Social Notes columnist Jennifer Campbell has the capacity on galas, affair and added fundraisers demography abode from October to February.
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Oct. 13: Lewis Rosen of Raymond James Presents An Atramentous Out With LEV — Déjà Vu: Vegas Nights, 7:30 p.m., Spinelli Infiniti, 347 Brunswick Blvd. $150; includes $75 awning and $75 allowance to the 2018 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign. 514-624-5005, Bounded 221; federationcja.org/dejavu; [email protected]
Oct. 13:Lachine Hospital Foundation ceremony fundraising breakfast at Barbie’s, supporting the booze affliction unit, Barbie’s Restaurant, 15 Bouchard Blvd. $15 for adults, $5 for accouchement beneath 11. 514-637-2351, Bounded 77333; [email protected]
Oct. 14:Hungarian Catholic Association celebrates its 90th anniversary and 55th year of Our Lady of Hungary Church’s consecration, 11 a.m. mass, followed by a meal, 90 Guizot St. W. 514-387-9503.
Oct. 14: Cedars Run for Ovarian Cancer, 8:30 a.m. to noon, Roosevelt Park, 60 Roosevelt Ave. Benefiting the Dagenais Joly-Smith Fund in abutment of the DOvEE Project beneath Dr. Lucy Gilbert’s leadership. 10K, 5K and 2K walk/run options available, with 10K and 5K runs timed and scored. Natalia Kalbarczyk, 514-656-6662, Bounded 228; [email protected], cedars.ca.
Oct. 14: Shaving and Saving, 3 to 5 p.m., Restaurant Bellissimo, 484 Lakeshore Drive. Benefiting the JGH’s Dr. Cristiano Ferrario with a appearance to accretion ytic trials for a cure to end cancer. Annette, 514-233-4380; [email protected]
Oct. 14: B’nai Brith Music Brunch for Seniors, 10:30 a.m., Adath Synagogue, 223 Harrow Cres. Kosher brunch followed by dancing and ball by the Absolutes. Reservations: 514-482-4252.
Oct. 14: Alzheimer Groupe (AGI) Amazingly Fun Race. Inspired by The Amazing Race, the fundraiser for ancestors and accumulated teams combines chance and challenges. Proceeds account AGI’s dementia abutment casework for families. 514-485-7233; [email protected]
Oct. 15: B’nai Brith fundraiser dînatoire, followed by the Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre assembly of A Bintel Brief, 6 p.m., Segal Centre. Includes post-performance dessert. $90; partial tax cancellation issued. Arina Harris, 800-274-2310; bnaibrith.ca/abintelbrief.
Oct. 16: Centaur Soirée, celebrating 50 years of theatre in the affection of Montreal, Centaur Theatre, 453 St-François-Xavier St. Cocktail dînatoire, jazz, auction. 514-288-1229, Bounded 240, centaurtheatre.com/happenings.html.
Oct. 16 to 19: Paradis Urbain and MMFA present the sixth Au Contraire Film Festival. Featuring awareness, education, altercation and ball as ACFF showcases films exploring brainy bloom issues. 514-798-0791; acff.ca.
Oct. 17: Cedars Private Shopping Night at Holt Renfrew. Shop to advice stop cancer, 6 to 9 p.m., Holt Renfrew, 1300 Sherbrooke St. W. Ten per cent of net sales account the Cedars Blight Foundation in abutment of accommodating care, ysis and education. Stephanie Claxton, 514-656-6662, Bounded 227; [email protected]; cedars.ca.
Oct. 17: Château Ramezay Ancestry 375 Gala. Historical site and building concludes its three-year fundraising campaign, Le Windsor, 1170 Peel St. Chair: Éric Lachaîne, controlling vice-president, Desjardins Group. $225. [email protected]; chateauramezay.qc.ca/en/fundraising-events.
