Enjoy cooking with beer? What about comedy and trivia nights? Want to make your own face scrub? How about a few nights at the theatre? If you are looking for ideas to fill your March, scroll on and discover what Old Town Toronto has to offer.
Uncover the Toronto premiere of The National Ballet of Canada’s Principal Dancer Guillaume Côté’s, Crypto.
An exhilarating musical tribute to revolutionary photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, Crypto features the music of Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson mixed with theatre and technology. Explore this groundbreaking, cutting-edge contemporary dance creation happening April 22-26 at The Bluma Appel Theatre.
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St. E., 416-368-6161
March Break Promotion at the Museum of Illusions
With over 80+ illusions, installations, holograms and exhibits, make sure to visit the Museum of Illusions during March Break 2020. Fuse learning and education with fun and entertainment for the whole family! Use promo code: MBREAK2020 and get 10% off any regular priced ticket when purchasing online.
The Museum of Illusions, 132 Front St E., 647-928-7588
Choose Your Movies
Yes, it is cold out, but our entire staff is excited for our summer movie series for summer 2020. The only problem, we cannot make our minds up when it comes to choosing what movies to watch. Maybe you can help? Just click the button below to vote for your favourite movies. We will release dates and the winning movie titles in the spring.MOVIE SURVEY
Welcome Physiotherapist Brian Kim
Trilogy Physiotherapy is excited to welcome our newest physiotherapist Brian Kim to the team! Brian is an experienced physiotherapist who has also worked as a kinesiologist and personal trainer. He has completed further training in acupuncture, dry needling, concussion therapy, and manual therapy. Brian’s treatment approach is heavily patient focused as he is a strong believer that the patient should have an active part in their treatment plan.
Brian’s passion for exercise and fitness comes from being involved in various sports including basketball, soccer, golf, football, powerlifting and olympic lifting. Brian is also involved at the University of Toronto as a clinical mentor to physiotherapy students. During his spare time you can find him exploring local trails with his new puppy. Brian is currently accepting new patients at the clinic, so call to book an appointment with him today!
Trilogy Physiotherapy, 75 Sherbourne St., 416-504-8383
St.Patrick’s Day Parties at Scotland Yard
The longest standing pub on The Esplanade block servicing the St.Lawrence Market community for over 41 years is throwing two awesome St.Patrick’s Day Parties. Come join us for March 14th and March 17th to celebrate properly!
Scotland Yard, 56 The Esplanade, 416 364 6572.
Tiffin Service from Bombay Palace
We offer a unique Tiffin service with varied options of gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and non vegetarian. Our focus is on home style, simple, no thrills or frills, healthy wholesome, nutritious options. Explore our new menu every week with 6 attractive packages. Available for pick up and delivery every Tuesday. Learn more here: http://www.bombaypalacetoronto.com/tiffin/
Bombay Palace, 71 Jarvis St., 416-368-8048
From Television Media to Jewellery. Meet Carey Pearson of Flux + Form Jewellery Studio
Carey Pearson is co-owner with Kim Drosdick & Suzanne Crudden of Flux + Form, a stunning storefront and studio in Old Town Toronto, established in 2007. Carey’s previous career in the Television Media Industry, while enjoyed, always lacked something. After discovering the world of jewellery design at George Brown College she was immediately smitten. She took a leap, left her career and enrolled in the GBC full time Jewellery Program.
Carey knew immediately that this was where she was meant to be and has never looked back. “The passion I feel when designing or producing a new piece is all consuming,” says Carey.
Carey’s designs are inspired by nature, its shapes and its romanticism. Carey specializes in custom design and works directly with her clients to create a piece that has special meaning and value to them. Every person has a beautiful story so her goal is making sure each piece tells that story.
Stop in at Flux + Form to meet Carey.
Flux + Form, 116 1/2 Sherbourne St., 416-368-9679
City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 13 – Toronto Centre
For the latest updates from your local councillor in Ward 13 – Toronto Centre, please visit: www.kristynwongtam.ca/updates.
City issue to report? Many items such as but not limited to, waste collection, noise, graffiti and litter, roads, water, trees and animals, property issues, complaints and comments, snow removal can be reported directly to 311 via email or phone. To learn more please visit: www.toronto.ca/home/311-toronto-at-your-service/. 311 is your fastest, and often best way to bring your issue to the attention of the correct department at the City of Toronto, so that it can be addressed.
10 Weird Facts About St Lawrence Market To Take You Back In Time
Love the market? Then you might enjoy our recent blog post 10 Weird Facts About St Lawrence Market To Take You Back In Time. From fires to illegal produce of days gone by, click here to check the post out and learn more about St. Lawrence Market in Old Town Toronto.
A family is a child’s first community. By chance, a baby is born into a group of related people that will define the early major aspects of their life.
Families can define our values, teach us about responsibility and nurturing, and protect us when we are still developing. But families can teach other lessons as well, about gender roles, power and vulnerability.
