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Friday, October 4, 2013

Sweet Deals for Students and Art in the City

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Cutting Limes & Morning Espresso - 2013 - $120
The North Toronto Group of Artists  
To see Cutting Limes and Morning Espresso and other work by artists in the NTGA, visit
Patisserie Sebastien 
3306 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4N 2L6
(416) 544-0333
Find it on the N/W corner of Yonge and Fairlawn.
It's a few blocks of Lawrence – a healthy walk from Lawrence subway.

The NTGA also has work on exhibition at Fairlwan Neighbourhood Centre. 
Please contact the centre for viewing hours:

The Fairlawn Neighbourhood Centre
28 Fairlawn Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M5M 1S7

Phone : (416) 488-3446
Fax :     (416) 481-4109
 

http://www.fairlawnneighbourhoodcentre.com/contactus.asp





Patisserie Sebastien 
3306 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4N 2L6
(416) 544-0333
Find it on the N/W corner of Yonge and Fairlawn.
It's a few blocks of Lawrence – a healthy walk from Lawrence subway.


Charles, the very charming owner, and his friendly staff make a wonderful espresso. This location is without internet access, so if you’d like to sit and chat without gamma rays shooting through your body, this is the place to be. It’s open until 6pm during the week. Patisserie Sebastien sells a wide variety of tasty desserts baked in house to enjoy with a selection of beverages.


Jump - 2012 - $200

More on the arts!

I am happy to finally be able to give students and frugal folks some cost effective tips. As I mentioned in a previous blog, it helps to be a little bit nosy. I was in the library this week and overheard someone asking the librarian about free tickets to galleries being made available to those with active library cards. Guess what? It’s true!

FREE TICKETS TO GALLERIES IN THE GTA
For a limited time, one can get tickets to the museums and galleries such as the AGO, the Gardiner Museum, the Inuit Museum and the ROM http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/museum-arts-passes/ at absolutely no charge. That’s right! It’s FREE. I hope you take advantage of this free admission for two adults and three people under eighteen years of age.



Now, here’s a great way to acquire a tumbler or a vase while satisfying your craving for something chocolatey. It’s not chocolate, it’s hazel nut spread.

A nice alternative to peanut butter. Nutella is something I can’t keep stocked in my kitchen. It lasts about a day or two. If you are so inclined to buy the smaller size, you can use the jar as a tumbler, or as seen in this photo, as a sweet little vase. Just call me Martha!

Keep well and enjoy the crisp, clean air of Fall!

Remember to visit my booth at Art Barn.


Nuit Blanche (http://www.scotiabanknuitblanche.ca/) is on Saturday. I hope that you take advantage of these two nights that fill the city of Toronto with art created by people all over the world. I’m pretty sure we borrowed this idea from France. I'm glad we decided to fill the streets with art. I will have to miss it in preparation for Art Barn mentioned above.

And save the date for the opening of 
Exploring Emotion and Selected Works from A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix
At de Mello Palheta Roastery and Specialty Coffee!

Friday October 25, 2013
7:30 – 9:30
Artist Talk 8:00pm
Free treats available.


Cheers,

Simone


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