Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

The award winning 8th annual Afro-Carib Fest is here for an unforgettable experience, on Saturday August 24 and Sunday August 25, 2019 at the Albert Campbell Square, Scarborough Civic Centre! The event is brought to you by Heritage Skills Development Centre ( HSDC) and will take place from 12 pm- 9 pm.

Join us for a FREE fun filled weekend that includes live music form local and international artists, drum and dance performances, food, cultural parade, youth and kids’ zone, dance competition with amazing prizes, bustling vendor marketplace, raffle draws, networking opportunities and much more! Now accepting Vendors, Artists and Sponsors: Please contact us at: info@hsdconline.org and 416 345 1613.

Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC) invites you to join us for a special event celebrating Victims Week  titled  “One Voice One Community “ from  Wednesday May 29th to Friday May 31st  2019  at Heritage Skills Development Centre: 400 McCowan Road, Scarborough from 4PM to 7PM.

Inside the community room
Join us for a showcase and celebration of Victims Week through knowledge and resource exchange, community workshops, discussion on victim issues & support for family members, celebration of victim survivors, guest speakers, music & poetry and Much More. The event aims to raise the awareness of the issues faced by victims of crimes through exchange and sharing. This is a great opportunity to network and share as we join hands to strengthen and deepen community victim empowerment. The event is FREE and refreshments will also be served. We look forward to seeing you along with your friends and family.

Heritage Skills Development Centre ( HSDC) presents – Scarborough Celebrates Black History, a special two day event that celebrates the history, heritage and accomplishments of the Black community in Canada. The event will take place onSunday February 24 and Monday February 25, 2019 from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm at the Burrows Hall, 1081 Progress Avenue, Scarborough. The event is supported by the Government of Canada.

Join us to celebrate Black History Month through cultural and artistic presentations, live musical performances from local artists, dance and drum poetry, games, networking and interactive activities.  The event aims to foster civic pride, engage community members, leaders and key note speakers through networking, learning and sharing.  The event is free and open to all audiences.