Canada's widely read digital media outlet, BlogTO, editor Jack Landau on August 8, 2023 writes about KESKUS:
Toronto is home to a wide range of architectural styles, but a building shaped like a European nation has got to be a first for the city.
Construction is in full swing for the new KESKUS International Estonian Centre at 9 Madison Avenue, which will bring a unique country-shaped presence to the quiet block just northeast of Bloor and Spadina.
...Read the whole glowing article here.
KESKUS International Estonian Centre in downtown Toronto will be a dynamic hub showcasing our rich heritage and promoting Estonian innovation. It will be a vibrant gathering place for Estonians of all generations and backgrounds to connect, celebrate, and share our culture and achievements with each other and the world. (Opening 2024)
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Please join our growing list of capital campaign donors to help bring this extraordinary project to completion. KESKUS leadership donors are recognized here.
To make a donation, please call +1.647.250.7136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations may be made as a family gift, or in honour of an individual or family. All donations are issued a tax receipt, in Canada via Estonian Arts Centre, US tax receipts via KBFUS and Estonian tax receipts via Eesti Rahvuskultuuri Fond.
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