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What’s Happening in the Neighbourhood this Spring

Thursday April 2nd 2015
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Spring is reluctantly making an appearance in the city, and Torontonians are anxious to get outside. We’re looking forward to opening our new sales office in mid-April, so stop by and say ‘hi’ if you’re in the neighbourhood!

New Sixty Colborne Sales Centre
95 King Street East, Suite 101 (ground floor)
Next to the Sixty Colborne site at King St. E & Church.

Aside from our new sales centre, there’s a lot going in the city this season, so we rounded up some of the upcoming events in the East End this spring.

Cavalia’s Odysseo

http://www.cavalia.net/en/odysseo

April 8 – April 26
If you’ve driven by the port lands recently, you’ll notice the giant white tent going up on the grounds. Cavalia’s equestrian extravaganza is back in Toronto for April after an extensive North American tour. Cavalia’s Big White Top—one of the largest in the world—will house a cast of 65 horses and 45 two-legged performers. Odysseo is a combination of choreographed equines and stunning human acrobatics across several terrains and backdrops. It’s a little bit of magic for all ages.

Free Yoga and Dance Classes at the Sony Centre

http://www.sonycentre.ca/Home/Education/Community-Programs.aspx

April – May
We’re all trying to find more ways to be active, and finding ways to do it for free appeals to everyone. The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts hosts a whole bevy of free activities for adults—ballet, jazz and barre fitness. Classes are free, first-come-first-serve and are inspired by the Centre’s 2015 dance programming. Come early and don’t worry about previous experience—none required. Free lunchtime yoga classes sponsored by Moksha Yoga Danforth are held during lunch hours as well. Pop in for a quick moment of Zen during your work day.

YOGA Time: 12:10 to 12:55pm
Dates: Tuesdays
April 7, 14, 21, 28
May 5, 19, 26
Adult Beginner Ballet
Dates: Tuesdays April 7, 14, 21, 28
Time: 5:15 to 6:15pm

Leslieville Flea Market

http://leslievilleflea.com/

Fermenting Cellars/Distillery District
28 Distillery Lane
Sunday, April 26
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Leslieville Flea Market is held on the third Sunday of every month. April’s market will be the last to be held indoors at the Fermenting Cellars in the Distillery District. The market is a delightful mix of vintage, new, strange and tasty. Previous vendors have included Wild Thing Vintage who carries great (and practical) things like a vintage London Fog raincoat. Vendors Whiskey + Spice will be there with their booze-spiked mustards as well as Totem Jewelry and Accessories with their “arm knitted” scarves.

Love Art Fair

http://www.loveartfair.com/toronto/

April 17-19
Heritage Court, Direct Energy Centre
Originally launched in London, Love Art Fair sets out to make contemporary art approachable for everyone. This will be their second edition in Toronto. The fair will feature workshops, talks and the chance to discover upcoming talent. Forty five galleries will be taking part in this year’s event where prices for art will range from $100 to $10,000, with more than half priced below $5,000.

Toronto Blue Jay’s Home Opener

http://toronto.bluejays.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=tor

Rogers Centre
April 13
Whether you’re a Toronto sports fan, a casual viewer or just enjoy being outside on a beautiful day, baseball season is a great chance to do all of the above. The Jays will be playing the Tampa Bay Rays in their season home opener. Let’s hope the Rays bring up some of that Florida sunshine with them in time for the big home opener.

Woofstock

http://www.woofstock.ca/

Woodbine Park, The Beaches
June 2015 (Date TBA)
Woofstock has outgrown its digs at the St. Lawrence Market and will be held at Woodbine Park again this year. The festival is the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America. With over 300,000 attendees in 2013 alone, this event has grown enormously over the years. The outdoor festival has things for both canines and the people who love them—events, vendors offering the newest in dog food and accessories as well as contests. Don’t have a dog? Come for the puppy-watching and sunny weather instead.

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