Sun, Oct 16|
Le Frigo Vert
Le Frigo Vert Queer Open Mic Fundraiser
This open mic is queer centred and we welcome for example for example comedy, storytelling, poetry, performance art, acoustic music, which ever art you want.
Time & Location
Oct 16, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Le Frigo Vert, 1440 Rue Mackay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H7, Canada
About the event
Le Frigo Vert Queer Open Mic Fundraiser is a Fundraiser for The Native Women's Shelter.
The event is by donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. The funds go to The Native Women's Shelter.
This event takes place Sunday Oct. 16th at 7pm at Le Frigo Vert.
Le Frigo Vert is located on 1440 Mackay Street and is a wheelchair accessible space with accessible gender neutral bathrooms.
The event is hosted by Heathcliff.
This open mic is queer centred and we welcome for example for example comedy, storytelling, poetry, performance art, acoustic music,which ever art you want.
COVID Protocol - Folks are encourage to wear masks in the event space and masks and hand sanitizer will be provided. Please don't come if you're feeling sick, there will be more opportunities.
There is a safety and respect policy below to follow and please sign up in advance through this sign up sheet: https://forms.gle/AMECSu5VGQYu2zjT8
Safety policy: No hatred of any kind. No transphobia, no Queerphobia, no racism, no sexism, no ableism, no sizeism, no fatphobia, no whorepobia and no hatred.
Accessibility Info: Le Frigo Vert is a wheelchair accessible, scent-free storefront on the ground floor on Mackay street next to Guy Concordia metro.
There are two low-rise ramps with guardrails inside and outside of the space, and a 39.5" wide non-automated front door. We have a wheelchair accessible kitchenette (sink, microwave, kettle, dishes, etc.) available to anyone (no purchase necessary).
We offer a wheelchair-accessible gender-neutral bathroom with a baby-changing station and safer sex + safer drug use supplies available for free.
Territorial Acknowledgment: The event takes place on the land Kanien’kehá:ka. and Tiotia:ke.The meeting place for other Indigenous nations,including the omàmiwininì or Algonquin people. As a live event on this land we feel it’s important we are aware of the land, the custodians of the land, the history and traditions of the people who are the protectors of this land we reside on. It’s important to be aware of the history of colonialism and its consequences in order to not repeat them. It is our responsibility to learn about the history of these lands and to support Indigenous resistance.
Poster Illustration: Margot