Friday, March 01, 2013

Function in the Junction 2013 – Tickets on sale now

Junction Residents Association fundraiser: Function in the Junction, April 6, 2013, West Toronto Masonic Temple, collage
Collage: The Fourth Annual Function in the Junction
Saturday, April 6, 2013, West Toronto Masonic Temple
This year’s function is about making art happen in the Junction.

The Junction Residents Association
proudly presents

Annual Fundraiser


All proceeds go to Red Wagon collective / Monday Art Group at Evangeline Women's Residence in the Junction

When: Saturday, April 6, 2013

Where: West Toronto Masonic Temple

Location: 151 Annette Street, Toronto, ON M6P 1P3
(next to the Library)

Tickets: $45

Sold in advance only at:
Agora Café (3015 Dundas St.W)Latitude 44 (2900 Dundas St.W)

featuring dinner provided by local restaurants
&  desert table provided  by the J.R.A.
served from 6 pm till 8 pm
Silent Auction


$5 Admission
after 8 pm
Live Auction
Cash Bar
Live Music by Local Artists
at 9 pm

A message from the Junction Residents' Association:

With another year comes another Function in the Junction.

The Function in the Junction is the Junction Residents Association’s annual fundraiser.  Over the last 3 years, junction residents and local businesses have raised over $20,000 for great local causes.

This year, the Junction Residents Association is supporting the work of the Monday Art Group of the Red Wagon Collective.  The Monday Art Group was started in 2008 by the Red Wagon Collective.  They provide arts projects and programs for the residents of the Salvation Army-Evangeline Residence, present and past, at 2808 Dundas St West.

Currently the Monday Art Group has no funds, and our goal is to support them for one year, providing funds to pay for art supplies (consumable and tools), TTC tokens for out-of-Junction participants and to help facilitate the publishing of their works. More information on the Red Wagon Collective can be found on their website.

The 2013 Function in the Junction will be held on April 6, at the Masonic Temple, 151 Annette Street.

For more information, please visit The Junction Residents Association or contact

Below are the 2013 dinner menus, get you tickets today at Agora Café, 3015 Dundas St. and Latitude 44 Gallery Framing Décor, 2900 Dundas St.

Agora Cafe

Ontario apple, walnut, endive and arugula salad with honey vinaigrette.

Individual Moroccan Pie
Butternut squash, marinated in a medley of spices and roasted, cranberries, shallots, pistachios, almond and spinach, layered with Agora houmous, enveloped in layers of phyllo pastry and baked to perfection.
Served with:
Yogurt dressing.

North of Bombay

Onion Bhaji
Chopped onions, green peppers and spices mixed with chick pea flour.

Butter Chicken
Marinated chicken breast cooked in a fresh tomato sauce with herbs and cream
Served with:
Aloo gobi – cauliflower (gob(h)i) and potatoes (aloo) cooked with tomato, onion, herbs and spices.
Rice pulao - saffron basmati rice with vegetables.
Nan - unleavened bread made with white flour.
Mango chutney and lime pickle.

Avec Panache

Baby Leaf Spinach Salad
with grilled sweet peppers, diced fresh orange, chevre (goat cheese) and herbed vinaigrette.

Beef Tenderloin Stroganoff
AAA Beef Tenderloin with fresh mushrooms and sweet peppers in a sauce of natural juices and sour cream.
Served with:
Herbed rice and fresh vegetables.

JRA's Fundraiser Function in the Junction 4: April 6, 2013, poster
Poster: JRA's Fundraiser Function in the Junction 4
Saturday, April 6, 2013, @ West Toronto Masonic Temple
Poster design by
Printed by
Credit: Junction Residents Association

So it is really great for us that this year Function in the Junction is giving the proceeds of the event to the Red Wagon Collective. This will allow us to get the much needed materials we will need to keep the art group going for quite a while. With this funding we also hope to embark on new, strange and wonderful projects that we can share with the neighbourhood.

 The Gathering Space blog for the Red Wagon Collective

1 comment:

ILSC_EtJ said...

The email is wrong. It should read
(see the poster itself)