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Join us for our next potluck! Note: We've changed the date for the potluck this month to the third, rather than the second Saturday of the month. Starting in April, we will be hosting a monthly potluck dinner at the tower to share food, conversation, and ideas. This is a great opportunity to drop in for the first time or as a repeat offender, bring a dish to share and stay for the company and food. Everyone is welcome, please…Find out more »
$12 in advance, $15 PWYC at the door (if it doesn't sell out) Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm // Rae Spoon Rae Spoon is an award-winning Canadian musician, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and author. They have released eight solo albums spanning folk, indie rock and electronic genres over the past twelve years and have toured across Canada and internationally. Their live shows swing between audience singalongs and large danceable arrangements, which keep them playing everywhere from folk festivals and house…Find out more »
Come out to the next queer & trans social! Queer and trans social night is creating a space where queers of all identities and friends can strengthen the connection we share together and create the support we need. With the closures of queer spaces around the city it is important to remind ourselves that we exist and can take up space. These events can look like whatever they needs to be from hangouts, games, crafts, discussion, to anything that gets…Find out more »
Come out for a group screening of the latest episode of Trouble, followed by a discussion on mutual aid networks, and their various applications for local organizing. *** ABOUT THE EPISODE: NO PERMISSION NEEDED: Mutual Aid in an Age of Climate Catastrophe It's now been twelve years since Hurricane Katrina smashed through the levees of New Orleans, completely inundating the Lower Ninth Ward and validating scientists' dire warnings of climate change's destructive effects on weather patterns. In the long years…Find out more »
Join anthology editor and contributor Cindy Milstein for the Hamilton launch of "Rebellious Mourning: The Collective Work of Grief". This collection, as Silvia Federici, author of "Caliban and the Witch," puts it, "uncovers the destruction of life that capitalist development leaves in its trail. But it is also witness to the power of grief as a catalyst to collective resistance." The evening will introduce the book project, Cindy will share their thoughts on the themes that weave through the book,…Find out more »
Southern Ontario Anarchist Bookfair A regional bookfair in the Steel City! Saturday, February 10th 10am-5pm & Sunday, February 11th 11am-4pm Event Description: This winter, on Saturday February 10 and Sunday February 11, Hamilton will be hosting a two day-long Anarchist Bookfair. This event will welcome all those interested in anarchist and anti-authoritarian ideas for a weekend of workshops, presentations, assemblies, film screenings, info tables, book sellers, and social events. Our goal is to provide a balance of activities that are…Find out more »
Along with events, the Tower has open hours at the following times to pick something up from the library, buy books, or hang out and drink coffee: Sundays noon-5pm and Thursdays 5-9pm.