Every Monday, #OnTheFourthFloor is rounding up events to check out and everything else you need to stay in-the-loop with what’s going on in the city.
Wednesday, February 22: Toronto Professionals & Entrepreneurs Social Mixer
This Wednesday, head to The Thompson Hotel to network with young professionals, entrepreneurs and art lovers alike. Designed to encourage connections with like-minded individuals, expand your business and social network at an event where real relationships are developed organically with real people.
Thursday, February 23: FRANK Spanish-Portuguese Wine Tasting @ The AGO
Dreaming of a European getaway? Located at the AGO, FRANK’s global bistro is featuring traditional Spanish flavours and quality fresh ingredients. Enjoy a limited edition specialty menu paired with traditional wines from Spain and Portugal. Located in the Red Room, dinner begins at 6:30 pm. Tickets are limited and can be purchased here.
Friday, February 24: The Artist Project
This year The Artist Project is celebrating its 10th year with the most exciting installation to date. From collectors to curators to gallerists and designers, visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad. This is a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists at Toronto’s favourite art fair.
Saturday, February 25: Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, comprised of Canadian heavyweight musicians Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson will perform at Massey Hall with special guests Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne) and Sam Palladio (Gunnar Scott) from the hit show Nashville. Over the past 20 years, the band has recorded eight albums, earned several JUNO nominations and one JUNO Award. Their latest album, “Kings and Kings,” features different male musicians including Dallas Green (City and Colour), Nick Lowe, Bruce Cockburn, Vince Gill, Keb Mo and more. Doors open at 8pm and tickets range from $35 to $65 dollars.
Saturday, February 25: Icefest 2017
On February 25th and 26th, Toronto’s premier cultural district Bloor-Yorkville will transform into a showcase of incredible ice sculptures and live ice-carving demonstrations. This year’s theme is Canada’s 150th Anniversary, and the Village of Yorkville Park (Bellair St. and Cumberland St.) will welcome the community to come out and celebrate the winter season in Toronto.