Monday, Sept. 28

* SAT’s Foodlab launches Monday-night dinner parties
* Another Word for Gender panel at Concordia
* Atlanta metalcore band Norma Jean plays le Ritz
* CJLO hosts an all-music edition of trivia night at Ye Olde Orchard
* $ucka Free Mondays DJ night moves to Blizzarts

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The SAT’s Foodlab is launching a series of Monday-night dinner parties (running through mid-November) called Place aux Complices du Labo Culinaires. Tonight’s theme is Wine, Oysters and Champagne. See all the details (except for the price) here. 1201 St-Laurent, 5 p.m.

Concordia’s Centre for Gender Advocacy launches a weeklong series of activities for their annual feminist action workshop series Another Word for Gender with a panel discussion tonight on Native Women in the Prison Industrial Complex at McGill University’s Moot Court with Sheri Pranteau (a former prisoner), Alana Boileau (coordinator at the Quebec Native Women’s Association) and Danielle Linnen (a lawyer specializing in Aboriginal law). 3660 Peel, 6:30 p.m., free

Atlanta metalcore band Norma Jean plays le Ritz tonight, performing the entirety of their Grammy-nominated 2005 album O God, The Aftermath with openers 68, Sleepwave, the Ongoing Concept and Saul Hittner. 179 Jean-Talon W., 7 p.m., $20

Show off your music smarts while showing off your support for college and community radio with CJLO’s FUNdrive all-music edition of trivia night at Ye Olde Orchard downtown. Lots of great prizes are up for grabs including Sennheiser headphones, Via Rail travel, and gift certificates for future hangs at Ye Olde Orchard. 1189 de la Montagne, 8:30 p.m., free

Monday night hip hop weekly $ucka Free Mondays finds a new home at Blizzarts following last week’s closure of Korova Bar (RIP). Tonight’s first crack at the new digs offers up chance to get drunk in love with a Beyoncé themed night of bangers and drink specials. 3956A St-Laurent, 10 p.m., free