Big news from the Roberts Street Social Centre

RSSC hauls anchor in May

Gem of the north end—hub of such culturally rich projects as the Shed Residency, Anchor Archive Zine Library, the Ink Storm Screen Printing Studio, the People's Photocopier and the Crow's Nest meeting space—The Roberts Street Social Centre (5684 Roberts Street, only residential home on the street, the cute little red one) is relocating as of May 1, 2012. From a press release issued last night:

"After seven years of activity, the Roberts Street Social Centre is entering a time of change. Just before New Year's we received notice that our lease at 5684 Roberts Street will end as of May 1, 2012. Members of the Roberts Street Collective met on January 9, 2012 to begin discussing how to deal with this news.

In the next four months we will be looking at options for a new space and figuring out how the social centre can continue its programs in the future. We will continue to be in touch as we make decisions and determine our course. In the coming months we will be looking for suggestions, support, and ideas from the community. We will need you more than ever.

Change is difficult, but we hope that through this process we will learn, become stronger, and make Roberts Street (or whatever we are to become) even better. If you are interested in helping, watch our weekly email newsletter, website or Facebook page in the coming weeks for ways in which you can help support us, and public meetings where you can give your input.

Stay tuned.

-RSSC"

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