Rebirth, Reboot, Reclaim: A Cabaret of Love

par PARKDALE PROJECT READ INC

  • mardi, 21 mars 2017 de 6:00 Après-midi à mercredi, 22 mars 2017 12:00 Matin (HAE)
  • Lula Lounge 1585 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1T9

Information sur les billets

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Aperçu

Come together to celebrate Parkdale Project Read, an adult literacy organization where people come to learn, dream, and work collaboratively with volunteers and members of a staff collective to build community.  Parkdale Project Read began in 1980 when former public library worker, storyteller, and literacy advocate, Dr. Rita Cox decided to establish a literacy program at the Parkdale Library.  It became an independent community organization in 1986, celebrating 30 years and counting of community adult literacy work. It has fought hard, and, with support from its members and from the larger social justice community, continues to fight hard for its member-driven model of collaborative decision-making and collective action.

Détails

JUST ANNOUNCED!

As part of our raffle draw, the famous Gladstone Hotel has graciously donated a complimentary stay for 1 or 2 people in one of their "classic" hotel rooms. Enjoy a night of art and relaxation at this unique Toronto establishment.

You can enter the raffle two different ways:

1. Come to the cabaret by purchasing your ticket above and visit our raffle booth to enter the draw. 

2. If you're not able to make it to the event, you still have a chance to win by making a $20 donation in the donation option above. Once you have made your donation, email events@parkdaleprojectread.org and tell us you will like to be entered in the draw. We will enter 10 ENTRIES under your name in the draw!

As much as we love our anonymous donors, please be sure to include your name in your donation to complete your entry!

Good luck!

About the Event:

Renewing its connection with Lula Lounge, which began in 2010 with A People’s History of Parkdale, PPR’s Cabaret of Love at Lula Lounge will feature dance, spoken word, music and film. 

The line-up includes:

  • Nova Bhattacharya (classical Indian and contemporary dance)
  • Soraya Peerbaye (poetry)
  • Shout Sister! (choral music)
  • Griffin Epstein and Bryan DePuy (vocals and guitar)
  • Basil Coward (reading from an autobiographical anthology)
  • Jim Nielsen and the AU Family Band (love songs)
  • “emergency exit” by Kevin Rees and Sean MacMahon

Heather Lash will MC the event!

There will be a DJ and dance floor starting at 9:00!

This is a pay-what-you-can event, open to all members of our community.  If you can support PPR by buying a $15 ticket in advance, or paying $20 at the door, we urge you to do that.  And if dinner is in your budget, we urge you to reserve a table with Lula Lounge, 416-588-0307, as a vote of thanks to Lula for supporting this event.  Lula will be giving 10% of all proceeds from food and drink to PPR.

So come as you are, pay what you can, have dinner if you like, and dance, dance, dance to celebrate over 30 years of community literacy in Parkdale.

Doors open at 6.  Performance at 7.

 

 

 

 

 

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Produit de la vente des billets

805 $

Participants

38

Jours pour acheter

0

Lula Lounge
1585 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1T9

21 mars 2017
mardi, 21 mars 2017 6:00 Après-midi (HAE)

Organisateur

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1209 King Street West, Unit 2
Toronto , ON
M6K 1G2

À propos de cet organisme

Parkdale Project Read is a non-profit, community-based literacy program that operates an adult learning centre in the Parkdale community. At Project Read, we support adults to realize their learning goals by providing free literacy services in a supportive community. We work with English-speaking adults who want to learn to read, write, or use basic math or computer skills. We are dedicated to creating a comfortable and accessible learning environment where students can bring their whole self (body, mind, emotions, spirit) to learning. Project Read believes in a learner-based approach – it is the student who decides how and what they learn. Our trained, volunteer tutors work with individual or groups of learners to help them find the best way to learn.