September 29, 2012
East Village Coffeehouse
785 Dundas St. E
Pdf version of poster, click here.
You are invited to the Sat. September 29th StopCETA Open Mic to mark the anticipated final round of negotiations in October 2012.
Chat with interesting people who care as deeply as you do about the earth and human rights.
This trade justice event will combine CETA education & action with bluesy-groovy-folksy music and poetry.
Line up: the sweet blues of the Dave Dillon, the seasoned folk of Mark 30, the hard hitting & comical storytelling song of Margo Does and more. A presentation on CETA entitled “What else is possible, eh?”A MPP mail out of your specific CETA concern. A candlelight vigil for Public Services in Canada post CETA.
Not to mention the good ol' edible and beverage offerings of the East Village Coffeehouse. I hear Absynthe may be on tap.
What: stopCETA trade justice open mic
(for the love of canada, stopCETA!)
When: Sat. Sept. 29th, 730 pm
*Come early, limited spaces
*Candle-light vigil interlude at 8pm.
Where: Our favourite and recently liberated East Village Coffeehouse (EVC)
785 Dundas St.
Dundas and Rectory, just west of Aeolian Hall.
Ample free parking on the street and around the corner.
Cost: $5 Suggested Donation
Come early, seating limited. This is a scent free event.
A Coalition of the Council of Canadians, London Chapter