Oct. 17:CHW Montreal VIP evening. Presentation by Whatisadam, alive blaze art by Spazuk, guided mural bout (weather permitting), wine and canapés, Station 16, 3523 St-Laurent Blvd. $185; includes acceptance to VIP atramentous and CHW ceremony art bargain Nov. 1 (see below). 514-933-8461; chw.ca/artauction2018.
Oct 18: AMI-Quebec Action on Brainy Affliction fundraising accident — Food for Thought, elaborating on the prevalence of brainy affliction in the aliment industry, Locale 514, 5765 Paré St. Keynote speaker: New York chef/writer Kat Kinsman, who will allotment claimed experiences. Host: radio personality Lee Haberkorn. Chair: Kathy Lempert-Stein. $100; includes affair and raffle. 514-486-1448; amiquebec.org.
Oct. 18: Enchantée, a accord amid the MUHC Foundation and Cedars Blight Foundation, 6 to 8 p.m., Le Mount Stephen, 1440 Drummond St. In abutment of bloom and the MUHC Breast Clinic’s Wellness Program. Hosted by chairs Cynthia Price Verreault, Jo Anne Kelly Rudy and Anna Capobianco-Skipworth. 514-843-1543, Bounded 35633; muhcfoundation.com/event/enchantee.
Oct. 18: Ben Weider Educational Centre’s ceremony Feast of the Nations Gala, featuring the leash Kol Esperanza singing opera, Broadway, pop, Jewish, Israeli and Italian favourites, Shaar Hashomayim, 450 Kensington Ave. Honouree: Patricia Saputo, CFO Placement Italcan Inc. 438-800-1062.
Oct. 18: A Brilliant Night, fourth ceremony bright benefit supporting the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, Windsor Station, 1100 des Canadiens-de-Montréal Ave. $200. 514-398-1851; abrilliantnight.com.
Oct. 19: Trafalgar Academy for Girls accession and alliance events: Trafalgar Ross Lecture, tail accession for all Old Girls, Ristorante Beatrice, 6 to 8:30 p.m. $50; $30 for contempo grads (2008-18). All contest account the Trafalgar Ross Foundation and bursaries. Kelly Carrier, 514-935-2644, Bounded 219; [email protected]
Oct. 19 to 21:Beaconsfield Aerial Academy 60th Year Design Jubilee All-Year Reunion, benefiting the school, Beaconsfield Aerial School. To acquaintance alum year rep: beaconsfieldhighschool.ca. Pre-registration appropriate to abstain lineups.
Oct. 23: Concerts dans les grandes maisons, fundraiser benefiting the Montreal Chamber Music Festival, 5:30 p.m., 2064 Marlowe Ave. Presented beneath the advocacy of Phyllis Lambert, featuring artists Blake Pouliot, Barry Shiffman and Denis Brott, includes tail dînatoire. $300; $550 for two (tax-deductible receipt). Julie Brott, 514-489-7444, [email protected], festivalmontreal.org.
Oct. 24:Youth Employment Services’ ceremony Tune in to YES account accident and bashful auction, 6 to 9 p.m., Grévin Montréal museum. Bringing calm business admiral and association leaders absorbed in authoritative a aberration and adopting acquaintance to abutment job seekers, entrepreneurs and artists in Quebec. Accessible bar (beer, wine, soda), food, bashful auction, prizes, etc. $150; fractional tax receipts issued. VIP Experience bales additionally available. Chair: Samantha Bateman. Honorary chair: Evan Bush. 514-878-9788, Bounded 307; [email protected]; tuneintoyes.com.
Oct. 24: Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club ceremony scholarship fundraiser, Laughter for the Soul with Bowser and Blue, 7:30 p.m., D.D.O. Civic Centre, Banquet Hall, 12001 de Salaberry Blvd. $38. 514-637-9598; mluwc.com.
Oct. 24: Camp Amy Molson fundraiser wine and cheese tasting, 6 to 9 p.m., Mount Royal Tennis Club, 2106 Grey Ave. Shauna Joyce, 514-484-9919; campamymolson.com.
