Brought to you by the Cabbagetown BIA
Thanks for your interest in Cabbagetown. The people here are known for their pride in our beloved area. Even if you do not live or work here, we invite you to join us often as an honorary Cabbagetowner.
Deep in the backroom of the Cabbagetown BIA office we found a small avalanche of old photos. These fun snaps are a look into the past we cannot wait to share with you. Over the summer we plan to post some of our favourites on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so be sure to follow us on these social media platforms and tag people if you know them!
Fly Your Cabbagetown Flag
We have just restocked Spruce on Parliament with official Cabbagetown flags. Stop in to get your’s today! Suggested retail price is $60 but thanks to the BIA these Cabbagetown icons are only $30 plus tax.
Looking for a way to hang your flag? Need a wall mount flag pole and bracket? Click here for options.
Get Your Festival Poster Now
Show your Cabbagetown pride. We have a few extra posters for this year’s September 12th and 13th Cabbagetown Festival. If you would like a copy for your home, or are a business in the area and did not receive a copy, please contact us at the office. Only a limited number remain and this collector’s edition will be distributed on a first come first served basis.
Sunday In The Park
For the 24th year, our neighbours in the Regent Park community will be holding their Sunday In The Park Festival from 12 noon – 8pm, Aug. 9th at Sackville and Dundas East. The day will include a BBQ, kids activities, entertainment, a market and so much more. Make sure to mark this in your calendar and if you are able to volunteer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patio Season In Full Swing
Patio season is going strong in Cabbagetown. Be sure to visit one of our dozens of patios to enjoy your next meal out in the open air, (before the snow returns.)
F’Amelia is known for their service, impressive wine list and of course their popular Wine Wednesday. Click here to learn more about this establishment and to book a reservation.
Department Of Imaginary Affairs
The Department of Imaginary Affairs, (DIA) has launched its first independent public project which will be exhibited during Scotiabank Nuit Blanche on October 3, 2015. The project is titled The East Side Story and is designed to “capture the narrative of citizens who live, work, and play in the East side of Toronto about why they live in the East side…” To learn more and to be part of this project by sharing your story, click here.