I know weekends past quickly and speedily and it’s already 4th of March, but what if I tell you some secrets to make the most of this coming week? Surely, that will bring out the little child-ish yet funny-ish person from inside you.
Scroll down to know the 6 events coming this week to Toronto. I hope you have a never-ending-fun-filled weekend!
What: Though it is a funding event, it will bless your stomach and pleasure. Restaurateurs Stacey Patterson and Jennifer Coburn is going to team up with Chef Ivana Raca of Ufficio to raise a funding dining series for George Brown scholarships for budding female chefs. The delicious and mouthwatering Italian cuisine with cocktail and wine is going to be featured by chef Ivana Raca (Ufficio, Boemo), Afrim Pristine (Cheese Boutique), chef Cory Vitiello (FLOCK), Sarah Keenlyside (CXBO), and bartender Sandy de Almeida (The Drake).
When: March 5, 7 pm to 10 pm
Where: Ufficio, 1214 Dundas Street West
What: Bring on your yum cha because the most awaited Toronto’s Sustainable Dim Sum festival is going to happen this week in spring (if winter stops being an irritating guest *wink*). The visitors are going to have a passport by which they will be able to try every delightful dim sum, prepared by Toronto’s top chefs and restaurants.
When: March 6, 6:30 pm
Where: The Rotunda at Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West
What: Are you a yummy-licious baker? Why not try this Vegan baking competition which is going to be really fabulous? This is 10th year to this event, presented by the Toronto Vegetarian Association to enjoy the vegan cupcakes, doughnuts, confections, and other decadent desserts.
When: March 9, 11 am to 4:30 pm
Where: The Glass Factory and Lounge, 99 Sudbury Street
What: March is bringing an exciting event filled with various performance, colorful costumes, impressive set design, and props, for which the Opera House will be converting into The Mystic Forest.
When: March 10, 10 pm to 3 am
Where: The Opera House, 735 Queen Street West
What: As no one is going to give a warm goodbye to winter because of the raging weather condition but I am sorry this event holds exactly this thing. *wink* Everyone is invited to gather and celebrate the end of winter with sugar shacks, maple taffy, ice activities, winter marketplace, specialty bar, live music, and something beyond your imagination.
When: March 10 and 11, 2018, 11 am to 5 pm
Where: Sugar Beach, 11 Dockside Drive
What: This parade is again coming back for the 30th time to cherish Irish culture, history, and heritage. The largest Irish themed festival is beautifully celebrated in Toronto every year which is equally a fun for adults and children.
When: March 11, 12 pm to 3 pm
Where: The initially will touch the Bloor and St George, then down to Yonge and end at the Nathan Phillips Square
Enjoy till your brain sends signals to stop laughing and acting like a child. *wink-wink*Liked the article? Why not make a habit of clicking MKTLIST?
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