That's Women's Work- Women's Open Mic Night!

Friday, July 9, 2010 - 23:00 to Saturday, July 10, 2010 - 01:00
Alternative Grounds Cafe
333 Roncesvalle Ave.
M6R2M8 Toronto
43° 38' 46.6044" N, 79° 26' 56.4864" W

That's Women's Work- Women's Open Mic Night!

Open mic night- everyone welcome but the mic belongs to the ladies (self identifying as always!)

Poets, songwriters, comics, etc. anything that can be done safety in the cafe. Sorry no fire juggling.
I know you're tired with pride, the G20, The jazz Fest etc. etc. etc. so come out, relax have a sleepy time tea within walking distance of your front door and be to bed by 10 p.m!
Or start your evening with us and get hyped on espresso!

Simple set up of a mic, a stand and an amp. Low-fi but high-fun!
Show up a few minutes before to sign up. First timers welcomed!!!

Try out new material, or workshop current works.

on facebook!/event.php?eid=119783738065727&ref=mf

See ya there!



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