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2017-08-03

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7:00 - 10:00pm
Celebration of Life for Doug Melanson at MenzBar
Bring your love and your best memories to share; bring flowers if you like, or some non perishable food or cash to be donated to a good cause. Light refreshments will be served.
Doug's Halifax biography can be found here

2017-08-04

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all day
Post Pride Camping Event
Peace Arch Campground, Lockeport, Nova Scotia
Everyone is welcome. Hosted by: PEACE ARCH CAMPGROUND (P.A.C.) http://peacearchcampground.wixsite.com/home 180 E. Green Harbour Rd. Lockeport, Nova Scotia.
Facebook Event Here

2017-08-05

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Post Halifax Pride Camping. See this link for details

2017-08-06

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Post Halifax Pride Camping. See this link for details

2017-08-07

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Post Halifax Pride Camping. See this link for details

2017-08-11

CourageRoundup

All Weekend
Courage Roundup Freedom To/Freedom From is a weekend get-together for alcoholics and addicts, and those affected by that of others. The weekend includes fellowship, speaker meetings and workshop discussions of recovery topics in a relaxed and peaceful setting and takes place at the UniversalistUnitarianChurch. Courage is a small, intimate round up and always has been. It is the only gay and lesbian AA round up in Atlantic Canada, the only one of its kind east of Montreal.
Location: the Universalist Unitarian Church, 5500 Inglis Street, Halifax. The cost is $25.00, which includes lunch on Saturday. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Supper on Saturday is extra, estimated at $14.50. You can pay at the restaurant.
Registration opens at 6:00pm on Friday.
Pre-registration is appreciated and may be done on line at http://www.courageroundup.ca/, or send your cheque or money order to: Courage Round Up, c/o 433-3025 Olivet St, Halifax, NS B3L 4A2
Contact: Dale C - Phone (902) 452-1986, e-mail – Courage449@yahoo.com

2017-08-12

CourageRoundup

All Weekend
Courage Roundup for Alcoholics, Addicts, and those whose lives are affected by them.
For more info, click here

2017-08-13

CourageRoundup

All Weekend
Courage Roundup for Alcoholics, Addicts, and those whose lives are affected by them.
For more info, click here

2017-08-15

8:30 pm
A monthly social coffee group for LBGTQ+ Jews will be having their first meeting at the Humani-T cafe on South Park - 1451 South Park St. @ The Trillium. All ages welcome. (The venue is wheelchair accessible, and has vegan & gluten-free options.)

2017-08-31

Press Contact: Alison Ward 8monkeysproductions@gmail.com 604 369-0822

Out Late: A double bill It’s never too late to come out… right?

At The Halifax Fringe Festival (Atlantic Fringe) August 31st – September 10th

Running time: 70 minutes; Comedy/Drama; Mature Themes; Location: Plan B 2180 Gottingen Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Ticket Price: $10; Visit atlanticfringe.ca for ticket information and showtimes.

Halifax, N.S. – August 19th, 2017. Two back to back shows about coming out in mid-life.

No Gold Star (@nogoldstar) Written and Performed by Alison Lynne Ward (8 Monkeys Productions) Co-created by Tara Travis (Monster Theatre) Vancouver, BC.

This new play in creation is the unofficial sequel to Alison’s hit "1/4 Life Crisis" (“Revealing, relatable and had the audience falling out of their chairs with laughter…” Plank Magazine, TO). True to her signature style, Alison's autobiographical tale of becoming a late-blooming lesbian is fabulously frank and candid, with moments of poignancy amid the laughs. Don't miss this inspiring show about finding truth in the first day of the rest of your life.

Unexpectedly Trans ( facebook.com/Unexpectedly-Trans) Written and Performed by Hanlon McGregor? and Mihaly Szabados. Story by Hanlon McGregor?. Toronto, ON.

Gina, 40-year-old married mother of two, begins a transition from hetero-seeming woman to identify as Dan, a queer, trans father. He must come out to his partner of 15 years, his children, aged 5 and 7, his family and his community. Both big and small hearts are challenged, and there are all the feels. The play highlights the real-life daily awkwardness of riding the TTC, shopping at the Eaton Centre with kids - while trans.