Kiwanis is an international service club founded in 1915. "Kiwanis tries to serve children and youth using two approaches. One attempts to improve the quality of life directly through activities promoting health, education, etc. The other tries to encourage leadership and service among youth". Based on that description, it is clear that Kiwanis and the Tennessee Project are a match made in heaven. All those involved with the project (especially the organizers) exemplify leadership and service in our communities. Tennessee Project members are not only role spectacular role models but their hard work and dedication to the project is truly inspirational. Not to mention the fact that theatre is a great activity for anyone and everyone to take part in! It's a great way to get some exercise, create bonds and develop leadership skills.
This venue is located in Cabbage Town and let me tell you - it's gorgeous. I would strongly suggest walking through the neighbourhood and taking the time to admire all the gorgeous houses. There are also beautiful little roads that you could miss if you aren't paying attention. The walk down Spruce Street towards Kiwanis is quite picturesque! Once you get there, walk up the stairs on the right and head to the multipurpose room on the left. This is a great space to do a show in. It's quite large and the acoustics aren't too bad either!
Closest subway stop: Castle Frank - take the 65 bus south to Carlton Street and take a left onto Spruce Street.
OR take the 506 Gerrard Streetcar to Sumach St and walk North to Spruce Street.
Date: Saturday, May 5th
Address: 101 Spruce Street (Gerrard and Sumach)
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