Silver, Gold & Blue Homecoming

Event: Silver, Gold & Blue Homecoming

Date:
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Time:
11:00am- 5:00pm
Location:
30 Madison and Varsity Stadium

Family and Friends are welcome at this event!

This event will take place in 2 parts, please feel free to attend 1 or both:

Part 1:
Get together with friends and family at 30 Madison Ave arrive by 11 am. At this event there will be activities and food for the whole family to enjoy. Face painting, 50/50, pizza and cake, just to name a few!

Part 2:
At approximately 12:25 we will be heading over to the Varsity Centre to cheer on the Blues at their football game vs. Ottawa, which starts at 1pm. 

If you are not interested in the game feel free to stay a bit longer at the chapter house or continue on with your own plans.

ATTIRE: To get into the spirit of homecoming we ask that our guests wear DDD or U of T gear or Blue and White!

There is Green P parking on Madison Ave just south of the house (right hand side) or on Spadina behind the Madison Pub Next to Spadina Station.

Cost to attend the house and enjoy all the excitement, company and activities, FREE!!!

Football Game  Pricing:
U of T students = FREE with valid t-card
Advanced ticket Pricing (pick up and pay for at 30 Madison Ave. before the 12:25pm on game day)
Adult= $8
Youth(13-18)=$4
Kids under 12=FREE

Regular Pricing (to be purchased and picked up at the stadium)
Adults = $10
Youth 13-18 – $5
Children 12 and under = free

Please RSVP and include:

1)  the amount of guests,  specifying the number of Adults, Youth and Children. 
2)  indicate if you plan on attending 1 or both parts of Homecoming. (Which part)
3)If attending the Football game, state whether you need advanced tickets that you will pick up at the house

Thank you 

The Cavalcade of Lights

Event: The Cavalcade of Lights

Date:
Sunday, November 28, 2010
Time:
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location:
Nathan Philips Square

Family and Friends are welcome at this event!

The festivities kick-off on Saturday, November 28 at 7:00pm with the lighting of Toronto’s official Christmas tree, fireworks and live musical performances by Steven Page, Matt Dusk, Keshia Chante, and Fritz Helder & the Phantoms, under the music direction of Adrian Eccleston. The concert culminates in a spectacular fireworks display at 8:00 p.m., followed by a skating party on the iconic rink with tunes provided by DJ Tony Sutherland. A Fair Trade Market featuring crafts, clothing, accessories and Christmas decorations from around the world will also be open on November 28 from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Meeting Location TBD

FREE

The Italian Job

Event: The Italian Job

Date:
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Time:
9:00pm – 11:00pm
Location:
Yonge and Dundas Square

Tuesdays at Sunset:

The Italian Job : Featuring Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton and some cute little cars.

The original movie will be played at 6:30pm, while the remake will play at 9pm.

Family & Friends are welcome at this event.

FREE


Catch Me If You Can

Event: Catch Me If You Can

Date:
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Time:
8:30pm – 11:00pm
Location:
Yonge and Dundas Square

“Tuesday’s at Sunset” is a spin on the old drive in. We will will sit in the provided chairs under the night time glow of the city and enjoy the featured big screen movie.

Catch Me if You Can is the true story of a real fake.
Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks.

Family and Friends are welcome at this event!

FREE


Ladies Night @ Eat My Martini

Event: Ladies Night @ Eat My Martini

Date:
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Time:
7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location:
648 College Street Toronto, ON M6G 1B8

After work drinks and catching up with your sisters.

Eat my Martini  carries a well priced menu.
$5.00 Martinis
$3.00 mixed drinks and shots

Check them out www.eatmymartini.ca

Please RSVP to the Alum website, however all DDD’s without RSVP are welcome

Summerlicious

Event: Summerlicious

Date:
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Time:
7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: 253 Yonge St (Just south of the Eaton Centre)

The Superior Menu

$35 Dinner plus taxes and gratuity

CHILLED WATERMELON & MINT SOUP (vegetarian)
or
DAILY HOT SOUP
or
BABY MIXED LEAVES in a pink peppercorn vinaigrette (vegetarian)
or
CAESAR SALAD with double smoked bacon
or
TOMATO & SUMMER BEAN SALAD with toasted pine nuts and crumbled gaie bleu in a ramp vinaigrette (vegetarian)
or
PAN SEARED SPICY CALAMARI with chilled Ontario fruit salsa
or
NIAGARA CHARCUTERIE PLATE with warm spiced olives

FETUCCINNE tossed with Ontario vegetables in a ramp pesto (vegetarian)
or
GEORGIAN BAY WHITEFISH oven roast with saffron rice pilaf
or
NEW YORK STRIPLOIN with fresh herb mashed potatoes
or
GRILLED PROVIMI LIVER with cippolini onion and green onion mashed potato
or
CHICKEN CORDON BLEAU stuffed with Ontario Berkshire ham and fontina cheese
or
BBQ LAMB RIBS glazed with rosemary honey alongside smashed potatoes

BLACKBERRY CRÈME BRULÉE
or
STRAWBERRY ICE
or
DECADENT CHOCOLATE CAKE

Reservations will be required, please  RSVP by July 7th


Blue Jays vs. Cardinals @ Rogers Centre

Event: Toronto Blue Jays Vs.St. Louis Cardinals
Date:   TBD
Time:  7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: The Rogers Centre

500-Level seats will be reserved for those who will be attending. The cost of this event will be $15.00.     $4.00 from each ticket will be donated to POGO.

