Posts Tagged ‘punk’

Big Queer and Allied Brasspunk Clusterfolk!

Friday January 16, all ages and sober show. Suggested $10 donation
2005 Barton Avenue

Dress warm we might take it outside!

Looking for opening local act

https://www.facebook.com/events/363450117166108/

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On Wednesday August 27th we are hosting live from Canada the Drunken Wobblies! Folk punk music with labor lyrics! 7pm, all ages, bring a friend and a donation for the canadians!

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On Thursday August 28th we are hosting a craft night at 7pm! We will be making jewelry and you are welcome to come and bring any craft you want to work on or supplies to share etc.!

On Sunday August 31st, join us at 12:30 to cook for Food Not Bombs! This is the Wingnut’s last Sunday hosting the meal preparation until November!

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On Monday September 1st, take a break from your Labor Day festivities to come to a bizarre book reading at the Wingnut. No, really, its bizarre- The Bizarro Book Tour to be exact! 8pm!

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And on Friday September 5th, at 6pm, we will be hosting a potluck dinner for friends and family!!

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Come get crafty at the Wingnut on Thursday, August 14th at 7pm.

Bring projects you are wokring on, new ones, craft supplies etc.

We will have coffee and some snacks- feel free to bring snacks to share if you want.

We will also have some crafting supplies, but maybe not what you are looking for, so get in touch and ask or bring things you like to use to get creative! This will be a monthly event, on the 2nd Thursday of each month! Do-It-Yourself and Do-It-Together!

Sober / All Ages

2005 Barton Avenue Richmond, VA 23222

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Tuesday June 3rd at 7pm!

The event is an evening of folk punk jams from “remember when we trashed the golf course?”

the show includes playing telephone pictionary with the audience, zines, and comics.

You can listen to the music at rememberwhenwetrashedthegolfcourse.bandcamp.com

All ages, sober show. Please bring $$$ to donate to the touring musician, and to buy merch!!!

We are also looking for 1-2 local acts to open the show!

Cheap Show Tomorrow!!!

Posted: April 11, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Hey yall – this show is tomorrrow! If you want to help us get ready, come to the Wingnut tonight from 6-9 or tomorrow at 3-6pm. There is setting up to be done. Additionally there might be dumpstered pizza, donuts, and homemade guacamole. (Bring chips) If you can, bring a snack to share! Also bring $5 for the touring bands and extra $ for merch. Yea 5 dollar shows!!! All ages, sober, diy punx yall!!! Build posi punk community and have a good time together!!!

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A religious experience…

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“The What Cheer? Brigade is a 19-piece brass band from Providence, RI, USA. Our sound is an aggressive mix of Bollywood, The Balkans, New Orleans, Samba and Hip-Hop, played with the intensity of metal. Requiring no amplification, we prove that great parties need no electricity. Our live shows defy boundaries, appealing equally to punks and farmers, old and young.”

and they will be playing the Wingnut Anarchist Collective during a potluck cookout on Saturday July 13th at 6pm!!!

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Sober, all ages, bring a dish to share- vegan preferred (label for allergies if you can)

2005 Barton Avenue

please bring money to donate to the travelling band if you can!!!

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Friday June 7th at the Flying Brick Library, 506 S Pine Street in Oregon Hill

https://www.facebook.com/events/480231465379953/?fref=ts

Craig has been a part of the Boston punk rock community since 1988. He has been active playing in several bands, putting out the long running Upheaval Fanzine and also set up DIY shows for 15 years.

Craig also has lived with the symptoms of mental illness his entire life. In the past several years, Craig experienced a remarkable recovery process which enabled him and empowered him to learn effective coping skills and to get a handle on his mental health struggles.

Currently, after an amazing several years of intense struggle, Craig now is in recovery from his symptoms and works as a peer mental health counselor in Boston. Craig has the beautiful job of helping others improve the quality of their lives while drawing on his own lived experience.

Craig has successfully rehabilitated himself and while he continues to struggle from time to time, he hopes that his inspirational story will be of benefit to his peers. Craig is determined to help his peers who struggle with mental illness and addictions, live happier and healthier lives. Please come out to hear Craig tell his story.

There will be a question and answer session after the presentation.

Please bring $5 to $10 if you can, to help Craig with travelling expenses. Of course no one will be turned away.

All ages, sober event.

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