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Virtuous Hour at Virtuous Pie!
Today  2:30 – 5:30 PM
(+103 more until December)
Food

On January 23rd we’ll be launching Virtuous Hour…it’s like happy hour but better! During Virtuous Hour you’ll be able to take advantage of great deals and specials including Kombucha on Tap for 3 dollars, garlic knots for 4 dollars, 1 an ounce wine…and the list goes on! See your yourself…we’ve outlined the specials that we’ll be offering and the hours below!

WHEN

·      Monday | All Day

·      Tuesday – Friday | 2.30pm – 5.30pm

·      Friday + Saturday | 10pm till close

·      Dine in only

DRINKS

·      Kombucha on Tap | $3

·      Cans of Beer | $2 off

·      Pints of Beer and Cider | $2 off

·      Wine by the Glass | 6oz $6

·      Wine by the Bottle (3/4L) | $22

PIZZA

·      $2 off ALL pizzas!

SMALL PLATES |  $2 off

·      Garlic Knots | $4

·      Broccolini | $7

·      Mac + Cheese | $9

ICE CREAM

·      Ice Cream Flight

Virtuous Pie Toronto
611 College St
Brunch at Virtuous Pie!
Today  10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
(+103 more until December)
Food, Social

Come brunch with us! On January 26th we’ll be offering brunch every Saturday and Sunday 10:30am – 2:30pm. Our new menu will offer a range of mouth-watering and nutritious options, so you’ll be able to enjoy things like our Sausage + Egg Breakfast Pizza with beyond hot Italian sausage, potato cream, tofu scramble, oven dried tomatoes, and kale, or THE CURE Breakfast Bowl, with a mix of roasted vegetables, tater tots and chorizo, topped with avocado, tofu scramble + cashew hollandaise sauce!

Virtuous Pie Toronto
611 College St
The Dragon's Song Escape Series
Today  5 – 11 PM
(+72 more until November)
Gaming, Social

Be the hero. Discover the magic. Save the dragons.

You have been asked to embark upon a dangerous quest: to save dragons from extinction. To do so you’ll need to sneak into a mysterious tower where the last dragon egg is rumoured to rest. Will you find the egg and learn the secret of the dragon’s song?

The Casa Loma Escape Series invites you into a fantastic world, full of strange science and mystical wonders. It’s the perfect adventure for the whole family. Ages 8+*

*Please note that The Dragon’s Song is available to be played at both the Easy and Difficult experience levels with Easy games running at 1:00 and 3:00 PM.

Casa Loma Toronto
1 Austin Terrace
Picasso: Painting the Blue Period
Today  10:30 AM – 9 PM
(+Tomorrow  10:30 AM – 9 PM)
Art

This summer the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will present a major exhibition on Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period (1901-1904).

Co-organized by the AGO and The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., Picasso: Painting the Blue Period runs from June 27 to Sept. 20, 2020.

Picasso’s Blue Period is one of the most celebrated episodes of the artist’s career and of 20th-century modernism. Absorbing the artistic lessons of the French avant-garde during his second visit to Paris in 1901 before confronting the social and political climate of an economically struggling Barcelona in 1902-1904, Picasso, during this formative stage of his artistic development, created paintings, sculptures and works on paper that captured and probed modern life and its many discontents.

Curated by Dr. Susan Behrends Frank of The Phillips Collection and Kenneth Brummel, the AGO’s Associate Curator of Modern Art, Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will include approximately 65 works of art by Picasso as well as a discrete selection of works by other artists that the young Spaniard would have known and studied.

Featuring major international loans from private collections and public institutions in North America, Europe, Japan and Israel, this is the first exhibition on Picasso’s Blue Period to be mounted in Canada.

The last major Picasso show to be organized or co-organized by a Canadian institution was in 1964 when Jean Sutherland Boggs mounted her landmark exhibition Picasso and Man at what was then the Art Gallery of Toronto (subsequently the AGO).

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will mark the culmination of a multi-year international research project on the AGO’s two Blue Period paintings. Led by Brummel and the AGO’s former Senior Paintings Conservator Sandra Webster-Cook, research conducted at the AGO was profiled in 2017 in The New York Times, The Art Newspaper and The Guardian.

A richly illustrated catalogue published in association with Prestel/Delmonico and edited by Dr. Susan Behrends Frank and Kenneth Brummel will accompany the exhibition, featuring contributions by the exhibition’s curators, leading international Picasso scholars and the painting conservators of The Phillips Collection and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

More information about Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will be announced at a later date.

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period is co-organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario and The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St W
Virtuous Hour at Virtuous Pie!
Today  2:30 – 5:30 PM
(+103 more until December)
Food

On January 23rd we’ll be launching Virtuous Hour…it’s like happy hour but better! During Virtuous Hour you’ll be able to take advantage of great deals and specials including Kombucha on Tap for 3 dollars, garlic knots for 4 dollars, 1 an ounce wine…and the list goes on! See your yourself…we’ve outlined the specials that we’ll be offering and the hours below!

