On Thursday June 6th, the CityEvents team attended the, “Give Me Liberty After Work Party”. The event was located on Fraser Avenue on the west side of Lamport Stadium. Although the weather was uncooperative a good turnout of residents, business owners and Liberty Village lovers braved the wet weather. These brave souls enjoyed the many tents that contained food, drink and local businesses from the Liberty area. A DJ helped keep the mood light as partygoers enjoyed networking as they bounced from tent to tent. These tents included Good Life, AutoShare, Zipcar, Aroma, Yogurty’s, Maizal, Vogue Supperclub and 25 Liberty to name a few. Besides the weather the event was enjoyable and a great way to experience some of Liberty Villages many offerings.
For more information on upcoming Liberty Social events visit:
Liberty Village BIA website http://www.lvbia.com
OR go on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LibertySocials
Come celebrate & have fun, food and music!
This Fall Festival take place along Bloor Street W. (from Prince Edward
Drive to Montgomery Road) is a food & entertainment extravaganza for the whole family.
Featuring: Beer gardens, 2 grand stages with non-stop entertainment, a Culinary Market/Theatre featuring Celebrity Chefs, Midway Rides, the biggest Dog Show in Etobicoke, Artisan & crafter pavilions, clowns, face painters, auto show, Charity Pancake Breakfast in support of Out of The Cold and so much more!
Where: The Kingsway BIA (On Bloor Street West. between Prince Edward Drive and Montgomery Road), 3029 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke
When: Friday, September 6th, 9am-6pm,
Saturday, September 7th, 11am-9pm,
Sunday, September 8th, 11am-6pm
Getting there: The Taste of the Kingsway is located at the Royal York Subway Station, leave the car home and come enjoy this 3 day festival using the TTC.
For more information contact:
Web site: http://www.kingswaybia.ca/
Twitter : @thekingswaybia
The inaugural edition of the Dundas West Fest took place on the 8th of June 2013!
In collaboration with the Dundas West BIA & the Little Portugal BIA. The Dundas West Fest aimed to unite businesses, residents and the many communities that together make up the neighbourhood.
Where: Dundas Street West from the Old Village of Brockton to Little Portugal
The 12 city blocks fest featured: 3 entertainment stages, 6 busker zones, over 40 Licensed patios, Children’s activities, great food, live music and fabulous shopping.(Over 200 Unique Vendors).
For more information contact:
Interested in what the latest Toronto’s arts and music scenes have to offer? Education Remixed is an evening showcasing the talented artists and students of Toronto’s The Remix Project, a charity dedicated to educating and inspiring Toronto’s marginalized youth. You’ll have the opportunity to soak in creative music, film and art experiences, snack on delicious Pizza Pizza and Steam Whistle Brewing options and arrive in style with UBER cab.
On April 5, 2013 at 8pm, Humber College Event Management Students will host Education Remixed, benefiting The Remix Project and the Humber College Scholarship Fund.
Students helping students is the philosophy behind the Humber College student run company, TwoTen Events who have been sharpening their event management skills all year long to host the inaugural Education Remixed (#EDxTO), benefiting the Remix Project and the Humber College Scholarship Fund.
Headlining the event is DJ Romeo bringing R&B mixes to the Berkeley Church Stage. The work of The Remix Project graduates, photography and paintings, will be displayed in the mezzanine.
Special guests such as Andrew Jones, Grey Cup winning offensive line for the Toronto Argonauts are lending their support on April 5th, 2013.
There are a limited number of Education Remixed tickets available through the event sponsor Atendy ($20.00)
WHEN: Friday April 5th, 2013 8pm – 1am
WHERE: Berkeley Church located at 315 Queen St. East.
Don’t miss this opportunity to support your local community and fantastic new music.
The Redpath Toronto Waterfront Festival is an annual festival celebrating Toronto’s waterfront, presented by the Waterfront Business Improvement Area (BIA). It is a is a unique festival that provides on water and on land programming, while positioning and promoting Toronto locally, nationally and internationally as a waterfront destination.
This years celebration took place June 21 through 24, 2012, down on Queen’s Quay. It included Saltscapes and the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, and a celebration of the East Coast lifestyle. There was also The Wharf at York, with interactive folklore performances. Sweet Smokin’ Suga’ Beach Jam, a folk and blues music showcase and beach BBQ.
This year’s Redpath Waterfront Festival brought music, art, culture and cuisine to a variety of waterfront locations. There were people visiting from all over the Canada and performances from all types of musicians, public private and even students from a nearby school for girls here in Toronto.
Headlining the event was ‘Saltscapes’ a celebration of east coast culture at HTO Park East. At Harbour Quay, the area was transported into an interactive old port settlement called ‘The Wharf at York’ with sail makers, weavers, musicians and more. Sugar Beach had live music, a beach barbeque and a unique lightshow where they transformed a fountain display into a nighttime multimedia water theatre.
Overall the event was great, great food, great music and a great celebration of Toronto’s waterfront.