By: Rebecca Feigelsohn

On Monday, hundreds gathered in David Pecault Square in downtown Toronto for a flash-mob style potluck dinner hosted by Kitchen Aid supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Being a flash-mob, the secret location of the event was only revealed at 5:00pm day-of, providing added excitement and anticipation to the spontaneous al-fresco dining that was to follow. Diners arrived with picnic basket in tow, and were greeted with a complementary glass of wine and pink accents to add to their uniform white wardrobes. The night entertainment included a band and a DJ, as well as a ‘photo-booth’ and silent auction of KitchenAid Raspberry Ice Artisan Stand Mixers. The PINKnic was an event to raise funds and awareness about Breast Cancer, and if you didn’t get a chance to make it out this year, keep your ears open for the next!

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Rebecca Feigelsohn is a Toronto based editorial intern for Good Food Revolution. She recently completed her BA in English at McGill University and loves all things sweet. Follow her as she profiles Toronto pastry chefs @GoodFoodRevInt