PERFORMANCES:

Eglinton Station : 11.00 am to 12.30 pm: Spoken word performance by Havergal College co-created with Spoken Word Artist Lamoi Simmonds

Spadina Station: 11 am to 1 pm:  Theatre performance by Crescent School students co-created with Theatre Artist, Naomi Tessler, Branch Out Theatre 1 pm to 3 pm: singer, song-writer Rachel Tokier

10 Dundas East: 10 am to 12.30 pm:  Live mask making by Central Toronto Academy students led by Multi-disciplinary Artist, Yavni Bar-Yam

Toronto College Park: 9.30 am to 12.30 pm: Dance performance by The Grove Community School students co-created with Dance/Theatre Artist, Zita Nyarady

CBC Building:  11.00 am to 3.00 pm:  Live painting by visual artist, Lauren Chris. Located on PATH entrance level.

Watch T4C social media for videos created by Hudson College students co-created with Film Artist, Paul Davis

More to come!

Come visit us at the T4C Central Hub:

Tangerine Downtown Toronto Café, 221 Yonge Street, Toronto

10am: This is the place for all you need to know about T4C!  Drop by and chat with T4C volunteers.

Throughout the day savour a T4C cookie specially designed for February 1 by Bake Sale in exchange for a $2 donation. Bargain!

1:30pm: Showtime! The T4C arts showcase featuring T4C partner schools and past YWS youth residents.  Hosted by Ian Lynch, on-air personality from 102.1 The Edge.

Our friend, actor and comedian, Ennis Esmer has volunteered with T4C since the early days. Over the past two years he’s gathered a few of his friends from the acting community to pop up in support of youth homelessness on T4C Day. Look who will be popping up this year to spread awareness about youth homelessness and canvas for T4C:  Shawn Doyle, Matt Gordon, Eric Johnson , Rebecca Liddiard, Sharron Matthews, Clare McConnell, David Reale, Noah Reid, Lauren Lee-Smith ,Jenna Warren

Look who’s volunteered in the past:

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