Due to popular demand, the MST is pleased to announce a repeat session of 12 Easy Genera: An Introduction to Field Identification of Mushrooms, on Monday, August 12th.
This popular course will be given by Kathy Vatcher. It focuses on common genera of gilled mushrooms, boletes and other fungi which can be identified fairly easily in the field. This is a general introduction to identification and does not specifically focus on edible species.
It will be held in the Garden Hall at the Toronto Botanical Garden. Doors will be open at 7:00pm for members who wish to bring in mushrooms for identification. This will be followed by a 2-hour presentation beginning at 7:30pm. There will be a short break for refreshments.
The course is available to MST members only and will be limited to 85 participants. The cost of the course is $10 per person and pre-registration is required. Please register by August 5th, 2019.
Friday September 13th to Sunday September 15th
Lumina Resort Muskoka
Please join us at this year's Cain Foray, our annual weekend of mushrooming in the wilderness!
The Cain is a weekend of finding, learning, friendship and fun. Rain or shine, the camaraderie is always enjoyable. Our resident group of mycologists and special guests will offer you fascinating insights into the intriguing world of mushrooms.
This year's Cain Foray is from September 13th - 15th at the Lumina Resort in Muskoka.
The Cain Foray weekend includes:
- BBQ reception on Friday evening
- Keynote speaker Garrett Taylor
- Guided forays on Saturday and Sunday
- Informative talks on mushrooms
- Beach bonfire on Saturday evening
- A fantastic mushroom cookup and pot-luck lunch on Sunday
- Dinner of Friday, all meals on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday
- 2 nights resort-style accommodation, and use of the resort's amenities
Expert mycologists are on hand all weekend to discuss and identify your mushroom finds!
More details and online registration are available at https://www.myctor.org/cain.
On April 29th, 2019 the MST members present at the Annual General Meeting voted to confirm the proposal of the Board of Directors to transition the Mycological Society of Toronto to a nonprofit corporation under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act.
This transition included a new set of bylaws, which can be found on the MST Policies page.
We are very pleased to announce that our Spring Mushroom Dinner will be held on Monday, May 27th at our favourite Piatto Restaurant.
Please join us for an evening of fun, friendship and fine dining!
It's always a sell-out so reserve early.
The price is $65 per person. Please pay online at http://www.myctor.org/events/dinner.