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Taste of Iceland in Toronto

Taste of Iceland returns to Toronto for the sixth time November 10-13 to celebrate various aspects of Icelandic culture. RSVP here for event updates, and see below or visit http://bit.ly/toitor16 for more information.

Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram by using #TasteofIceland. Plus, our new Snapchat geofilter will be available during Reykjavik Calling at The Horseshoe Tavern and at Jump to celebrate our Icelandic menu.

Well make some exciting announcements over the next few weeks, so be sure to keep checking this page for updated information!

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FOOD: ICELANDIC MENU AT Jump Nov. 10-13

Sigurur Helgason of Icelands very own Grilli will fly to Toronto to collaborate with local chef Miheer Shete at Jump. Sigurur is one of Icelands premier chefs; he has competed in multiple international competitions and is the 2016 coach for Icelands Culinary team. Miheer Shete is Jumps new chef de cuisine who will help Sigurur create a tasty Icelandic-Canadian menu!

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MUSIC: REYKJAVIK CALLING AT Horseshoe Tavern Nov. 12

This year, Reykjavik Calling will be held at The Horseshoe Tavern in partnership with local Toronto radio station CIUT. Come enjoy the free Icelandic-Canadian collaborative concert featuring Icelandic artist Axel Flvent alongside fellow Icelandic band, Ceasetone. Admission to the free concert will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis at The Horseshoe Tavern. Stay tuned for the announcement of the Canadian performers!

RSVP: http://bit.ly/RCToronto16

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LITERATURE: THE WRITE STUFF: WHY ICELAND INSPIRES US TO PUT PEN TO PAPER Venue TBA Nov. 11

This literary event celebrates Icelands robust storytelling culture with a discussion led by Eliza Reid, a Reykjavik-based writer and editor who is one of the founders of the Iceland Writers Retreat and now Icelands First Lady!. Iceland is one of the most popular destinations for creative minds, and Reid will focus her talk on what makes Iceland so inspirational for lovers of the written word. Attendees can learn about, discuss and purchase novels from highly-acclaimed Icelandic authors

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SUNDAY EVENING TICKETED EVENT AT Jump Nov. 13

Close out the weekend with a special ticketed event at Jump! The interactive event will showcase the best Icelandic cuisine and guests will be treated with a special music performance by Axel Flvent. Check back here for more information and tickets.

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FILM EVENT

Details TBA - stay tuned!


Taste of Iceland in Toronto

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