On Friday September 16th from 9p.m. to 2 a.m.come to the Cagibi at 5490 St. Laurent to launch the much-awaited MIDNIGHT KITCHEN history zine, “WHAT’S COOKING GOOD LOOKING?” in a night of RADICAL NOSTALGIA, for all those people who are missing MK and those who have been wondering what they’ve been missing out on.
ZINES! PHOTOBOOTH! KARAOKE! DANCE PARTY!
… in the spirit of encouraging collective sentimentality …
delve into drunken political debates and debaucherous recollections (“remember that time at visioning OMG…”) // have your picture taken with your most beloved MK cooks and coordinators // karaoke top-gun and beyonce songs or whatever crappy tape you remember listening to on the MK boombox // dance like you did when you were dicing tomatoes in the kitchen // or, grind in line dances with people you’ve met while waiting in line for food // and, whether you’ve cooked at MK or not, you can finally take that chance to tell the collective how damn good looking they are.
we know you’ve always wanted to.
* featured DJS of MK’s past & present include:
death & the rezurrection, the krza + more TBA.
* no cover, but $5 PWYC donations
for your very own copy of the zine !!!
The Midnight Kitchen is a non-profit, volunteer and worker run food collective dedicated to providing affordable, healthy food to as many people as possible. Based out of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, we provide free or by donation vegan lunches five days a week.
The Midnight Kitchen history zine is: an attempt to share knowledge, encourage nostalgic sentimentality, document chaos and resolutions, recognize shared experience, mock ourselves, celebrate our faults and successes.
* cagibi is wheelchair accessible.