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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.
Join us for an all-levels vinyasa flow class. We'll move through a creative sequence of poses that is at once playful and attentive to alignment. The integration of breath and movement in this practice will leave your body feeling great and your mind focused. Beginners welcome! RSVP on Facebook here! *CANCELLED due to weather this week…Find out more »
Music Bingo is a FREE weekly event every Wednesdays in the Gladstone's Melody Bar that is perfect for groups and parties!! ↗↗ What is Music Bingo? ↖↖ Music Bingo combines a love of music with the traditional bingo format. Each player receives a Music Bingo card which consists of an assortment of songs. Instead of…Find out more »
What's it all about? Card Meets Ink is a creative Valentine’s workshop that will allow you to make two unique cards for your sweetheart, best friend, or mom. You’ll be able to create highly personalized and handmade cards just in time for that special day, however you choose to celebrate it. Your cards will go…Find out more »
Presented by Wedge Curatorial as part of this year's exhibition, 'a love ethic'. An engaging discussion about how we love, featuring Jamaican-born author Alexia Arthurs (her celebrated collection of short stories, How to Love a Jamaican, was published in 2018) in conversation with Toronto-based cultural commentator Sharine Taylor. Co-presented with BASHY Magazine. Books will be…Find out more »
Join us for the longest running drawing class in Toronto every Wednesday night in Studio 214 on the second floor from 8-10pm for $10! Walt Ruston’s life drawing class is a relic of the Canadian art scene all the way from the swinging sixties to the experimental eighties to modern day. Originally founded by the…Find out more »