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Contributed by Chloe Kagan — Join Toronto’s tech nerds on the last Monday of each month!   HackerNest is an international nonprofit building in-real-life community for self proclaimed tech nerds around the world! Introverts and extroverts feel right at home thanks to their strict no-douchebag policy. It is no secret that tech is currently the […]

Gala evening for Théâtre français de Toronto

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Contributed by Paul-François Sylvestre — On May 26, Théâtre français de Toronto (TfT) held its annual gala soirée at the Canadian Stage theatre and at Thomson Landry Gallery in the Distillery district. The evening started with the presentation of Le Placard (The Closet), a play by Francis Veber. It was the last production by Guy […]

Learn How to Play Aussie Rules Football!

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Join the High Park Demons and Learn How to Play Aussie Rules Football! Pre-season training is in full swing for the High Park Demons Australian Football Club. What’s next on the agenda? Spring recruitment! The club will be hosting a recruitment day on March 5th from 3:30-5:00p.m. in the dome at Monarch Park Stadium (Coxwell […]

24 Years and going strong

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Contributed by Gina Dineen Celebrating outstanding short films from around the world and around the corner, this local one-night-only juried screening of international short films promises something for everyone!   Come and vote for the People’s Choice Award.   The screening will be held in the Ada Slaight Hall at Daniel’s Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. […]

Cabbagetown Theatre

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Contributed by Kim Sprenger Cabbagetown Theatre is returning for their fifteenth+ year as members of the Cabbagetown Festival. We take fairy tales and bring them to life – panto-style – in the glorious Necropolis Chapel that is part of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery Group across from Riverdale Farm.   This year our story is “Goldilocks: […]

Cabbagetown Tour of Homes Displays Richness of Style and Architecture

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Contributed by Kathy Flaxman The architecture in Cabbagetown is unparalleled.  On street after street homes built in the Victorian era stand in manifestations from majestic mansions to exquisite workers’ cottages, lovingly preserved and cherished. At the same time, newer homes, sometimes constructed to tie in with their historic neighbours, make this area special. On the […]

Finding ways to help improve Cabbagetown

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Stephen-Thomas Maciejowski, Executive Director, Cabbagetown BIA Cabbagetown is filled with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and services listed on the BIA’s website www.cabbagetownTO.com. The Cabbagetown BIA encourages all residents and visitors to get to know the local business owners and to shop local in Cabbagetown. The 39th annual Cabbagetown Festival is a great time […]

John Tory to Attend Benefit for Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre

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One of his first major events as Mayor Elect, John Tory, will take the stage with TVO’s Steve Paikin, City Councillors Pam McConnell and Mary Margret McMahon, Air Farce Comedienne, Luba Goy, MPP Hon. Glen Murray Comedienne, Maggie Cassella, MP Chrystia Freeland in a game show parody to benefit our very own Cabbagetown Community Arts […]

This Cabbagetown Festival is Going to be great!

Contributed by Your Cabbagetown BIA The Cabbagetown BIA is proud to present the 38th annual Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts, set for September 4 – 14, highlighting live outdoor music and entertainment on Saturday September 6 and Sunday September 7. Over the two days, the festival will close down Parliament Street from Wellesley Street south […]