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Gallery holds contest and exhibit wAnalogue
The next Wabash Building Society meeting takes place tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. at the Sorauren Park Fieldhouse. The meetings discuss Sorauren Park and related issues. The agenda includes Sorauren Town Square construction, community gardens, Adopt A Tree, the Metrolinx noise wall, Wabash Community Centre planning, natural ice rink, and more. For more information visit http:// soraurenpark.wordpress.com
Analogue Gallery, 673 Queen St. W., is hosting its third annual Sound Image Music Photography contest and exhibition. The exhibit runs March 7 to 23 and will feature submitted images of musical performances, crowds, and concerts. There is an open call for submissions and the best will be chosen for the exhibition. To attend the opening night party, where a winning image will be chosen, join the facebook event page (www.facebook.com/ events/1433322780237406) or call 416 901 8001. For more information visit www. analoguegallery.com
Live reading of The Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy As part of the 2014 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, TOsketchfest will present a live reading of The Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy including the debut screening of the film’s original ending. All five members of The Kids in the Hall will grace the stage at The Queen Elizabeth Theatre at Exhibition Place March 11 for a live reading of their 1996 cult film. Tickets are $39 and available at www.torontosketchfest.com The 2014 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival runs from March 6 to 16.
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to make cheese with the West End Food Co-op wLearn
Expert canner James Partanen will teach you how to make paneer cheese at the West End Food Co-op (WEFC). Participants will learn the theory and practice of cheese making, gain experience working with milk- and cheesemaking equipment and leave with a b l o c k o f f re s h cheese. Partanen will lead a discus-
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sion about local food, food security and preserving. The workshop runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at WEFC, 1229 Queen W, The cost is $55. Visit westendfood.coop to register. Patrick’s Day ball to help Food Bank wSt.
Celebrate the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day while supporting a local food bank at the Lucky Ball at Revival Bar, 783 College St., from 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. March 13. There will be an open bar, hors d’oeuvres and music under the direction of Brendan Canning from Broken Social Scene. Tickets are $100 plus an administration fee. One-hundred per cent of the proceeds go to the Fort York Food Bank at 797 Dundas St. W. Visit http://www.luckyball.ca Arts Market hosts spring fashion event wIndie
March 15, the Toronto Indie Arts Market presents a Spring fashion extravaganza. From 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. W., the market will feature more than 50 local artisans who make jewelry, clothing and accessories. Admission is $5, with part of the proceeds going to The Corsage Project, a not-for-profit that puts
together prom outfits for underprivileged teens. Visit torontoindieartsmarket. com
Apply for Live Green grant April wuntil
The city’s environment and energy division is now accepting applications for the 2014 Live Green Toronto Community Grants. Individuals and businesses are not eligible to apply. The deadline is April 7. Visit www.livegreentoronto.ca Ontario Place public consultation continues The first step in the province’s effort to revitalize Ontario Place is the creation of an urban park and waterfront trail along the southern portion of the site. The conceptual design for the 7.5-acre space was presented in January. The next public consultation meeting takes place March 19 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. A more developed design will be presented and residents can share their feedback. Visit http://www.mtc.gov.on.ca/en/ ontarioplace/park_trails.shtml
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