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February 29th
6:00PM EST
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The details
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Our February dinner is a curated list of VIP individuals brought together with intentionality. We are bringing together leaders from across diverse sectors to break bread together, engage in in inspiring and thought provoking conversations, and take a bit of a respite from the every day. 

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Our February dinner will be held inside a unique venue: a  local art ceramics studio Goji Studio.

The Asian fusion family-style meal with a mix of seafood and meats will be created by the talented Chef Ken Yau, the creator behind Toronto's hottest supper club k.dinners.

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Price

Our price is inclusive of full dinner and guided conversation and activities.

$180+hst

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About Location and Chef
At Goji Studio, we explore the play between ceramics and food; providing an unparalleled experience for our dinner guests by creating the tableware their dishes are plated on.The name, “Goji Studio” is derived from goji berries, which are native to Asia and are traditionally used for medicinal properties that help obtain longevity and stamina. In the spirit of the berries, Goji Studio is a space that’s healthy for the mind and soul; a place to replenish.


Chef Ken Yau is the creator of Toronto's popular k.Dinners, which are always evolving and changing, reflecting Chef Ken's ever-changing view of the world.
Today, his plates center on the revival of old traditions, rediscovering generations of family recipes and cherished techniques from his Taishan and Hakka heritage.
Food connects us to our history, to our present, but also can connect us to our future, such as when we meet new friends at k.Dinners.Today, his plates center on the revival of old traditions, rediscovering generations of family recipes and cherished techniques from his Taishan and Hakka heritage.
Connecting for Change
The theme of this dinner is the exploration of fostering work environments where people can feel good and do good work, for themselves, the company and the world. 

Throughout the multiple course family style dinner  Snjezana Pruginic, Founder of Circle Point Wellness and your host, will guide curated conversations, reflections, and moments of relaxed connection around the theme of the event.

You will leave inspired in how you approach your work, how you build or support a team, and how you drive change in all areas which matter to you.

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