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE G20 SUMMIT

Amy Umpleby will meet everyone at 6:45 outside Gate 9. Please let me know if you need to arrange a separate time to pick up your tickets.

This Family & Friends Event will be organized by the Philanthropy team: Jessica Calhoun, Caitlin Calhoun, and Amy Umpleby.

Please RSVP to this event so that the philanthropy team will be able to have an idea of numbers for this event.

Four Minute Mile

Support Canada Alpha alumnae Daniella Marchese newest directorial venture!

March 16/18/20
The Four Minute Mile by Kevin Morris
Directed by Daniella Marchese

4th Annual WriteNOW! Festival of New Works
www.pivotalarts.ca
Where: Bread & Circus (299 Augusta Ave, Kensington Market, Toronto)
When: March 15th – 20th 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $15 (2 shows per night), $25 festival pass

TAAP’s Item Donation Day – Saturday March 27 1-3 PM

Come to the Toronto Area Alumnae Panhellenic (TAAP) Item Donation Day! TAAP will be collecting items to donate to assorted local charities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Stop by the Alpha Omicron Pi Chapter house, 24 Madison Avenue, Saturday March 27th from 1 – 3 pm, to drop off your goods, meet other TAAP members, and have refreshments!

The Beta Tau house is easily accessible from the Spadina TTC stop
TAAP will be collecting the following items:
1. New to IDD!!! – We’re collecting new and gently used books for St. Raymond Elementary school which is senior kindergarten to grade eight. Over the holidays the school experienced a flood in their library and lost a great portion of their books.
2. Clothing and accessories — Clean out your closet! TAAP will be collecting clothing to donate to Sistering, a women’s agency serving homeless, marginalized and low-income women in Toronto. Their programs and services help women gain greater control over their life circumstances. Their advocacy focuses on changing the social conditions that put women at risk. Their service philosophy is to ensure that women’s dignity is not eroded by poverty and homelessness.
http://www.sistering.org/

Wish List
-Lined paper, pens and pencils
-Laundry soap, dish soap, hand soaps
-New hygiene products – Shampoo and conditioner, lotion, deodorant, tampons, sanitary napkins, bath soap
-Gently used women’s pants, tops, skirts, coats
-Boots and shoes, especially running shoes in sizes 8-10
-Teapots, kettles, cups, coffee pots, plates, dishes, glasses, pots, napkins, cutlery
-Knitting needles, wool, craft supplies
-Sheets, pillows, blankets, towels
-Foil and cellophane kitchen wrap, plastic containers
3. Labels for Education — TAAP will also be collecting labels from affiliated Campbell’s products (including Campbell’s soup labels, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish labels, V8 labels, and Prego tomato sauce labels) to donate to a Toronto school in need of educational materials.
We look forward to seeing as many women as possible and collecting as many goods as possible to donate!
Babes in arm welcome
http://www.labelsforeducation.ca/english/
Here’s a list of all of the eligible products for Labels for Education! There’s even an easy printable version that you can hang on your fridge. The labels will be donated to Parkdale P.S.

Item Donation Day

Come to the Toronto Area Alumnae Panhellenic (TAAP) Item Donation Day! TAAP will be collecting items to donate to assorted local charities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Stop by the Alpha Phi Chapter house, 30 Lowther Avenue, from 1 – 3 pm, to drop off your goods, meet other TAAP members, and have a coffee or tea!

The Alpha Phi house is easily accessible from the St. George TTC stop – Bedford exit

TAAP will be collecting the following items:

1. Clothing and accessories — Clean out your closet! TAAP will be collecting clothing to donate to Sistering, a women’s agency serving homeless, marginalized and low-income women in Toronto. Their programs and services help women gain greater control over their life circumstances. Their advocacy focuses on changing the social conditions that put women at risk. Their service philosophy is to ensure that women’s dignity is not eroded by poverty and homelessness.

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Wish List

-Lined paper, pens and pencils
-Laundry soap, dish soap, hand soaps
-New hygiene products – Shampoo and conditioner, lotion, deodorant, tampons, sanitary napkins, bath soap
-Gently used women’s pants, tops, skirts, coats
-Boots and shoes, especially running shoes in sizes 8-10
-Teapots, kettles, cups, coffee pots, plates, dishes, glasses, pots, napkins, cutlery
-Knitting needles, wool, craft supplies
-Sheets, pillows, blankets, towels
-Foil and cellophane kitchen wrap, plastic containers

2. Labels for Education — TAAP will also be collecting labels from affiliated Campbell’s products (including Campbell’s soup labels, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish labels, V8 labels, and Prego tomato sauce labels) to donate to a Toronto school in need of educational materials.

We look forward to seeing as many women as possible and collecting as many goods as possible to donate!

Babes in arm welcome

http://www.labelsforeducation.ca/english/

Here’s a list of all of the eligible products for Labels for Education! There’s even an easy printable version that you can hang on your fridge. The labels will be donated to Parkdale P.S.