Solarium is the most spectacular event facility on the waterfront. It offers a unsurpassed panoramic view of Downtown Toronto and the harbour. It guarantees that have an unobstructed view of the city. The inside is a stylish design with an all-grass room which has retractable ceiling, double-sided fire places and two patios.It is an open space you can dress up in a variety of ways.
At Polson Pier there are a variety of preferred and recommended suppliers for your catering, furniture and av rental. Plus the Solarium has an experienced special events team and they will help you plan perfect events.
- 800 Reception
- 300 Banquet
- 300 Theatre
- 200 Classroom
Space & Features:
- Ability to divide rooms with glass partitions
- 2 patios
- Coat check area
- 2 indoor/outdoor fireplaces
- 2 bars
- Full kitchen
11 Polson St
Phone number: 416 649 7437
Are all of you film-lovers ready ? This season’s outdoor movies in Toronto has started!
Well, when I say “about to start”, I mean not right now ! Although last year’s films were announced pretty early on, this year’s organizers seem to want to wait a little more and keep us in the dark. After a tiring search on the Internet (on the plus side, with a hot chocolate because of the weather), I could only find two organizations that are willing to share their schedule for the months to come.
We have that going for us, which is nice!
Christie Pits Film Festival starts on the 5th of July at sundown for his opening night with a title quite promising : “A Toronto Symphony of Horror”.
Three films will be shown to a terrified public (or not, we’ll see). First up is Nosferatu, directed by F. W. Murnau. What’s special about this projection, it will be featured by a live-score performance and original composition by Del Bel. What a treat!
The other two films of the night will be : Wakening, directed by Danis Goulet and Silent Garden, directed by Dylan Reibling. I can tell you this night is going to be legendary!
Hi Everyone! I am back with more dates for this summer’s outdoor movie frenzie! This time, it is Open Roof Festival’s turn to announce all the films that will be scheduled for their 6th season. And I can tell you that the selection is quite interesting!
Let’s begin with the first film that will be shown on opening night, which will be the incredible Kurt Cobain : Montage of Heck on June 17. This chef-d’oeuvre will set the mood for the upcoming movies of this summer! But before each film, a band will come up on stage and perform their original songs just for you! Isn’t that wonderful news?
June 17th with artist Montage of Heck
Followed by :
The Overnight on June 24th with artist Del Bel
Ex Machina on July 1st with artist Sam Drysdale
It Follows on July 8th with artist Jessica Mitchell
The Sandwich Nazi on July 15th with artist Abdominal and the Obliques
Pretend we’re Kissing on July 22nd with artist Hooded Fang
Guidance on July 29th with artist Rob Moir and the great lates
While we’re Young on August 5th with artist The Heavyweights Brass Band
Unexpected on August 12th with artist Os Tropies
Diamond Tongues on August 19th with artist Leah Fay
And that’s the end of it! Don’t forget to tune in to know which other movies will make your heart jump out of your chest (of love or fright depends on the film!). Thank you for keeping up with us!
Let me tell you, you won’t be disappointed! This year, TIFF and Park People have combined forces to bring you “TIFF in your Park”. This is an incredible concept that we can’t wait to experience for ourselves!
All genre are present and it is sure to please everybody, from your children to your grandmother. Check out the list below to see which movie you will be enjoying in the park at night, with such a wonderful weather!
Fly Away Home on July 11th at 9:15pm at Lotherton Pathway
Kumbha on July 18th at 9:15pm at Scarborough Village Park
Hugo on July 23rd at 9:15pm at Union Station
Breakup Buddies on July 24th at 9:15pm at Chester Le Park
Son of The Sea on July 30th at 9:00pm at Earl Bales Park
The Good Lie on July 31st at 9:00pm at Moss Park Apartments Green Space
Beyond The Light on August 7th at 9:00pm at Maidavale Park
Hotel Transylvania on August 14th at 9:00pm at Flemingdon Park
Ghostbusters on August 21st at 8:30pm at Shoreham Walkway
Manufactured Landscapes on August 24th at 8:30pm at Celebration Square
Hugo on August 28th at 8:30pm at Panorama Community Garden
Pleasantville on September 1st at 8:30pm at Garden Square
Satellite Boy on September 4th at 8:30pm at Prairie Drive Park
The Sapphires on September 25th at 8:30pm at Fort York
That concludes our incredible selection of films for TIFF in your Park! I told you you were going to like it! We are spoiled and we like it!
Don’t forget to check out our blog and social media for more information.
