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WinterStations 2018: RIOT
Today – All Day
(+36 more until April 1)
Art, Outdoor

WinterStations is now embarking on its fourth year, again opening up an international design competition to bring temporary public art installations to The Beaches, an exhibition to celebrate Toronto's winter waterfront landscape.

This year we are hoping to include up to six lifeguard stands, including an additional three by invited universities, across Balmy, Kew and Ashbridges Bay beaches located in the heart of the Beach community, south of Queen Street East, between Woodbine and Victoria Park Avenues.

These utilitarian structures are to be used as the armature for temporary installations, which will need to be able to withstand the rigours of Toronto winter weather. The exhibition is to run February 19 until April 1, 2018.

This is a single-stage open international competition, welcoming artists, designers, architects and landscape architects to submit concept proposals for WinterStations' temporary artwork installations.

The Beaches
Eating with Intention
Next Tuesday  6:30 – 8 PM
Fitness, Food

Most of us eat pretty mindlessly, grabbing something quick that we eat with very little attention paid to what's going in our mouths and how it makes us feel. Or worse we eat in front of a screen; multitasking and distracting ourselves from the food in front of us.

Consuming food when we're not connected to our body can lead to all kinds of bad habits.

When was the last time you really savoured something you ate? Tasted the flavours, textures and fully experienced the bites that went into your mouth?

Eating with Intention will explore our relationship between our brain and our gut, seasonal eating, our relationship with food and how the practices of mindfulness and intuitive eating can help keep you healthy. This will be an open conversation so bring your questions

This workshop will include food from The Fix and Co, a panel discussion and two guided meditations.

Panel will include Emily Thring founder of The Quiet Company, Tamara Spinatsch and Adrianna Stadnyk from the Fix and Co, Lululemon ambassador Tara Good and Tara Miller, Intuitive Eating councilor and owner of Health Hut.

Lululemon Queen West
318 Queen Street W
Next Wednesday at noon
(+217 more until April 27)

The biggest and oldest hip hop party in the city! Playing 90's till now in hip hop, rap, trap, rnb and dancehall

Sneaky Dee's
431 College Street
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