Only One Gallery is a contemporary art gallery, 3,000 square foot loft style with high wood ceilings, cement floor and brick walls located in Parkdale. OOG hosts a number of exhibitions and events presenting art with talented artists as well as a number of booked events.
The multi purpose gallery can hold up any event from car shots to traditional art showcase. The venue offers sit down dinners in banquet and reception style from 150- to 250 people. The venue also features LED exterior lighting with a built in audio system and iPod connection.
For more information on this venue check our earlier blog story on 5Brock: deblewis.ca/debblog/?tag=5-brock
5 Brock Ave, Toronto, Ontario M6K 2K6, Canada
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Twas Three Nights Before Christmas
IT’S TIME for Shanny & Deb to host the Twas Three Nights Before Christmas.
The Holidays season is here and Christmas and Hanukkah is getting closer! Come celebrate the start of the Holiday Season and end of the holiday party season with Shanny in the City and CityEvents, at one of Toronto’s most unique downtown venue’s, Everleigh.
The holidays wouldn’t be the same without our clients, supporters, partners and friends all there to celebrate the festive season under one roof!
DJ: Jed Harper
Date: December 22nd
Time: 10:00 PM
Location: Everleigh Club, 580 King Street West
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Schmooze just keeps getting better and better! This past Friday’s event was a huge success with over 200 people in attendance. The rooftop was transformed into a colourful, lantern decorated garden, complete with flowers and balloons giving the patio the perfect summer feel.
Miller Genuine Draft sponsored the event providing complimentary drinks to guests who arrived before 6:30 p.m., which was the perfect start to the night. The sun was shining bright and warm, making the snow-cone machine a massive hit. Guests were also treated to complimentary barbecue courtesy of Treeline Catering, which included sliders and skewers. A new addition to this Schmooze event was the classic party game of beer pong, set up to the right of the bar. The game was played by many guests, and even created a spectator gathering.
Guests created memories by taking pictures for our social media contest, the winner receiving a $25 Sweet Jesus ice cream gift card. To enter, contestants posted a picture using the hashtag, #MaisonAfterWorkSchmooze. The winner chosen by the most number of likes on the post. Thank you to everyone who participated and congratulations to our winner @paola_latronico!
On behalf of CityEvents, we would like to thank everyone who came to Schmooze with us and made this yet another successful event. Don’t forget to join us Friday, August 12 for more after-work fun on one of Toronto’s best rooftop patios!
For pictures from the Schmooze event: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums/72157669926043316
For pictures of past events by CityEvents: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cityeventstoronto/albums
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On Friday May 13, 2016 Newton’s Electric opened their doors to show their customer appreciation and create an interactive vendor experience. CityEvents was brought on to assist with planning and managing the logistics of the event.
The event included the following vendors:
- Lucent Engineering
- North American Signal
- You Tech
- North American Trucking News
- Delco Remy
- Hogg, Shain & Scheck
- Uni Point
- MITSUBISHI Electric
- Quick Cable
- Hi Torque IMI
- Andre Niermann
The vendor booths were set up inside the Newton’s Electric warehouse and offices, allowing guests to walk around and explore.
Barbecued burgers & sausages, salads, sandwiches, pastries and refreshments were served. The event had a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, which was created by the Newton family. This made guests and vendors feel at ease
On Saturday May 14, 2016 the open house continued but was accompanied by vendor presentations held at Dreams Convention Centre, across the street from Newton’s Electric. The vendor presentations were a success with many attendees. A buffet lunch was served during presentations that allowed for guests to mingle during this time.
Overall, the event was enjoyed by all and was a success. Newton’s would like to thank everyone who attended and anyone who played a part in creating the fun experience.
This is the summer of RUM and the forecast looks Dark and Stormy. The Rum Exchange is a unique rum themed bar located in downtown Toronto. The décor is very club-ish and the venue caters mostly to the after work crowd. Throughout the week the Rum Exchange offers after work drink specials. From Monday- Friday you can enjoy $5 bar rail and house wine along with $3 domestic beer and complimentary appetizers. The high top tables in the centre of the venue are made to look like old wooden rum barrels that have been repurposed very obviously playing on the rum theme. The Rum Exchange is primarily a bar, but they do offer some small plates such as bruschetta, chicken tenders and lamb skewers.
Founder Rumen Dimitrov has a passion for all things alcohol. Not only did he open the Rum Exchange, but he is also the founder of Pravda Vodka Bar which stocks more vodka varieties than anywhere else in the city. His vision was to create the perfectbar/lounge for the after work crowd and it seems his vision has been achieved. Behind the bar is lit up in bright colours displaying the most impressive collection of rums in Toronto. Get introduced to the best and most recent rums on the market at one of the Rum Exchange’s rum tastings. They have more than 80 rums in stock so you’re guaranteed to find something that satisfies your tastes.
The Rum Exchange loves to host private and corporate functions. Scotiabank and KPMG have held their events there. The space can host anywhere between 50 and 125 people and comes fully equipped with an AV system (both screen and projector), microphone and DJ booth at no extra charge. It’s also really close to a lot of hotels which is very convenient if you’re bringing in people from out of town. For any event the Rum Exchange offers the choice between either standing or passed hors d’oeuvres that include vegetarian, seafood and meat options.
If rum is your thing or you’re simply into having a good time, be sure to check out the Rum Exchange.
The Rum Exchange Information:
Address: 67 Richmond St. West, Toronto (Bay and Richmond Sts.)
Contact: (416) 941-0000