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Sunday, 8 March, 2015

4:00 p.m.
Halifax Unity Mosque
El-Tawhid Juma Circle (ETJC) Mosques are gender-equal, queer-friendly, and religiously non-discriminatory. All are welcome. ETJC Mosques are places of healing for everyone, including those who do not identify as Muslim but who need a space for healing, who are family, spouses/partners, friends, seekers and allies.
Munchies/potluck. no wine, no swine! Vegetarian preferred.
Hope you can join us.
For more information, contact read the blog post or e-mail jumacircle@gmail.com.

Saturday, 14 March, 2015

NSRAP

2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
NSRAP presents Four Decades of LGBTQ Activism at Halifax Central Library
How has LGBTQ protesting and lobbying changed over the past 40+ years? A panel discussion re our political activities across generations.
Free Admission. Refreshments will be supplied. Wheelchair accessible and scent-free (so no colognes or perfumes, please!). Sign language interpretation is available but must be requested (contact nsrap@nsrap.ca).
Find out more via Facebook

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6:45 - 7:45
Halifax Trans Connect All-Bodies Swim at Centennial Pool (1970 Gottingen St.)
An open swim event for transgender, genderqueer, intersex, gender-variant, two-spirit people! An event free from scrutiny, exclusion or insult.
Gender-neutral changing facilities available. Come and swim!
FREE (but donations accepted.) Made possible with support from PrideHealth. Find out more via Facebook.

Sunday, 15 March, 2015

Health

2:00 - 4:00pm
LGBT End Of LIfe Town Hall Meeting
Location: At the Northwood Penthouse, 2615 Northwood Terrace
RSVP required: please contact lgbt-end-of-life-study@msvu.ca or 902-494-6620.
All older LGBT adults, the broader LGBT community, and those who provide care (whether paid or unpaid) are invited to join a discussion on the end-of-life needs of LGBT older adults. Initial findings from a cross-Canada study will be presented. Local service providers will present on preparing for later life and end-of-life.
Can’t make it in person? You can join by teleconference! Contact using the above information for details.

Integrity

4:00 p.m.
Integrity NS/PEI regular monthly Eucharist at the Cathedral Church of All Saints (1330 Martello Road)
Integrity is a Anglican GLBTQ group and their supporters who provide a safe and inclusive worship space for people on their spiritual journey. Refreshments and conversation follows the service.

Thursday, 19 March, 2015

AIDSCoalition

5:30 p.m.
BMO Bid for Life at Atlantica Hotel (1980 Robie)
Join the AIDSCoalition for a fun filled evening at the 13th Annual BMO Bid for Life Dinner and Auction!
There are amazing auction items up for grabs like a trip for 2 anywhere WestJet flies, tickets to Broadway productions, Trip for 2 to Ottawa with VIA Rail, Beautiful Art and so much more from local businesses in Halifax. Entertainment for the themed evening of "A Night of Broadway"
Tickets are just $70 which includes an amazing 3 course meal by the talented chefs at the Atlantica! Call 902-425-4882 ext 228 to get your tickets today!
Find out more via Facebook.

Wednesday, 25 March, 2015

NSRAP

6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
BlackOUT 2.0 at Halifax Central Library (New date & time)
Join us for this open discussion of what it means to be African Nova Scotian and GLBTQ. Speakers include Robert Wright, Evelyn C. White, Axel Obame and Chris Cochrane. Rev. Elaine Walcott will be moderator. Presented by the NSRAP LGBTQ Youth & Elders Project in partnership with the Halifax Central Library as part of African Heritage Month.
Free Admission. Refreshments will be supplied. All LGBTQ community members, friends and allies welcome. Wheelchair accessible and SCENT-FREE event – so please no scented personal care products. Find out more via Facebook.