Oct. 25: Federation CJA’s Women’s Philanthropy, MTL Challah Bake, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Crowne Plaza, 6600 Côte-de-Liesse Rd. $36; includes $18 awning and $18 allowance to the 2018 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign. Debbie Blond, 514-345-2645, Bounded 3295; [email protected]; federationcja.org/mtlchallah.
Oct. 25:A New York State of Mind — atramentous with vocalist/pianist Christian Marc Gendron, 7 p.m, Gelber Appointment Centre, 5700 Westbury Ave. Associates $36; guests $45. 514-734-1831.
Oct. 25: Bright des Émilie, benefiting Montréal Sacré-Coeur Hospital Foundation, 6 p.m., Hotel Sheraton Laval, 2440 Autoroute des Laurentides. Honorary chair: Raed Bechara, CEO, Industrie de Palettes Standard Inc. MC: Pénélope McQuade. Cocktail, four-course dinner, dancing with alive band. 514-338-2303, Bounded 9.
Oct 25:Saving Station Foundation fundraising gala, 5:30 p.m., Omni Mont-Royal Hotel, 1050 Sherbrooke St. W. Funds abutment the Canadian charity, committed to eliminating adolescence actuality abuse. Atramentous with Alvin Powell, featuring MC Terry DiMonte, alive and Chinese auctions, appropriate guest. Kathy Holland, 514-421-5510; savingstationfoundation.com.
Oct. 26: Déjeun’aide, breakfast with leaders in abutment of the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation, Centre Mont-Royal. An befalling for adolescent professionals to arrangement with business, amusing and accumulated leaders. To reserve: dejeunaide.ca.
Oct. 26: Pink in the Burghal Masquerade Ball, benefiting the MUHC Breast Clinic, Embassy Plaza, 1003 Curé-Labelle Blvd. Lisa Mastroianni, 514-934-1934, Bounded 35633; [email protected]
Oct. 27:Carmosino Wealth Management presents Icon, Halloween accident benefiting the CURE Foundation. Attire: your favourite Hollywood icon. See @costumesforcure on Instagram for apparel account and details. Cocktail dînatoire; accessible bar. 514-381-CURE; [email protected]
Oct. 27: Kids for Life Foundation’s Night of the Giving Dead, ceremony Halloween fundraising party, supporting the Montreal Children’s Hospital’s Amusing Casework of the Adolescent Life Department, 7:30 p.m., Plaza Universel, 5000 Sherbrooke St. E. $100. 18 and over. George Theodoropoulos, 514-262-8811; [email protected]; facebook.com/kidsforlifefoundation.
Oct. 29: Read for the Cure, chain book lovers and bestselling authors, acknowledging the Blight Analysis Society, 6:30 p.m., St-James Theatre, Old Montreal. Featuring Lisa Gabriele, Elizabeth Hay and Kim Thúy. Host: Debra Arbec. ReadfortheCure.ca.
Bob Saget of Full House acclaim will booty allotment in the Shaare Zedek Medical Centre neonatal-care fundraiser Laughing My Diaper Off on Nov. 15, as will Amusing Notes columnist Jennifer Campbell. Normand Blouin / Montreal Gazette files
Nov. 1: “Friend-raising” accident at the Jewish Accessible Library, 5151 Côte-Ste-Catherine Rd. Private accession for Friends of JPL at 6 p.m. with JPL Jewish Book Month keynote apostle Sir Simon Schama, followed by accessible address at 8 p.m. in which the British historian, columnist and documentary alternation writer/broadcaster will altercate his latest book. JPL Friend memberships; $500 annually; includes such allowances as two chargeless tickets to all JPL contest and antecedence seating. To become a Friend of the JPL and appear the invitation-only event: Edna Mendelson, 514-343-3520.
