Thursday, March 24, 2022
▪️Sīgwan [Spring] Festival, the free seasonal festival by Indigenous Experience, runs this weekend at Mādahòki Farm. Learn about Indigenous traditions, take part in creative workshops, sample food, and shop at the Indigenous Makers and Farmers Markets. The festival is free to attend, but you must reserve a time slot in advance. Although Saturday is booked solid, time slots are available on Friday and Sunday. 4420 West Hunt Club Road.
▪️Get your thrift on. Head to Vintage Pop-Up 613 at Place D’Orléans this weekend to find treasures from local makers and artists, as well as vintage one-of-a-kinds. Saturday 9:30am to 7:00pm and Sunday 11:00am to 5:00pm. 110 Place D’Orleans Drive, Orléans
▪️Impress your friends and fight for prizes at the Orléans Brewing Music Trivia night on Saturday (March 26th). Take your team of four and enjoy great beer and food while you battle it out with other music experts. The fun commences at 8:00pm. 4380 Innes Road (corner of Tenth Line).
▪️Nan’s Parlour is serving Homemade Coconut Cream Pie this weekend. The Clarence Street cocktail bar is preparing to launch a new food menu to enjoy alongside their expansive list of cocktails, meanwhile, COCONUT. CREAM. PIE. Head to 73 Clarence Street Saturday and Sunday from 4:00pm to late.
▪️Heads up: Union 613 is closed at the moment while a number of staff experience Covid. 315 Somerset Street W.
▪️Parkdale Food Centre (PFC) requires a Volunteer Board of Directors Treasurer. Contact [email protected] for more information.
▪️Dominion City Brewing is hiring a full time Tap Room Server.
Deal of the day
Toronto’s Mini Mioche is offering a sweet bundle to new parents (and their gift-giving friends and family): Buy three or more of a single style of infant essentials and save 15%. Onesies, bibs, bundlers, beanies, and sleepers are all included.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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