Here’s a trio of the hottest things you can do on your first April Monday.*
Where: The Garrison
The city’s best, and most unpredictable, lecture series is back this month to discuss straight white men, the mother-daughter experience, and the new amorous world. If you haven’t been before, you should know that the common theme that brings it all together is that not one of the speakers is an expert in the field they’re discussing. Though we’re pretty sure they’ve at least read a book (or several blogs). Don’t be late – no one’s allowed in after 8pm. Seriously.
Canadian Cheese Awards
Where: St. Lawrence Market, North Building
76 producers from Newfoundland to British Columbia submitted 291 cheeses for judging and yet just 32 awards will be handed out, including the much-coveted Cheese of the Year – or, as we like to call it, The Big Cheese. Only held once every two years, this is your chance to taste the best cheese this country has to offer. Let’s just hope it turns out better than this.
California Wine Fair
Where: Fairmont Royal York 100 Front Street
Claiming to be the largest tasting of California wine in Canada (they’ve obviously never been to our office on a Friday afternoon), the 35th annual California Wine Fair Tour hits Toronto tonight to offer more than 400 samples of premium wines from 150 of California’s top producers. Sounds like a pretty great way to start your week to us. Just remember to spit every once in a while if you plan on making it to Tuesday morning.
*Of course, no one would blame you for staying in to contemplate the latest sign of the apocalypse.
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