Foodies, Beer Lovers and Jay Fans Unite at Oktoberfeast to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society
GAMEFIVE of the ALCS was one of the attractions at Airship37 event space Toronto Oktoberfeast fundraiser for the Toronto Cancer Society.
All proceeds from OktoberFEAST support the Canadian Cancer Society’s ground-breaking research and support services.
Airship37 tocated in historic Old Toronto, adjacent to the distillery grounds, the space is an industrial fixture with tons of charm and is the ideal space for Toronto fundraisers.
Oktoberfest was put together with he support and participation of local independent breweries and food vendors.
The long communal tables set up in the Hangar space were the hub of conversation, food photography and blue jays game speculations.
Toronto food vendors included Hawthorne Food & Drink, North Poke, Tita Flips, Hedge Dumplings and Wafel Bar.
The food vendors were available to share their food stories and engage in discussion of flavour choices and help guests have a new experience or revisit a favourite one.
Stylish garage doors open both spaces up to an eclectic patio area, featuring a one-of-a-kind VIP space – A vintage Airstream bus.
The Gooderham Lounge with its industrial underpinning and vintage accents was the VIP lounge for guests to munch on artisanal snacks, play with gaming consoles and get pumped for the big game.
The outdoor urban space had a pop up photo booth and lawn chairs where guest coulee extend their summer night experience.