Nov. 1: CHW Montreal ceremony art auction, 7:30 p.m., Kandy Gallery, 5629 Ferrier St. Hors d’oeuvres, tails. Accepted $118; VIP $185, includes art bargain with aide and Oct. 17 VIP atramentous (see above). 514-933-8461; chw.ca/artauction2018.
Nov. 1. Festa Italiana ogna for the account of Mariners’ House of Montreal, catered by Le Muscadin restaurant, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Grand Quay, Port of Montreal. Carolyn Osborne, 514-849-3234, [email protected]
Nov. 2: Ceremony Theresa Foundation account concert, featuring the Stephen Barry Band, Linda Morrison, etc., 7:30 p.m., Westmount Park Church, 305 Lansdowne Ave. Allowances the grandmothers and accouchement of Mnjale, Fuze and Chilundu in Malawi. Accepted $30; acceptance $20. Ann Lambert, [email protected]; theresafoundation.com.
Nov. 2: Ceremony St. Mary’s Ball, benefiting the fifth-floor in-patient blight affliction and booze affliction facility, 6:30 p.m. Champagne tail, Windsor Station, 1100 des Canadiens-de-Montréal Ave. Beneath the administration of Alain Bellemare, president/CEO, Bombardier. Featuring Paul Chacra and 1945, bashful auction, dancing, Ristorante Beatrice catering, etc. Atramentous tie, atramentous gown. Erin Matheson, 514-734-2694; [email protected]
Nov. 3: 17th Splash and Dash, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., McGill University Sports Complex, 475 des Pins Ave. W. Signature accident for Sarah’s Fund at the Cedars Blight Foundation, supports programs and casework convalescent the lives of adolescent blight patients and their families on Sarah’s Floor at the MCH. Wendy Lutfy, 514-656-6662, Bounded 226; [email protected]; cedars.ca.
Nov. 3: 58th Montreal Building of Fine Arts Ball — Nuit Couture, 6 p.m., 1379 Sherbrooke St. W. Ball afflatus is acquired from the colourful appearance world. Co-presidents: Isabèle Chevalier, Mitch Garber, Mark Pathy. $1,350. Émilie Lucas, 514-285-1600, Bounded 105; [email protected]; mbam.qc.ca/en/foundation/museum-ball.
Nov. 3: My Cup of Tea/Fun-rai$er by ARTS, 1 to 5 p.m., 550 Décarie Blvd. Sample accustomed bounded teas and tisanes while administration ability and advertent accouterments by artisans. Placemats, aprons, tea towels, etc. Guests accumulate a cup. facebook.com/artracines.
Nov. 3 and 4:Fête Polonaise, Nov. 3 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Nov. 4 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., St-Antonin Church, 5391 Snowdon St. Funds abutment abatement for accouchement and seniors with disabilities. Hot and algid acceptable Polish dishes and desserts, affectation and bargain of amber and handmade jewelry, folk art, Peruvian alpaca products, clothing, books, cosmetics, etc. 450-433-1321.
Nov. 4: Allotment the Warmth ceremony fundraiser — Share the Spirit, 625 Fortune St. Cocktail reception; bashful auction. 514-933-5599; fax 514-933-7270; sharethewarmth.ca.
Nov. 4: Cummings West hosts A West Island Women’s Art Show, noon to 9 p.m., Or Shalom Synagogue, 96 Fredmir St. An befalling for bounded changeable artists to affectation their assignment and for associates and guests to get to apperceive them. Participation: Claude Aimée Villeneuve, 438-936-7306; Lisa Wiltzer, 514-683-3761.
Nov. 7: Aer Library ceremony account tail party, 6 p.m., Aer Library, 1200 Aer Ave. Guests of honour: Alan and Grace Hogg of the George Hogg Ancestors Foundation. Allowances the Aer Library’s association educational and cultural programs. Music by Dave Turner Applesauce Trio; bashful auction; smoked meat. $150, with $125 tax receipt. Tanya Mayhew, 514-935-7344; aerlibrary.ca.
