Outside may have been freezing rain but things were heating up for the 7th Noche Caliente Liberty Village Social Hour at Williams Landing!
The 100 plus guests ranged from young professionals enjoying a post work signature Liberty Village cocktail, to marketing CEOs networking the room, to a retired couple out for an evening of fun. The attendants may have been varied but everyone had one thing in common: Liberty Village! Despite being the fastest growing district in Toronto Noche Caliente Liberty Social Hour perfectly captured the close-knit neighborhood spirit of the Village community.
Chatting with a six-time veteran of Liberty Social Hour, Amelia Paddington, she filled us in on how she became a fixture at the Liberty Social hour. “My husband and I walked into the first one without a clue to what was going on and not knowing a soul, but by the end of the night we had met so many people, some of whom even lived in our building and we had never spoken to! It’s gotten so much bigger since that first social hour, but its community events like these that make me love where I live”.
Over 20 local businesses generously donated samples, gift cards, and coupons to promote the village and appreciate its residents. Everyone left with a gift bag and a smile on their face. January may be the longest month of winter, but in Liberty Village they kicked the year off with a bang! Can’t wait for the next one!
Don’t get left behind, find out when the next Liberty Social Hour is on www.torontocityevents.ca, www.inlibertyvillage.com, or follow CityEvents on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with upcoming events!
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For more information on this event visit, www.torontocityevents.ca, Facebook/LibertySocialHour-NocheCaliente, www.williamslanding.ca or www.inlibertyvillage.com, and supported by www.mercadonews.com, andwww.bhive.ca.
A few companies helped make this event possible were, Mercado, Vocado, Lust for Lashes, Portrait Dental, Deanceology, BrazenHead, Temple Kitchen, Bar Vespa, King West Fitness, Body Food, Magic Oven, Sell off Vacations, Vibrant Lifestyle, The Floor Studio Inc., Dinning Date Night, and Liberty Village Eye Care.
Anokhi Magazine presents, “Anokhi’s Bollywood In Vegas Night Out” hosted by radio personality DevoBrown. On Friday February 3, 2012, guests and Local celebs came together for amazing evening at the Maro Supper Club. Great food and amazing performances made this event unlike any other.
With a red and black dress code and, red carpet reception preceding the event, it was truly glamorous. Everyone dressed in their bests ready to have a good time.
Special Guests included Farah Nasser, Veronica Chail, Farida Zaman, Anita Chatterjee, Nitin Miranil and Much More.
Not just an excuse to dust off your bowling shoes, The Ballroom is downtown Toronto’s newest interactive-entertainment centre. Guests can enjoy themselves by getting involved in physical activity while having fun playing games. Since opening, The Ballroom has quickly turned into a hotspot in downtown Toronto, in an area where nightclubs once dominated the Richmond West strip. Say goodbye to the thought of that guy standing too close to you at the bar spilling his drink on your new dress.
The 20,000 square foot space is spread over two-floors and is flanked with over 60 full HD flat screen televisions, to keep you up to date with any sports game that may be going on while you’re bowling, playing ping-pong, pool, foosball or any one of the arcade-style games the line the venue. The Ballroom offers multiple spaces to be rented out for private, corporate or special events. Each space comes fully equipped with complete food and beverage service, conference capabilities, personalized branding opportunities, along with a host of additional amenities.
The first floor houses bowling lanes, a bar and an area with some billiards. The decor is very kitsch. There are exposed brick walls, garage door windows, industrial light fixtures, and Victorian style leather couches with tufted brass bullets. At the end of each bowling alley is a jumbo TV screen projecting sports events. A pitcher of beer runs $25; however, they provide table service while you roll. Friday and Saturday nights also have an in-house DJ and with a stage available on the second floor.
Whether you are stopping by after work to catch a game at the bar, or bringing your work with you to experience our “meet and bowl” package, The Ballroom is an experience not to be missed! The Ballroom is located at 145 John Street West (on the South East corner of John & Richmond Streets) operating daily Monday to Sunday 11am to 2am on the main level, Monday to Thursday 5pm to 2am and Friday to Sunday 12pm to 2am on the second level. For more information, visit: http://www.theballroom.ca/