It's that time of year again, and the folks at ERA Architects, Spacing Magazine, Toronto Society of Architects, and [murmur] are throwing the 7th annual Toronto the Good Party!
The Toronto the Good parties bring together a broad cross-section of Torontonians who are interested in the City and in city building. This year we're invading Hart House in partnership with the University of Toronto's Cities Centre.
The party's programme includes the now traditional stickering of the Big Map of Toronto, tours of Hart House and its iconic Soldiers Tower, posters from the Tower Neighbourhood Renewal Symposium being held at Hart House prior to the party, catering by Marco Tucci, music by Tom Kuo & Alan Webb, and other charming activities.
Special thanks to this year's current partners and sponsors including the National Film Board of Canada, the United Way, the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA), the Carpenters' Union, BILD, Tridel, Halsall and McGowan Insurance.
Come out May 12th to have a drink with people who care about the City!
PLEASE RSVP to torontothegood[at]era.on.ca
For more information please contact:
Tower Neighbourhood Renewal Symposium
Kathryn Grond k.grond[at]utoronto.ca
Toronto the Good Party
About the Tower Neighbourhood Renewal Symposium:
Toronto the Good will be preceded by the second Tower Neighbourhood Renewal Symposium, presented by ERA Architects, U of T Cities Centre, and the City of Toronto. The Symposium will include international and local speakers, a panel discussion, and a poster expo in the Hart House Great Hall. The party will immediately follow the conference.
Added by Toronto the Good on May 4, 2011