Panter’s Pub 6 – It’s My Birthday!

Sat, Sep 19, 7:30pm to 11:30pm in the old chapel

A musical/lyrical/poetical pub night in the old chapel at Holy Trinity Toronto. We’ll gather and listen to live music and sing some great songs together, talk, dance and share libations and maybe hatch some plans. (Live performances from about 8-10pm)

Our nominal theme this month is My Birthday! Not expecting any gifts, we may or may not have cake, not even an official birthday party, so don’t feel left out if you don’t know me. bwin شركة But I’m looking forward to playing, singing and dancing with you to celebrate.

Entertainment: Keith Nunn and various musical friends will host the stage. If you want to get up on stage at some point, contact me (Keith) ASAP and we’ll figure something out.

Who: You! You’re welcome. Looking forward to seeing you.
RSVP would be very helpful in planning.

Cost: free, but donations to help cover costs are appreciated. (Cost to run the event is about $120. If we get more we will put it into improving the space and a permanent PA for the chapel/pub)

Food and Drink: Pot luck munchies and BYOB. If you don’t have time, don’t worry, there is generally enough to share. تكساس هولدم

Helping: There are a number of things we could use help with, from acquiring items to improve the ambiance to help with clean up, to picking up and returning the sound system. Please get in touch if you have some time the day of the party or the day after each show. بلاك جاك كازينو


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