Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 

 

 

 


The House of Lancaster Poetry Breakfast

1215 Bloor Street West, Bloordale, Toronto

Morning 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

The House of Lancaster hosts the grand start-up of 100TPC. We invite everyone to begin here for a pay-what-you-can breakfast with poetry, performance and a general orientation to the day’s 8 Toronto venues. The House of Lancaster is also a meet-and-greet session that offers a poetry bookshop, a reading table where poets can donate reading copies of their books for the day and a wall for posting poetry information. This is a fund-raiser event for Savards Shelter for Women, the Perth/Dupont Library and the poets.

Poetry and performance by:Babar Khan,  Beatriz Hausner, Bruce Ward, Corrado Paina, Elizabeth W. Gachuire,  Dorion Sagan, Dyan Marie, Dougal Bichan, Gary Michael Dault, Eldon Garnet, Hugo Extavour, Katie Fotheringham, Nik Beat, Norman Cristofoli, Honey Novick, Rob Rolfe, Gianna Patriarca, Nancy Bullis and others

 

 

The River Trading Company
1418 Queen St. W. 7:00 PM

Robert Priest, David Day, Paul Salnek & Bänoo Zan 

 


. . . . . . .The Waterfalls Indian Tapas Bar and Grill

303 Augusta Ave, Kensington Market, Toronto
9 PM :The Underground Railroad, Vemont and the Fugitive Slave

video by Robin Lloyd ’94
Sam Kerson speaks about his mural at the Vermont Law
School..http://vimeo.com/27516054
http://dragondancetheatre.com/
http://samkerson.com/

host David Swartz M.C.    Lauren Stein Poets:Honey Novick, Ewan Whyte, David Swartz, Max Layton, Dale Percy,  Andrea Thompson, Daniel Waldman, Robert Thomas Payne and video artist Mary Fish

CineCycle
CineCycle
In the old coach house down the lane behind 129 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Sept 24, Doors 8 pm
100,000 Poets For Change invites you to an evening of short readings, performance and video screenings by:
John Barlow, Lynn Crosbie, Powys Dewhurst, Christine Duncan, Jemeni G, Mike Hoolboom, Min Sook Lee, Priscilla Uppal, Darren O’Donnell and The Young Mammals, Chet Singh, Steve Venright, plus others.
A salon night of readings, performances, screenings, interventions and networking that aims to bring diverse communities and audiences into an environment of artistic and social intermingling.  Mark us down. Of course we want to see you there.
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Ellington’s Music and Cafe
805 St. Clair Ave. W

Sunday Poetry at Ellington’s joins 100,000 poets for change Toronto
Sept. 24, 2011   !:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Clifton Joseph, Chi Kalevar, Audry Redman, Jen Kunlire, Marita Hollo with Jenny Blackbird, Kabaka Pyramid, Howard Jerome, Luc Guillen, Sea J., Dwain Wellington, June Harris, Salimah Valiani, Tom Smarta, Steve Hall, Charlie Bobus, Ariel Len, Leah, and Maria Elena Mesa

 

100,008 poets for social change:   Strong Voices at One Small Corner of Poetry Nation

Gwendolyn MacEwen Park.

At the intersection of Lowther and Walmer Road. 1 block N of Bloor, 1 block W of Spadina Saturday, September 24.  2:00 p.m.

Poets in word, poets in deed – established Toronto poets Guy Ewing, Sonja Greckol, Maureen Hynes, Sue MacLeod, Jim Nason, Maureen Scott Harris, Sheila Stewart and Elizabeth Ukrainetz as they read their own poetry and their favourite poems of social activism. Join us for laughter, anger, determination and most of all, a chance to deepen our understanding of how we can shape and improve our own small corners and the wide world.

Rain or shine – bring umbrellas!

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TTC Bus Shelter

Lansdowne Ave. at Paton Road, Bloordale

Sept. 24, afternoon reading by Dyan Marie

100 Thousand Poets for Change,
Toronto Mission Statement.

Our goal is to bring poetry back to the center of cultural life. In the same way that the revolution in communications technology has sparked revolutionary movements around the world, so we, the poets of all nations, one hundred thousand strong, will speak on the same day to express our solidarity with those who cannot speak for themselves. Whatever else, poetry is freedom. By speaking to a world-wide audience using Facebook, Twitter and Skype, we will remind all of us of poetry’s great gift to the human spirit – delight.
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