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This week’s happenings: 4 see-them-while-you-can events to catch this week
TORONTO: SOMETHINGS SWEET Status: This Saturday only
What: A book signing and meet ‘n’ greet with
Cupcakes and Cashmere blogger Emily Schuman. When: Saturday Dec. 8, 2 to 4PM.
Where: Holt Renfrew, 55 Bloor St. W., Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: Pick up cupcakes and goodies from Holt’s private label Cashmere in honour of the celeb blogger’s signing of her new book,
Cupcakes and Cashmere at the Toronto store.
TORONTO: ONE-ON-ONE SHOPPING Status: One night only
What: Shop the
Nicole Bridger Fall/Winter 2012-13 line with the Vancouver eco-designer herself during A Night with Nicole.
When: Thursday Dec. 6, 6 to 9PM.
Where: 2151 West 4th Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Buzzworthy notes: Finish off (start?) your holiday shopping with 15 per cent off the collection while sipping tea from David’s Tea; reward your wise holiday purchasing with a massage by Allevia Chair Massage. RSVP to [email protected]
Read on for more buzzworthy events taking place across Canada this week!
TORONTO: FASHIONABLE SAMPLING
Status: One day only
What: Credit cards up for the sample of sale of Canadian designer David Dixon.
When: Monday Dec. 3, 1 to 7PM.
Where: C-Lounge, 465 Wellington St. W., Toronto.
Buzzworthy notes: A curated sampling of the Toronto designer’s collections will be available in sizes from two to 14. Oh, and it’s sponsored by Peroni, just saying.
TORONTO: ICING ON THE CUPCAKE
Status: Open kitchen
What: Spend Saturday morning in class, and impress party guests with your Rudolph-imprinted cupcakes at your holiday soirée by night with a winter-themed
intro to cupcake decorating at Le Dolci.
When: Saturday Dec. 8, 10AM to 12PM.
Where: Le Dolci, 1006 Dundas Street West.
Buzzworthy notes: The best kind of art class where your tools are piping bags and fondant and the final product to take home is both festive
and edible: a batch 12 personally designed cupcakes; $80 per person.
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