Event season is upon us. Here’s just a few events I’m looking forward to starting as we head into June, one of the busiest months of the year for me. Hope to see you all around?

We usually have to choose between two top events that happen on the same night for some reason. Last year was an exception but this year we’re back to normal where Scrubs in the City and Power Ball are both on June 6th. If you buy a ticket for either event, you can’t go wrong.

Power Ball – massive and highly sought after art party at the Power Plant Contemporary Gallery. June 6th.

Scrubs in the City Sick Kids – a top, top event hosted by Suzanne Rogers and Sylvia Mantella where they transform Evergreen Brick Works into a new fabulous world full of multi-sensory experiences. June 6th.

Toronto Taste in support of Second Harvest, this is definitely one of my favourites with top chefs dishing out great food and drinks with manageable to no waiting times. Food lovers take note.

Polo for Heart – love love love this fancy event spanning a weekend, best experience to be outdoors while watching this classic sport with beautiful horses and talented players. I try to make it every year.

Moonlight Gala for McMichael Gallery – one of my favourite events I try to make it to every year in an the outdoor/indoor venue uptown – I personally won’t make it this year but definitely keep your eye on this one.

Luminato – Luminato Festival embraces instagram worthiness with a House of Mirrors attraction. Instagrammers, put this in your calendar.

Gardiner Smash gala – June 26

Celebrating Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards with a red carpet reception, dinner gala and after party.

Other events that are coming up
Food Ball
Fairmont Royal York Hotel turns 90
Diner en Blanc – every year at a secret location, we heard it’s an exciting venue this year. That’s all I know so far!
Marques d’Elegance
Chotto Matte restaurant opening at Brookfield Place

Frilu's Refreshing Spring Menu and Non-Alcoholic Pairings
Operanation Hit a High Note with a Mix of Partying and Performance

Nick Lee

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