Cabbagetown Comedy Night
Oct
24
7:00 PM19:00

Cabbagetown Comedy Night

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Join us for a laid back, intimate evening of comedy at a nifty new digital agency studio in Cabbagetown. We’re proud to feature a diverse line up of local comics, from total newbies to straight-up pros. Hosted by the creator of the A Gay Victorian Affair webseries, Robert Watson. *SPECIAL GUEST HOST THIS MONTH, JAIMY WARNER*

Doors at 7/Show at 7:30
Cash bar.

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Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub
Nov
13
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub

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Michael Darcy returns this Fall to Stout Irish Pub. An Irish Native, Darcy brings a unique charm perfectly paired with a cold brew.

About the artist:

Following exposure to a cassette tape of legendary Irish folk singer Christy Moore, Michael was inspired to focus his musical attention on the guitar. It was then through the passion of this new instrument, he discovered the magic of such bands like Planxty, The Waterboys, The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem and so on. From further afield, he started listening to the gritty American sounds of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, John Prine and Guy Clark to name a few.

By 19, Michael was playing solo gigs across the west of Ireland, establishing a strong musical reputation as a bright and ambitious new talent. At age 25, he embarked on a life-changing uproot across the Atlantic, with guitar in tow, arriving in his current hometown of Toronto, Canada. He quickly and naturally immersed himself into our vivacious city’s live music scene and has been performing gigs regularly here ever since.

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Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub
Dec
18
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub

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Michael Darcy returns this Fall to Stout Irish Pub. An Irish Native, Darcy brings a unique charm perfectly paired with a cold brew.

About the artist:

Following exposure to a cassette tape of legendary Irish folk singer Christy Moore, Michael was inspired to focus his musical attention on the guitar. It was then through the passion of this new instrument, he discovered the magic of such bands like Planxty, The Waterboys, The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem and so on. From further afield, he started listening to the gritty American sounds of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, John Prine and Guy Clark to name a few.

By 19, Michael was playing solo gigs across the west of Ireland, establishing a strong musical reputation as a bright and ambitious new talent. At age 25, he embarked on a life-changing uproot across the Atlantic, with guitar in tow, arriving in his current hometown of Toronto, Canada. He quickly and naturally immersed himself into our vivacious city’s live music scene and has been performing gigs regularly here ever since.

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Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub
Oct
16
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub

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Michael Darcy returns this Fall to Stout Irish Pub. An Irish Native, Darcy brings a unique charm perfectly paired with a cold brew.

About the artist:

Following exposure to a cassette tape of legendary Irish folk singer Christy Moore, Michael was inspired to focus his musical attention on the guitar. It was then through the passion of this new instrument, he discovered the magic of such bands like Planxty, The Waterboys, The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem and so on. From further afield, he started listening to the gritty American sounds of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, John Prine and Guy Clark to name a few.

By 19, Michael was playing solo gigs across the west of Ireland, establishing a strong musical reputation as a bright and ambitious new talent. At age 25, he embarked on a life-changing uproot across the Atlantic, with guitar in tow, arriving in his current hometown of Toronto, Canada. He quickly and naturally immersed himself into our vivacious city’s live music scene and has been performing gigs regularly here ever since.

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Cabbagetown Farmer's market
Oct
1
3:00 PM15:00

Cabbagetown Farmer's market

The original farmers’ market, formerly known as the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market – was Toronto’s first organic market. It was opened in 2001 by the late, passionate Cabbagetown resident & local food activist, Elizabeth Harris. Thanks to Elizabeth, the original vendors, the Riverdale Farm and the Cabbagetown community – Tuesday’s in the park were always buzzing with market activity and colourful farm fresh goods.

Leading up to its closure the market was caught in a cycle of diminishing patrons and vendors – all of which influenced the decision for closure. After the announcement in 2015, many people were sad to say goodbye. Fortunately, it didn’t stay closed for long. As local food and farm-loving residents we believe that together we can make this ecologically focused farmers’ market vibrant once again. We believe in creating market opportunities for Ontario farmers & food artisans and in ensuring the local neighbourhood has access to a greater variety of sustainably produced food items. Our goal is to learn what food producers and local residents would like to create for this neighbourhood market.

