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The walking tour is set to take place on Tuesday, June 16th at 7pm. We’re meeting at 66.5 Nassau St. – the site of the original Who’s Emma, which is almost at the corner of Nassau and Augusta in the market.

Unfortunately, the exhibition at Project 165 will only be open from noon to 4pm on Tuesday, so those who were planning on seeing the installation and video during the walking tour time – sorry, you’ll have to check it out during Project 165’s open hours:

Tuesday to Saturday, noon – 4pm.

Otherwise you can just peep in the window. And yes, the original sign made by Will Munro is clearly visible in the window! With all that weird anti-straightedge nonsense scribbled on it, it’s definitely a unique Toronto punk artifact.

Also, don’t forget that there is a show in the exhibition space on Thursday, June 18thcognate presents A History Of (Halifax), Tomcat Combat (Halifax), Ancestors (Toronto), and Place Hands (Toronto). 6:30 pm (EARLY SHOW)

Food Not Bombs are serving food.

WHOA.

Here is some documentation of the opening/screening event:

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