Monday, Nov. 30

* Winter Soft Market at Art:brgr
* David Suzuki keynote talk at the Montreal Summit on Innovation
* Police des Moeurs play Perfecto’s Souper Spectacle
* Ciné-Club LaBanque screens Kids
* $ucka Free Mondays’ Taylor $wift party at Blizzarts



Shop for art and artisanal products by locals like Starchild Stela and Lovestruck Prints at the Winter Soft Market, promising cozy, friendly vibes along with the sweet swag. See the complete list of vendors here. Art:Brgr (408 Gilford), 3–9 p.m.

As world leaders meet at the climate change summit, legendary Canadian academic, broadcaster and environmental activist David Suzuki is speaking at Montreal Summit on Innovation at Palais des Congrès. 1001 Jean-Paul Riopelle, 7 p.m., $35–$350

Plateau resto-venue Perfecto hosts their weekly Souper Spectacle, pairing some characteristically healthy grub (a warm salad of beets, apples, a homemade crumble, feta and greens) with the synth wave sounds of Montreal band Police des Moeurs. 20 Duluth E., doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m., $20 (show, meal, glass of wine)/$5 for the show alone

The crew at Ciné-Club LaBanque is screening Larry Clark’s infamous 1995 film Kids, preceded by a short film called W-A-L-K by Anna Sikorski, who will be present. Kids will be screened with French subs. 6751A St-Laurent, doors at 7:30 p.m., screening at 8 p.m. (If you can’t make this event, the Phi Centre is also screening Kids next week, on Dec. 8.)

$ucka Free Mondays DJs Nicky Raisinz, L.E. and Casablanca Capricorn are going all Taylor Swift on us this week. Party like it’s 1989. Blizzarts (3956A St-Laurent), 10 p.m.

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