I was looking for an opportunity to try new experiences and make new friends at the same time so I was really glad to find her-people. It forced me out of my comfort zone in a great way. It was exciting to meet new people that I wouldn't otherwise get a chance to. Rebecca & Elle are lovely hosts!
her-people was a bright light during the month of February. Getting to connect with other women in a casual way gave me the motivation to get out of the house during a month of hibernation. All around, such a positive experience.
her-people provides an avenue for women living busy, professional lives to unwind during the week in a comfortable, friendly and loving environment. It often felt like a supportive/therapeutic setting where like-minded women from different walks of life can connect and create a sense of community.
After setting a goal of getting back in touch with my artistic side, her-people slid into my Instagram feed and I was sold. Would definitely recommend to any women looking to create more + connect with women in Toronto.
This was the cutest experience I've had in a while! I don't know a better word. A curated experience for women to gather around, do something creative, chat about life while drinking tea and eating chocolate. I looked forward to it each week.
Upcoming experiences: June 2019
Join us on Wednesdays or Thursdays in Downtown Toronto in June. Make meaningful connections with 15 like-minded women, while exploring Plants & Gardening, Candle Making & Essential Oil Rollerball Perfume DIY, Introduction to Flat Lay Photography (smartphone or DSLR) + a her-pages book club discussion. All supplies & materials included.$195
Connect with like-minded women
New creative focus each week
Living busy lives in the city, we’ve spent the last few years attending women events, various creative classes, book clubs, the list goes on. As it turns out, we realized we weren’t alone. This inherent desire to find like-minded people and explore our creativity left us wondering - can we achieve both in a more meaningful way? These conversations became the seed of an idea that has since turned into her-people.