Nov. 7: Emunah Montreal abatement gala, supporting amusing absurdity ysis in Emunah projects in Israel, Le Living Room, 5687 Paré St. Lisa Hamaoui, 514-485-2397; [email protected]; emunahcanada.org.
Nov. 7: Seventh Tiny Survivors tail at the Bell Centre, benefits the Montreal Children’s Hospital’s neonatal accelerated affliction unit, for the province’s sickest and atomic babies. fondationduchildren.com/en/events/tiny-survivors.
Nov. 8: Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont Foundation’s La soirée À Votre Santé!, in abutment of the approaching Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont Integrated Blight Centre Research, 6 p.m., Grand Quay, Port of Montreal, 200 de la Commune St. W. Champagne tail event, featuring pairings of Veuve Clicquot Champagnes with bite-size samples. Kicks off Montréal Passion Vin weekend while adulatory agent Dominique Michel’s seventh year of remission. Eliane Tessier, 514-252-3435; [email protected]
Nov. 9: Rotary Club of Montreal West and N.D.G. All-You-Can-Eat Oyster Party, 6 p.m., Montreal West Town Hall, 50 Westminster Ave. S. Cafe of algid meats and salad, banknote bar, bashful auction. $60; fractional tax deduction. [email protected]
Nov. 10: Allotment the Warmth’s Partageons La Puck with Marc Bergevin, Centre St-Charles, 1055 Hibernia St. 514-933-5599; fax 514-933-7270; sharethewarmth.ca.
Nov. 10: Seventh ceremony A Night to Remember Impact Bright 2.0, supporting the Alzheimer Society of Montreal, 7 p.m., the Belvedere, 2 de la Commune St. W. Scott Broady, 514-516-1579; [email protected]; nighttoremember.goowi.com.
Nov. 12: 60 Million Girls’ ceremony fundraising conference, supporting girls’ apprenticeship projects in the developing world, 6 to 9 p.m., BAnQ, 475 de Maisonneuve Blvd. E. Affair and canapés. $100; tax cancellation $75. 514-234-1174; 60milliongirls.org.
Nov. 14: JDRF Dia-Beat-It Gala, in abutment of Type 1 diabetes research, 6 p.m., the Windsor Ballrooms, 1170 Peel St. Honorary president: Maarika Paul, controlling vice-president and CFO, Caisse de dépôt. $600; tables additionally available. Donations akin by CIHR. Affair (6 p.m.), banquet (7 p.m.), alive music, dancing, raffle and bashful auction. 514-744-5537; [email protected]; diabeatit.ca.
Nov. 15: Laughing My Diaper Off, ball fundraising accident with abecedarian Bob Saget of Full House, supports neonatal affliction at Shaare Zedek Medical Centre in Jerusalem, Corona Theatre, 2490 Notre-Dame St. W. Additionally featuring association leaders and personalities including airy baton Rabbi Jacobson, Deloitte arch adviser David Chitayat and Montreal Gazette Amusing Notes columnist Jennifer Campbell, who will be assuming standup routines. Tickets from $100. 19 event. lmdo.ca.
Nov. 16: West Island Women’s Shelter launches 40th ceremony at Pumps and Pearls Gala, 6 p.m., Château Vaudreuil Pavilion, 21700 Trans-Canada Highway. Beverly, 514-833-1294; [email protected]
Nov. 16: 12th ceremony of Rock for Dimes Montreal, benefiting March of Dimes Canada’s programs and casework for accouchement and adults with disabilities, 7 p.m., Corona Theatre, 2490 Notre-Dame St. W. Accumulated action of bands appearance abecedarian musicians aggressive for the appellation of their city’s best accumulated bandage afore a agenda of Canadian music industry professionals. 800-263-DIME (3463), Bounded 7258; [email protected]
Nov. 17: Montreal Chinese Hospital Foundation ceremony bright — The Forbidden City, Windsor Station, 1100 des Canadiens-de-Montréal Ave. $350. Linda Yee, 514-871-0961, Bounded 248; [email protected]
Nov. 17: Soirée En Or Gala, 6:30 p.m., La Gare Viger, 755 Berri St. Fundraising accident by the Montreal Accepted Hospital Foundation in accord with the Cedars Blight Foundation allowances the Affairs for Innovative Therapeutics in Chest and Esophageal-Gastric Cancers. Natalia Kalbarczyk, 514-656-6662, Bounded 228; [email protected]; cedars.ca.
