Toronto, ON – The Salvation Army is bringing Christmas to the iconic Yonge Dundas Square (1 Dundas St. East, Toronto) Friday, November 29, 2019. Bring your family and join the The Salvation Army family for musical performances, guest appearances, pizza, donuts, and hot chocolate. The Salvation Army will be at the square starting at 11:30am with their kettles accepting donations for their “Christmas Kettle Campaign.” Live entertainment starts at 5:30PM. This year’s free event will be hosted by Juno award winning R&B artist Dru who will also be taking the stage for a special performance.
The Salvation Army Band, The Salvation Army Choir and the Rolling Stronz Band will also be taking the stage and Dora the Explorer will make a special guest appearance for the children. Families will also enjoy a reading of the Christmas Story.
The Salvation Army has a proven track record of caring that goes back more than 130 years in Canada, in 400 communities, in 175 languages. The Salvation Army helps one person at a time, believing that each person is infinitely valuable and equally worthy. All social and community services are equally available without discrimination.
*The Salvation Army Kettles will be on hand for donations
*Major Rob Kerr from The Salvation Army and Juno Award Winner Dru available for interviews
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