Social Justice

Dinner and a Movie August 12th

For the Month of August Dinner and a Movie will be screening two short films, both films look at present day practices of large scale farming and ask ‘what if we did it differently?’

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Open Mic Night at The Table

When the free music ends in the park this Saturday at the Stewart Park Festival why not join us at The Table for a night of free entertainment at the Open Mic? Come share your talents and/or take in the talents of your fellow neighbours from 6:30 - 10:30. Free tea and coffee and snacks available. Everyone is welcome!

Dinner and a Movie- July 8th 2015

We are turning up the heat for our July edition of Dinner and a Movie and screening the film How to Start a Revolution. Dinner runs from 4:30 - 6:00 and the movie will begin at 6:30 with a lively discussion to follow. Tea and coffee are available and free! Come on out and get inspired by this fantastic film!

Dinner and a Movie, June 2015

It's a first for The Table - this is not our typical documentary for Dinner and a Movie night- a feature film!

Open Mic at The Table

Come to The Table on Saturday April 11th for another Open Mic session! Doors open at 6:30 and the show begins at 7:00. Everyone welcome, all forms of talent are appreciated and everything is FREE! Tea, coffee and snacks available. Come to perform and/or come to enjoy the show.

Dinner and a Movie, April 2015

We are excited to announce that the National Farmers Union will be joining us for Dinner and a Movie in April to screen the film Til the Cows Come Home. Diane Dowling, a dairy farmer and president of NFU, Local 316, will be leading a discussion after the film. Join us Wednesday April 8th, dinner runs from 4:30 - 6:00, movie will begin at 6:30.

Clothing Swap

March break is coming fast!

Dinner and a Movie, February 11th 2015

Join us Wednesday February 11th 2015 for Dinner and a Movie where we will be screening Occupy: The Movie. Dinner runs from 4:30 - 6:00 and the documentary will begin at 6:30 pm.

A documentary that takes an in depth look into the political movement that sprang from the 2008 economic collapse. It gives a balanced analysis of the movement's successes and failures from those who were instrumental in sustaining the protests to voices from within academia and industry.

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