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1. Delicious: A Celebration of People of Colour in Erotic Film
21 January at 9 pm
Bread and Circus
299 Augusta Street
Good For Her Presents
Delicious: A Celebration of People of Colour in Erotic Film
(& A Fundraiser for the 2011 Feminist Porn Awards!)
Friday, January 21st
Bread and Circus (299 Augusta Avenue)
$12 at the door
Featuring Screenings From
Rough Sex 2
Tight Places: A Drop Of Colour
Seven Minutes in Heaven: Coming Out
Plus Performances By
Wrong Note Rusty
And Hosted By
CoCo La Crème
Accessibility Info: There will be a ramp outside the front door for the event. Please note that the bathrooms are on the main floor (no stairs) but they are on the small side, and do not have larger doors or bars in the stalls. If you have any other accessibility concerns or inquiries about this event please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
Thanks to Good Releasing, Vivid Films and Tristan Taormino for generously allowing us to show their films.
2. CanCon Danceparty! (and joint birthday party + LGBTQ fundraiser)
21 January at 10 pm
1197 Dundas St W
*** CANADIAN MUSIC DANCEPARTY ***
Join us January babies as we dance the night away and raise money to create Toronto's first shelter for LGBTQ youth.
(is it your birthday? celebrate with us and add your name!)
Want to know what you might hear? Check this out: http://tinyurl.com/CanConparty
80s Hits! Hip Hop! Rock n Roll! Electro! Pop!
It's a pay-what-you-can at the door (though $5 would be great). All the money goes to the project to create Toronto's first shelter for homeless LGBTQ youth.
djs, performers and special guests announced soon!
Doors at 10pm
... but you can grab a drink & hang out at The Garrison before that.
3. “The Economics of Happiness” screening
Date: Monday, January 24
Time: 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Location: William Doo Auditorium, University of Toronto, 45 Willcocks Street
Cost: A $15 donation is greatly appreciated; no one turned away for a lack of funds.
Please join us for a special screening of ‘The Economics of Happiness’, a new documentary film by Helena Norberg-Hodge about the worldwide movement for economic localization. The film features a chorus of voices calling for systemic economic change, including Vandana Shiva, David Korten, Michael Shuman, Richard Heinberg, Rob Hopkins, Juliet Schor, Zac Goldsmith, Bill McKibben, and Samdhong Rinpoche, the Prime Minister of Tibet's government in exile to name only a few of the exciting voices from the film.
The film will be preceded by a reception and exhibit of artwork by Sheridan College students entitled “Animating Good Food Ideas”. It will be followed by a discussion between producer Helena Norberg-Hodge, activist chef Joshna Maharaj, urban farmer Eric Rosenkrantz, moderated by author Wayne Roberts.
For more information contact: (510) 548 4915
email@example.com and http://www.theeconomicsofhappiness.org/