Monday, Sept. 14

* Rise Beat lunch-hour dance party at Jardins Gamelin
* McGill University’s Student Society’s Anti-Austerity week begins
* Windsor publishers Biblioasis fall release launch at Atwater Library
* Free Quartiers Danses film screening at Cinéma Beaubien
* Local alt-pop musician Julien Sagot plays Casa del Popolo
* Bone Thugs & Harmony play Club Soda

Jardins Gamelin

Shake off your Monday morning blues with Rise Beat, a free lunch-hour dance party at Jardins Gamelin with DJ Jean-Marc Abela. Corner Berri & Ste-Catherine E., 12–1 p.m., free

McGill University’s Student Society (SSMU) is hosting Anti-Austerity week, a series of workshops and events designed to educate and mobilize, starting with two workshops today including Lessons From the Printemps Érables (1 p.m., room #201A) and What the F*ck Is Austerity? (4 p.m., room #302) SSMU Building, 3480 McTavish, 1–6 p.m., free

Windsor, Ontario-based book publishing house Biblioasis comes to Montreal’s Atwater Library to launch their fall season of releases, which include Samuel Archibald’s Arvida, Anakana Schofiels’s Martin John, Kevin Hardcastle’s Debris and a new English translation of Larry Tremblay’s bestselling novel The Orange Grove, which was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Literary award in its original French. 1200 Atwater, 7 p.m., free

Quartiers Danses hosts a free film screening night at Cinéma Beaubien featuring 12 short films on contemporary dance, including David Latreille’s Strange Woman in Shorts and Anastasia Wansbrough’s Hiding Spots. 2396 Beaubien E., 7:30 p.m., free

Local alt-pop/art-rock singer/musician Julien Sagot, whose album Valse 333 was nominated for a Juno in the franco category, is playing Casa del Popolo. 4873 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $8

Classic hip-hop fans take note: As of Saturday afternoon, Bizzy, Layzie, Krayzie and Wish of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony are all in Canada (here together for the first time ever) and have been putting on well-received shows performing their entire 1995 record E.1999, which they’ll be bringing to Club Soda tonight. 1225 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $47–$74