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Minoru Conclusions

Wow. Simply wow. I was completely blown away by the 101 performers, ages 5 to 88, who showed up and gave so much during the Culture Days performances at the Minoru Chapel.

From the giant badminton racket prop of the Golden Happy Seniors Players to the multi-generational, four-language, multi-instrumental performance of the City Centre Poetry Appreciation Group, the stunning dancing of the City Centre Ballroom Dance Group and the humorously moving performances by the Minoru Manifesto workshop group, and last but not least, the energetic tap dancing (and lesson!) from Morri-Lynne's Tap Dancers and the sing-along led by Anthony Morris & Tina Tam, left me grinning ear to ear.

After spending so many hours with members of different groups discussing, planning, and rehearsing for their time in the Minoru Chapel, it was a true delight to hear and feel their energy and artistry fill the space. I loved standing in the back of the Chapel looking out over the pews filled with family, frie…

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