Saturday April 30, 2015
11am – 2 pm.
- A delicious variety of teas provided by Galaxy Teas
- Tickets for a special door prize
- Tasty treats to tantalize your taste-buds
- A free 4 x 6 photo from our photo booth, where you’ll have your choice of one of many Star Wars backdrops.
Costumes aren’t required but are encouraged!
Due to high attendance levels, we will again have timed seatings. We feel that this makes for a more enjoyable experience for all those attending, and allow our members to maximize their time at Ad Astra.
A limited number of spaces for each seating will be available for advance reservation through a signup sheet at the Info Desk. The remainder of the tickets for each seating will be available at the door starting 10 minutes before each seating begins. Please note: If you reserve a spot and do not show up by the time the event is starting, your space may be given away. Reserved spots do not need to be paid for in advance.
Frequently Asked Questions
What: Star Wars-themed Tea and Raffle in support of Autism Ontario
Where: Room TBD, Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel
When: Saturday, April 30 with seatings at 11am, noon and 1pm.
Cost: Minimum suggested donation of $7. Admission includes tea sampling sponsored by “Galaxy Teas”, treats, one raffle ticket plus a souvenir photo of you featured in one of several Star Wars themed backdrops.
Raffle: The raffle portion of this fundraiser will run all weekend with opportunities to win some fun and unusual Star Wars-themed prizes. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased either at the tea party or throughout the weekend at the info desk where information about the raffle items will be available. The raffle drawing will take place on Sunday. Raffle tickets are $1 each.
Food Allergen Alert
It is very important for people with food allergies to note that Ad Astra can not, and does not, accept any responsibility for the “potential allergy contents” of the food or drink served by the Convention. While every effort will be made to avoid cross-contamination (e.g.: peanut oil from the peanut butter cookies ending up on the chocolate chip cookies) these things can, and will, happen. It is the sole responsibility of the person with the allergies to decide if a food or drink item is “safe” for their personal allergy condition.