Support a great cause and learn from ABC News, Google Canada and Green Lotus search engine and social media marketing experts. Speakers will provide industry best practices to better manage your online marketing strategy, improve brand awareness and your bottom line.
Where: YWCA Toronto Headquarters, 87 Elm St. Toronto (Bay & Dundas)
Admission: FREE with a donation to the YWCA Toronto Girls’ Centre
Whether just starting to plan an online marketing strategy or deep into implementation; the Donate & Learn Workshop will provide the knowledge, strategies and networking opportunities needed to improve online marketing results,&take your businesses to the next level!
Register now: http://greenlotus.ca/learn-donate-workshop
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Sponsored by: Go Daddy, Toronto Star’s NewInHomes.com, Epic Cruises and Big3 Video Agency
100% of donations will go to the YWCA Girl’s Centre - a judgment free and supportive environment for young women to start building their futures. The YWCA Girls’ Center members are media savvy, fearless future leaders. Join us in supporting members of the Girls’Center become exactly who they’d like to be!
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 fabulous shopping.(Over 200 Unique Vendors).
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
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
Bloke & 4th is this incredible unique venue on King West & Spadina in the heart of the entertainment district that has 2 different atmospheres in one place. There is a great seating area as well as mingling area.
First there is the East wing called Bloke. A stylish lounge where designs meets comfort and urban atmosphere. Everything is in place for people to relax, connect and enjoy cocktails up until 11pm.
Then, the West wing, 4th, is a restaurant featuring globally inspired menu, focusing on local and seasonal ingredients, which enable them to created and update it 4 times a year. They offer”global flavours with modern twists by combining a variety of textures and temperatures”. Another of their uniqueness consists in creating every meal from scratch.
Special features :
- East Wing: Bloke
8 VIP Tables
- West Wing: 4th
3 Private Dining Sections, each accommodating 15-30+ Guests
For more information on the venue : http://blokeand4th.com/#&panel1-1
Experiencing art is a prominent trend in Toronto, from events like Scotiabank Nuit Blance, Scotiabank Contact Toronto, to The Toronto International Film Festival. Toronto Museums are using evening events to draw a younger audience through their doors.
“ROM Friday Night Live” is encouraging young adults 25-33 years of age to “go beyond the artifacts and experience the ROM with special events and programming.” Returning May 3rd, 2013 ROM Friday Night Live will bring young adults of Toronto to the ROM for a night of dancing, food, drink and of course art. Come enjoy the city’s most unlikely club scene! Friday May 3rd will feature The JUNO Awards, Luminato and Ancient Mesopotamia.
For more information on ROM Friday Night Live and 1st Thursdays, visit: