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Korean Harvest Festival returns to Mel Lastman Square on September 15th and 16th
TD Canada Trust returns as presenting sponsor TORONTO, Sept. 13 /CNW/ - In what promises to be a fun-filled celebration of Korean music, dance, food, artwork and workshops, the Korean Harvest Festival returns to Mel Lastman Square on September 15th and 16th with TD Canada Trust as the presenting sponsor. The festival is organized by the North Toronto Korean Community Association (NTKCA). Highlights of the Korean Harvest Festival include: - Traditional Korean and modern arts and entertainment on the TD Canada Trust Music Stage. - Interactive games and activities in the Kids Fun Area. - Plenty of authentic Korean cuisine. - TD Canada Trust booth where piggy banks and key chains will be given out to visitors. "The Korean Community Association is made up of nearly 150 small business owners from the local area, and they each play a vital role in introducing the Korean culture to the citizens of Toronto," says Joe Carabetta, District Vice President, TD Canada Trust. "The Korean Harvest Festival is a great way for TD to support its customers and employees in all their diversity and we look forward to celebrating their culture and experiencing new tastes, sights and sounds." "North York is an attractive area for new Korean immigrants, small business owners and international students and we expect this trend will continue. This makes it the ideal location to celebrate our Korean culture," says Harry Cho, Chair of the Korean Harvest Festival. "TD Canada Trust is a strong partner to have in the community and we thank them for their ongoing enthusiasm and support for our festival." For more information on the Korean Harvest Festival please contact Charles Lee at (416) 219-2340.
For further information: Media contact: Matt Cram, TD Bank Financial Group, (416) 983-1514, email@example.com
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