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Entertaining on Bloor Street

Event Management - Event and Exhibit Design students have once again participated in Bloor Street Entertains - an annual charity event that has raised more than $5 million for AIDS research in Canada.

The event was held on Thursday, Nov. 25, featuring multi-course dinners crafted by some of the city's best chefs, served in boutiques and galleries in the prestigious Bloor-Yorkville area.

Led by Professor and Program Co-ordinator, John MacBride, faculty and alumni, students had the opportunity to plan, design and execute the decor at Strellson, Victorianox Swiss Army and Liss Gallery. They transformed  the venues into intimate, elegant dining spaces, complete with one-of-a-kind floral arrangements, hand-crafted centerpieces and custom menus.

More photos are available on the Seneca Fashion Flickr site.

Bloor Street Entertains is presented by CANFAR, the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research which raises awareness to generate funds for research into all aspects of HIV infection and AIDS.