Thursday October 8
Emerging Lens Film Festival 10th Anniversary ScreeningsThe indie film fest celebrates its multicultural focus with a three-day streak of screenings. Thursday is day two of the event, with a host of flicks and local shorts being shown at The Bus Stop Theatre—including Beyond Curls and Kinks, the story of women defying beauty standards with their natural hair.
The Bus Stop Theatre, 2203 Gottingen Street, 6:30pm, free
Loretta Gould's Fire and Ice DisplayPart of the Fire and Ice Festival at Alderney Landing, the Craig Gallery is showcasing a collection of works by Mi’kmaq artist Loretta Gould—and the bold use of colour has us swooning. Peep them yourself in the Gallery's cases.
Craig Gallery, Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, to Oct 11
Friday October 9
Owen Meany's Batting Stance album release showThe literary folk-rock that Daniel Walker has made his signature sound is back at last, with a followup to OMBS's 2016 debut that hasn't the slightest shade of sophomore slump. Celebrate the immaculate effort at this Carleton show.
The Carleton, 1685 Argyle Street, 8-11:30pm, $15
Sunset FridaysThe days might be getting shorter, but Alteregos is here to remind you that the nights can get hotter—thanks to its mix of dancehall and reggae from 5-10pm.
Alteregos, 2193 Gottingen Street, 5-10pm
Saturday October 10
Lennie GallantThe Marquee's new, socially distant live music venue, The Derby ShowBar, has its coming out with a live show by the Maritime musical legend.
The Derby ShowBar, 2037 Gottingen Street, 7-11pm, $49.97
Tuesday October 13
I Don't KaraokeThe karaoke party to end 'em all is back at Gus' Pub and wow, haven't you missed it? Better brush up on the words to your favourite indie rock jam, stat.
Gus' Pub, 2605 Agricola Street, 8:30pm