On Tuesday September 11th, the University of Toronto Students’ Union closed down all of St. George Street from College to Harbord to host a first ever students’ street festival. What better opportunity for the GSA to roast a traditional lamb! Arriving at 7:15AM, we set up our charcoal spit and began roasting the 41 pound baby lamb. As the day progressed, and the lamb began to cook, thousands of students poured through the street welcomed by multiple food vendors and a sample of all the clubs U of T has to offer. The biggest spectacle however, was the GSA and our lamb roast. Throughout the day, we signed up 70 new members and welcomed any questions directed to our group, the lamb, and what we do on campus. Special thanks to all of the executives who devoted their entire day to this set-up, the UTSU for allowing us to roast our lamb, Uncle Jimmy Panagiotoulias who helped prepare, cook, and cut up the lamb, to all of our members that came out, and to Kostas Meat Market for generously subsidizing the lamb for us!