Mayor's Evening for the Arts


  • lundi, 20 novembre 2017 de 6:00 Après-midi à 11:00 Après-midi (HNA)
  • Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building 222 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON M5V 1J5

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Please join Mayor John Tory and Barbara Hackett for an exciting evening in support of a vibrant arts community and a vibrant city.

Over 1,000 people attended last year's event, and tickets for this year's event are selling fast.

Proceeds from this arts-filled event support the Toronto Arts Foundation's Arts in the Parks program, a free annual outdoor program that brings arts programming to parks in neighbourhoods across Toronto, with under-served areas being a priority. 

Income tax receipts will be issued for the donation portion of the Dinner following the event. Only the ticket purchaser will be issued a receipt.

For Table and Sponsorship Packages please contact Karen I. Miller, at 416-224-9990 or  



Cocktails 6:00 PM

Dinner 7:00 PM

Live and Silent Auction

Entertainment and Dancing

Cocktail Attire

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Jours pour acheter


Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building
222 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON M5V 1J5

20 novembre 2017
lundi, 20 novembre 2017 6:00 Après-midi (HNA)


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À propos de cet organisme

Toronto Arts Foundation sparks, spotlights, and supports our city's arts and cultural sector. We are a charitable organization that sparks creative connections, spotlights artistic excellence, and supports vibrant cultural growth throughout our diverse city, through private sector investment. Our vision is to connect every Toronto neighbourhood with the transformative social and economic benefits of the arts. Arts in the Parks, a Toronto Arts Foundation initiative, encourages community building, enjoyment of local parks, and offers FREE arts events for residents and tourists of all ages. Events include performances, dance, music, theatre, film, community-engaged work, and temporary installations by arts groups. This past summer over 250 arts events were presented in 35 parks located throughout Toronto, from Etobicoke to Scarborough and North York to the downtown core.