Yoruba Community Association, Toronto Celebrates Summer with Vibrant Cultural Picnic

The Yoruba Community Association of Toronto is having its annual Summer Picnic on July 6, 2024, at G. Ross Lord Park, located at 4801 Dufferin St., North York, M3H 5T3.

The picnic, according to the organizers, promises to be a day filled with cultural festivities, community bonding, and a joyous celebration of Yoruba heritage. Attendees will enjoy a rich blend of traditional music, dance, games, and attire, creating a vibrant and colorful atmosphere that reflects the essence of Yoruba culture.

The Summer Picnic serves as an opportunity for the Yoruba community and friends to come together, celebrate, and strengthen ties while enjoying a variety of activities and delicious traditional cuisine. The event will feature live performances, cultural exhibitions, and games for all ages.

The Yoruba Community Association, Toronto, looks forward to welcoming all community members and friends for a day of celebration and cultural enrichment.

We’re excited to invite everyone to join us for a day of joy and togetherness,” says Michael Kehinde Abiodun, President of the Yoruba Community Association, Toronto.

 “Our Summer Picnic is a fantastic opportunity to connect with friends and neighbours, both old and new, while celebrating the richness of our Yoruba heritage.”Mr. Ayo Sanni, the General Secretary, concluded.

Also speaking, the association's Public Relations Officer, Otunba Kemi Agbeke, 

"we welcome all members of the community to participate in this festive occasion. Whether you have Yoruba roots or are simply curious to experience the beauty of Yoruba culture, there’s something for everyone at this exciting event."

The Yoruba Community Association of Toronto is dedicated to preserving variously promoting Yoruba culture and heritage within the Toronto area. Through various events and initiatives, the association fosters community spirit, cultural awareness, and mutual support among its members.