A more well-rounded you?

Arts, films, frisbee and food! Read on for the details…

East End Arts Consultations

As you may know, our area’s new Local Arts Service Organization, East End Arts, was launched on June 25. Now they are holding community consultations to discuss priorities for programs and services, and the remaining dates are:

Wednesday August 14, 6:30-8:00 pm
Community Centre 55, 97 Main Street
Register at http://eastendartscc2.eventbrite.ca

Saturday August 17, 1-2:30 pm
Cosburn United Church, 1108 Greenwood Avenue
Register at http://eastendartscc3.eventbrite.ca

Please consider attending one of these opportunities to share you ideas for expanding arts opportunities in our neighbourhood. If you cannot attend in person, you can complete the online survey at: http://eastendarts.ca/survey

More information is available at http://eastendarts.ca

Inaugural Local Photo and Film Festival – Call for Submissions


Ultimate Frisbee @ Stephenson Park

REC Athletics will be continuing their co-ed recreational Ultimate Frisbee league into the fall, beginning September 4, 2013.  They will again be operating out of Stephenson Park September 4-25 2013, then moving the games to Cherry Beach October 9-30.  For further details, and registrations please visit www.recathletics.com.
**Early Bird Pricing in effect until August 25th**

Local Buzz about Local Pub

If you would prefer a more literal approach to becoming more well-rounded, check out Friday’s Toronto Star review of the Wren, and then go there immediately!

One last thing…

Happy 1st Anniversary to Sauce on Danforth www.sauceondanforth.com – as if they weren’t awesome enough, did you know they’ve opened a back patio??

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  1. On the topic of good food just west of Coxwell, I highly recommend the Indian restaurant that opened in d’jerba’s former location. Spice heaven serves wonderfully differentiated dishes that have unique spicing, textures and ingredients; it is everything bad Indian food is not. Their chicken chili rice is extraordinary. I have never had Indian food like this in Toronto. Or anywhere else, for that matter. They do not have a liquor license yet but are working on it. Check it out. One warning: the spicing is hot. Even the mild versions make my tongue tingle but spoon on some raita and you’re fine.

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