Neighbourhood Events May 19, 2017 Events
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Times : 11 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Power Lunch at Marben Restaurant featuring lunch and drink specials
Times : Fri. May 19: 3pm-11pm, Sat. May 20: 10am-11:30pm, Sun. May 21: 10am-11pm, Mon. May 22: 10am-8pm.
The Culinary Ontario festival at Ontario Place, a celebration of the province’s 150th anniversary
Times : Noon to Evening
For the second consecutive year as lead sponsor, Reebok will be supporting Ragnar’s mission to inspire and bring together runners of all abilities and lifestyles to champion 200(ish) kilometers, day and night, relay-style.
Times : 8:00-10:00 PM
Come experience the magic of music with the Ontario Pops Orchestra! Our talented musicians will perform music from the Harry Potter universe, as well as several other classical pieces. This is a great family event and will be a fun evening for music lovers of all ages. Tickets are $20 in advance and at the door. Kids under 12 receive free admission with an adult! Contact us regarding special group rates. Wine and snacks will be available before the show and during the intermission. We look forward to seeing you all on May 19, muggles and wizards alike!
Times : 6:30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Soccer Camp: 1 ON 1 Soccer Camp - Personalized Training
Times : 8pm evening performances, 2pm May 20 matinee
Seven Siblings Theatre presents The Play About The Baby, one of Edward Albee's most daring black comedies. It's funny, mysterious, intimate, and disturbing. This play concerns a young couple who have just had a baby, and the truly strange turn of events that transpire when they are visited by an older man and woman.
Times : 6:45PM - 8PM
Want to learn a fun, uniquely Canadian choreography? Here’s your chance. Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 2 @ Yonge-Dundas Square), Canada’s National Ballet School is offering FREE dance classes three days a week.