The design offers big open spaces, a contemporary look and an efficient setting that can easily switch to many events needs.
The decor featured on the main level: big trees as well as LED panels, sleek seating areas and a sumptuous outdoor terrace. As for the downstairs, you enter a cozy lounge space with tufted banquettes, a dining area and more for a full relaxing experience. Cinema aims to get you to incredible place that would only be seen in movies.
This is a one of a kind Club in Toronto!
Indoor Capacity for the main floor: 1,000
Private room capacity (downstairs): 150 or 80 seated for dinner
Outdoor capacity: 120
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The inaugural edition of the Dundas West Fest is coming!
In collaboration with the Dundas West BIA & the Little Portugal BIA. The Dundas West Fest aims to unite businesses, residents and the many communities that together make up the neighbourhood.
When: June 8, 2013, 11am – 10pm
Where: Dundas Street West from the Old Village of Brockton to Little Portugal
The 12 city blocks fest will feature: 3 entertainment stages, 6 busker zones, over 40 Licensed patios, Children’s activities, great food, live music and
2 Kids’ Zones within its perimeter, filled with fun activities for kids and families.
Enjoy a full day of arts, music, kids’ activities, food, drink and shopping!
For more information contact:
Helder Ramos, Coordinator Dundas West Business Improvement Area, 416-540-6750, Email: DuWestBIA@gmail.com, or go to www.dundaswestfest.ca
The most versatile space in Toronto’s Distillery District (37, Parliament Street)
Airship37 has the ability to adapt its venue for a variety of needs when planning your event. Its individual look, featuring 2 different spaces and an outdoor zone, offers you the privilege to host every type of event. Thanks to its garages door, it is the premiere venue for car shows but not only, this is a venue of choice also for product launches, cocktail and wedding parties, private functions and corporate events. Its white walls and blank backdrop allows for a number of décor options as well as projections. It is a clean slate for you as a planner to envision and envision any way you want for your special event.
Airship37 features :
- The Gooderham Lounge
1100 sq ft of coziness that can be used as it own venue or as an additional space to the Hangar. With its easy garage door access, it’s a perfect solution for car shows or after work get together. Cocktail and dinner parties or even wine tasting are good fits for this kind of space.
- The Hangar.
A 2300sq ft loft style space with a urban industrial look, Easily and quickly convertible, it can fit any event type.
- The Garden & Deck Area:
This area is giving a fresh air to your events, thanks to the patio like environment.
“Airship37 hosted the “Creating Compelling Corporate Event”, April 30 with guest speakers : Julie Holme, Director of Sales, Corporate and Incentive at Toronto Tourism, Bram Goldstein, President of BiG Entertainment Inc, Arthur Kerekes, Fusion Event and our own Deb Lewis, from CityEvents. They shared their experiences and taught attendees how to engage guest, discussed tips & tricks in coordinating & hosting events and marketing events” Picture here
For More information : http://www.airship37.com/
On Saturday, May 11th come out to LAMP Community Health Centre’s Walk for Change 5K Walkathon, and support the 1 in 5 Canadians living with mental illness in your community. You can help reduce the stigma of mental illness, and raise funds to benefit local mental health support programs, such as LAMP’s own Among Friends. This program provides social and recreation opportunities to individuals facing mental health challenges and helps them work toward recovery while promoting health, community, and respect.
The event begins at LAMP Community Health Centre near Islington Ave & Lakeshore Blvd West, with Registration at 9am and the walk at 10am. Join members of the community as they walk 5km through the Etobicoke-Lakeshore area, stopping first at the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital buildings, and continuing passed the Mastercard Centre on Kipling, towards the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Cemetery on Evans. Along the way, speakers will bring the history to life while discussing the importance of community mental health services to those of us affected by mental illness. All members of the public are welcome.
Register now at: http://walk4change13.eventbrite.ca
This year the Canadian Helen Keller Centre Award Luncheon took place April 25th, at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel. For this 9th annual award ceremony, CHKC, in conjunction with the Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons (CFPDP), honoured the CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind) for its outstanding achievements and contributions to the disability of deaf-blindness, and raising much needed funds to operate the centre.
Mr Larry Corke (Awards Chair, CHKC) and Cindy Accardi (Executive Director, Rotary Cheschire Homes and CHKC) presented the 2013 Canadian Helen Keller Award to John Rafferty CEO & President of CNIB and this included a special plaque made in Braille…do you know how hard it was to find a supplier who does awards in Braille?
The award was a great opportunity to network and mingle as 250 guests came to honour the award recipients and to listen to the wise words of Premiere of Ontario Kathleen Wynne and the audience enjoyed her update on the provinces involvement in this community.
The luncheon was paced by awarding London Olympic Paralympics athletes Patrick Anderson (wheelchair Basketball), David Durepos (Wheelchair Basketball), Jared Funk (Wheelchair Rugby), Virginia McLachla (Athletics), Nathan Stein (Swimming) and Michelle Stilwell (Wheelchair Race) with the King Clancy Award.
For this occasion the national anthem was wonderfully sung by Major Beverly Ivany.
Master of Ceremony Rob Snoek was our host for the day as a former Paralympics world champion and president of the CFPDP.
Picture of the 2013 CHKC Award Luncheon: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/sets/72157633432561322/
Picture of last years’ CHKC Award: HERE