Neighbourhood Lemonade Stand

Remember Lucy’s Lemonade Stand? This is like Charlie Brown, but better. Join us on the Terrace to soak up some sun, free advice, helpful resources, and PWYC bicycle repairs! Spend the afternoon hanging out with special guests from Means of Production, Meridian Credit Union, the Ontario Arts Council, Paprika Festival, Send it Courier, and more. Conversations will be taking place around picnic tables, and folks are encouraged to listen in and share. Cycle to the theatre, have your burning money and art questions answered, and get your bike summer-ready — all while enjoying a fresh cup of pink lemonade!  🚲🍋💗 

RSVP on Paprika’s Eventbrite to secure your free 30-minute consultation with Rebecca from Means of Production, or drop in to chat with the other guests! PWYC Bike Repairs are cash only. 

Neighbourhood Lemonade Stand

  • Means of Production Host: Rebecca Vandevelde
  • Ontario Arts Council Host: Daniel Carter
  • Meridian Credit Union Host: Stephanie Eic
  • Paprika Host: Keshia Palm


Part of the 2024 Festival

  • May 16 at 3:30


Daniels Spectrum Artscape Terrace

250-585 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON M5A 2B7
Entrance off of Regent Park Blvd or through Artscape Building


Artscape strives to provide equal treatment to and equitable benefits of its services, programs and facilities in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities.

  • The Dundas Street entrance through the Ada Slaight Hall provides barrier-free access to the building
  • Two elevators are located in the South Lobby
  • All floors have accessible washrooms and stalls, as well as accessible drinking fountains
  • Signage throughout the building is written in Braille

Means of Production is building a support network with shared resources for freelance Production Managers, Technical Directors, and related Arts Workers. We advocate for a safe, equitable, and supportive work culture rooted in creating the conditions for workers to thrive in the gig economy.

Meridian Credit Union is the largest credit union in Ontario, with more than 365,000 members.

The Ontario Arts Council provides grants to Ontario-based individual artists and arts professionals, ad hoc groups, collectives and organizations. OAC Grants support arts education, Indigenous arts, community arts, crafts, dance, Francophone arts, literature, media arts, multidisciplinary arts, music, theatre, touring, and visual arts. 

Paprika Theatre Festival is a 23-year old performing arts company that offers emerging artists and arts administrators access to paid opportunities, mentorships, and hands-on labs to develop their artistic practices and gain professional experience in production and arts management. This work culminates in a performing arts festival of new work by young and emerging artists in the Greater Toronto Area.

Send It Courier is Toronto’s sustainable courier service, offering offer same-day and next-day delivery by bike and cargo bike.