Tuesday, Sept. 6

* Second to last day of Burger Week
* Quartiers Danse begins
* Free apple-picking in the city
* Double vernissage
* Action Bronson live
* Drive outdoor screening


It’s the second to last day of Montreal Burger Week, a celebration of the all-American sandwich at dozens of local restaurants, where special burgers have been added to the menu for the occasion. See the list of participating locations, burger details and how to vote for your favourites here.

Montreal’s annual contemporary dance festival Quartiers Danse opens today with a free outdoor lunchtime dance performance at Jardins Gamelin, featuring three works including the premiere of choreographer Andrea Peña’s Zero Uno Uno Zero plus Victoria Mackenzie’s Hexad Myriad and Soul Origins. Corner Ste-Catherine & Berri, 12:30 p.m., free

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) invites the public to help harvest the apples of their lawn’s orchard with a community apple-pick this afternoon. Bring your reusable bags and carry home as many apples as you can pick, plus a free guide to cooking with apples. You can also pick a few extras to be distributed to local charities by the CCA afterwards. Esplanade Ernest-Cormier, corner René-Lévesque and St-Marc, 4–6 p.m., free

The Galerie de l’UQAM launches its fall season with a double vernissage tonight for the exhibitions Patrimoines by Yann Pocreau (with works completed during a summer residency at the gallery and dealing with the changing architecture of Montreal as it relates to the construction of the new CHUM hospital) and Away From the Keyboard by Lieven Meyer (a video installation project exploring the way we exist between the real and virtual worlds). 1400 Berri, Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, J-R205, 5:30 p.m., free

Notorious rapper and TV gourmand Action Bronson is playing a show at Olympia — if the morality police don’t once again prevent him from entering the country due to misogynist lyrics (as they did when he was scheduled to play Osheaga two years back). Opening is NYC rapper Meyhem Lauren. 1004 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $45.60/$96.33

Check out a free outdoor screening of Nicolas Winding Refn’s already-classic 2011 film Drive, starring Ryan Gosling as a Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver. (Note that this is the last of the weekly Cinéma urbain à la belle étoile screenings this year.) Place de la Paix (next to SAT, 1201 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., afterparty at SAT’s Foodlab at 10:30 p.m., both free

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