What to do during the Holidays?

School HolidaysWith the success of the January School Holiday workshops, we’ve now released the April workshop dates. Here’s what’s going on…

8833-15We love Pirates at the Workies, so our Pirate Party is back on Tuesday 11 April from 11am. Suitable for children 4 to 12 years of age, everyone party attendee can dress-up, join in the fun, games an activities with prizes for our best pirate and more.

Everyone loves Lego, even the big kids, so this time we’ve launched two Lego Workshops. Wednesday 12 and Wednesday 19 April. A Pirate Lego Workshop and an Underwater Lego Workshop. Hosted by a qualified Lego builder and representative, there will be building competitions, games, activities and prizes. The Lego workshops are a little more involved and are open to children 6 to 12 years of age.

Then to finish us up we’ve got one for all the Mermaids at heart, with an Underwater Party on Tuesday 18 April. Proudly presented by our Mermaid Host there will be games, activities and prizes. We’re hoping to see everyone’s mermaid scales and beautiful tails. This party is suitable for children 4 to 12 years of age.mermaid10

Each party and workshop is accompanied by lunch, a drink and a qualified party host. The only condition is, parents or guardians must remain on the premises, as the parties and workshops are not a creche or care program.

Tickets for each of parties and workshops can be purchased from the Club or by phoning 49592011. Tickets are $15 per child. Reservations cannot be held without a paid ticket. We do prefer that all tickets are purchased in advance as there is only 30 spots per party available.

You can also find, all our details on the webpage and under our Facebook Events.

We look forward to seeing all of our little pirates, lego master builders (in the making) and mini mermaids.

Happy School Holidays
Club Managament
Toronto Workers Club Group


Magic & Balloons & Fun…Oh My!

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There’ll be magic and balloons and fun…oh my! For the first time, Toronto Workers Club brings you “Under the Bigtop“, another staff created event.

Themed around the circus and Children’s entertainment, we are pleased to welcome our Kids Comedy Magic Show, Balloon Twisting, Ring Master Face Painting, Live Music, Cotton Candy Drinks, Classic Carnival Food and much more.

Under the Bigtop 2017_2Children’s entertainment starts from 4pm in the Main Lounge with a specially designed Comedy Kids Magic Show. The stars of the show will then hang around after the show for some superb Balloon Twisting.

Moving into the Kids Area of Indulge, we’ve got our very talented Ring Master with Face Painting from 6pm. This all ties in with our Kids Eat Free promotion from 5.30pm.

All of our Children’s entertainment on the day is completely free. Member or non-member, you can bring the kids and join in for Free!

Live Music will commence from approx 8pm in the Main Lounge with Chad Shuttleworth Duo. Giving you some dance floor tracks to boogie to until Midnight. Want to join in the fun? Why not dress-up as well. Under the Bigtop 2017_3

The Toronto Workers team will be in their best circus attire. Animals, Ring Masters, Trapeze Artists, they’re going all out and we’d love to see your outfits too! Our Team does it for fun and to ensure you, as our customers, enjoy the day as much as we do.

Love the carnival food? All that delicious stuff you would enjoy at the circus and show? Well we’ve got it as well. Including a Cotton Candy Cocktail, Cotton Candy Mocktail and a Cotton Candy Shake. All available from 9am at the Main Bar and Cafe.

Under the Bigtop 2017_4Since it’s a Saturday, our big day will be even bigger running in conjunction with the Mega Super Saturday $20,000 promotion. So be sure to make your reservations at Indulge. Saturday night bookings are now essential and can be done by phoning 49592011.


We look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
“Where’s your will to be Weird?” – Jim Morrison

Toronto Workers Club Group


The Buddy Holly Story


Buddy Holly; born 1936, passed in 1959. Buddy produced distinctive and influential music which still today, travels the music scene.

All Things Entertainment is proud to present The Buddy Holly Tribute Show with the Great Rock’n’Roll Party on Saturday 18 March 2017. All of Buddy’s top hits and many more will be featured in this fantastic tribute show.

“That’ll Be the Day” was written and recorded in 1957 with The Crickets. 60 years later, this track will hit our stage along with “Peggy Sue”, “It Don’t Matter Anymore”, “Rave On”, “Oh Boy”, “Be Bop a Lula”, and many other favourites. This will then lead into The Great Rock’n’Roll Party and is suited for any talented Rock’n’Roll, Swing & Lindy Bop Dancers.

buddyhollyBuddy Holly’s lasting impact on music is still apparent today. This tribute show travels Australia celebrating Buddy Holly’s life and continually brings his music back to life…in front of live audiences.

This is a tribute show, that’s not to be passed up. Early Bird tickets to this show are on sale for $15 until Wednesday March 1. Tickets will increase to $20 from March 2. So get in early and get them discounted.

Tickets can be purchased from Club Reception or by phoning the Ticket Box Office on (02) 49592011 with credit card payment facilities. Show starts at 8pm (with doors open from 7.30pm)

Why not make a night of it? Make a reservation and Indulge at the Workies prior to the show. Phone: 49592011 to make your reservation. We’ve got a Buddy Holly Seafood Trawler Plate special up for grabs on the night for only $15! Includes hot and cold seafood, condiments and fresh garden salad.

We look forward to partying with you from 8pm in the Toronto Workers Club Auditorium, Saturday 18 March 2017.

Footy | Pizza | Beer


The trial games have started, the teams are warming up and we’re chilling the beer. NRL Season is here with the opening game between the Sharks and Broncos. In conjunction with the launch of the season, Foxtel delivered some exciting news with their brand new 24/7 Footy dedicated channel. Which means, every game LIVE will be shown on our Dual 80″ screens in the main lounge.

footy-pizza-beer-2017This year, we’re giving you something a little different to enjoy the footy with. A combination of Footy, Pizza & Beer. You literally don’t have to leave the main lounge to order any of those items, so you’ll never miss a try.

