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MONDAY 2ND MARCH 2020
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in VANCOUVER
PRICE: Up to $10
TIME: 1-2 hours
Every Monday is Vancouver Poetry House's Van Slam, a stand-up poetry evening at the Café Deux Soleils on Commercial Drive, where you can hear poets from around Vancouver performing their own work from 8pm. Members of the audience are selected at random to give their opinions and choose a winner - so you may even get to judge the best poet of the night.
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