Nov. 17: Lakeshore Accepted Hospital Foundation Ball, benefiting the hospital, 6 p.m., Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel, 800 Abode Leigh-Caprel. Food, wine, alive entertainment. Roxane Aubin, 514-630-2081; fondationlakeshore.ca.
Nov. 17: Le Bal de Diamant, celebrating the design ceremony of the Austrian Society of Montreal, benefiting SOS Children’s Villages, McGill’s Schulich Academy of Music, LOVE (Leave Out Violence), Alexander von Humdt International School, DSQ German accent schools and added adolescence initiatives, 7 p.m., Marriott Château Champlain, 1 Abode du Canada. Dancing in acceptable Viennese style. Alive orras, babe presentation, opera and ballet performance, door prize, casino, bashful auction, Viennese Heuriger wine alehouse until 3 a.m. Ball president: Astri Prugger. Accepted $275; 30 and beneath $175. Tickets 800-304-0193; debutantes 514-426-5272; [email protected]; balviennoisdemontreal.org (tickets additionally accessible online).
Nov. 18:MAB-Mackay Foundation presents an I Medici account concert with aqueduct Gilles Auger, benefiting the Adapted Driving Affairs at Constance Lethbridge, 4 p.m., Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul, 3415 Redpath St. Tickets: bit.ly/2EcueNL. Véronique, 514-488-0043, Bounded 1408; [email protected]
Nov. 18:Shield of Athena Ancestors Services’24th ceremony art auction, Le 1000, 1000 de la Gauchetière St. W. Acknowledging the Shield’s arrangement of casework and new Second Step Resource for women and adolescent victims of ancestors violence. Display and bashful bargain from 3 to 4:30 p.m., alive bargain from 5 p.m. Ambassadors include real acreage agent Tatiana Londono and Montreal Gazette Amusing Notes columnist Jennifer Campbell. $75; includes display and bashful auction, alive auction, accommodation for aperture award-winning and tail. Polly, 514-274-8117; shieldofathena.com.
Nov. 18:Spectrum Productions annual bright and screening, 5 to 9 p.m., Rialto Theatre, 5723 Parc Ave. Family-friendly screening showcasing the achievements of over 60 adolescence on the autism spectrum who created abbreviate films at Spectrum’s 2018 summer camps. productionsspectrum.com.
Nov. 18: ICRF Women of Action’s 13th annual luncheon, Le Windsor, 1170 Peel St. Honouring Debra Margles, president, Michael Kors Canada; Dale Boidman, member, lath of directors, Bladder Blight Canada, above controlling director, Bronfman Jewish Apprenticeship Centre; pediatric hemato-oncologist Dr. Nada Jabado. Co-chairs: Elyse Rosen, Alana Geller, Lindsay Hollinger, Shari Gordon Black. Keynote speaker: Pulitzer Prize-winning American announcer Jodi Kantor. 514-481-2723; icrfmontreal.org.
Nov. 21: Bright des Grands Chefs gourmet dinner. Committed to the Montreal business community, organized by the Canadian Blight Society, 5:30 to 10 p.m., Palais des congrès. Featuring seven gastronomic courses for 550 guests, able by top chefs in the region, with absolute wine account by arresting sommelier. Honorary presidents: Benoit Durand, arch advice officer, CAE; Anne Marchiori, controlling director, ample business, Telus. $550; tables $4,900. Sponsorship available. Michelle Barnabé, 514-255-5151, Bounded 25100; [email protected]
Nov. 22: Account concert for the Kidney Foundation of Canada, doors 6 p.m., concert 7:30 p.m., Maison symphonique. $250. Includes tail party; desserts and Champagne served afterwards the concert. Kidney.ca/concert.
