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Bastille Day 2016

Once again on a sunny day, this third edition of Toronto Bastille Day has been a great success! Thank you to all, exhibitors, sponsors, artists, volunteers, organizing committee, and of course to all the participants. You have been amazing and you kept smiling all day (even after Portugal-France…)

 See you next year!

Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/consulfrance-toronto/sets/72157670886507166

Crédits photos : Philippe Davisseau et Marin Stemmelen

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Schedule 


11am Doors open

Have a stroll at Wychwood Barns, inside and outside. You didn’t bring a picnic lunch? Pick up a few things at the French market and have a seat at a table or on the lawn…

11am - 12pm Animated film

Tales of the Night by Michel Ocelot, 2011

12pm - 12:45pm Music

Ekin Agency: African Dance band

12:45pm - 1:30pm Animated film

Hergé’s Adventures of Tintin and Objective Moon, animated series, 1962

2pm - 2:15pm Opening ceremony

Come to the bleachers to celebrate Bastille Day. Wychwood Barns will ring with the sounds of the French and Canadian national anthems.

2:15pm - 2:50pm Music TFS Orchestra
3pm - 5pm UEFA European Championship Finals

While the other activities are underway, the UEFA European Championship Cup final match will be shown live on a giant screen.

3:45pm - 4:30pm Music

St. Andrews Pipes and Drums during half-time of the Finals

5pm - 5:45pm Music / Film

Hogtown Sound Band outside / Films inside, including Foot & Cinema about soccer and cinema.

5:45pm - 6pm Raffle

Raffle Drawing

6pm  Bal populaire

Two hours of dancing with DJ MisteuRing to celebrate summer, France, and maybe the victory of France’s soccer team!



Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor

 


Silver Sponsors

 


Bronze Sponsors

 


And also

 

And with the support of the Centre Francophone de Toronto for managing the volunteers.