55 Mill St, Building #32
Toronto, Ontario M5A 3

We would like to invite you to a party we're having called Toronto the Good. It's a fundraising event for Spacing magazine (quarterly magazine about Toronto's urban landscape and pubilc spaces) and murmur (the local cell phone story-telling project).  The fine people at ERA Architects, who recently restored the Distillery District, are providing the space -- Spacing and [murmur] are providing the party's programming.

The night will feature a number of unique presentations, including a short talk from Pier Giorgio DiCicco about beauty in the city, Toronto's poet laureate. You can play the "Name That Toronto Intersection" game, help create a giant map that will show where Toronto lives and works, or gaze up at over 1,000 images of Toronto (captured by the city's award-winning photobloggers) projected on to the expansive walls of the Fermenting Cellar. The music will be provided by DJs Will Munro and Christopher Thinn. Toronto the Good is also part of Toronto's inaugural Festival of Architecture and Design.

By coming out to this event you can make a world of difference for both Spacing and [murmur]. We hope to see you there.

For a map and more info visit: www.torontothegood.org

Toronto the Good
Tuesday, May 17th, 2005

Where: Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District (just south of King St. E. and Parliament)
When: 6pm 'til late
Cost: $10-20 sliding scale


PS: We'll have subway buttons for sale there, too.

Added by mattblackett on May 9, 2005