for him spring 2014
tea time and gardening
Always dreamed of embarking on the “Great American Roadtrip”? Well, now you can live vicariously through Josh and Justen in Out in GayCities, a web series by GayCities.com presented by Lexus. Follow along the friends, both New Yorkers, explore the West Coast together. The five-episode series includes stops in San Francisco, Paso Robles, Los Angeles and Hollywood. Find it online at www.gaycities.com.
Enjoy a cup of tea with a side of art as part of the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s Tea & Tour program. Taking place the third Wednesday of the month, AGH docents will conduct tours of selected exhibitions followed by tea and discussion in the Café at AGH. The tours take place Wednesday afternoons at 3 p.m. and are the cost of gallery admission plus $4. For more tour schedules, visit www.artgalleryofhamilton.com.
Now is the time to start planning your summer vegetable garden. When it comes to embracing the local food movement, what could be more local than food grown in your own backyard? If you don’t have a backyard or an area suitable to grow, fret not – many communities across the country have community gardening programs that allow you to sharpen your green thumb alongside others. In Vancouver, the city has compiled a handy list: http://vancouver.ca/people-programs/community-gardens.aspx
The bitterly cold winter we just experienced is more than enough reason to plan a lot of outdoor activities for when the warmer weather finally arrives. In Toronto, the Muddy York Rugby Team’s season gets underway May 1 and runs until April 30 the following year. It’s a progressive, all-inclusive rugby club in the GTA that provides the sport of rugby to the gay community and their friends. Most games are played May through September and practices head indoors from January through April. To join, visit www.muddyyork.ca for details.
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