Jugs of Beer and fresh Pizzas will be available for order from the main bar from 4pm until 8pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the NRL Season. If a jug of beer isn’t your thing, both of our Happy Hours (including our new Saturday one), will fall within our Footy Pizza Beer time. So if it’s schooners you prefer, you can get them even cheaper (conditions do apply though).

We’ve uploaded everything you need to know about our Footy, Pizza, Beer campaign on our website and we encourage you to check it out and share it with your mates. It’s a suggestion for members to register their mobile phone number and the acceptance of SMS messages with Reception to receive random Footy Pizza Beer promotions. If you’re not a member, it’s probably a good time to join to reap fantastic benefits (even for our $20K a week draws…that’s a different story). footy-tipping-marketing

If you want to check out the draw, click here. It’s all too easy. And while you’re at it, register for our Footy Tipping competition (registrations close Wednesday 1 March 2017). It’s an easy way to compete with your mates and be in the running to win a pool of cash.

Until kick-off, we wish you and your teams Luck during the entire season.

See you soon,
Toronto Workers Club Group Club Management

Bringing It Back

We’ve located the LED floor and found our combs for our afros. We’re ready to party on Saturday night with the Solid Gold Party and Dave Cochrane. Oh, you don’t know what we’re talking about? Let me catch you up to speed…

retro-revival-2017_ad-1Saturday 18 February will see the retro dance floor come back with all your favourite tracks, cocktails and dinners thanks to the Club’s Retro Revival evening. Even the team is involved with the day providing them an outlet to get inspired. That is, they can come dressed as the best 60’s, 70’s or 80’s dance floor queen (or king) for their own satisfaction.

The Club will open at 9am with the team dressed to impress from the time we open to the time we close. Retro-Tails (which are all your favourite old fashioned cocktails) will be available for purchase from the main bar from 9am.

The Cafe and Indulge then become involved with your old favourite retro treats and dishes (including the good old apricot chicken).

From 8.30pm Dave Cochrane brings the dance party to our LED light up dance f
loor with all your favourite tracks from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. There’s even prizes for you to be involved. Prizes for the Best Retro Revival Outfit & Best Retro Dance Moves. Make sure you come prepared because I hear the dance competition will be “hot”!retro-revival-2017_ad-2

Don’t worry, we have’t forgotten about the littlies. The kids can join in from 6pm until 8pm with their very own Free Kids (80’s themed) Disco. This will be featured in the main kids area and hosted by our very own party hosts from Party Star. Even the kids get their own dress-up (80’s style). This gives you permission to get our the hair crimper, thousands of bangles and fluro attire. Oh, and they even eat free in Indulge from 5.30pm.

Retro Revival is here for you, here for the staff and here for Saturday 18 February 2017 only. Don’t miss it. It’s that one time that we will accept your rainbow flares, platform shoes and big hair (no judgement here). Enjoy it!

Toronto Workers Club Group

Valentine’s Visitor: Glinda S. Glider

This year we spent Valentine’s Day with a special little friend, Glinda the Squirrel Glider.

Glinda the Squirrel Glider is the Ambassador for the Awaba Conservation Area and Scribbly Gum Reserve and is currently on a Dessert Trail Adventure.

Glinda the Squirrel Glider visiting the Toronto Workers Club Indulge Cafe for a “little extra love” on Valentine’s Day

I was recently contacted by Glinda to arrange a visit with the Club to try our desserts at the Indulge Cafe. To my surprise Glinda had planned a loving Valentine’s Day visit. This morning she was “in love” with our Rocky Road Slice swirled with Strawberry Syrup and some extra “love” hearts on the side.

Glinda’s Dessert Trail Adventure promotes tourism in the West Lake Macquarie area. While travelling she has one job; to assist the LT Creek Sustainable Neighbourhood Group advocate for the formalisation of the Awaba Conservation Area by developing Scribbly Gum Reserve to conserve the bush land and it’s biodiversity. This includes environmental education, research and a tourist facility at the Scribbly Gum Reserve, promoting a rail train from Awaba train station to Myuna Sport & Rec Centre and a link to the historic Wangi Power Station.

Glinda is a clever little glider and the Club was pleased to be part of such a unique visit. It’s not very often we allow furry little creatures through our door, but when we do, they’re cute and come with a high priority agenda.

If you’re interested in learning more about Glinda the Squirrel Glider, you can catch her on Flickr with her adventure albums, on her Twitter account or by staying in touch with The Scribbly Gum Reserve Group. Alternatively you contact Glinda and send an email to:  glindaglider2016@gmail.com .

We’re glad to have met Glinda and we look forward to another one of her visit’s shortly. Perhaps with some news of her adventures and progress.

Happy travels, Glinda. We wish you all the best and support your journey.

The Team from Toronto Workers Club Group.

$2,000 to the Leukaemia Foundation

Each year the Club provides support through the Club Grants scheme to charities, support groups, sporting clubs and more.

This financial year The Leukaemia Foundation was one of our Category 1 recipients. Received $2,000 towards their Economic Hardship Program.

This program assists the foundation to care continually care for patients and families who are living with Leukaemia, Lymphoma, Myeloma and other blood related disorders.

Donations to the Leukaemia Foundation also assist to fund cutting edge research into finding a cure.

Supporting the Community is a Core Value of the Toronto Workers Club Group and we strive to assist those in need where possible.

Stay tuned for more Club Grants articles to follow.