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Spooky Fundraiser for Calgary School of Informal Education

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Emmedia

2005 – 10 Ave SW

Calgary, Alberta

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OCTOBER 28TH : 7:00PM - Wierd Costumes Encouraged!!

Spooky All Ages Fundraiser : AT EMMEDIA! : 2005 10 Ave SW /// 7:00PM-12:00PM

Featuring the Gothy Talents of Wallow : Two synths and a drum machine! Really nice people, good at embroidery.

https://wallowyyc.bandcamp.com/releases
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Spooky Witch Sounds of Slut Prophet : Kathleen Hannah + The Internet + 3rd Wave Feminism, giving us a spooky seance x spooky JAMZ, also really like cats.

https://slutprophet.bandcamp.com/
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Wierdo Teen Beats of Laugh and Cry : Young, Angsty, and Fans of Ween + The Boredoms. Young Frank Zappa. Pretty Cool Moustaches.
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+ Special Guest SPOOKY DJS : ALL VINYL DJ SETS : THINK TEARS FOR FEARS, CYNDI LAUPER.. ALL THE HOT JAMZ

$10 - Although no one will be turned away due to lack of funds! Because we want you all to be included.

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Emmedia is Wheel Chair Accessible, :

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Mission Statement
Calgary School of Informal Education is a small, informal network of peers who facilitate classes, workshops, and skill-sharing events outside of a traditional institutional setting.
Our classes aim to be a safer space for people of many backgrounds to learn and share knowledge and experiences, making space for people of our communities to come together as we are– queer, trans, femme, racialized, neuro-divergent, low-income, marginalized in other ways, and active allies who follow safer space standards.
Values
– Accessibility
– Valuing lived experience
– Community
– Self-empowerment
– Intersectionality and de-centering privilege
– Fair compensation for labour
– Compassion
– Sustainability
– Transparency
– Flexibility/fluidity

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Safer Space Standards

CSIE does not tolerate discriminatory or abusive behaviour, and a participant may be removed from any event if they do not follow our safer space standards outlined below. These will also be posted at each event for participant reference.

Use Correct Pronouns

We will have nametags for attendees to write pronouns on. For example, They/Them, She/Her, They/He, etc.

We will also go over names and pronouns at the start of each class.

Respect Boundaries

Physical Boundaries – Respect others’ boundaries by asking first. Eg. ask before hugging someone. “No” is always an acceptable response and must be respected.

No Offensive Jokes

Jokes that “punch down” (i.e. take aim at a marginalized community) are not acceptable here.

Not Tolerated: Racism, Sexism, Transphobia, Ableism, etc.

Participation is not mandatory.

You do not have to participate in everything asked. You always have the option to pass on activities in the class.

Not Every Event is for Everyone

Some events will specify they are for specific groups (eg. Queer Craft Night). If you are not in the group specified, wait to attend one of our other events.

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This event takes place on Treaty 7 land and we acknowledge and thank the caretakers of this land — the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot): Piikani, Siksika, Kainai, the Nakoda (Stoney), Tsuu T’ina Nations, and Metis region 3 people for allowing us and any other travelling or visiting tribes to have this event on their territory. We also acknowledge the Inuit people of this land.

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