Mix of Six: Oct 1

Metro taps into today’s best entertainment and event picks
Published : October 01, 2009

The sixth annual Boot It UP!, a fashion and arts fundraising bash where Blundstone boots are decorated by Toronto-based ad agencies, artists and celebrities, takes place at The Roundhouse, Steam Whistle Brewery at 7 p.m. $40 and $50. sketch.ca/bootitup09.

Arrested Development’s David Cross will be signing copies of, and reading from, his book I Drink for a Reason at Indigo Books & Music, Eaton Centre, at 7 p.m.

It’s a Pink Bedroom Party (Princess Margaret Hospital/SickKids) to end cancer with a lingerie fashion show, DJ dancing, and live and silent auctions at the Berkeley Church, 315 Queen St. E., tonight. $65 and $55. pinkbedroomparty.com.

Men will be walking in high-heeled shoes in the business district and Nathan Phillips Square today as part of a fundraiser to help fight violence against women. Noon to 2 p.m. walkamile toronto.org.

Fall home show
The Fall Home Show, featuring celebrity guests, workshops, do-it-yourself ideas, decor and more, starts today at Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place. fallhomeshow.com.

American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens plays a sold-out show tonight at Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W., 10:30 p.m.

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