Dear Denizen’s Ngabonziza
Arsenal Gallery’s weekly Mardi Culturel teams up with foodie mag Dînette for a pop-up shop featuring delicious goodies from Montreal’s artisanal food producers and other treats from companies including Alvéole, Carriage 44, BKIND, Beau’s, Henri Sodas, Preservation Society and Smoke Show Hot Sauce. 2020 William, 5–9 p.m., free
Centre des femmes solidaires et engagées are marking a solemn occasion — the 27th anniversary of the Polytechnique massacre (and the national day for action on violence against women, established to commemorate the event) — with a silent candlelit march on Fleury. Note that the march is also a vigil for missing and murdered aboriginal women. Leaving 1586 Fleury #100, arriving at Parc Ahuntsic, 6–8 p.m.
Montreal’s Dear Denizen — a band whose indie rock/post-punk-funk/soul ballad sound is delightfully hard to pin down — launches a five-track EP (Now Here) to follow up their self-titled debut release from 2014. Casa del Popolo (4873 St-Laurent), 8:30 p.m., price unlisted
Le Bleury Bar à Vinyle hosts an EP launch for Teddy the Beer, a Montreal/Paris act with a soft spot for brew, animal masks and The Walking Dead. Also performing live are Rami Bizzle, Hello Taxi and Jfrxshh. 2109 Bleury, 7 p.m., free
Add some laughter to your yoga routine with tonight’s edition of the Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at NDG’s Café Shäika featuring yoga-themed stand-up comedy from hosts Daniel Carin and Chris Sandiford plus guests Geena Grandeur, Steve Patrick Adams, Mike Carrozza, Melina Maria Trimarchi and more. 5526 Sherbrooke W., 9 p.m., free