HYGGE

A Celebration of Winter

 

 

Friday, February 22

 

at historic Campbell House Museum

160 Queen St West at University Ave

To be rescheduled

 

A magical evening of firelight and candlelight, food and old-fashioned activities in a stunning historic building, nestled in the heart of downtown Toronto.

Hygge – the Scandinavian tradition of celebrating the simple beauties of life means that we’ll shut out the bustle and stress, gather by the fire and play table games, roast chestnuts, listen to poetry, music and stories, talk, enjoy delicious food, mulled wine and more.

Youll even find quiet corners where you can just relax with a book and a mug of hot cider.

There will be a different activity in each beautiful room, with open fires and candles everywhere, hot drinks served from the hearth, and a tempting array of hot and cold foods.

 

$65 inclusive; cash bar. Food, hot cider and all activities are included. Pre-registration is required.

Please note: ID may be requested of those purchasing alcoholic drinks.

Hygge Menu

Registration Form

PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE SWITCHING TO AN AUTOMATED TICKETING SYSTEM, AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE MAKE THE TRANSITION. 

Contact us at (416) 578-1031 or danceweavers at gmail dot com

 

Danceweavers

Karen Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, museums, schools and the community. For more information on her events and classes, click on the links below.

 

    

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

A Danceweavers Presentation

JaneAustenDancing, 1812DanceCanada, York Regency Society

Toronto English Country Dancers
for information on modern English Country dance in Toronto

Page updated February 19, 2019