Nov. 25:Just for Kids Foundation’s ceremony Glee Aerial Academy Showdown, 1 to 4 p.m., Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. W. Montreal aerial academy acceptance partake in singing and dancing antagonism to accession funds for medical accessories for the MCH and abutment initiatives convalescent affection of care. Chair: A. Greenberg. 514-989-7673; [email protected]; jfkglee.com.
Nov. 25: Ceremony ORT gala, benefiting ORT Montreal, 6 p.m., Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Abode des Arts. Ball by Classical Mystery Tour, a accolade to the Beatles in concert with the McGill Schulich Academy of Music and a symphony orra. Includes accession dînatoire. Emmanuel Kalles, 514-481-2787; [email protected]; ortmontreal.org.
Nov. 27: Cedars bargain and raffle soirée, 6 p.m., Le Windsor,1170 Peel St., Suite 110. Culinary stations. Supports MUHC psychosocial oncology program. Estelle Dussault, 514-656-6662, Bounded 221; [email protected]; cedars.ca.
Nov. 27: Lachine Hospital Foundation presents Chapleau and Aislin Alive — Deux Solid Dudes, L’Entrepôt, 2901 St-Joseph Blvd. $95. 514-637-2351, Bounded 77333; [email protected]
Nov. 28:Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom Hanukkah raffle, 7 p.m. Raffle draw, bashful auction, airship popping, entertainment. Gain go against the temple’s spiritual, cultural and educational programs. 514-937-3575, Bounded 214; [email protected]
Nov. 30: St. Andrew’s Society Ball, celebrating 183 years of Scottish heritage, bashful bargain gain abutment the Douglas Institute, affair 6:30 p.m., banquet 8 p.m., Marriott Château Champlain, 1 Abode du Canada. Honourees: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Munro Ferguson, of Novar. Chairperson: Marilyn Meikle Rochford. Formal atramentous dress, Highland dress, miniatures. Tickets: standrewsball.com; 514-842-2030; douglasfoundation.qc.ca.
Erika Ludwick, left, and Paulina Flores-Rutenberg array through a abundance of donations at aftermost year’s Toy Tea. The accident allotment in December, accession toys for accouchement in Quebec shelters. Allen McInnis / Montreal Gazette
Dec. 2: Hellenic Ladies Benevolent Society ceremony Christmas luncheon, benefits those beneath advantageous in the community, 12:30 p.m., 40 Westt, 2305 Trans-Canada Highway. Maggie Pagonis, 514-969-0000.
Dec. 2:B’nai Brith Music Brunch for Seniors, 10:30 a.m., Adath Synagogue, 223 Harrow Cres. Kosher brunch; dancing and ball by Andy Antonacci. Reservations: 514-482-4252.
Dec. 4 and 5:Donald Berman Maimonides Action of the Bands, VIP tail 5:30 p.m., MTelus, 59 Ste-Catherine St. E. Presenting sponsor: National Bank-Private Banking 1859. Appropriate guest: Steven Page, aforetime of Barenaked Ladies. Karen Flam, 514-483-2121, Bounded 2307.
Dec. 6: Cedars Blight Centre countdown gala, 6:30 p.m., Plaza Centre-Ville, 777 Robert-Bourassa Blvd. Allowances the blight affliction mission of the MUHC’s aggregation at Cedars Blight Centre. Stephanie Claxton, 514-656-6662, Bounded 227; [email protected]; cedars.ca.
Dec. 10: LOVE (Quebec)’s 25th-anniversary account concert with Kent Nagano and OSM musicians, 6 p.m., Bourgie Hall of the MMFA. 514-938-0006; [email protected]; loveorganization.ca.
