Marc-André Grondin in C.R.A.Z.Y.
Head to Divan Orange for a new edition of Indie Montreal’s brunch/concert series Yes No Toaster, featuring dreamy live music by francophone songstress Laurence-Anne with special menu selections including French toast, cocottes, croques monsieur and a range of entrées and desserts. 4234 St-Laurent, 12 p.m., $10 + brunch selections, $12 without brunch
Astrologer, traveller and local character John Fyfe launches an autobiographical novel, The Meaning of Fyfe, at NDG Indian restaurant Ganges. 6079-83 Sherbrooke W., 1-4 p.m.
Violinist/composer Sarah Neufeld (who you might know as a member of Arcade Fire) plays her first hometown gig since the release of her second solo album The Ridge, accompanied by sax player/collaborator Colin Stetson, with opener Eartheater. La Sala Rossa (4848 St-Laurent), 8 p.m., $15/$17
Author Robert Schwartzwald launches C.R.A.Z.Y., an analysis of the titular 2005 film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, and the latest installment in the Queer Film Classics book series. De Seve Cinema (1400 Maisonneuve W.), 2:30 p.m., free
Catch a screening of rollerblade doc State of the Art as part of a program of entertainment at le Ritz, including local-scene film Pitcher, a live acoustic set by local musician Andy Clark and more. 179 Jean-Talon W., 7 p.m.
Le Salon Daomé throws a special birthday edition of their Lofthanza party series with all-vinyl sets from DJs TheRawSoul and Guilty. 141 Mont-Royal E., 10 p.m., $4 before midnighté$6
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