06 Oct

Kermes

The kermess, which was held by the volunteers of the Hizmet Movement at the Cultural Center for Canadian Turkish Friendship Community (CTFC) members and volunteers, drew great attention. Hundreds of volunteers participated in the Kermess, which was open on Saturday, September 4, between 10:00 and 18:00 at the Cultural Center at the Keele & Rutherford location. Kebab, raw meatballs, baklava, tea and coffee were offered for sale at the stands opened in the garden of the Cultural Center. Volunteers, who bought what they wanted from the stands at affordable prices, had the opportunity to eat comfortably in the sitting areas prepared in the garden of the Cultural Center.Meanwhile, various entertainment programs were organized for the children during th>kermess. Additionally, there were award-winning games for the children who had the opportunity to have fun and spend marvelous time with their friends.Volunteers who participated in the kermess emphasized that they were very happy with such
programs organized for charitable purposes and that they should be held more often. During the pandemic time, our community members really missed socialization. We hoped that this organization fulfilled this need.The organizers, who were happy that most of the products offered for sale at the kermess were sold. also thanked the visitors for the high demand.