June Events at Sedition Books!
Welcome to June. That signifier of hot sticky Houston. Speaking of that--if anyone has a reasonably efficient used window unit AC they'd like to donate let us know. Ours may have just given up the ghost.
The summer doldrums are in full swing and Sedition needs new volunteers and new collective members to help us keep the place open seven days a week eight hours a day. If you are interested in volunteering 4 hours/week at the infoshop, drop an email to Christina at:
cwisty86 at hotmail dot com
Sedition Books is located at 901 Richmond Avenue (That's one block east of Montrose) and you can call or check out our website for more info: 713-523-0807 or www.seditionbooks.org
As always. All events are free but we encourage donations for the infoshop.
We have a couple of great shows coming up and a new order of fantastic anarcho-literature should be descending upon us soon. But while you're waiting check this out:
Dollar Book Fridays
June 5th at 5:30 pm
Please join us for our first weekly $1 book sale this Friday, June 5. The sale will begin at 5:30 and end at 7:45, with a wide variety of great books just waiting to be bought. Not to mention our lending library which you can be a part of for just $5 a year, and all our other great books and merchandise we have here at the infoshop. So, help us keep the doors open and stop by to pick up some cheap books. See you all there!
Tuesday June 9th
Chicken Little with Sew What! at Sedition
Tennessee Half-Pint Folk Punk
Come out for another great show at Sedition!
Chicken Little hails from Nashville, TN via Brooklyn, NY and will be joined by Houston's own Sew What!
Chicken Little plays fast songs, slow songs, waltzes and jigs. They sing punk songs like they're folk songs, and folk songs like they're punk songs. They write spirituals to be protest songs, and protest songs to be broken-hearted love ballads.
Sew What--melodic folkadelic strangeness from right here in H-town
Friday June 12th
Tuscon folk masters Doctor Dinosaur are on tour! These anarcho folk punks are in town from far off Arizona. They're kinda the House Band at the Dry River Infoshop there so come out and let them know what humidity feels like!
Opening bands TBA.