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April 27, 2015

Upcoming Events/Consumer Shows

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Our new (and improved) website has hit some roadblocks and has been delayed going live. In the meantime, we're continuing to update listings/events when they become available.

Listings will also be mentioned on our Facebook page and via Twitter.


Grow Op

Apr 23-26, 2015

This 4-day exhibition celebrates innovative ideas and conceptual responses to landscape, gardens, art, and place-making under this year’s theme, the culture of landscape.

Grow Op 2015 facilitates a multi-disciplinary forum across a broad range of creative practices. One of the most intriguing annual exhibitions in Toronto, Grow Op encourages an array of perspectives and dialogues surrounding landscape and place. It challenges our understanding of nature and the built environment around us.


The Southern Ontario Women’s Show & Sale

Apr 24-25, 2015

What a fabulous way to spend the weekend with your BFFs! Visit the Southern Ontario Women's Show - a giant shopping warehouse full of well-priced designer clothing, sparkly jewelry, aisles of gorgeous shoes and accessories, plus wine tasting, gourmet food sampling, entertainment and a roster of exciting special guests. Ticket info TBA.


The Leahys - In Song

Apr 28, 2015: 8 pm (doors open: 7 pm)

For years members of the Leahy Family, a Canadian music group, have played and shared their music across the world, gaining acclaim for their musicality, talent and engaging performance. Six members of the Leahy Family have joined forces in a new show featuring five of the seven Leahy sisters, along with one of four Leahy brothers.

In this new project titled, The Leahys – In Song, emphasis is placed on their creative song-writing, and gorgeous harmonic blends, a signature of the sibling music group.  Never far from their roots, their presentation is moving and full of life with distinct and inspiring songs along with traditional celtic and high energy instrumental works. Their sound and style of music is an explosion of  talent and energy, intense emotion, and fiery passion.


Canadian Music Week

May 1-10, 2015

Canadian Music Week has over 800 artists filling over 60 venues to mark another installment of Canadas largest new music festival. From tomorrow's emerging artists to todays hottest concert hit-makers, you'll find them here.

All CMF showcase performances are accessible to holders with a festival wristband. Entry to all shows is subject to capacity. Shows are 19 and over unless otherwise stated.


The Hamilton Do It Yourself Show

May 2, 2015: 10am-6pm

DO IT YOUR WAY - Experience One Of The Biggest Upcoming DIY Events in Hamilton

These days more and more people are learning to “Do it yourself”, or DIY, a method of building, modifying, or repairing without the aid of experts or professionals. Whether remodelling your kitchen, dreaming of a master bathroom addition or simply repairing a leaky faucet, we’ve got it. This event is simply huge, and one of a kind. Do it your way. Come get involved, with over 100 exhibitors, amazing food trucks, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and other great attractions.

ONLINE: Register early & get a FREE $25 giftcard (via the website).


Digital Media Summit

May 7, 2015 (Thurs)

As part of the Canadian Music Week, the Digital Media Summit is a social media and interactive marketing conference bringing together the worlds of social media and interactive marketing to bring digital branding to the forefront and examine successful engagement strategies for brands, business and media as well as "why" people use social networks.


Science Chase

May 9, 2015: 10am-4pm

Science Chase logo The Science Chase is an Amazing Race style competition for adults where teams of two must complete several challenges hidden throughout the downtown Toronto core, starting at David Pecaut Square.

Specifically, teams will have 6 hours to complete 12 of 20 available challenges, each of which focus on a different scientific, technological or mathematical concept, all tailored towards the non-scientific community. The event is open to the public
You must pre-register in order to take part - only $40/team!


Mothers' Day Brunch: Casa Loma

May 10, 2015

What an excellent way to treat your favourite person in the whole wide world! Celebrate Mother's Day with your Mum in style. She's bound to enjoy the Mothers' Day (buffet) Brunch - with the beautiful surroundings of Toronto's famous castle. After brunch, enjoy a self-guided tour of the castle. These kinds of events at Casa Loma usually SELL OUT, so don't wait to reserve.

Reservations: $55/person || $35 (children 13 and under)
For reserations email: info@casaloma.org or call 416-923-1171


Terroir Hospitality Symposium

May 11, 2015

Canada’s leading hospitality industry symposium, Terroir brings together influential chefs, food & wine experts, restaurateurs and global influencers in gastronomy.

If you're interested, you can read more HERE. Last year this event SOLD OUT so get your tickets early!!


The Totally British Festival

May 16-17, 2015

A weekend packed with brilliantly British entertainment for all the family.

SATURDAY: Nostalgia Day with memories, music, dance, laughter featuring Tom Jones Tribute, Morris Dancers, Concert Band British Invasion, Pipe and Drums Band, a British Classic Car Display.

SUNDAY: Family Day with lots of fun for ALL the family, including Punch and Judy show, British Invasion Band, Competitions and Prizes for the kids, and lots more!!


Toronto Trek for Teens Day

May 23, 2015: 10am-11pm

Trek for Teens logoThe Trek for Teens Foundation is holding its annual Trek for Teens Day Event. They are a student-run charitable project dedicated to helping raise awareness and funds with regards to the problem of youth homelessness. Events and Activities on the day include:

*All teams must register by April 16 in order to compete. Come out to support homeless youth! All proceeds will go to Covenant House Toronto, Horizons for Youth, and Youth Without Shelter.