WHEN

·      Monday | All Day

·      Tuesday – Friday | 2.30pm – 5.30pm

·      Friday + Saturday | 10pm till close

·      Dine in only

DRINKS

·      Kombucha on Tap | $3

·      Cans of Beer | $2 off

·      Pints of Beer and Cider | $2 off

·      Wine by the Glass | 6oz $6

·      Wine by the Bottle (3/4L) | $22

PIZZA

·      $2 off ALL pizzas!

SMALL PLATES |  $2 off

·      Garlic Knots | $4

·      Broccolini | $7

·      Mac + Cheese | $9

ICE CREAM

·      Ice Cream Flight

Virtuous Pie Toronto
611 College St
Brunch at Virtuous Pie!
Today  10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
(+103 more until December)
Food, Social

Come brunch with us! On January 26th we’ll be offering brunch every Saturday and Sunday 10:30am – 2:30pm. Our new menu will offer a range of mouth-watering and nutritious options, so you’ll be able to enjoy things like our Sausage + Egg Breakfast Pizza with beyond hot Italian sausage, potato cream, tofu scramble, oven dried tomatoes, and kale, or THE CURE Breakfast Bowl, with a mix of roasted vegetables, tater tots and chorizo, topped with avocado, tofu scramble + cashew hollandaise sauce!

Virtuous Pie Toronto
611 College St
The Dragon's Song Escape Series
Today  5 – 11 PM
(+72 more until November)
Gaming, Social

Be the hero. Discover the magic. Save the dragons.

You have been asked to embark upon a dangerous quest: to save dragons from extinction. To do so you’ll need to sneak into a mysterious tower where the last dragon egg is rumoured to rest. Will you find the egg and learn the secret of the dragon’s song?

The Casa Loma Escape Series invites you into a fantastic world, full of strange science and mystical wonders. It’s the perfect adventure for the whole family. Ages 8+*

*Please note that The Dragon’s Song is available to be played at both the Easy and Difficult experience levels with Easy games running at 1:00 and 3:00 PM.

Casa Loma Toronto
1 Austin Terrace
Picasso: Painting the Blue Period
Today  10:30 AM – 9 PM
(+Tomorrow  10:30 AM – 9 PM)
Art

This summer the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will present a major exhibition on Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period (1901-1904).

Co-organized by the AGO and The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., Picasso: Painting the Blue Period runs from June 27 to Sept. 20, 2020.

Picasso’s Blue Period is one of the most celebrated episodes of the artist’s career and of 20th-century modernism. Absorbing the artistic lessons of the French avant-garde during his second visit to Paris in 1901 before confronting the social and political climate of an economically struggling Barcelona in 1902-1904, Picasso, during this formative stage of his artistic development, created paintings, sculptures and works on paper that captured and probed modern life and its many discontents.

Curated by Dr. Susan Behrends Frank of The Phillips Collection and Kenneth Brummel, the AGO’s Associate Curator of Modern Art, Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will include approximately 65 works of art by Picasso as well as a discrete selection of works by other artists that the young Spaniard would have known and studied.

Featuring major international loans from private collections and public institutions in North America, Europe, Japan and Israel, this is the first exhibition on Picasso’s Blue Period to be mounted in Canada.

The last major Picasso show to be organized or co-organized by a Canadian institution was in 1964 when Jean Sutherland Boggs mounted her landmark exhibition Picasso and Man at what was then the Art Gallery of Toronto (subsequently the AGO).

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will mark the culmination of a multi-year international research project on the AGO’s two Blue Period paintings. Led by Brummel and the AGO’s former Senior Paintings Conservator Sandra Webster-Cook, research conducted at the AGO was profiled in 2017 in The New York Times, The Art Newspaper and The Guardian.

A richly illustrated catalogue published in association with Prestel/Delmonico and edited by Dr. Susan Behrends Frank and Kenneth Brummel will accompany the exhibition, featuring contributions by the exhibition’s curators, leading international Picasso scholars and the painting conservators of The Phillips Collection and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

More information about Picasso: Painting the Blue Period will be announced at a later date.

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period is co-organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario and The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C.

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St W
Friday Night Ballroom/Latin Drop in Group/Party
Tonight  7:30 – 10 PM
(+4 more until October)
Music, Social

Join us every Friday or Saturday night for a drop In group class featuring the best in Ballroom/Latin dancing. Designed for Newcomers or intermediate, no partner is required. Just a smile and willingness to have a fun time. Starts at 7:30 and it's only $10/person. Cheaper than a movie and a lot more benefits!

National Ballroom Academy
39 Glen Cameron Rd #1
Reflections End of Lease Sale
Today  11 AM – 5 PM
(+103 more until December)
Fashion

Join us starting on Saturday, March 7th for our end of lease sale. There will be so many great deals happening!

Reflections Vintage & Antiques
839 Gerrard Street East

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