Indie Events Roundup Sept 1-8

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Ted Gudlat’s Funny-Hahas launches Thursday at Weird Things

Tuesday, September 1

TORONTO

Hoser Punx Vol 3 Zine Lunch, 8pm, Handlebar, 159 Augusta Ave, free

An entire zine dedicated to all things Canadian punk! Zine is for sale for 5 bux all night.

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

Art bar above and beyond! Robert Priest, Kelly Pflug, Evan Whyte read.

MONTREAL

Resonance Reading Series, 9pm, Resonance Café, 5175A Avenue du Parc, free

Readings by Danila Botha, Steven Mayoff, Richard Rosenbaum, Rachael Simpson and Neil Smith.

Wednesday, September 2

TORONTO

Forge: Grant Writing 101, 6:30-8:30pm, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St W, free with registration

The Ontario Arts Council hosts an information session on grant writing strategies.

Thursday, September 3

TORONTO

Barista Skills Workshop, 7pm, D-Beatsto, 1292 Bloor St W, PWYC

A DIY barista skills workshop! Anyone is welcome to apply but priority will go to marginalized youth seeking employment experience.

Funny Hahas Book Launch, 7:30pm, Weird Things, 998 Bathurst St, free

Weirdo comix kid Ted Gudlat launches his book about Slurpie and the gang!

Friday, September 4

TORONTO

Giving Birth To Yourself Chapbook Launch, 8pm, CEDA, 2520 Lionel-Groulx Acenue, PWYC

Performance by by Kim Ninkuru and Elena Stoodley flank the launch of Kai Cheng Thom (aka Lady Sin Trayda) and Emily Tee Clare.

Saturday, September 5

TORONTO

PLAY: A Series of Microtalks, 2pm, Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St George St, free

Microtalks from the likes of Jenny Sampirisi, Natalie Zina Walschots and more.

Batty Bwoy Book Launch, 6pm, Glad Day Bookshop, 598a Yonge St, free

Jamaican-born author Max-Arthut Mantle launches his new novel, Batty Bwoy.

 

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