Sunday, Sept. 27

* Journée des bon voisins on St-Viateur
* The Naked Now day party at 820 Plaza
* Le Cinéclub screens the Max Ophuls classic Le Plaisir
* Kate Beaton launches her new Hark! A Vagrant collection at the Rialto
* Words & Music season opener at Casa del Popolo
* The Planetarium invites the public to see tonight’s lunar show through their telescopes

blood moon

Super/blood-moon tonight

In addition to being the last day of Journées de la Culture, with open houses and arts activities going on all over town, today also marks Journée des bons voisines along St-Viateur street. Stop by for a community-minded outdoor car-free festival featuring local vendors, special workshops, games, food and lots more. St-Viateur between St-Urbain & Jeanne-Mance, 9 a.m.–6 pm., free

Visit 820Plaza this afternoon for The Naked Now, a day-to-night dance party featuring DJs Terekke, Massyl, Dolphin and Ssurfacing. 6820 Marconi, 4–10 p.m., $10

Le Cinéclub hosts a screening of the classic 1952 Max Ophuls film Le plaisir, with English subs. Read more about the film from the golden age of French cinema here. Cinéma VA-114 (1395 René-Lévesque W.), 6:30 p.m., $8/$6 for students

Cape Breton-born, Toronto-based New York Times bestselling cartoonist Kate Beaton launches the newest hardcover collection of her comic strip Hark! A Vagrant, called Step Aside, Pops! (published by Drawn & Quarterly) with an event at the Rialto Theatre which will feature Beaton in conversation with Montreal author Anna Leventhal. 5711 Parc, 7 p.m., $5/free with book purchase

Casa del Popolo hosts the season opener of the melodious literary series Words & Music, featuring readings and performances from Kaie Kellough, Stefan Christoff, Isis Giraldo and more, hosted by Ian Ferrier. 4873 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $7/PWYC

We’re in for a celestial spectacle tonight as a lunar eclipse coincides with a supermoon, and the Montreal Planetarium is inviting the public to view this special happening for free at their Olympic Park digs, with access to telescopes available. 4801 Pierre-de-Coubertin, 8:30 p.m.–12 a.m., free