After selling her Grace restaurant in Toronto, Lesle pursued her love for events, weddings and wine with her new event company. EventsbyGrace.

 “I love having a dinner party every night – and getting it right.” Lesle Gibson
Events was a natural move for Lesle and EventsbyGrace allows her to focus on what she does best, planning and creating remarkable events and experiences.  Attention to detail and dedication to her clients has made Lesle one of the city’s most recognized and celebrated hosts by her peers.
Over the past twenty years, Gibson’s career spans over the two cities of Toronto and Los Angeles.
After a successful launch of a trio of bars and eateries in Toronto, Lesle expanded to L.A where she hosted endless A-Listers such as Brad Pitt, Justin Timberlake and Matthew McConaughey. Larger events including Janet Jackson’s 40th birthday and John Mayer’s Hollywood Bowl Party are other great successes for the restaurateur. Back in Toronto Lesle has worked with the Mulroney family from private intimate family dinners to large lavish parties and weddings.
EventsbyGrace combines many years of experience with Lesle’s natural, personal touch. A balance of professionalism and personality, with an eye for detail, that she embodies. Gibson has perfected her skills as one of the city’s premier party planners. Countless wine events, corporate parties and weddings, makes Lesle the choice for clients with discerning tastes.
Looking for an exclusive venue? EventsbyGrace boosts two unique private venues with packages to meet every need. Exchange vows by Wilmot Creek the runs through the Gibson’s picturesque Orono farm. Or get married at the Gibson family Estate which that dates back to 1834. With a team of local talent, a gourmet market, the perfect farm setting with a touch of city flair comprises the Algoma Orchards.
If you are looking for an event planner with style, grace and a prestigious clientele list, contact Lesly Gibson today!

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