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Cabbagetown Farmer's market
Sep
24
3:00 PM15:00

Cabbagetown Farmer's market

The original farmers’ market, formerly known as the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market – was Toronto’s first organic market. It was opened in 2001 by the late, passionate Cabbagetown resident & local food activist, Elizabeth Harris. Thanks to Elizabeth, the original vendors, the Riverdale Farm and the Cabbagetown community – Tuesday’s in the park were always buzzing with market activity and colourful farm fresh goods.

Leading up to its closure the market was caught in a cycle of diminishing patrons and vendors – all of which influenced the decision for closure. After the announcement in 2015, many people were sad to say goodbye. Fortunately, it didn’t stay closed for long. As local food and farm-loving residents we believe that together we can make this ecologically focused farmers’ market vibrant once again. We believe in creating market opportunities for Ontario farmers & food artisans and in ensuring the local neighbourhood has access to a greater variety of sustainably produced food items. Our goal is to learn what food producers and local residents would like to create for this neighbourhood market.

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Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub
Sep
18
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Darcy at Stout Irish Pub

Screen-Shot-2017-03-31-at-4.12.27-PM-407x407.png

Michael Darcy returns this Fall to Stout Irish Pub. An Irish Native, Darcy brings a unique charm perfectly paired with a cold brew.

About the artist:

Following exposure to a cassette tape of legendary Irish folk singer Christy Moore, Michael was inspired to focus his musical attention on the guitar. It was then through the passion of this new instrument, he discovered the magic of such bands like Planxty, The Waterboys, The Pogues, The Dubliners, The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem and so on. From further afield, he started listening to the gritty American sounds of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, John Prine and Guy Clark to name a few.

By 19, Michael was playing solo gigs across the west of Ireland, establishing a strong musical reputation as a bright and ambitious new talent. At age 25, he embarked on a life-changing uproot across the Atlantic, with guitar in tow, arriving in his current hometown of Toronto, Canada. He quickly and naturally immersed himself into our vivacious city’s live music scene and has been performing gigs regularly here ever since.

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Cabbagetown Farmer's market
Sep
17
3:00 PM15:00

Cabbagetown Farmer's market

The original farmers’ market, formerly known as the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market – was Toronto’s first organic market. It was opened in 2001 by the late, passionate Cabbagetown resident & local food activist, Elizabeth Harris. Thanks to Elizabeth, the original vendors, the Riverdale Farm and the Cabbagetown community – Tuesday’s in the park were always buzzing with market activity and colourful farm fresh goods.

Leading up to its closure the market was caught in a cycle of diminishing patrons and vendors – all of which influenced the decision for closure. After the announcement in 2015, many people were sad to say goodbye. Fortunately, it didn’t stay closed for long. As local food and farm-loving residents we believe that together we can make this ecologically focused farmers’ market vibrant once again. We believe in creating market opportunities for Ontario farmers & food artisans and in ensuring the local neighbourhood has access to a greater variety of sustainably produced food items. Our goal is to learn what food producers and local residents would like to create for this neighbourhood market.

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Cabbagetown Farmer's market
Sep
10
3:00 PM15:00

Cabbagetown Farmer's market

The original farmers’ market, formerly known as the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market – was Toronto’s first organic market. It was opened in 2001 by the late, passionate Cabbagetown resident & local food activist, Elizabeth Harris. Thanks to Elizabeth, the original vendors, the Riverdale Farm and the Cabbagetown community – Tuesday’s in the park were always buzzing with market activity and colourful farm fresh goods.

Leading up to its closure the market was caught in a cycle of diminishing patrons and vendors – all of which influenced the decision for closure. After the announcement in 2015, many people were sad to say goodbye. Fortunately, it didn’t stay closed for long. As local food and farm-loving residents we believe that together we can make this ecologically focused farmers’ market vibrant once again. We believe in creating market opportunities for Ontario farmers & food artisans and in ensuring the local neighbourhood has access to a greater variety of sustainably produced food items. Our goal is to learn what food producers and local residents would like to create for this neighbourhood market.

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