FashionTech Toronto

Tuesday, Jun 26, 2018

FashionTech Toronto was started with the goal of bridging two of Toronto's most prominent industries, fashion, and technology. Attend the conference at its first time at The Spoke Club to connect with leaders in the fashion-tech community and learn about the industry-disrupting, innovative companies and ideas coming out of Toronto.

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Canada Day BBQ Launch!

Thursday, Jun 28, 2018

It’s baaaaack! We’ve shaken things up with our summer BBQ series. First of all, we’ll be celebrating Canada Day before the long weekend kicks off with the launch of a brand new menu on Thursday, June 28th. Then, for the rest of the summer, you can enjoy our BBQ menu every Friday evening. Fresh dishes straight from the grill to your table, join us at this pre-cottage party to celebrate our country.

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Gin Sippers with Mark Bylok

Wednesday, Jul 4, 2018

Gin is the perfect drink for a warm summer evening. Refreshing and light, it can be used in sweet and dryer mixes. We want to share a few new favourite cocktails with you and discuss the different types and the liquor’s interesting backstory. From the the more herbal notes to the versions featuring flowery aromas, you will be tasting cocktails made from a mix of Spoke Club staples and newcomers to our bar’s scene.

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Pop Culture Trivia

Wednesday, Jul 11, 2018

How many seasons of Seinfeld were there? What’s the name of Cardi B’s first hit single? If you can answer those questions you will be a good contender at our second trivia night. Our very own star, Paul Beer will take on the role of Quizmaster and test your knowledge of music, movies, million dollar weddings and more! We’re awarding prizes to the winners of each round. So binge watch some eTalk and bookmark TMZ because you’ve got some studying to do!

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Vernissage: Artchild

Friday, Jul 13, 2018

Please join us for our latest exhibition of new summer works by graffiti artist Artchild. Known as a moving force in the Toronto street art scene Artchild's works can be seen in Toronto alleyways on rooftops and just about anywhere in the city since the 80s. You can also watch Artchild in action–he will be creating a live graffiti drawing on our rooftop.

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