Radar: We're Having Friends For Dinner, ProFusion Pro Imaging Expo, Delectable Dundas West, Lost and Found
Toronto events on Tuesday, June 18, 2013
FOOD | Hannibal: We're Having Friends for Dinner
Janice Poon is a professional food stylist, working to create gorgeous tables on television shows like Hannibal. Setting the table for Dr. Lecter may be her day job but tonight, Poon will style a pop-up feast at The Cookbook Store in Yorkville for foodies who like to feast their eyes on extravagant spreads. Chef Matt Kantor will be serving up several courses with Poon at the helm of the design. Tickets to Hannibal: We're Having Friends for Dinner are $150 including drinks.
The Cookbook Store (850 Yonge Street) 7:30PM $150
PHOTOGRAPHY | ProFusion Pro Imaging Expo
Photographers, camerapersons, filmmakers and anyone who views life through a lens will appreciate the latest expo to open at the Toronto Congress Centre. ProFusion Pro Imaging Expo is a trade show featuring the best selection in cameras and camcorders in the country, specializing in tools for industry professionals. Speak to innovators, take seminars on improving your photo and video skills and geek out over the latest technology from the largest and the upcoming brands. Stop by the demo theatre for a show or check out the pro studio where photographers Iden Ford and Miguel Jacob will be live shooting. Get snapping!
Toronto Congress Centre (650 Dixon Road) 9AM $10
FOOD | Delectable Dundas West
Dishcrawl is hopping over to Dundas West for their latest foodie food crawl through neighbourhood restaurants, cafĂŠs and bars. Delectable Dundas West will visit the top places to feast in the west, keeping the locations secret for ticketholders' knowledge only. Travel with a hungry roving pack of foodies and drink special pairings to go along with the food you'll be trying. Interested? Like the mysterious nature of Dishcrawl? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets.
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QUEER | Lost and Found: Uncovering the Spirit of Pride
Pride is fast approaching and Gladstone Hotel will transform over the next two days in celebration of the city's biggest party for the LGBTQ community. A burlesque perfomrance taking place over two evenings, the 3rd Unapologetic Burlesque showcase explores the things found within that are often lost and found again. This fully accessible event is for every member of every community who is open-minded and willing to share in the communal Pride. The event is pay-what-you-can and no one will be turned away.
Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen Street West) 7PM $5-$25 (PWYC)
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