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Skate with the Mayor!

December 14, 2023

Toronto’s favourite under-Gardiner skate trail opens December 16, with Mayor Olivia Chow first on the ice. The Bentway’s 220m figure-eight skate trail under the Gardiner Expressway opens for the season at noon on Saturday, December 16 with special guest Mayor Olivia Chow joining in on the festivities. Mayor Chow will join us and fellow Torontonians […]

Bookings open for Communal Table

July 11, 2023

Tickets are on sale now for all August and September dates for Communal Table, our al fresco dining series presented with The Depanneur, now with cocktail service from our friends at On The Rocks, Canadian Club, and Maker’s Mark. July events are now all sold out! Communal Table has been selling out far in advance […]

Communal Table 2023: Summer Solstice Feast

Join Dashmaawaan Bemaadzinjin (They Feed the People) on June 21 — the eve of the summer solstice and National Indigenous Peoples Day — to celebrate the changing of the seasons, the beauty of Niibin (Summer) and the gifts that it brings to us.

Communal Table 2023: O Canada

Newcomer Kitchen’s cohorts are made up of women from around the world who have come together to share their foods and cultures with Toronto. These ladies are excited to create a truly international meal just in time for Canada Day — a celebration of what makes this country home for so many.

Two library carts with reading materials are outside on a patio. There is an A-frame sign next to them with the text "Eco Library Pop-up".
Eco-Library Pop-up

Thursdays-Saturdays until Sep 18,

A pop-up library at The Bentway Studio (55 Fort York Blvd), facing Canoe Landing Park, offers reading materials and activities for the whole family – curated with the Toronto Public Library Fort York branch, Art Metropole, and other collaborators.

Communal Table 2023: Indonesian Rendang

Chef Elita of NaiNai shares a few distinctive and authentic Indonesian recipes. Home of the original “Spice Islands”, Indonesia has been a culinary destination for centuries, sharing spices like nutmeg and clove with the rest of the world while absorbing and reimagining Indian, Chinese, Arabic, Thai and Dutch influences.

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