Indie Events Roundup March 9 -15

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Monday, March 9

KINGSTON

THRIVE presents Stuart Ross, 8pm, The Grad Club, 162 Barrie St, free

Thrive Reading Series presents Stuart Ross, welcoming back a former Queen’s writer in residence on a Monday night.

Tuesday, March 10

TORONTO

Family Ties, featuring Vivek Shraya and Casey Mecija, 6pm, Innis College Events Room, 111 St George St, free

U of T welcomes Toronto’s own Vivek Shraya and Casey Mecija to share two short films about the complex relationship between queer diasporic children and their parents.

Art Bar Poetry Series, 8pm, Black Swan Tavern, 154 Danforth Ave, free

Angela Rawlings, Kevin Halligan and Laboni Islam read at this popular Danforth reading series.

The EW Reading Series Three Year Anniversary, 8pm, Duffy’s Tavern, 1238 Bloor St W, PWYC

Three years of Emerging Writers! Come celebrate with readings by dalton derkson, James Lindsay, Brook Lockyer and Joseph Thomas.

Thursday, March 12

TORONTO

OCADU Zine Fair, 11am-6pm, OCAD University, 100 McCaul St, free

The seventh year of the OCADU Zine Fair! Come buy zines, crafts, and other DIY stuff! 

Friday, March 13

WINNIPEG

ChiSeries Winnipeg Presents: A special evening with David Nickle and Madeline Ashby, 7:30pm, McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1120 Grant Ave, PWYC

ChiZine author David Nickle and Tor audhot Madeline Ashby fly west for thrills and chills, accompanied by Winnipeg authors Chadwick Ginther and S. M. Beiko.

Saturday, March 14

WATERLOO

Out To Sea: Queer Zine Fair and Art Showcase, 12pm-5pm, 19 Regina St N, 3rd floor.

The Rainbow Reels Queer and Trans Film Festival Presents a queer zine and craft show in Waterloo! Come check out makers from Ontario and elsewhere.

TORONTO

Let’s Have A Snoopy Kiki Ball, 8pm, The 519 Community Centre, 518 Church St, PWYC

Come celebrate the Legendary Snoopy’s birthday! You might not be able to vogue better than him, but why not try? Or walk any of the other ballroom categories: realness, runway, body, face, and more. Come support Toronto’s queer youth of colour!

Sunday, March 15

TORONTO

Plasticine Poetry Series, 6:30pm, Pauper Pub, free

David Clink, Bänoo Zan and Lisa de Nikolits read.

 

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