Indie Events Roundup: July 6 – 12

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This Saturday is the first ever Toronto Book Swap at The Central! 

Monday, July 6

HALIFAX

Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids, 8pm, The Company House, 2202 Gottingen St, $12 advance only

It’s what it sounds like! Which is loads of fun!

Tuesday, July 7

TORONTO

Amber Dawn, Sassafras Lowrey and Alex Butler, 7:30pm, Glad Day Bookshop, 598a Yonge St, free

The launch for books by three queer heroes from across the land!

Mortar Volume 3 Launch, 7:30pm, Free Times Café, 320 College St, PWYC

Common Cause Toronto launches the third volume of their journal of anarchist theory.

Wednesday, July 8

Raconteurs Storytelling: Sports, 7:30pm, Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave, $10

Raconteurs celebrate the Pan Am Games by telling tales of sports and related doings.

The Sophisticated Boom Boom 21, 10pm, The Ossington, 61 Ossington Ave, PWYC

Emma Healey headlines this fun monthly reading, which includes an open mic.

Friday, July 10

TORONTO

New Queer Tarot Launch, 7pm, Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives, 34 Isabella St, PWYC

The long awaited launch of She Is Sitting in the Night: Revisioning Thea’s Tarot. Oliver Pickle will be reading both book bits and tarot throughout the night.

Saturday, July 11

Toronto Book Swap, 1pm-6pm, The Central 603 Markham St, free

Leave a book, take a book! Or multiply that by 20! The ever-inventive Andrew Woodrow-Butcher (also a Broken Pencil reviewer) has created the much needed book swapping meet up of your dreams. Come leave some good condition, interesting books that you’re done with and find some new ones for your collection. A note: this is not an event to empty out your basement. People dumping large quantities of books will be turned away.

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