This week's image: Art & Crafts in the Park.

CABBAGETOWN FESTIVAL NEWS
Program details about our amazing annual blow-out weekend.  This week, we`ve listed details about special events that need some advance planning.  Scroll down the page.

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A free listing for your yard sale!
Are you having a yard sale soon?  Collecting all your good stuff?  Perhaps joining with your neighbours?  If so, include a listing on the Review as part of your publicity. It’s free.
Send us your full name (we’ll only use your first name), address for the sale, dates and times, phone number (we won’t list this on the listing) and a brief sentence about your treasures.  Our deadline every week is Wednesday at 6 pm.  We’ll organize the listings by date and by street names. 

In this edition of the Review …
Open House Listings – after a summer`s relaxed break, we`re back with more neighbourhood real estate listings.  Click here.
Barbara`s Garden – a Cabbagetown gardener brings the latest news and lots of gardening tips.  Click here.

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS

Artfest in the Distillery
Painting, photography, sculpture, fine crafts and live music – all in the beautiful Distillery setting.  Friday to Monday, 11 am to 6 pm.  Free admission.

Cabbagetown South street party
Music, barbeque, yummies and popcorn.  Games for kids of all ages.  Art exhibits and sales.  Sunday September 15 from noon to 6 pm at Central Neighbourhood House (349 Ontario).  If it rains, everyone will move inside.

The 35th Annual Tour of Homes
Save this date:  Sunday September 15, noon to 4 pm.  The Tour of Homes is always one of Cabbagetown’s main events.  Hundreds of people tour through half-a-dozen homes.  Tickets cost $30 and the income is used by the Cabbagetown Preservation Association to fund its community programs. For more information and for Paypal ticket purchases, click here.  Tickets are also available at retailers in Cabbagetown.

The Art of the Sizzle
The Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre has a terrific evening lined up for Wednesday September 25.  The Art of the Sizzle is a tribute roast to Bob Rae and a fundraising benefit for the CCAC.  Featured guests include TVO’s Steve Paikin, the Royal Canadian Air Farce, John Tory, Glen Murray and more.  The evening includes dinner, wine and the comedy roast.  It all happens in the north building at the St Lawrence Market.  Tickets are $199 and tax receipts are provided.  There`s more info and tickets here.

IN OUR RESTAURANTS

Winemaker’s dinner at F’Amelia
For five generations, the Pio Cesare family has produced outstanding Piedmontese wines.  On Wednesday September 18 at 7 pm, Pio Boffa, one of Piedmont’s premier winemakers, will present his family’s wines paired with a gourmet, multi-course dinner.  Five wines will be served – Pio Cesare Gavi, Pio Cesare Piodilei Chardonnay, Pio Cesare Barbera  d’alba, Pio Cesare Barbera  d’alba “Fides” and Pio Cesare Barolo.  Tickets are $149.  Reservations required – only fifty seats available – (416) 323-0666.  The winery`s website is here. For more information about the evening, click here.  F’Amelia (12 Amelia)

Oysters for kids
On Thursday September 5, House on Parliament (454 Parliament) is serving oysters for $1 each.  All proceeds will go to the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre to support their arts programming for neighbourhood kids.  Congrats to Tania and Beau for their listing in Toronto.com`s ten best pubs.

Music at Cafune
Cafune`s (194A Carlton) regular Thursday evening Brazilian jazz program has been expanded.  It`s now scheduled for both Thursday and Saturday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.  As always, it features Henrique Matulis on guitar with a special guest.  Click here to see the latest Facebook announcements.

The Wee Folk Club is back
The Club`s 2013-2014 season kicks off on Thursday September 5 at the Dominion on Queen (500 Queen E).  This week`s performers are the Yukon`s Kate Weekes and a Club favourite Bill Craig.  The Wee Folk Club is a gathering, in a pub, of people who want singers who sing songs with stories in them.  It`s held on the first and third Thursday of each month at the Dominion.  $10 cover charge.  The Club`s website lists the performers for each week.

