Classes will begin the first week of October. Further information on how to register your child (including exact dates and times for the classes) will be posted here on September 17.
Cooking classes for kids (7-13). We believe that the changes in food systems, from sustainability to nutritious meals, starts with kids. In these classes your children will learn how to prepare healthy and nutritious meals they can bring home! Toronto’s own Proteen Queen Leah Honiball will be leading classes in 2014-2015.Find out more »
Same magicians, different tricks up their sleeves and everywhere else. Bring your family to this amazing event, guaranteed to make your mind go in every direction. We are doing it again because parents and children both loved it the first time. If you don’t believe in magic, this event will change you forever, perhaps even give you some insight into their unwavering faith in Harry Potter…
Join Baldini and his two great student wizards, Garnett The Great and Mindbender, as they take you on a journey of make-believe.
Prix Fixe menu available. To book your spots, please call the restaurant at 647-349-6373Find out more »
Hosted by Sang Kim, MECATO is bringing together a fabulous line-up of Canadian fiction writers. Come out and enjoy excerpts from the recently published and soon-to-be-published novels of:
Greg Gatenby - founding curator of The International Festival of Authors
George Elliot Clarke - 2014 Poet Laureate of Toronto
Con Cú, Soldier, Lily, Peace and Pearls, DVP
Claudio Gaudio, Texas, Quattro Books
Nik Beat, The Tyranny of Love, Seraphim Editions
Caroline Vu, Palawan Story, DVP
Su J. Sokol, Cycling to Asylum, DVP
Toronto’s foremost magician, Baldini, will accompany the authors with some beautiful enchantments.
We invite you to join the event by clicking on the Facebook Page Invitation, but you will also need to reserve your table by phoning 647-349-6373. Reserve now! It will be a full house.Find out more »
Every September, award-winning writer, chef, restaurateur and food literacy advocate, Sang Kim, offers two free classes for children between the ages of 8-16, to draw attention to the very real issues of childhood poverty, hunger and food insecurity in Canada. His 2013 TEDx talk spoke movingly about his own childhood experience of hunger and poverty while growing up in a Toronto housing project. Click here to watch his talk.Find out more »