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Spacing Presents Toronto the Good

Never content to go too long between events, the good people at Spacing (along with ERA Architects, [murmur], and the Toronto Society of Architects) are throwing a party tonight in the fermenting cellar of the Distillery District called Toronto the Good.

The Toronto Society of Architects will be announcing the winner of the competition to design the logo for Design Matters campaign, which hopes "to to determine the potential to leverage the expertise of designers to create greater economic and social advantage" in Toronto and Ontario.

If you're less interested in the competition and more interested in schmoozing, there'll be plenty of that, too, as Wireless Toronto celebrates its 2nd year anniversary. Look for wireless games to take over the party in no time . . .

Last year the open bar may have caused too much carnage, because this year there's a cash bar. On the plus side, the price of admission dropped from $20 to $10 as a result, so there are ten less reasons not to go.

Details:

Toronto the Good - $10
7pm - Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District
DJ Chris Thinn

Image from Spacing.


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