39 Colborne St
Toronto, ON M5E 1E3
In partnership with
JOIN US AND BRING A GUEST, FOR AN EVENING OF NETWORKING IN A COMFORTABLE SETTING. NOW WITH A WIDER SELECTION OF FOOD AND YOUR CHOICE OF HOUSE RED OR WHITE WINE, BEER ON TAP OR ANY KIND, OR ANY MIXED DRINK USING OUR BAR RAIL.
Regular tickets (include dinner and 1 drink):
Members $50, Non-Memb $65
Special for Regular tickets only ~ Register online and save $5 (before 9 am May 16th) : Members $45, Non-Memb $60 – online tickets no longer available, join us and pay at the door, we will be upstairs!
Networking Only (include 1 drink):
Members $25, Non-Memb $30
All rates include HST ~ We will have door prizes!!!
Location: PJ O’Brien’s Pub ~ 39 Colborne St, Toronto
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