The Scullery`s coming
Laura is aiming for an opening on the Cabbagetown Festival weekend.  Keep watching – the Scullery promises to be another great venue for hungry Cabbagetowners.  This corner now has plenty of good choices for an evening out – Fare Game (195 Carlton), Cafune (194A Carlton) and Zakkushi (193 Carlton) are all nearby.  Check out The Scullery`s Facebook page and website The Scullery (200 Carlton)

SHOPPING NEWS

Special at Eclectisaurus
Leslie has a mid-century modern Sven Ellekaur Danish teak coffee table in stock.  Designed for Chr Linneberg Mobelfabrik in Denmark, it`s an elegant 1960s table with a teak base and ebonized corner details that suspend a round glass top.  More details on her website. Store hours: Wednesday to Friday 3 to 8 pm, Saturday noon to 7 pm and Sunday noon to 6 pm. Eclectisaurus (349 Gerrard E)

Little on price. Big on function
Just in time for back to school and back to work - lunch bags and lunch clutches.  Our insulated tote is a hit with new moms with its easy-access velcro enclosure.  Stylish bags to handle weekend errands and fresh market groceries. Our storage ottomans and carry-all bags are foldable for stow away and expandable with room to spare.  All of them are stain and water resistant and durable in variety of colours and patterns.
Click to see the range of styles.
And don’t forget to vote online for KENDALL & Co in NOW Magazine’s readers poll. Toronto's Best Residential Design Firm, click here and Best Design Shop, click here.
Open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm. KENDALL & Co. 227 Carlton Street. 

Long weekend schedule at Sundara Yoga
Sundara Yoga (492 Parliament) has new courses beginning this week and a reduced schedule on Labour Day.  Regular programs are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.  On Labour Day, only Alan Florence’s “Tuning the core (Hatha Yoga)” will be offered at 9:30 am and all other classes are closed for the day.  Starting on Tuesday September 3, several new courses start up.  On Tuesday from 9 to 10:15 am, Intermediate Vinyasa with Monica Chang and from 10:30 to 11:45 am Gentle Yoga with Margo Koekoek (please note the new class time, previously listed at 10 am). On Thursday from 8:30 to 9:45 am, Intermediate Vinyasa with Monica Chang  On Friday from 7:15 to 8:45 pm, Restorative and Yoga Nidra with Michalina Piatkowski. For more information, visit Sundara’s website.
CABBAGETOWN FESTIVAL PROGRAM
It`s a big, exciting, complicated event.  Some parts of the weekend program are best planned in advance – so they`re being listed here now.  Others are fun and spontaneous – and we`ll list those next week.

Special Festival events - Thursday September 5

One night in Cabbagetown
7 pm to closing.
Ten restaurants are participating in this year’s Festival tasting event.  This is a great way to tour local eateries and find out more about their menus and offerings.
Tickets are $10 and they’re available at participating restaurants. Each ticket entitles you to samples at four restaurants.  If you get really hungry after using your four visits, just buy another ticket at your next stop.
The Local GEST (424 Parliament), Young Thailand (446 Parliament, Flying Beaver (488 Parliament), Alice’s Place (554 Parliament, Butter Chicken Factory (556 Parliament), Under the Table (568 Parliament), Cranberries (601 Parliament), Kingyo  (51B Winchester), Winchester Kitchen & Bar (51A Winchester) and Stout Irish Pub (221 Carlton)

Special Festival events - Friday September 6

Cabbagetown Short Film & Video Festival
7 pm (box office opens) and 8 pm (screening)
Short films from around the world and around the corner.  This is a perennial Festival favourite and it`s always a full house.  This year, thirteen films are being screened – from Canada, Portugal, the USA, Syria and Spain.  There`s comedy, documentaries, biography and animation.  Tickets are $15. They`re available in advance at the BIA Office (237 Carlton) from 10 am to 4 pm daily and at the box office.  Cash bar.  Click here for more details. Winchester St Theatre (80 Winchester)

The Reluctant Dragon by the Cabbagetown Theatre Company
7:30 pm on Friday September 6. Noon, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. 
It`s the story of twins Kiran and Anya who discover that their new neighbour is a chicken-loving, poetry-reading, meditationally-challenged dragon named Horace P.  As always, this performance is great entertainment for kids and the rest of their families.  All shows are 30 minutes.  Tickets are $5.  Check out the website. Necropolis Chapel (22 Winchester)

