To celebrate the only go-to destination for ping-pong at King West, SPiN threw a block party with proceeds to support the Remix project. Outside there was graffiti-style artwork There was a King of the Courts ping-pong showdown, DJ Brendan Canning (Broken Social Scene), 11 custom-designed ping pong tables up for auction and booths for Appleton Estate, Ciroc vodka, and Hop City Brewery.
It was a great time and although they’re best known for ping pong, I hope they keep serving up that great food.
ABOUT THE REMIX PROJECT
The Remix Project was created in order to help level the playing field for young people from disadvantaged, marginalized and under served communities. Our programs and services serve youth who are trying to enter into the creative industries or further their formal education; The REMIX Project provides top-notch alternative, creative, educational programs, facilitators and facilities. Our mission is to help refine the raw talents of young people from across the GTA in order to help them find success as participants define it and on their own terms. For more info visit www.theremixproject.ca
Also check out this great video from last year’s SPiN one year anniversary, which I was lucky to have been a part of with The W Network’s Property Brothers.
Check out our photos from the SPiN menu tasting back in April.