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A (Delicious) Fundraiser for Sorauren Park
Licenced event 19+
Saturday, September 8, 2018
7 – 11:30 p.m.
Junction Craft Brewing, 150 Symes Road
- Take the shuttle bus from Sorauren Park
Departing the park: 6:30 pm and 7 pm
Leaving Junction Craft Brewing returning to the park: 11 pm and 11:30 pm
Buy your tickets online and reserve your seat on the shuttle bus. Limited spaces available.
Table: $1,200 for table of 8… contact us
Includes all food, wine, entertainment and shuttle bus. Proceeds to the non-profit Friends of Sorauren Park and Friends of Charles G. Williams Park
The Friends of Sorauren Park is a non-profit community organization of volunteers dedicated to the completion of the Wabash Community Centre and enjoyment of Sorauren Park through free programming such as outdoor movie nights, a public skating rink and more.
A Taste of Spain is our first fundraising dinner — an event that will feature a delicious menu curated by celebrated local chefs and inspired by the flavours of Spain. It will be a lively and elegant evening of food, wine and entertainment.
The Junction Craft Brewing, 150 Symes Rd. The 1930s art deco brewery provides a unique and memorable backdrop, where guests will have the opportunity to mix and mingle before enjoying a sit-down dinner. A central stage will host a variety of flamenco-style music and dancing.
The Friends of Sorauren Park is committed to continuing its tradition of community building in the Roncesvalles, Parkdale and Brockton neighbourhoods by offering events, programs and capital improvements to enhance the enjoyment of Sorauren Park. This event is a fundraiser to support programming, and the renovation of the Charles G. Williams Playground.
We need volunteers
The Friends of Sorauren Park is looking for volunteers to help us with this event, for set up, tear-down, as greeters and bus captains, and anyone with food service experience. Sign up as a volunteer.
Did you know?
Roncesvalles, Spain, is the site of a battle against Napoleon in the 19th
century, in which Colonel Walter O’Hara, a prominent member of the British army, fought before immigrating to Toronto. Today, Roncesvalles Avenue marks land he once owned, and several streets in the surrounding neighbourhood are named after his family (Marion Street – his wife; Constance Street – his daughter, etc.) Sorauren was another battle site in Spain during the 1813 Battle of the Pyrenees.
PRESENTED BY: Junction Craft Brewing
Supporting Sponsors: Aya Kitchens and Baths Curated Properties
Music Sponsor: Scooter Girl Toys
Supplier Sponsors: Barque Willem & Jools Mabels
Shuttle Bus Sponsor: Pollocks Home Hardware
Friend of the Park: My Olive
PRODUCED BY: Friends of Sorauren Park
Buy your tickets and reserve your seat on the shuttle bus