New design office space clear and simple commitment to our members
IQ Office Suites offers a customized shared office rental solution which also contains a number of meeting rooms. It is located in the Dineen building at Yonge and Temperance in downtown Toronto. The architecture was built in 1897 and has seen many changes in Toronto over the last 118 years. This office building also has a historic atmosphere which makes it unique .
The office and meeting spaces are designed to inspire you and to deliver the best flexibility and performance for your business or event. The space provides private offices as well as dedicated desks, as well as a variety or open spaces.
In addition, IQ Office offers unique event spaces. The event space can accommodate up to 100 people for social, business or other events. It contains four 60” media screens and has full audio surround sound.
The staff can assist you with anything from supplying rentals, to set up and tear down. They offer a high level of personalized level of service to let you love where you work or host clients.
The IQ Office features top quality design, furnishings and technology. If you would like to learn more about this shared office space / event space contact IQ Suites for a tour.
IQ Office Suites
140 Yonge Street,Toronto, ON M5C 1X6
EFS, which stands for Everything’s For Sale, is a nightspot, featuring a 3,000-square-foot rooftop patio, one of the best in the city. This rooftop has a cabana-style bar and lounge with cocktails and hookah for each section. It is located on King West and it is a perfect place for young professionals to go and have a couple of drinks after work or spend an evening.
It provides pub foods, including cheese burgers and drinks, featuring summery cocktails such as mojitos and sangria. As another feature of this lounge which stands out is it offers you 7 different flavours of hookah tobacco as well for the Hookah.
This venue is a great destination to chill out and have drinks, especially in summer. This space is great for product launches, celebrations and other private and corporate events. The patio is a great spot and the venue could be quite versatile.
Address: 647 King St West (King and Bathurst)
St. Patrick’s Day is known as an event that is associated with the colour green, shamrocks, luck and anything Irish. This year St. Patrick’s Day is on Monday March 17th 2014. What are you doing this St. Patrick’s Day? Need some ideas? Listed below are exciting activities that are fun and enjoyable. Some are before St. Patricks day over the weekend so you don’t have to worry about starting the week off after a big night of celebrating on Monday night.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade-Sunday March 16th 2014
The annual St Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 12PM on Sunday March 16th 2014 at St. George and Bloor. The Parade will continue along Bloor Street down Yonge Street and finishes on Queen Street at Nathan Philips Square. The parade features entertaining floats, bands, dancers and marching groups from Toronto’s Irish and multicultural community. This year’s Grand Marshal is Irish boxer Katie Taylor who is the reigning Olympic, World, European and Irish Champion. For more information, go to
Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk- March 16th, 2014
The 15th anniversary Archilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk through the heart of Downtown Toronto is on Sunday March 16th, 2014. The race starts at 10:15 AM at 255 Bremner Blvd,Toronto outside of Steam Whistle Brewery @ the Roundhouse.
Visit Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run/Walk online registration system on the Events Online Website to register for the event. Online registration closes on Monday March 10th, 2014 at 11:59 PM or until the event reaches the capacity of 1500 participants. For more information, go to
The Lucky Ball- Thursday March 13th, 2014
The 2nd Annual Lucky Ball is on Thursday March 13th, 2014 at Revival Bar (783 College St.). The event supports the Fort York Food Bank and is a fun way to celebrate. The Fort York Food Bank is a multi-service agency focused on reconnecting people with their community. For more information, go to
St. Party’s Day-March 14th-15th 2014
The Carlsberg St. Party’s Day is on March 14th-15th 2014 at Andrew Richard Designs (571 Adelaide Street East). This two day festival unites people from all backgrounds as they celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. For more information, go to
St.Patrick’s Day Club/Pub Crawl 2014- March 15th, 2014
Club/Pub crawls to three of Toronto’s night clubs on March 15th, 2014 for the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. The night begins at Product Nightclub (364 Richmond St. West) from 9PM-10PM, then at 10PM, the buses will depart and continue to a mystery location before stopping at Fiction Nightclub. For more information, go to
SPD St. Patty’s Day-Saturday March 15th 2014
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day at Amsterdam Brewhouse & Harbourfront on Saturday March 15th 2014. Enjoy performances by live bands and DJs at Amsterdam Brewhouse & Harbourfront. There will be a full food menu. Purchase tickets for guarantee entry to the event. Event starts at 11AM for those with early bird tickets. For more information, visit
The Uptown Loft St. Paddy’s Bash- Saturday March 15th 2014
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The Uptown St. Paddy’s Party on Saturday March 15, 2014 at 9PM. The night will start off with St. Paddy’s Ice Breaker games then the dancing will begin. Event costs $5 if you wear green, $10 if you show up not wearing green. For more information, visit
For a list of more St. Paddy’s day events and other events in Toronto visit our Toronto Calendar at