The vast editorial staff at your Newsletter is out of the office again for a few days this week. This version, therefore, is an early bird edition. Unlike our usual thoughtful analysis of world events, this week’s work is limited to quick announcements of all the stuff that’s happening this weekend and next week.
Av is hosting another in his successful series of wine and food tastings. This one features six California versions of French varietal grapes together with matching hors d’oeuvres. Thursday, March 15, 6:30 pm. $25. For all the details, click on www.jamcafe.net/events Reservations at (416) 921255. 195 Carlton.
The Flying Beaver
Open Mic with Porter
Porter has moved her act to the Winchester Kitchen & Bar (51A Winchester). You’ll catch up with her on Sunday at 8 pm. On Friday, it’s BTH, a soul, afro band. Check the details at http://www.winchesterkitchen.com/calendar/month.php
St Patrick’s Day
The School of Toronto Dance Theatre. Works by five acclaimed choreographers. March 28 to 31, 9 pm, Winchester Street Theatre (80 Winchester). Tickets are $15 and $19. Call (416) 967-6887 and http://www.schooloftdt.org/
ESL at CCAC
Inside Toronto has a good article on the new English as a second language school being started at the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre (424 Parliament). http://www.insidetoronto.com/news/local/article/1314112--cabbagetown-arts-centre-to-offer-esl-classes