Sunday, Oct. 16

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Cure your hangover and support community radio station CJLO at the same time at today’s CJLO Fundrive Brunch & Raffle at St-Henri’s Deli Sokolow, with station DJs spinning the best breakfast tunes and a chance to win prizes like Skull Candy headphones, Via Rail travel packages, show tickets from Blue Skies Turn Black, Evenko and Greenland and more. 4350 Notre-Dame W., 10 a.m.–4 p.m., free entry

Fancy old-port café Crew plays host to an Autumn Market today in their grand entryway featuring local products from companies with women at the helm such as Evive Smoothie, Audvik, Ça va de soi, Gibou, MYEL, Peppermint Cycling, Sokoloff Lingerie, Lovan M. and Muthins. 360 St-Jacques, 11 a.m.–3 p.m., free

Enjoy the fall weather with a stroll through today’s one-day only outdoor alleyway art exhibition, Back Yard vol. 2, organized by Aye Mag and Loum and featuring live art from Frédéric Chabot plus exhibits from Marie-Pier Meilleur, Laurie Cotton Pigeon, Laurianne Poirier and Ève St-Jean. Spiked coffee will be on hand to warm you up if it gets too chilly. Alleyway between Hôtel-de-ville and Laval from Sherbrooke to Prince-Arthur, 12–6 p.m., PWYC

Montreal country/folk singer-songwriter Katie Moore plays a 5à7 set at Little Italy pub. Vices & Versa (6631 St-Laurent), 5 à 7 p.m.

Good-time Montreal indie rock band Nancy Pants launch a new EP at Brasserie Beaubien with openers Jay Arner (playing “Vancouver style” music) and Montreal “harsh pop” band Beloveds. 73 Beaubien E., 9 p.m., price unlisted

Also launching tonight is Casual Listener, the new album by Montreal/Ottawa indie pop Future States at Casa, with support from Ontario’s Run Coyote and Montrealers Pallice. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10

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

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