Sunday, March 6

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Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter- Trout, Bar, Bat with gun

Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter

Head to McGill’s Redpath Museum for a map-making workshop by Paper Places, where the workshop’s instructors will collaborate with participants to create “a world” with “geography reminiscent of our own planet but with land masses distorted or changed slightly to suit the exercise.” 859 Sherbrooke W., 12 p.m., free (materials provided on-site)

Paris- and New York-based architect, writer and podcaster Léopold Lambert launches the fourth edition of his print magazine project The Funambulist: Politics of Space and Bodies with a presentation of the issue’s themes examining carceral environments such as prisons and residential schools. Joining him will be prison abolitionist and magazine contributor Nasrin Himada. Canadian Centre for Architecture (1920 Baile), 3 p.m., free

Montreal’s Scapegoat Carnivale theatre company presents a reworked version of their philosophical Fringe Festival hit Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter, starring Chip Chuipka, France Rolland and Jennifer Roberts. The play runs nightly through next Sunday, March 13 (with a 2 for 1 option on Wednesday and additional afternoon performances next weekend.) Studio Jean-Valcourt (4750 Henri-Julien) 3 p.m., $29.40/$22.20 students

Comedian Jenn Hayward (author of Jesus Loves a Crazy Horny Feminist) brings her one-woman show The Monogamous Slut to Comedyworks for a night of bawdy bedroom humour. 1238 Bishop, 8 p.m., $10

[PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED] Have a novel live-music experience at oddball Mile End bar Snack n’ Blues, where Sunday Slam presents Greaser, with neo-folk musician Leif Vollebekk joined by Suuns drummer Liam O’Neill and surprise guests. 5260 St-Laurent, 9:30 p.m., free

Lift off from the dancefloor at this week’s edition of Lofthanza at Salon Daomé featuring French (from France) DJ Céline and M.e.h.d.i. (of the Ants collective — get a feel for their sound via this video). 141 Mont-Royal E., 10 p.m.

See our Event Listings for more concert, nightlife, theatre, comedy and community event options. See our Art Listings here.

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