Sunday, April 14th 2019
@ Shakespeare's Lower Level
241 E Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo,MI 49007
Doors: 6 PM
Show: 7 PM
ALL AGES // $10
Tickets available here: https://bpt.me/4094416
Gouge Away (Fort Lauderdale,FL) : https://gougeawayfl.bandcamp.com/
Slow Mass (Chicago,IL) : https://slowmassmusic.bandcamp.com/
OUT (Kalamazoo,MI) : https://outkzoo.bandcamp.com/
The Bookbinder (Kalamazoo,MI)
On March 2nd we will be having a FREE Narcan Training at the Invisible College facilitated by the COPE Network. We will be discussing the Opioid crisis and the medical science behind addiction, and participants will be taught how to use Narcan to potentially save someone's life who is experiencing an overdose.
Free Narcan will be available to participants.
After the training we will have several bands come and play at the house and will be raising funds for the COPE Network.
~~~~ Improvisational Jam/ Fusion Rock
~~~~ Slow, Doomy Metal
Narcan Training begins at 7PM, with music beginning around 9PM.
If you are planning on attending the Narcan Training and want the FREE NARCAN KIT please mark GOING so we can provide the Cope Network with an accurate estimate of how much to bring.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th at SHAKESPEARES LOWER LEVEL
Tickets: $8 adv. / $10 atd.
+ It Looks Sad.
It Looks Sad. originally began playing shows in early 2012 under the name It Looks Sad, That's Why I Said It's You. After a few line-up shifts the band emerged in late 2013 under the shortened name, It Looks Sad. In the Winter of 2013 the band recorded a handful of shimmering, sharp guitar pop / post-punk songs that echo the influence of bands like Surfer Blood and Beach Fossils. Along with the shortened moniker, It Looks Sad. professes a leaner, more straight-forward approach with their new material. The band's live show is also something to behold as their songs are given a bit more power and room to breathe. Hometown label, Tiny Engines, will release the band's proper Self-Titled debut in the Summer of 2014.
This is part of a series of upcoming workshops that will focus on fostering and building resiliency in our personal and social lives.
Rocket Stoves are a relatively easy to make alternative tool for cooking with a low, or no, cost design that is also portable (depending on the kind you make). They come in handy for people who do not have access to, or seek to reduce dependency on, conventional kitchen appliances. At the end of this workshop, each person will go home with the tools and knowledge to cook a meal, or simply boil water, with out being reliant on our modern energy infrastructure.
All supplies will be provided, please bring tin snips if you have a pair!