Radar: June 11th, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for THURSDAY JUNE 11th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

FOOD | Local Food Movement Dinner Series
Learn more about the local food movement with Jamie Kennedy at his restaurant, Gilead Cafe while enjoying a meal made from locally-sourced ingredients.
Gilead Cafe, 4 Gilead Place
6:30pm / $60

GALLERIES | Anna Panchev "Imagery to Your Altitude"
Explore Anna's latest collection of intense, surreal paintings at the Barbershop Gallery.
1718 Queen Street West
6:30-10:30pm / FREE

PARTIES | Velosocial
Tonight's Velosocial is supposedly the last one ever, so come dance, rock the open mic, watch bike videos and down a pint with fellow cycle enthusiasts for the final time!
Augusta House, 152A Augusta Ave
11pm / FREE

THEATER | Nevermore
Take this dreamlike theatrical trip into the bizarre world of Egdar Allan Poe, master of suspense, fascination and dread.
Winter Garden Theatre, 189 Yonge Street
7:30pm / $40-$50

BOOKS AND LIT | World Voices in Fiction
Join some of global fiction's freshest voices from around the world for an evening of readings and discussion.
Al Green Theatre (Miles Nadal JCC), 750 Spadina Ave
7:30pm / $15

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