Sunday, Dec. 6

* Last day for Moe’s Diner
* Dispatch launches two new coffees
* Mini-Comiccon
* The Editorial Magazine & Yard Sale 666 pop-up shop
* The Film Society screens Satyajit Ray’s classic Charulata
* Trailer Park Boys live at Théâtre St. Denis


Trailer Park Boys

It’s the last day of grand slams and 4 a.m. poutines at the long running Monreal Forum adjacent Casse-Croute du Coin, Moe’s Diner (as eulogized in our December issue’s Stay Ostentatious column), so make your way over today to say goodbye in a festive and nostalgic atmosphere. 1455 Lambert-Closse, all day and night, closing at 6 a.m. Monday

Dispatch Coffee launches two new coffees with an all-day mini-market event where you can sample pourovers of the new flavours from Ethiopia and Rwanda, plus stock up on gifts from local artisans Primary Square, Animalove, Emily Gardner Jewelry and Melanie Lambrick. Coffee will be offered by donation supporting women’s shelter Chez Doris. 267 St-Zotique W., 9 a.m.–5 p.m., free entry

To tide over the fanboys and fangirls until the next edition of Montreal Comiccon in July, Mini-Comiccon comes to Palais des Congrès for one day only. 1001 Jean-Paul Riopelle, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., free entry

The Editorial Magazine and Yard Sale 666 are teaming up this weekend and hosting a pop-up with over a dozen vendors including Arbutus Records, Summer Cool Music, Metatron, Rebecca Storm, Ellery Lane Ceramics and more. A portion of the proceeds from the weekend will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross Refugee Crisis Appeal. 5594 St-Laurent, 12–6 p.m., free.

Le Cinéclub/The Film Society closes out its 2015 season with a screening of Satyajit Ray’s 1964 classic Charulata (Ray himself considered it his best film). Indian film specialist Caroline Tabah will be present for a roundtable discussion after the screening. Concordia VA-114 (1395 René-Lévesque W.), 6:30 p.m., $8

Canadian comedy icons and heroes to the stoned and drunk masses the Trailer Park Boys are bringing the show to Théâtre St. Denis. See our interview with Julian, Bubbles and Mr. Lahey here. 1594 St-Denis, 8 p.m., $54–$68.50