July 23, 2014
Cigar roller: Ms. Tania Perera, cigar Master roller from Cuba, will be at La Casa del Habano on Tuesday July 22 and Wednesday July 23rd, from 12 to 5 PM.
Customers can come to see the processes of tobacco leaves classification, blending and rolling, into magnificent Habano cigars.
La Casa del Habano Cigar dinner: The store invites customers to yet another cigar dinner during the summer, this time to enjoy vintage cigars from our selection.
Date: Monday July 21st, 6 PM
Place: Creme Brasserie, 162 Cumberland St. (half a block from the store)
Dinner and three Habanos are included, as well as taxes and gratuities, for $160.00/person. Drinks are separate, to be paid individually. Dinner is on the patio; if it rains, dinner will be moved to a cover area of the patio, so customers can still enjoy the outdoors.
Cigars: Hoyo de Monterrey Regalos, Limited Edition 2007 (46×5½); Montecristo Especial, 2008 (38×7½); and
San Cristobal de La Habana Mercaderes, LCDH Edition 2005 (48×6½).
Appetizer: Soup or Mussels or Mixed greens & goat cheese salad
Entree: Steak or Bass fillet or Chicken
Dessert: Berries or Chocolate crepes or Crème brule
Please make your reservation with La Casa del Habano latest July 20th.
When: Wednesday July 23, 2014
Time: 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: BMO Field —170 Princes’ Blvd.
Jermain Defoe’s former team, Tottenham Hotspur are coming to face TFC in their only Canadian stop as part of their North American tour. For more info: www.tottenhamhotspur.com
For Tickets: bit.ly/1mZBYSd
Discovery Zone Courtyard, 10:00am to 4:00pm
The event will offer rare insight to the unique roles the Zoo Keeper plays within your zoo. Come on out and catch a Meet-the-Keeper Talk, join us at our educational booth in the Discovery Zone to see the tools of the trade, learn about keeper conservation initiatives and participate in children’s activities.
Join us in the Waterside Theatre, daily, at 12:00 noon where you will be able to participate in a special game that mimics Zoo Keeper work. Then watch as Zoo staff compete through demonstrations and in challenges to show you what it really takes to be a keeper. Show our Zoo Keepers how much you appreciate and support them by bringing a special card to say thank you for everything they do! When you bring in a card your name will be entered into a draw for a chance to win a family pack of passes to the Zoo!
PLUS, join us in the Discovery Zone Courtyard for Special Animal Visitors at 11:00am and 2:00pm, daily.
Toronto Zoo — 361A Old Finch Avenue
July 18 to July 27.
The Festival began in 1989, when top jazz artists were booked to perform at the Kew Beach Bandshell. Now celebrating its 24th anniversary, the festival has blossomed into a 10-day event that attracts millions of fans and makes a major contribution to promoting Canadian jazz excellence in Toronto and on the world stage.
Since her inception in 1989, this Great DIVA of Jazz Festivals has delivered her goods – for 25 un-interrupted years – under the creative eye of Bill King, the Festival’s long standing Artistic Director and the Festival’s tireless producer, Lido Chilelli.
For more details: www.beachesjazz.com
Location: The Beach Neighbourhood
Exhibition Dates: July 10thth – July 27th, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: June 10th, 6:00 – 9:00pm – Artist in attendance
Thompson Landry Gallery, Stone Distillery Gallery — 32 Distillery Lane
Pieces can be viewed at www.thompsonlandry.com/artists/a_bocaert.html
For further information, or to schedule an interview with the artist, please contact us by email: Joanne Thompson at email@example.com Tel: 416-364-4955
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm, Sunday 12pm – 5pm, or by appointment.
The Thompson Landry Gallery is excited to welcome Virginie Bocaert, for her third solo exhibition in Toronto. Body and Soul is comprised of works from her eagerly anticipated new series which exudes deep emotions through her beautifully expressive style. Bocaert’s work encapsulates feminine sensuality exploring, the intimate link between our physical body and the spiritual nature of the soul.
Virginie Bocaert’s emotionally inspired paintings are like breathlessly diving into the figures that emerge from the depths of her backgrounds. In her latest series, each work exudes a raw passion. Bocaert’s style has evolved by her use of both photography and paint on her canvases with the figures are becoming much more developed, and taking on a strong personality of their own.
On December 21, come visit the AGO for the opening of The Kids’ Gallery, a space created especially for children and you. Together you can experience art first-hand, learn and have fun.
In this first exhibition of paintings and sculptures, you’ll encounter children from faraway times and places. Some are outside and some are at home, spending time with their family, friends and pets. Has life really changed that much over the years?
Check out the works of art. Make a portrait. Explore the books. Relax and stay a while.
Exhibition-inspired costumes and props are available for visitors to design, dress up and pose for their own portraits. Families are encouraged to post their photographs on Instagram with the #AGOkidsgallery hashtag to see their portrait appear on a screen in the space. The Kids’ Gallery activity centre also includes art books and a drawing station for budding artists inspired by the exhibited works.
Organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario.
For more details: www.ago.net
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario — 317 Dundas Street West
July 8 – August 3, 2014. Come take part in North America’s biggest Caribbean-styled Carnival now in its 47th year! See a spectacular parade of more than 20 masquerade bands in the most competitive Carnival competition outside of the Caribbean! The Grand parade is August 2, 2014 at CNE and the Lakeshore.
Exhibition features more than 25 large-scale photographs of rural and urban landscapes by internationally acclaimed artist, including scenes of downtown Toronto.
Scott McFarland’s carefully constructed photographs captivate viewers with their subtle impossibilities. Running at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) from May 14 to Aug. 10, 2014, the exhibition Scott McFarland: Shacks, Snow, Streets, Shrubs brings together more than 40 works by the internationally acclaimed photographer.
Born in 1975 and educated at the University of British Columbia, McFarland now lives and works in Toronto. His works are held in the collections several renowned institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Canada, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Renowned for his images of West Coast gardens and rustic cabins, McFarland has turned his lens towards Ontario since his relocation to the province in 2009. Scott McFarland: Shacks, Snow, Streets, Shrubs features a variety of familiar Ontario landscapes including the series Caledon, Sugar Shack and Concrete Cottage. Curated by Kitty Scott, the AGO’s curator of modern and contemporary art, the exhibition also includes numerous large-format street photographs, depicting New Orleans, Southampton and downtown Toronto.
For more information: www.ago.net
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario — 317 Dundas St. West