The Hart House Alumni Committee invites you to join students and alumni for a convivial and stimulating evening in the company of our informative and entertaining guest speaker: our new Warden Bruce Kidd.
The evening will begin with a reception during which you will have an opportunity to chat with our guest while consuming hors d’oeuvres and drinks. An intimate 3-course dinner (sustainably catered by Hart House Chef Marco Tucci and his staff, and always seasonal, fresh, cosmopolitan and absolutely delicious) follows, accompanied with wines, after which Dr. Kidd will discuss “Hart House: Past, Present and Future”. The presentation is followed by a lively discussion with the audience.
- Baby Spinach with Bosc Pear & Pecorino, finished with Aged Sherry Vinaigrette
- Citrus Glazed Pacific Salmon accompanied by Roasted Seasonal Vegetables and Sautéed Green Beans (vegetarian: Wild Mushroom Farrotto)
- Apple Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream and Hart House Farm Maple Syrup
When: Wed. Oct. 17
Where: Reception – 6:00 – 6:30 pm, North Dining Room, Hart House
Dinner – 6:30 – 9:00 pm, South Dining Room, Hart House
Both rooms are located on the 2nd floor of Hart House, at the west end across from the Music Room.
Tickets: Available online from Uofttix or by phone at 416.978.8849
6-Pack before Oct. 5: $311.00
3-Pack before Oct. 5: $183.00
6-Pack after Oct. 5: $350.00
3-Pack after Oct. 5: $186.00
Prices include HST.
About Dr. Bruce Kidd
Bruce Kidd was a 15-year-old high school student when he first frequented Hart House in 1958 to train with the U of T track and field team. Half a century later, he has been appointed the 11th Warden of Hart House.
As a long-distance competitor in the 1960s, Dr. Kidd won virtually every award and recognition available to an elite Canadian athlete. He was a gold and bronze medalist at the 1962 Commonwealth Games and was a member of the 1964 Canadian Olympic team.
He is the past Dean of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education. He has authored or edited 10 books and hundreds of articles, papers, lectures, plays and scripts on sports and culture. In 2004, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.
For more information, please contact:
Phillip Khaiat: 416.483.5829 / Khaiatp18email@example.com
Matt Dreger: 647.669.4570 / firstname.lastname@example.org