Renowned Toronto caterers, Daniel et Daniel, brought a little magic to their holiday party with a theme inspired by everybody’s favourite wizard. Glowing candelabras festooned the banquet tables, while warm Gryffindor hues lit up the walls creating an ambience to rival Hogwarts in Daniels Spectrum’s Ada Slaight Hall.
Photos courtesy of Daniel et Daniel
It made perfect sense for this theatrical couple to get married in professional performance space Ada Slaight Hall. For this gorgeous wedding, planned and designed by Social Butterfly Event Design and decorated with hints of soft lime and teal, the retractable bleachers gave guests a fantastic view of the ceremony to the hundreds of guests.
On May 21, 2014, our friends at the Urban Land Institute (ULI) hosted their Developing Mixed Income & Multi-Use Communities event to discuss the urban makeovers of Regent Park, Alexandra Park, and Lawrence Heights. The evening started out with a reception and networking event in the Artscape Lounge and then moved into Ada Slaight Hall for a panel discussion and Q&A with local developers and Toronto Community Housing. Afterward, ULI members were treated to an exclusive tour of Daniels Spectrum, the Regent Park Aquatic Centre and the new 6-acre park on Dundas Street.
From Alexandra Rybak, District Council Coordinator, ULI Toronto:
It was wonderful to work with you on the ULI program at Daniels Spectrum. Thank you of your help in making this event a huge success.
Photos by Melanie Schwam
On January 23, Target Canada announced $250,000 in funding for Pathways to Education’s Healthy Minds program at an event at Daniels Spectrum, Pathways to Educations headquarters. Michael ‘Pinball’ Clemons was the event’s special guest, inspiring the crowd with his opening remarks and acting as the evening’s master of ceremonies.
Guests got to know more about the impact of Pathways programs from youths whose lives had been impacted by them. The event took advantage of the built-in bar in Artscape Lounge and augmented the space with bright pop-up counters to accommodate a plethora of tasty treat.
Photos courtesy of Target Canada.