If your family is changing because of separation or divorce, and you need help through the transition, I offer comprehensive family mediation services that can help you respectfully resolve your parenting, support and property division issues. Call me, Anne Marie Predko, at (437) 887-0591 or visit me online at Round Table Mediation.
Round Table Mediation, 43 Front St. E., Suite 400, (437) 887-0591
Uncover the dance lover within you with the world’s premiere contemporary dance company Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT1)
Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT1), declared by international critics as “The world’s most magnificent dancers” – The Sunday Herlad, are coming to Meridian Hall for ONE NIGHT ONLY. Witness choreography by world-class artists Sol León, Paul Lightfoot and resident NDT choreographers Crystal Pite and Hofesh Schechter.
Ticket link: http://bit.ly/2Q2b5Rc
Meridian Hall, 1 Front St. E., 416-368-6161
Comedy & Trivia Unite!
If you answered “Krypton” you should join us for a very special kind of Trivia Night! Every Tuesday night starting March 24th at 7:30 pm the cities funniest comedians will be hosting a evening filled with Trivia and a few laughs along the way. We’ve combined two great evenings into one with Comedy & Trivia. Free Admission and Prizes every week! So bring your friends and come check it out!
Hogtown Smoke, 55 Colborne St., 416-691-9009
Easter Sunday Brunch and Mokara Spa Toronto
EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH on April 12, 2020.
Please call 416-863-4106 for information and reservations.
MOKARA SPA TORONTO
Opening in Spring 2020 and the first Mokara Spa in Canada! Follow us at @MokaraSpaToronto on Instagram/Facebook to check all the updates.
The Omni King Edward Hotel, 37 King St E., 416-863-9700
DIY Face Scrubs and Moisturizers Workshop
Tuesday March 10th, join us at BMO King & Church Branch for an evening of DIY skincare basics. Secure your spot at: universe.com/kcfacescrub. Space is limited. Contact email@example.com for questions.
Bank of Montreal, 101 King St E., 416-360-8430
St Lawrence Neighbourhood Association (SLNA)
Looking for the latest from your local resident’s association? Find all the news by visiting www.slna.ca.
The Future Of The Music Industry: Information Session & Tour of Harris Institute
Thursday, March 19th at 12:30pm
Harris Institute is an internationally recognized leader in audio production and music industry education. John Harris, president and founder, will present an overview of the school and its programs, a presentation on the future of the music industry and a tour of the facilities.
RSVP at 416.367.0178 or at www.harrisinstitute.com/contact-harris-institute/
Harris Institute, 118 Sherbourne St., 416-367-0178
St. Patrick’s Day Couples Cooking Class
Heat things up in the kitchen with your favourite person! Enjoy a beer themed couples cooking class on February 13th to celebrate St. Patrick’s day. $250+tax per couple.
Cirillo’s Academy, 118 The Esplanade, 416-901-3491
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Fill Your Heart with Ama
Your travel decision just got a whole lot easier. For a limited time you can receive triple savings on select 2020 departures including C$2,400 savings per stateroom + onboard credit. Now’s the time to experience the ultimate river cruise experience by filling your heart with Ama booked by 31st March 2020 Terms & Conditions Apply
Transat Travel, 56 Church St., 416-366-1961.
Celebrate Havwoods Showroom 1 Year Anniversary!
Havwoods Toronto wood flooring showroom is turning 1! To celebrate, we invite you to join us for a glass of Prosecco, snap a photo in our London-style photo booth, pick out free wood floor samples or have a showroom tour, from March 23rd-27th…all week long!
Havwoods International, 201 Frederick St., 1-844-808-9663
Floor Model Sale
Making room for newest models on the production line. ALL Floor Models reduced 50%.
italDESIGN Group Ltd., 325 King St. E., 416-346-4922
#1 On TripAdvisor!
Bahn Thai Spa recently passed the 5 year mark and are proud of our commitment to excellence. We’d love for you to see for yourself why we are the #1 Spa on TripAdvisor, Yelp and Google! Check out our new website and www.bahnthaispa.com
Bahn Thai Spa, 136 Adelaide St., E., 647-284-5524
Provocative and touching play at Alumnae Theatre, Fri. Apr 17th – Sat. May 2nd, 2020
Alumnae Theatre is super excited to present In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) – opening April 17, 2020. This Insightful, fresh and funny play by Sarah Ruhl earned three Tony nominations in 2010.
Set in 1880, as the world begins to electrify, this sometimes laugh out loud play is as rich in thought as it is in feeling. In late 19th century America, an enterprising physician takes advantage Edison’s invention at the dawn of electricity to employ a new mechanism to ease female “hysteria.” Meanwhile, his devoted but desperately unhappy wife takes matters into her own hands leading to her own fulfillment and awakening. This, provocative and touching play, shocking and humorous as it is, tells a story of love and redemption with humour, compassion and enlightenment.
PAY WHAT YOU CAN DATES: Sun. Apr. 19th & Sun. Apr. 26th, 2020 at 2:00 pm
2-for-1 tickets: Wed. Apr. 22nd & Wed. Apr. 29th, 2020 at
Alumnae Theatre, 70 Berkeley St., 416-364-4170