Easter Virtual Chocolate Tasting
Do you celebrate Easter by eating all the chocolates? 🍫 COVID-19 won’t stop us from doing just that on our Easter Virtual Chocolate Tasting! From the comfort of your home, Tasty Tours will bring you on a rare chocolate journey, from sampling raw cacao to Canadian craft chocolates to the famous Toronto Truffle aka Toffle™ (a Tasty Tours exclusive). Along the way, you’ll learn how chocolate is made, how to taste chocolate like a professional, and more! Easter has never been this epic.
- Advance reservation is needed
- POur tasting is best enjoyed for 2, so if you have a bigger group and don’t want to share, we recommend you add more kits to your order!
- Receive an email with the event Zoom link 1 day before Apr 4. On Apr 4 at 4pm, log onto Zoom to enjoy your 1 hour guided group tasting, led by Tasty Tour’s founder, a Fine Chocolate Industry Association Member and veteran chocolate guide
WHEN: Sunday, April 4 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Rebanks Family Fellowship Concert
This performance will now be a free online concert presentation.
Hear artists on the cusp of major careers. This concert features solo and chamber works performed by Rebanks Fellows currently enrolled in the one-year Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program at The Glenn Gould School.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 7 at 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Uncovering Union: Online Exhibit
The Toronto Railway Museum and Master of Museum Studies candidates from the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto present Uncovering Union, a new online exhibition.
Uncovering Union delves into nine different stories about Toronto’s iconic train station. Visitors to the exhibit will travel back to the station’s opening day in 1927, reminisce about Eaton’s Santa Claus parade, discover life as a Red Cap Porter, and more. Virtual visitors can find the exhibition at www.UncoveringUnionTRM.com.
In collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information, Uncovering Union will let Toronto Railway Museum visitors explore over ninety years of Toronto’s railway history from home. This exhibit has the flexibility to be accessed from anywhere by digital visitors.
The Toronto Railway Museum (TRM) is temporarily closed due to COVID-19, though remains active online through social media channels. The museum is operated by the Toronto Railway Historical Association, a registered charitable organization. TRM has been located in John Street Roundhouse since 2010, with exhibits open year round and seasonal miniature train ride and tours.
Tuesday, April 20 Virtual Event
Early Days: Indigenous Art at the McMichael
Featuring more than 1,500 works ranging from eighteenth-century ceremonial regalia, through to items made for trade with settlers, to works by the vanguard of artists coming of age in the ’60s, 70s and 80s — among them Robert Houle, Carl Beam, Norval Morrisseau, Alex Janvier, Greg Staats, Faye HeavyShield and Shelly Niro — and onward to leading contemporary artists like Kent Monkman, Meryl McMaster and Rebecca Belmore. The McMichael also holds the West Baffin Eskimo Co-op’s landmark collection of original drawings from Cape Dorset (Kinngait) dating back to the 1950s, to be displayed alongside our deep holdings in Inuit drawings, prints, textiles, and sculpture.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 31 – June 6th 2021 at 10:00am to 5:00pm
WHERE: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
10365 Islington Ave, Kleinburg, ON L0J 1C0