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Fall in Love with Leslieville
The temperature might be dropping but things are starting to heat up in Leslieville. There’s always so much to do in this great neighbourhood, why would Autumn be any different? Explore this sample of great events you should check out this fall.
UNTIL OCTOBER 27TH THE WOLVES AT CROW’S THEATRE
If you’re looking for a way to add a little culture to your fall, look no further than the Crow’s Theatre’s presentation of The Wolves. This 2017 Pulitzer Prize nominated play paints a portrait of nuanced young women navigating the game, their lives and a growing understanding of a complicated world. It has fantastic performances by a number of up-and-coming actors. You don’t want to miss this limited run.LEARN MORE
OCTOBER 28TH LESLIEVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET - LAST MARKET OF THE YEAR
Your last chance to soak up all the Farmers Market’ has to offer is coming quickly. Don’t miss your opportunity to grab all the great items from the local fall harvests. Fresh cranberries, squashes and more are sure to be on your tables before these farmers pack it in for the winter. Plus, if you’ve been holding off buying your pumpkin for Halloween, or pie, this is the place to get it. You won’t find a fresher pumpkin than at the farmers’ market.LEARN MORE
NOVEMBER 16TH CLASSIFIED AT THE OPERA HOUSE
The award-winning, multi-platinum, pride of Enfield, Nova Scotia is coming to The Opera House on November 16th. And he’s bringing his friends. Classified, along with Choclair and Maestro Fresh Wes will be performing his biggest hits and songs from his latest record Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change. If you’ve never seen this MC live, this is your chance. He puts on an amazing live show that will only be amplified by the legendary venue. Get your tickets before they sell out.
SEASONAL SUPPER – RUBY WATCHCO 730 QUEEN ST E
This Leslieville favourite has been creating amazing, seasonal menus since 2010. This restaurant, helmed by celebrity chef Lynn Crawford is a shining star in the neighbourhood and their fall-inspired dinner menu is hard to beat. While the items on the fixed menu might change through the fall you will get to enjoy items like a chicken liver parfait with gingered orange cranberry jam and grilled flatbread as an appetizer, crispy pork dan dan noodles, mustard greens and spicy peanuts for your main, and a perfect for fall roasted apple and cranberry crisp with vanilla whipped cream for dessert. If that menu doesn’t have your mouth watering I don’t know what will.LEARN MORE