Indigenous Established Infoshop in Flagstaff, AZ – Anti-colonial & Anti-capitalist Community Space

Infoshop March 2012 Events Calendar


Here is the March 2012 calendar! Please spread the word and be sure to stop by to pick up some printed calendars.

This months calendar cover is also printed on a tshirt and patches. Stop by to pick one up, proceeds go to support the infoshop.
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 have plots available for the neighborhood/community garden! Email us for more info or to reserve a spot.

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.

ONGOING: Every Friday: Volunteer Meetings at 5:30PM


MARCH 2012


Wed. 7th – Seed Starting Workshop – 4PM

Bring some seeds to exchange too! Some supplies provided.


Thurs. 8th – (International Women’s Day) Subversive Pillow Theatre “American Violet” – 6pm

Based on true events, AMERICAN VIOLET tells the astonishing story of Dee Roberts, a 24 year-old African American single mother of four young girls living in a small Texas town who is barely making ends meet on a waitress salary and government subsidies.


Wed. 14th – Rootbeer & Revolution: “G8/NATO Community Resistance” – 7PM


Thurs. 15th -  Subversive Pillow Theatre “TBA” – 6pm


Sat. 17th – DIY Craft Fair & Mini-Flea Market- Noon – 4pm

Come check out handmade awesomeness and other misc delights!

Vendor tables available, email


Tues. 20th – DIY Skillshare – “Silkscreen Tshirt Making” – 5pm


Wed. 21st – Banner Making – 5pm


Thurs. 22nd – Subversive Pillow Theatre “I Shot Andy Warhol” – 6pm

The true story of Valerie Solanas, the radical feminist who became notorious after shooting art world icon Andy Warhol, is portrayed in this fact-based drama.


Tues. 27th – DIY Skillshare “Recycled Vinyl & Leather Working” – 6pm


Thurs. 29th – Subversive Pillow Theatre “Even the Rain” – 6pm

As a director and his crew shoot a controversial film about Christopher Columbus in Cochabamba, Bolivia, local people rise up against plans to privatize the water supply.