• TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

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  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

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  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

    4 comments
  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

  • FRENCH / SPANISH LANGUAGE EXCHANGE
    Hi all Welcome to the French/Spanish meetup. Join us the third Monday of each month for a more formal and organized event to speak and practice both French and Spanish languages. You will share your skills with other that want to practice these two beautiful languages. The purpose is to improve your French and your Spanish proficiency level. You will alternate every 15 minutes between the two languages. We encourage all of you to change partners every 15 minutes. Sometimes we will announce a topic and you will chat about that topic in a small group or in pair. Donation: This event is free but we would appreciate if you want to share the annual expenses to insure the on-going success of this event. We have created a campaign on GoFundMe where you can donate the amount you wish. Donate at: https://www.gofundme.com/french-meetup-toronto&rcid=r01-153763973192-badaec53d4224f0b&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w The team Pierre Gilbert Anne Michaux Douglas Purdy Do you need some French lesson? Go to: Drop-in French Conversation Lessons (http://www.meetup.com/frenchlesson/)

    The Fox and The Fiddle (Bloor / St George)

    280 Bloor St West · Toronto, ON

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  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

    1 comment
  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

  • TorontoBabel: Halloween Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    Halloween night is coming and we will have it at Babel this Wednesday. Wear your Halloween costume and at the end of the night the winner will get a complimentary drink from the venue for the best costume! Join and let's make this night spooky and fun!!! OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

    1 comment
  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON

    5 comments
  • TorontoBabel: Language & Cultural Exchange Night
    OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Take advantage of it with TorontoBabel! Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages. At a regular TorontoBabel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Don't be shy! Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome! TorontoBabel gatherings take place in a bar with music in the background and plenty of pool tables. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening. Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. This could be a passport, a driver's licence etc. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. The minimum drinking age in Ontario is 19. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time! The objective is to practice your language skills in real life with native speakers and have fun while doing it. HOW IT WORKS TorontoBabel is a language exchange group. You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If it's your first time attending a TorontoBabel event, please introduce yourself to the organizer, Eduardo. He will direct you to native speakers of the language you are interested in. The organizer will also introduce you to people who want to learn your language. We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. and will show you where they are. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! Please remember to talk to us first, so we know who's who. IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. Wednesday gatherings start at 7 p.m. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. How to Babel: 1. Be open-minded! We are a very diverse group. You'll meet people from all over the world. Enjoy the chance to have the international experience in Toronto! 2. Ask the organizer! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! 3. We usually take photos. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. If you don't want to take photos, no problem. Just let us know. We will remove them. QUESTIONS? If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. We will do our best to make sure you have a positive experience! Everyone is welcome! Remember, this group is a hobby for us; we run it just for fun, we love it and we hope you will love it too! Check out the calendar ( http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/#calendar ) to see what other events we have coming up and to RSVP. CONTACT Valentina (if you have questions, feel free to contact Valentina at http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel Media attention: http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Me... (http://www.meetup.com/TorontoBabel/pages/Media_attention_for_TorontoBabel/)

    Upstairs @ The Rivoli

    334 Queen St. W · Toronto, ON