Special Festival events – Saturday September 7

Blair`s Run
8:30 am (registration) and 9:30am (race start).
This amazing 3 km event features some people who run, some who walk, some who bring their kids and some who cavort with their dogs.  It`s the kick-off for the Festival weekend.  Fundraising is going on now across the neighbourhood and you`re urged to be generous when a canvasser calls at your door.  Registration is $20.  Proceeds go to the Cabbagetown Youth Centre.  Carlton & Parliament

Regular events at the Festival

Art & Crafts in the Park
Noon on Friday to 7 pm and from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday in Riverdale Park.  Details on the show`s website.

Cabbagetown Festival of the arts
Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm along Parliament from Wellesley to Gerrard and along Carlton from Parliament to Berkeley.    Details at the Festival website and on Facebook.

Riverdale Farm Fall Festival
Barn dance on Saturday night and corn roast throughout both days at the northeast corner of Riverdale Park beside the Farm. 

Walking tours
Noon to 3 pm, Saturday and Sunday.  Enjoy a 45 minute guided tour through Don Vale conducted by volunteers from the Cabbagetown Preservation Association.  In Riverdale Park at the corner of Winchester and Sumach.

Sprucecourt School
All day, Saturday and Sunday.  Artists and vendors set up tents.  Located on the southwest corner of  Carlton and Sumach.

Next week - more details about entertainers and special events along Parliament Street and in the Park.

THURSDAY AUGUST 29 TO SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8

Contact info
Alice’s Place, 554 Parliament St, (647) 931-9088
The Local GEST, 424 Parliament St, (416) 961-9425,
Cafune, 194A Carlton Street,  (647)748-7884, Facebook and http://cafune.ca/
Dominion on Queen, 500 Queen St E, (416) 368-6893, www.dominiononqueen.com  
Flying Beaver, 488 Parliament St, (647) 347-6567, www.pubaret.com
Paint Box Bistro, 555 Dundas St E, (647) 748-0555, www.paintboxbistro.ca
Que Supper Club, 364 Queen St E, (647) 748-1783, http://www.quesupperclub.com
Stout Irish Pub, 221 Carlton St, (647) 344-7676, www.stoutirishpub.ca  
Winchester Kitchen & Bar, 51A Winchester St, (416) 323-0051, www.winchesterkitchen.com

If there's a cover charge or tickets are sold, we’ve listed the prices. Otherwise, the event is free.

THURSDAY AUGUST 29

Cafune
6:30 pm, Henrique Matulis (guitar) and Attila Fias (keyboard) -  Brazilian jazz, bossa nova
Flying Beaver
7:30 pm, Melanie Peterson & Blair Packham, $10/advance & $15/door
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
10 pm, Phil Hood, The Human Jukebox

FRIDAY AUGUST 30

Flying Beaver
9 pm, Minxy’s Country Mixup with Sara Minx.  Pwyc
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
10 pm, The Odd Soul

SATURDAY AUGUST 31

Cafune
6:30 to 8:30 pm, Henrique Matulis (guitar) with Bill Prouten (sax), Vince Macc (drums) & Soren Nissan  (bass)  
Dominion on Queen
7 pm, Toronto Film Noir Syndicate screening
10 pm,  Fugginbitch East End LGBTQ dance party
Flying Beaver
9 pm, Gabriel Meagher, “Diva”, $10/advance & $15/door
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
10 pm, Kilowatt

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1

Alice’s Place
4 pm, Karaoke
Dominion on Queen
11 am to 3 pm, Toronto’s only rockabilly brunch with the Cosmotones, no cover
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
9 pm, Beau’s presents Open Mic with Porter

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2

Winchester Kitchen & Bar
9 pm Win-Prov
10 pm,  Industry Night

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3

Stout Irish Pub
7:30 pm, Nerd Night pub quiz
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
10 pm, Epic movie Tuesday

