On October 27th, Eat to the Beat was once again held at Toronto’s Roy Thompson Hall. The 2015 edition of this foodie-lovers-dream event marks its 20th year. Since its inception, over $3.7 million has been raised for Willow Breast and Hereditary Cancer Support, a non-for-profit organization offering peer support for anyone coping with breast cancer.
LobstahPalooza 2015 is almost upon us! This is the third time Matt Dean Pettit – chef and co-owner of Rock Lobster Food Co restaurants and Matty’s Seafood Brands is holding this event. This time, it will be held on Sunday, September 27 from 1-8pm at El Gordo’s Backyard, 214 Augusta St in Kensington Market.
While the Pink Party in support of CBCF has been a top notch event with 800+ guests attending year after year, this year’s Pink Party 2015 was all about exclusivity as only about 350-450 lucky guests went to a mansion at a secret location in the Bridle Path.
If you missed it, well you can check out what the fuss was all about in our photos below. Those that were there can attest it was quite an amazing…
On Friday, June 26 starting at 8pm, you’re going to mingle with many likeminded young spirits who are not only into having fun on a Friday night but also support one of the world’s top pediatric hospitals, SickKids. And chances are, your friends are going to this event already! The All-Star Gala’s Facebook page already has 1,200 confirmed attendees so there’s no need to wait, purchase a $125 ticket here because it’s a steal for what you get.
The 19th edition of Eat to the Beat – held on October 21st at Roy Thompson Hall – had extra significance this year, as Willow Breast & Hereditary Cancer Support was also celebrating its 20th birthday. Eat to the Beat is an important fundraising and awareness event for Willow, having raised more than $3.5 million in the past twenty years.