Dec. 12: 27th ceremony Toy Tea, providing toys for 5,000-plus accouchement in Quebec shelters, 9 a.m to 2:30 p.m., Victoria Hall, 4626 Sherbrooke St. W. Performances by academy choirs. Admission: one new non-violent toy or donation. 514-792-8961.
Les amis de la montagne’s caliginosity snowshoe accident Tuques Bleues allotment in February. LES AMIS DE LA MONTAGNE
Feb. 2: Atramentous Theatre Workshop’s Vision Celebration Gala, 5:30 p.m., Omni Hotel, 1050 Sherbrooke St. W. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award honouree: Fabienne Colas. Dr. Clarence Bayne Association Account Award recipient: Nancy Oliver McKenzie. Cocktails, dinner, entertainment, dancing. Early birds $125; accepted $130; tax receipts available. Adele Benoit 514-932-1104, Bounded 221; Kym Dominique-Ferguson 514-932-1104, Bounded 223.
Feb. 4: Just for Kids Foundation’s Dancing With the Stars event, featuring alone and accumulation dancers, adopting funds to acquirement medical accessories for the MCH and to abutment initiatives convalescent affection of care, Le Windsor, 1170 Peel St. Chairs: Allyson Kassie, Arabella Decker. 514-989-7673; [email protected]; jfkfoundation.ca.
Feb. 8:Montreal AHEPA Family’s 20th ceremony St. Valentine’s Ball, benefiting P.K.’s Helping Hand at the MCH Foundation, Plaza Volare Accession Hall, Hotel Crowne Plaza Montreal. ahepamontreal.org.
Feb. 8: West Island Booze Affliction Residence 20th annual Valentine’s Ball, 6:30 p.m., Château Vaudreuil Pavilion, 21700 Trans-Canada Highway. Bashful auction. Attire: atramentous tie, atramentous gown. Jessica Newey, 514-693-1718, Bounded 227; [email protected]
Feb. 10:B’nai Brith Music Brunch for Seniors, 10:30 a.m., Adath Synagogue, 223 Harrow Cres. Kosher brunch; dancing and ball by Michael Rien. Reservations: 514-482-4252.
Feb. 14: Fondation Jeunes en Tête St. Valentine’s Ball, benefiting the foundation, 6 p.m., Windsor Station, 1100 des Canadiens-de-Montréal Ave. Cava Rose, 514-282-0767.
Feb. 16: CHW Montreal fundraiser, featuring BOOM X: The Music, Politics and Culture of Generation X, additional aliment and drink, 7:30 p.m., Segal Centre for Assuming Arts, 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine Rd. Chair: Susan Bercovitch. Accepted $118; beneath 35 $65. 514-933-8461.
Feb. 21: Accessible Minds/Ouverts d’esprit Smash the Stigma fundraiser, benefiting the Douglas Brainy Bloom University Institute Foundation, 6:30 p.m., Théâtre Paradoxe, 5959 Monk Blvd. Co-presidents: Anne-Marie Boucher, Debra Margles. Dress code: jeans chic. $200; $135 for 35 and under. 514-762-3003; [email protected]
Feb. 21: Tuques Bleues, Les amis de la montagne’s ceremony caliginosity chance on snowshoes, for the account of Mount Royal, 5:45 to 10 p.m. Snowshoes, gastronomic buffet, drinks. $250; tax cancellation $125. Sponsorships available. 514-843-8240, Bounded 243; [email protected], tuquesbleues.com.
Feb. 23: 12th-anniversary Women of Hope Masquerade Gala, benefiting the Canadian Blight Society, 6 p.m., Le Crystal, 5285 Henri-Bourassa Blvd. W. Dancing, full-course meal, accessible bar, raffle, aperture prizes, etc. $130 tickets/donations: 514-696-9873; womenofhope.ca. $20 tax cancellation issued per admission and accommodating tax cancellation for all donations.
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