After Hours: A Speakeasy at the Spadina Museum




I love a good party, and the Spadina Museum in Toronto is having an awesome next weekend!

Have you heard of the Spadina Museum before? Spadina Museum is one of 10 historic museums operated by the City of Toronto. It was built in 1866 and was home to four generations of the Austin family. The home has been restored to reflect how the Austin’s lived in the home in the 1920’s and 1930’s.







On August 15th from 7:30pm and 11:00pm the Spadina Museum will be hosting a new event called After Hours: A Speakeasy.





It’s an exclusive, jazz-era lawn party that will take place both inside the historic house and on the 6 acres of historic gardens and orchards.

Guests will enjoy 1920’s food and cocktails, dance to live jazz music with the Sugar Shakers dance troupe, watch silent films under the stars, and explore a 55-room mansion by gaslight.

Tickets are $50, and they include admission, refreshments, music, dancing and more! There will also be a cash bar available.

I am so excited for this event! It sounds like a really fun summer party with an excellent theme. Now what am I going to wear?

To purchase tickets, visit this website here! For more information on the Spadina Museum, visit their website here.

Spadina Museum is located at 245 Spadina Road, Toronto.



Mandy Furnis




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