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Cafe L'Acadie now closes at 3PM, but they are staying open for us on Tuesday for our last dinner at the Cafe. As of Oct 21st they are closing their doors at the motel and commencing a search for a new location. So come out for our last dinner at the Cafe!


Trans/Non Binary Community Hang
At the Rad Storm, 2177 Gottingen St
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2:00-4:00 PM
Book launch for The Heart Begins Here.
Join author Jacqueline Dumas for the launch of her new novel. The Heart Begins Here is in the voice of a feminist bookstore owner coming out and trying to hold it all together. The story takes place in a western Canadian city in the shadow of the disturbing political climate that followed the 9-11 attacks in 2001. Along with drastic changes in the book industry, Sara must contend with her disintegrating seven-year relationship with Wanda, as well as a mother who refuses to accept her daughter’s lesbianism.The novel explores themes of love and loss, of the lingering effects of childhood, of personal and societal homophobia, of misogyny, and most notably: the challenge of integrating the personal with the political.
Where: Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, 1113 Marginal Road (Across from the Seaport Farmers' Market), Halifax
Light refreshments! Everyone Welcome!
Admission: Free
Women's Halloween Dance
CFB Halifax CURLING CLUB, 6441 Hawk Terrace,Halifax (off of Connolly Street)
Tickets are available at: Venus Envy - Halifax, Renegade Records - Dartmouth, E-transfer -, Phone - 902-433-1601, Texting - 902-233-7482
$7 advanced & $10 at door
Come out & join us all for a fun evening of dancing with your friends or to meet new ones. Lots of parking very close to building & great bar prices.
If wearing a costume PLEASE be respectful to all cultures.


7:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Kamp - world premiere of new musical by Halifax local GarryWilliams
Neptune Studio Theatre, 1593 Argyle ST.
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