The Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts successfully concluded it's 37th edition last Sunday, September 8, 2013. Despite Saturday's rainswept opening, attendance has multiplied since joint efforts by Festival organizers (Cabbagetown BIA) to unify the events of the weekend into one big party.
It is a tremendous amount of work putting a festival like this together, and we could not do it without you.
The Cabbagetown BIA would like to say 'Thank You' to the St Jamestown, Cabbagetown, and Regent Park communities for your generous time and support in all our activities. We want to thank our BIA Members - the merchants of Cabbagetown - for their enthusiastic participation, support, and patience as we grow the Festival year after year.
We also want to recognize our fabulous sponsors for their generous support:
|"At TD, we are committed to supporting the communities where our employees and customers live and work. We look to champion diversity throughout many of our initiatives including education and financial literacy; the environment and creating opportunities for young people. We are proud to be a significant supporter of the 2013 Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts, as it brings the community together through culture and diversity with music and the arts."|
Our main stage could not have happened without the continued support of TD Bank Group, and we hope to continue to grow the Entertainment in years to come.
|Luba Goy and Bob Rae at the 37th Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts.|
|Luba Goy and Bob Rae with the ceremonious cutting of the Cabbage.|
The success of Kidz Korner is back from last year, because of the solid support of Daniels Corp and TCHC.
The kids enjoyed free activities all weekend and enjoyed exotic animal shows thanks to Hands on Exotic and a bouncy castle from Pizza Pizza.
Other sponsors who helped us to create such a successful event are our friends at: Mill Street Brewery, Porter Airlines, NOW Magazine,TABIA, City of Toronto, and Green P Parking.
And Thank You to the Mayor's office for our Plaque of Recognition.
We celebrate the diversity of the city within our community and host the best street party in Toronto.
We are already looking forward to next year, and the 38th edition of the Cabbagetown Festival of the Arts, and hope to see you all again in 2014.