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Holiday Wanderlust in Leslieville


This week is proving to be great for finding made in TO holiday gifts. The shops, galleries and restaurants of Leslieville Village are having a holiday party called Holiday Wanderlust. This Thursday, Nov 30 from 6pm - 10pm, experience this multi-sensory event. This party isn't just about encouraging spending locally, it' a fundraiser for the Chum City Christmas Wish. The festivities will include shops from Pape to Jones on Queen Street East.

Participating restaurants are featuring Wanderlust prix fixe menus. Most shops will have goodies for visitors like cocktails, light refreshments, nibbles and sweets. Check out the special discounts that will be available that night:
G.U.F.F - 25% off entire inventory
Hogar Home Decor - 20% off entire inventory
Wild Thyme - Save up to 20% on orders and purchases made by Dec 10
Z-Line - save 15% off custom design lighting
Cycle Therapy - 25% off all inventory

You can find great local and Canadian made gifts at Nathalie-Roze & Co. There is free gift-wrapping available and a 20% discount on all merchandise. Stop by enjoy some drinks and munchies. Visitors can check out the on-site studio for holiday crafting demos and participate in the charity raffle (value $500+).

The Damzels are back with the opening of their new retail storefront, Doll Factory by Damzels. Celebrate with complimentary chocolate from Cadbury and specialty cocktails thanks to Iceberg Vodka.

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