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4

Alice’s Place
9 pm, Karaoke
Dominion on Queen
8 pm, Corktown Ukelele Jam, $5
Flying Beaver
7:30 pm, Jason Palter comic magician, $10/advance & $15/door
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
7:30 pm, Smart Ass Trivia
10 pm, Karaoke at the Winch with Jason Rolland

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5
(See notes above for details about One Night in Cabbagetown)

Cafune
6:30 pm, Henrique Matulis (guitar) & special guests, Brazilian jazz
Dominion on Queen
7 pm, Wee Folk Club, $10
Flying Beaver
7:30 pm, Ali Hassan, ``From Zero to Hero``, $10/advance & $15/door
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
9:30 pm, Jeff Barnes & Noah Zacharin

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6

Dominion on Queen
9 pm, Havana to Toronto live, Afro-Cuban jazz, $10.
Flying Beaver
7 pm, Heather Bambrick, Julie Michels & Diane Leah, $20/advance & $25/door
Que
10 pm, DJ Night

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7
CABBAGETOWN FESTIVAL WEEKEND

Cafune
6:30 pm, Henrique Matulis (guitar) & special guests, Brazilian jazz
Flying Beaver
7 pm, Heather Bambrick, Julie Michels & Diane Leah, $20/advance & $25/door
9 pm, Carla Collins, $20/advance & $25/door
Paintbox Bistro
8 pm, Eliana Cuevas Latin jazz, 3-course prix fixe dinner & performance $45, performance only $20.
Que
10 pm, DJ Night
Stout Irish Pub
2 to 8 pm, Back Alley Beer Festival
 
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8
CABBAGETOWN FESTIVAL WEEKEND
 
Alice’s Place
4 pm, Karaoke
Dominion on Queen
11 am to 3 pm, Rockabilly Brunch with the Cosmotones
4:30 pm, Wintergarten Orchestra, $10
Flying Beaver
7:30 pm, Carla Collins, $20/advance & $25/door
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
9 pm, Beau’s presents Open Mic with Porter
This week's image: Musicians and street patio at the 2012 Cabbagetown Festival

This week in Barbara’s Garden
Black-eyed Susans plus the diary of a tree removal. 
Click here to read it. 

NEIGHBOURHOOD NEWS

Free listing for your yard sales
Photo: Natasha Fatah
Are you having a yard sale soon?  Collecting all your good stuff?  Perhaps joining with your neighbours?  If so, include a listing on the Review as part of your publicity. It’s free.

What you need to do: 
Send us your full name (we’ll only use your first name), address for the sale, dates and times, phone number (we won’t list this on the listing) and a brief sentence about your treasures.  Our deadline every week is Wednesday at 6 pm.  We’ll organize the listings by date and by street names.  Email us at cabbagetownreview@gmail.com 

Here’s a sample: 
Doug’s sale, 555 Wellesley St E, Saturday July 6, 7 am to 5 pm.  The best ever selection of garden furniture along with assorted household goods that he’s saved up over the past fifty years! 

Make a donation
If you’re having a sale, please consider donating some of your proceeds to the Children’s Book Bank.  It’s a registered charity that collects gently used children’s books and donates them free to children from low-income families who may otherwise never have a chance to own and read a personal library.  The Book Bank is located at 350 Berkeley St on the corner at Gerrard.  It has a great website.

Our older trees
The storms that happened here this summer have severely damaged or blown over many of our older trees.  Suddenly, we have a lot of open, bare spaces in the neighbourhood.  The Cabbagetown Residents Association has taken an active interest in tree replacement and they regularly publish a lot of good information for homeowners.  You can read their latest comment on their website.
The City of Toronto will maintain or remove damaged trees located on the street allowance in front of your house.  If you’re concerned about a tree, call 311 to start the process.  If the tree is on your private property, LEAF, a non-profit agency, will give you advice and a low-cost replacement.  Click here to contact them.

Diary of a tree removal.
Early this week, an inspector from the City of Toronto knocked on our door to tell us that our apple tree had become a hazard and had to be removed.  He was well-informed, polite and firm.  We’ve made arrangements with him to take it down and to plant a new one. 
You’ll be able to follow our experiences with the City step-by-step in our gardening section, Barbara’s Garden.  For the first installment, click here.

