Artscape Gibraltar Point:
Artscape Gibraltar point is one of the great event venues on Toronto’s Island, steps away from a beautiful beach and the lighthouse. Easy access to the beach with a short ferry ride from downtown Toronto.
The affordable and distraction free environment with bright and spacious studios are perfect for events from workshops, conferences to weddings and staff retreats.
The Event Spaces in Artscape Gibraltar Point are different sizes and have a range of capacities;
The Beacon Room & The Fireplace Room:
These indoor event spaces have a gorgeous Island’s view. The space also includes a screen and projector system, small stage and with sound system.
Theatre (270), Reception (250), Rounds of 8 (128), Rectangular and Round
Tables (150), Half Rounds (108), Hollow Square (48), Classroom (130), Cafeteria (206)
The South & West Lawns
Artscape on the island is perfect for outdoor events with the capacity of the south lawn: 300; west lawn: 1,500. casual picnic tables, formal outdoor events, can be tented to suit. Screen/projector, sound system are available through Artscape Event Services.
Located south of the property and perfect place for wedding ceremonies, small concerts and outdoor activities. Open to public during the events and alcohol is not permitted.
For more information for the events please check out www.artsapeeventvenues.ca
Artscape Gibraltar Point
443 Lakeshore Avenue
The best trade show for home renovation and decor, The National Home Show and Canada Blooms, landed at the Enercare Centre on March 10th and will be open to the public until March 19th.
Whether you’re looking to create an outdoor oasis with beautifully landscaped foliage or you’re searching for inspiration for your next bathroom or kitchen renovation, there is a booth for you! From custom flooring to numerous roofing choices, your options are endless.
Some of the featured booths include; The Best Buy Smart Home, an interactive booth that allows you to walk through different rooms to experience technology that is integrated with living, and The Future Dream Home, a project featuring environmentally friendly materials that can be designed and customized according to the client.
Canada Blooms is eager to celebrate Canada’s 150 birthday. The chosen flower of the year is the new Canadian Shield rose, that is hearty enough to withstand colder temperatures. Gorgeous gardens and pretty patios were sprouting up throughout the exhibition.
The National Home Show and Canada Blooms is located in the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place. The show opens at 10 a.m. everyday from March 10 – March 19.
On Wednesday, March 8th, Hogg, Shain & Scheck hosted another informative Managing for Growth series. The first series of 2017 focused on transforming profits through improved pricing strategies.
The conference room at The Westin Prince was full of engaged listeners as Paul Hunt, President of Pricing Solutions, delivered a useful and informative talk about the issues business owners face.
Paul Hunt discussed the different ways a business can structure pricing to keep costs low and profits high, all while maintaining customer and client satisfaction. “Customers don’t always want the best price, they want the best value.
Paul gave an insightful look at different pricing strategies. He encourages every business owner to find their “lakefront property”. A “lakefront property” in business terms is an object or service that can be leveraged because of its value. A busy Saturday for sales, versus a slower weekday, means Saturday is the “lakefront property”, and can sustain a fair price increase.
The Managing for Growth Series will be back in June. Strategist Robert Murray will be the guest speaker on June 6, to discuss leadership and getting your team members on board with your vision and plan. Tickets are available now, register here for their June seminar.
Oliver and Bonacini welcomed Big Rock Brewery to Toronto with a collaborative, unique two-level, fully accessible heritage space, known as Liberty Commons. The modern brewpub venue offers up two separate and unique areas to rent out or go big with a full restaurant buyout.
Barrel Room is a great space with room for either a breakfast rendezvous or a full seated dinner of groups of up to 32, or have a reception style gathering for groups of a 47. The Barrel Room comes equipped with a 60” flat screen television, but you do have to be conscious of shrinking the guest list if a/v is required. The room is backdropped with an upcycled beer cask wall and exposed brick.
The Drink Tank offers an airy space with slightly smaller capacity. Up to 24 people can be seated or 30 people for reception style mixers, private get-togethers or business breakfasts. The Drink Tank gives guests a great visual of the brewmasters at work in the on-site brewery, perfect for a beer lager enthusiasts or an ale-themed event.
The entire restaurant will get 173 guests seated or a large soiree with 340 standing. For any option, a cocktail services can be provided, with limitations on draft, and you can also tailor the beverage selections to enhance your guests’ experience! Match that with a customizable menu – including vegan and vegetarian- and you have a great event on your hands.
For all booking inquiries contact:
St. Paul’s Bloor Street Church – the historic building in the heart of downtown Toronto – has an award winning Atrium and Courtyard.
St. Paul’s offers modern event facilities for all occasions, from meetings to receptions. These facilities include The St. Paul’s Chapel, the Library, The Great Hall and The Cody Hall .
The glorious Great Hall has wooden trusses and stone columns and can accommodate 150 people for sit down dinners and 250 people for receptions. Cody Hall, a theatre style hall with balcony and stage , could accommodate up to 220 people. It also has built-in audio/visual equipment.
The second floor consists of a number of meeting and Breakout rooms accommodating up to 40 people. Lastly, on the lower level there is a gymnasium with wooden floors and a 20 foot ceiling, making it an excellent space for planning game events.
The facility has elevator access, wireless internet and in-house catering.
For more information or to book your event, please contact our events coordinator, at email@example.com or 416-961-8116 ext. 235.
St. Paul’s Bloor Street
227 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1C8