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Want to throw a music, art or fundraising event at the Gladstone?
As part of a B-Corporation commitment to social engagement and responsibility, The Gladstone Hotel works with community partners and artists on a host of cultural events, from Pride parties to trivia nights. If you have a proposal for a cultural-events partnership, please out our partnership request form.
For the second Harvest Wednesdays, we invite you to a Harvest Table Dinner in the Ballroom with Guest Chef Suzanne Barr from the beloved East End gem Saturday Dinette. She will incorporate local produce from Chick-a-biddy farms CSA along with her classic diner-inspired cuisine.
Your Harvest Table Dinner ticket includes:
Get your tickets HERE
About Saturday Dinette
Saturday Dinette is a modern diner created for the Leslieville and Riverdale locals. Inspired by the local diner it once was, she has rejuvenated this vacant space and returned it to the community. Saturday Dinette is an accessible and inviting local spot operated by an enthusiastic and creative food curator. A 30 seat restaurant with classic diner dishes inspired by worldly travels and local produce. Most of all, Saturday Dinette engages all.Saturday
Saturday Dinette has introduced an employment programme placing women from the YWCA Toronto organization. An organisation that is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls fleeing violence or women and girls who want to establish their voices, enhance skills and develop confidence.
About Harvest Wednesdays
From August 24 to October 12, we invite you to connect with Ontario’s growing season through a Harvest Table Dinner in the Ballroom or a Sip and Savour in the Gallery (featuring tastings from 15+ local producers!) Check out all the dates here!
Harvest Wednesdays is a local culinary series inspired by the Gladstone’s long-time investment in four ‘shares’ of a local Community Shared Agriculture Farm, Chick-a-biddy Acres Farms. By showcasing their local produce each week alongside guest chefs, community organizations and local producers, Harvest Wednesdays sparks conversations about Community Shared Agriculture, eating locally for global change, bridging the gap between urban and rural and of course, enjoying seasonal Ontario produce, picked from the land just the day before.
What is Community Shared Agriculture (C.S.A.)
Community Shared Agriculture allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a regional farmer. It is a relationship of shared bounty and shared risk.