Infoshop February 2012 Events Calendar

Infoshop February 2012 Events Calendar

Greetings,

Here is our February 2012 calendar we have lots of great events happening this month. Please spread the word and be sure to stop by to pick up some printed calendars.
We are in need of volunteers and new collective members! Please come one of our volunteer meetings on Fridays at 5:30pm to find out how you can support and be part of this community space.

Donations are always welcome! You can make a monetary donation online or at the infoshop. Other donations of items such as bike repair tools and supplies, books for the lending library, garden hose (approx. 50 ft), rain gutters, paint… are needed as well!
We’re also seeking used computer donations and flat screen computer monitors for a community computer lab.

Hours: 4PM – 8PM

Closed Sundays & Mondays

All events all ages & free unless noted.

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ONGOING:

Every Friday: Volunteer Meetings at 5:30PM

Learn more about this community space and how you can help!

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FEBRUARY 2012 EVENTS:

 

 

Wed. 8th – G8/NATO Resistance Planning – 5pm

 

Thurs. 9th – Itty Bitty Titty Committee – 6pm
High School grad and all American gal, Anna finds her purpose and herself after she hooks up with the radical feminists in The Itty Bitty Titty Committee.

 

Sat. 11th – DIY Craft Fair & Mini-Flea Market – 12PM-5PM

All Ages Show: Day of the Dog, Dark Sky City, Rise Like Lions – $4 – 8pm

 

Sun. 12th – Guatemalan Solidarity Awareness Event – 4:30pm

 

Tues. 14th – “Black Hearts” Infoshop Fundraiser Dinner – 6pm

RSVP: infofosho@gmail.com

 

Wed. 15th – Rootbeer & Revolution: “Abolishing the Non-Profit Industrial Complex” – 6pm

 

Thurs. 16th – Monster – 6pm
Based on the life of Aileen Wuornos, a Daytona Beach sex worker who became a serial killer. Rated R.

 

Thurs. 23rd – A Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde – 6pm

A documentary portrait of Audre Lorde, the eloquent, award-winning black, lesbian, poet, mother, teacher, and activist, whose writings span five decades and articulated some of the most important social and political issues of the century.

 

Sat. 25th – Magicide – Magic the Gathering Draft  – 1am-5am

 

www.TaalaHooghan.org

 

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