Progress report about the big mural
Work on the mural on the side of 200 Wellesley Street is progressing very quickly. Called The Phoenix, it celebrates the renewal of the building following the extensive fire that happened there four years ago.  Ryan Dineen and his partners at Toronto Muralists are doing the actual painting.  He’s well-known for his work in Cabbagetown.  He painted the whimsical mural at Carlton and Parliament and he’s done others at Number 9 Studios on Gerrard at Ontario, at Chew Chews on Carlton Street and at Double Take on Gerrard.  When finished, the Phoenix will rise 250’ above Wellesley Street and it’ll be the tallest mural in the city.  And it’ll give the St James Town landscape a great new landmark.

Goodbye Summer in Regent Park
The Outdoor Arts Program at the Daniels Spectrum has lined up a great weekend for kids and families on Thursday August 22, Friday August 23 and Saturday August 24. On Thursday, there’ll be a Dance Party for high school students in the Daniels courtyard from 6 to 9 pm with a DJ, dance floor, great music and games.  From 9 am to 2 pm on Friday, boys and girls (middle school ages) can join the soccer field day at Nelson Mandela Park School (445 Shuter).  There’ll be free food, games for players at all skill levels, and awards.  On Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm, the Family Carnival happens on Regent Park boulevard next to the Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas E) with free food, carnival games and prizes.  For more info, click here.

Under the Stars
Enjoy an outdoor screening in the MDC courtyard beside the Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas E).  The movie, Elijah, follows Elijah Harper through twenty days leading to his opposition to the Meech Lake Accord and his decision to block its passage because of its failure to help Aboriginal people.  Bill Merasty who stars in the film will be there and will be part of the Q&A after the screening. No cover charge.  Friday August 23, 9 pm.  Click here for more info.

Cabbagetown South street party
Music, barbeque, yummies and popcorn.  Games for kids of all ages.  Art exhibits and sales.  It all happens on Sunday September 15 from noon to 6 pm at Central Neighbourhood House (349 Ontario).  If it rains, everyone will move inside. There’s still room on the schedule for musicians and performers – if you’re interested, contact Jennifer at jennylouwalker@gmail.com.

The 35th Annual Tour of Homes
Save this date:  Sunday September 15, noon to 4 pm.  The Tour of Homes is always one of Cabbagetown’s main events.  Hundreds of people tour through half-a-dozen homes.  Tickets cost $30 and the income is used by the Cabbagetown Preservation Association to fund its community programs. For more information and for Paypal ticket purchases, click here. Tickets will also be available at retailers in Cabbagetown later this month.

The Art of the Sizzle
The Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre has a terrific evening lined up for Wednesday September 25.  The Art of the Sizzle is a tribute roast to Bob Rae and a fundraising benefit for the CCAC.  Featured guests include TVO’s Steve Paikin, the Royal Canadian Air Farce, John Tory, Glen Murray and more.  The evening includes dinner, wine and the comedy roast.  It all happens in the north building at the St Lawrence Market.  Tickets are $199 and tax receipts are provided.  There`s more info and tickets here.

Alumnae Theatre
Photo: Ginette Mohr
The Alumnae Theatre’s opening production for the Fall season is a bawdy presentation of The Underpants – an adaptation of a 1910 German farce.  “In this farcical send-up of bourgeois snobbery and conformity, a housewife becomes an instant celebrity after she accidently loses her underpants in public.”  Opening night is Friday, September 20 and the play runs until Saturday October 5.  $20 on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 pm and pay what you can on Sunday at 2 pm.  70 Berkeley Street.

SHOPPING NEWS

Best wishes for Nick & Hilary
Nick and Hilary have opened their new office at Sage Realty at 538 Parliament.  It’s in a marvellous part of Parliament Street – across from Merryberry, Lampcage and Menagerie Pet Shop, beside CafĂ© Olya and near Cabbagetown Brew.  Their Facebook page, Cabbagetown Lives Here, has become a regular reference for local residents and it’s now back in action. 

