THE WORKS, an events company bringing together professional singles in Toronto for upscale social events, welcomes the season of warmer weather and roving biker gangs of bluebirds with its Spring Fling Social. Mingle with fellow lone wolves in Gossip Restaurant's elegant dining space or venture onto the patio for a breathtaking view of Exhibition Place. Music will be provided, and free appetizers are included with admission. THE WORKS' $5 signature cocktails will be available for purchase, as well as a number of other springtime cocktails. Leave the jeans, baseball caps, and sneakers at home and unthaw a colourful spring outfit from its deep-freeze chamber for a festive night on the town from THE WORKS.
The Caring Tree has one simple but important goal: to ensure that all children have the materials necessary to be successful in their education. To that end, the staff and volunteers dedicate themselves to equipping Minnesota’s K–12 students with appropriate supplies, including backpacks, pencils, and notebooks. They do this with the help of thousands of donors, including individuals, companies, and groups. Additionally, they sell shirts, hats, and scarves to raise money for more school supplies and to spread word of The Caring Tree’s mission.
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In their 85th season, the Harlem Globetrotters have entertained millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a unique brand of athletic precision and showmanship. For their latest 4 Times the Fun North American tour, the Globetrotters will add new 4-point shot spots located 35 feet from the basket, which is 12 feet farther than the official 3-point line but several thousand miles closer than the prime meridian.
Inside a restaurant whose vibrant purple awnings help diners spot it from afar, cooks concoct 75 different dishes derived from the "roof of the world." Artwork-laden walls surround the tables and cushioned chairs in the dining area, where patrons enjoy home-cooked items ranging from Tibetan-style dumplings made with lean chopped beef to batter-fried sesame chicken. The restaurant's separate bar area provides patrons with a place where they can grab a drink, watch TV, and practice thumb-wrestling moves with others.
On Taste Twin Cities' Minneapolis Riverwalk Tour, guides weave visits to architectural and cultural spots with stops to sample food such as barbecue sliders, Thai fare from the city's first Thai restaurant, and cheese curds. Through such gastronomic odysseys—which have caught the attention of local press, including coverage on CBS Local Minnesota—both locals and tourists discover Minneapolis' rich history and thriving dining scenes. In addition to food tours, guides also lead drink tours, including two winery tours and a brewery tour that stops at local crafters such as Harriet Brewing. An FAQ page anticipates tourists' questions, such as "Are bathrooms available during the tour?" and "What is the surcharge to turn a walking tour into a skipping tour?"
Offering visitors a welcoming abode where they can build body strength and shed stress, Sigh Yoga promotes healthy lifestyle attainment while eschewing giant hamster wheels. Amid an amiable atmosphere, Sigh's talented staff of limb-pretzeling stretchionados help students refine their posture positioning and acquire sleek physiques in a variety of yogic styles, known in the biz as yogurts. Newbies can master vinyasa's basics in Discover Vinyasa before flowing upward like anti-grav water into Gentle Flow. Sigh's heated classes—including the better-than-coffee morning vinyasa, express hot yoga, heated flow, and traditional silent hot yoga—use a detoxifying swelter to help deepen postures while strengthening the connection between mind and body. And if you're just stressed by the amount of time-traveling cyborg assassins in your life, the restorative yoga helps you withdraw from your senses with three or four supported asanas.