If you want to discover more about your neighbourhood, come with us on Wednesday evening to explore an established restaurant, a cafe newcomer, and an arts academy right in Bloor West Village! Pop-Up Tours are a great way to get more in touch with your community.
If you’re looking for something to do with the kids this week, there are programs every day at our local libraries. Check them out, and maybe check out a few books, too.
Welcome in Spring with our latest Pop-Up Tour. Our next event, Mix It Up in Bloor West Village happens Wednesday, March 22 at 7:15pm.
We will begin at Centauri Arts, where you can discover your inner author. Our next stop is the unique Archtop Cafe for a tea tasting with a food pairing. We end the evening at Bloom Restaurant, where we will learn how to mix Pisco Sour and Caipirinha cocktails, and enjoy them with finger foods.
That’s a lot of delicious food and drink, and a lot of fun, for $30 per person. And all food, drink, and extras are included! But there are only spots for 10 people (and they’re going quickly), so go to the link and snap up your tickets now.
Here are some shots from our last event – Good Taste at Annette and Runnymede II:
Lots of opportunities for giving and learning in the neighbourhood this week. An all-around feel-good week!
This coming Saturday is sign-up for city-led recreation activities, including Summer Camps! And, if you’re looking for other Summer Camp ideas, don’t forget to email us at email@example.com so that we can send you links to all the camps that were featured at our 2017 Camp Fair.
Happy Family Day! Although a lot is closed around the city today, there is still so much to do. Go skating in the outdoor rinks, visit a cultural centre like the ROM or the AGO, or stay in with the fam and play games or just hang out and relax. Enjoy your time together with your family (whether home-grown or cultivated) and appreciate the strength in your bonds.
On February 5, The Westside’s Story hosted its 2nd annual Local Day Camp Fair, at Pinot’s Palette. A number of camps participated, sending enthusiastic representatives, and a selection of informative literature and interactive elements for parents and children.
Parents were able to speak to camp representatives, ask them in-depth questions about camp curriculum and other details, and get a feel for the atmosphere the camps provide. And kids were able to meet camp facilitators and get a feel for whether a specific camp was right for them.
The diversity of the showcased camps was quite impressive, from focus on the arts and outdoors activities, to building self esteem, and STEM learning. It was a wonderful opportunity to delve more deeply into the camps that are available for our children. And Pinot’s Palette was a wonderful and generous host location for our event, and a welcome addition to the neighbourhood.
If you missed the chance to drop by the Local Day Camp Fair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a list of links for all participating camps.
Valentine’s Day is happening this Tuesday, so take your sweetheart out to one of the neighbourhood’s many fabulous restaurants and celebrate!
Music, movies, blood, and bees! No, this is not an avant garde performance piece. These are just a few of the many things happening over the next couple of weeks in the neighbourhood.
It’s chilly outside, again, but deadlines are drawing near for day camp sign-up! Don’t miss The Westside’s Story‘s Local Day Camp Fair this weekend. It’s your opportunity to speak to representatives of a diverse selection of camps and find out more details of what they can provide for your kids.