Tuesday, October 16, 2007

2007 Bookfair lineup

Norman Nawrocki: Lessons from a 7ft Penis
Thursday October 25th
Jekyll & Hyde Pub
10610 100 Avenue
$8 (or by donation to the underemployed)

Ward Churchill-organizing to win
Friday October 26th
6:30 event 7:00 pm
Myer Horowitz Theatre
Students' Union Building
8900 114 Street
University of
$10 (or by donation to the underemployed)
tickets available at Earth' General Store
10832 Whyte Avenue

Anarchist Bookfair
Vendors, workshops, food and childcare
Saturday October 27th 11am-7pm
Sunday October 28th 12pm-5pm
Alberta Avenue Community Center
9210 - 118 Avenue
Easy to get to from the South Side! Take the #9 Northbound to Kingsway
or any bus that hits 118 and then take the #8 eastbound.

Halloween Party
Saturday October 27 8pm-closing
Jekyll & Hyde Pub
10610 100 Avenue

Anarchist Folk Show
Todi Stronghands (
Starla! Ubiquitous (
R.Olson (
Ben Disaster (local pop punk hero)
Lex Mckie (lamenting folk)
Sunday October 28th
7 pm
Donation $5 +
The Remedy Cafe (upstairs) 8631 109 Street

Thursday, March 29, 2007

thoughtcrime ink launch party - bookfair fundraiser

thoughtcrime ink is a local non-profit, anti-capitalist distributor of creative apparel with activist/radical/political themes. By selling gear that's union printed and US/Canadian made, they hope to create a self-sustaining fund for activist groups in Edmonton. 100% of their profits go to community organizations.

Their 2007 community goal is to raise $5,000 for this year's Edmonton Anarchist Bookfair!

On Saturday April 7th at 8pm at Remedy Café (8631-109 St, upstairs), to kick off the launch of their new website, they're holding holding a launch party, complete with DJ, munchies and best of all, their wicked new site up on the big screen. Come by and say hi from 8pm to close!

More details:
thoughtcrime ink launch party
thoughtcrime ink about page

Thursday, March 01, 2007

the Radical History of May Day

Panel and Discussion

Friday, May 04, 2007
Time: 6:30 pm

From the anarchist-organized events surrounding May 1st, 1886, such as the Haymarket Massacre, to the Worker's Revolt of 1919, to the May Day celebrations and marches of today, anarchists and the radical working class have played a vital role in May Day. Join the Edmonton Anarchist Bookfair Collective for a discussion of the radical history of May Day.

Event Location: Remedy Cafe, 8631-109 Street, upstairs