Saturday, Feb. 14

* 119m below sea level exhibition ends with a screening of Le Semeur (The Sower)
* March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
* Self-Love Cabaret at Café L’Artère
* Cirque de Boudoir’s Pinup Valentine party
* The Sauce dancefloor funk at le Bleury Bar à Vinyle
* LGBT party Let’s Have a Kiki at Atomic Café

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Lady Josephine
Lady Josephine
To close off the exhibit 119m below sea level, SBC Gallery is screening Le Semeur (The Sower) by Julie Perron (in French with English subtitles). The film follows a project by biodiversity-minded heritage seed cultivator Patrice Fortier, which both archives and gives new life to ancient and rare plant varieties, including the wormwood bush included in the exhibit. 372 Ste-Catherine W., #507, 2 p.m., free

Show Harper and the federales that you give a shit about justice by joining the Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Cabot Square (Ste-Catherine & Atwater), 3 p.m.

For an alternative to the usual gooey heteronormative V-day schtick, Kama le Mackerel hosts the third annual Self-Love Cabaret, involving six performers sharing pieces that come from queer-positive, feminist and anti-colonial point of view. Part of QPIRG McGill’s Social Justice Days. Café L’Artère (7000 Parc), 8 p.m., PWYC

Kink-party specialists Cirque de Boudoir presents their Pinup Valentine party, featuring local burlesque stars including Lady Josephine, Lavender May and Audrey Ivey, hosted by DJ Plastik Patrik. Cabaret Lion d’Or (1676 Ontario E.), 9 p.m., $30$40

At le Bleury, Professor Groove and Ruby Jane dish out dancefloor funk with their recurring soirée, The Sauce. 2109 Bleury, 10 p.m.

Party with your heart on at the third, Valentine’s edition of Hochelaga LGBT party Let’s Have a Kiki, with DJs JNNBNNRCK, Thomas Church and Wilde Boy. The event is also a fundraiser for Radical Queer Semaine. Atomic Café (3606 Ontario E.), 10 p.m., $5

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