Horse around with Kendall & Co
These charming horse candle holders are available in two styles – a funky 8-candle horseshoe candelabra and the elegant wooden stallion moveable figure.  A portion of the proceeds from the sale of both will be donated to Riverdale Farm.  Check Kendall’s blog for more details.
The voting at NOW Magazine is still happening.  Kendall has been nominated in two categories in the NOW Readers’ Poll.  Click on these links and send your vote to push Kendall right to the top.  For Best Design Firm, click here and for Best Design Shop, vote here.  At the site, click on Kendall’s name and then scroll down the page to the “Cast your vote” button. 
Monday to Friday 10 am to 6 pm and Saturday 11 am to 5 pm. Kendall & Co, 227 Carlton.

Anastasia Watson at Sundara Yoga
Do you believe in the healing power of words?  Or that metaphors can be medicine to the stories living in the “meat and bones” of our bodies, our breath and our hearts.  Anastasia does.  Her classes offer safe places where you can uncover, breathe into and celebrate the stories beneath your skin.  Check out one of her classes on Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays and learn more here.  Sundara Yoga, 492 Parliament (side door).

Menagerie Pet Shop
Cat furniture and all pet beds are now on sale at Menagerie (549 Parliament).  Save 25% on all these products until August 31. 

Spruce on Parliament
Kim and Tara have enjoyed a great reception in their new shop at Spruce on Parliament (455 Parliament) over the summer.  The store has a lot of new inventory and it’s getting much fuller.  When you visit, check out their custom-made greeting cards.  Cabbagetown shoppers have apparently fallen in love with Falcon Enamel Ware, a British line of heavy gauge steel kitchen ware that can be used directly in the oven, the barbeque and the stove top.  You can see their stuff at their website and Facebook page.

Injeanius goes back to school
Sarah Cook has a line of jackets for your little girl and they’re on sale until October 1.  Her products are redesigned jean jackets and faux fur – they’re environmentally sustainable, super cute, durable and fashionable. You can arrange for a custom fitting at your home or at Sarah’s.  Contact Sarah through her website or call her at (416) 817-7842.

CLUBS & PUBS

THURSDAY AUGUST 22 TO SUNDAY AUGUST 25

Contact info
Alice’s Place, 554 Parliament St, (647) 931-9088
Cafune, 194A Carlton Street,  (647)748-7884, Facebook and http://cafune.ca/
Dominion on Queen, 500 Queen St E, (416) 368-6893, www.dominiononqueen.com  
Flying Beaver, 488 Parliament St, (647) 347-6567, www.pubaret.com
Paint Box Bistro, 555 Dundas St E, (647) 748-0555, www.paintboxbistro.ca
Stout Irish Pub, 221 Carlton St, (647) 344-7676, www.stoutirishpub.ca  
Winchester Kitchen & Bar, 51A Winchester St, (416) 323-0051, www.winchesterkitchen.com

If we know that there's a cover charge or tickets are sold, we’ve listed the prices.

THURSDAY AUGUST 22

Cafune
6:30 pm, Attila Fias (keyboard) & Henrique Matulis (guitar)
Flying Beaver
7:30 pm, Julie Michels solo show, $15/advance & $20/door

FRIDAY AUGUST 23

Dominion on Queen
Murata Music School student concert – time tba
Flying Beaver
7 pm, Peter Lebuis, Bitter Sweet Love, $15/advance & $20/door
9 pm, Liz Tansey sings with Ted Quinlan on guitar, pwyw
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
10 pm, Shot Gun Wedding Band

SATURDAY AUGUST 24

Flying Beaver
7 pm, Reenie Soul-pop quintet, pwyw
9 pm, Kevin Wong quit his day job, $10/advance & $15/door.

SUNDAY AUGUST 25

Alice’s Place
4 pm, Karaoke
Dominion on Queen
11 am to 3 pm, Rockabilly Brunch with the Cosmotones
Flying Beaver
8 pm, ChrisTsujiuchi’s monthly Tsubaret with special guests, $10/advance & $15/door
Stout Irish Pub
5:30 pm, Strategy Board Games
Winchester Kitchen & Bar
7 pm, James Allen magic show
9 pm, Beau’s presents Open Mic with Porter