Thursday, 26 March, 2015

Theatre

7:30 p.m.
Dalhousie Theatre Society presents RENT at Dalhousie Arts Centre
With book and lyrics by Jonathan Larson and directed by Chris Spencer. Set in the East Village of New York City, Rent is about falling in love, finding your voice and living for today. Rent follows a year in the life of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York's Lower East Side, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.
Tickets are $5 for students and $10 general. Reserve your tickets by emailing dtsrentthemusical@gmail.com with your name and the amount of tickets needed and for which date. There will only be tickets available at the door if the show does not sell out, reserve your tickets today to avoid disappointment.
Find out more via Facebook.

Friday, 27 March, 2015

Theatre

7:30 p.m.
Dalhousie Theatre Society presents RENT at Dalhousie Arts Centre
To find out more, see 2015-03-26 or the Facebook event.

Saturday, 28 March, 2015

Theatre

2:00 p.m.
Dalhousie Theatre Society presents RENT at Dalhousie Arts Centre
To find out more, see 2015-03-26 or the Facebook event. Theatre
7:30 p.m.
Dalhousie Theatre Society presents RENT at Dalhousie Arts Centre
To find out more, see 2015-03-26 or the Facebook event.

Friday, 17 April, 2015

10:30 p.m.
HoMotown? at TheCompanyHouse
Come shake your ass to the best Motown beats featuring two of Halifax's dreamboat DJs, DJ Regalia and Simon Thibault. Cover: $5.
Find out more via Facebook.

Sunday, 19 April, 2015

Integrity

4:00 p.m.
Integrity NS/PEI Regular monthly Eucharist at the Cathedral Church of All Saints (1330 Martello Road)
Integrity is a Anglican GLBTQ group and their supporters who provide a safe and inclusive worship space for people on their spiritual journey. Refreshments and conversation follows the service.

Thursday, 11 June, 2015

OUTeastFilmFestival

OUTeastFilmFestival at Neptune Studio Stag
Details to be announced.

Thursday, 16 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Friday, 17 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Saturday, 18 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Sunday, 19 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Monday, 20 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Tuesday, 21 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Wednesday, 22 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Thursday, 23 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Friday, 24 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA


Saturday, 25 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Parade Day!!

Details TBA


Sunday, 26 July, 2015

PrideWeek

Halifax Pride Week

Details TBA

Regular Events

TDue to overwhelming negativity, these events have been cancelled.he Queer Week Starts On Friday

Fridays

11 p.m.
GuerillaGayFare events - last Friday night of the month

ReflectionsCabaret

10 p.m. on
We spin all your favourite tunes at Full Throttle Fridays with a double threat on the wheels of steel at ReflectionsCabaret. First to warm you up and get your booty shaking we have DJ Cody Priest from 10 to 1am and then the one and only DJ Dollar keeps you going all night long!-the kickoff to your weekend! Happy Hour from 10pm to 1am with $2.75 drinks. $7 before 1am, $9 after. Students free until 1am.

Saturdays

9 a.m.
HalifaxFrontRunners - runners begin at 9:30am, walkers at 9:00am, beginning from the main gates of Halifax Public Gardens, corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street. Distance: 7kms. After-run gathering at The Daily Grind, 5686 Spring Garden Road.

RHOMBUS

9:30 a.m. to Noon
RHOMBUS Bike Rides in Dartmouth (May to October)
See the RHOMBUS Web site for details.

ReflectionsCabaret

10 p.m. on
Our famous Saturday night Party with the one and only DJ HedFones? at ReflectionsCabaret! That means all your favourite hits, requests, and ass kicking, butt shaking music!! Happy Hour runs from 10pm to 1am with $2.75 drinks! Cover is $7 before 1am and $9 after. See you there party people!

Sundays

9 a.m.
BedfordUnitedChurch (1200 Bedford Highway) - We are an Affirming Congregation and welcome everyone. Services at 9 am (Casual & Contemporary) and 11 am (Quieter & Traditional). For more info, call 835-8497.
10.30 a.m.
UniversalistUnitarianChurch: Lay-led service. We are a Welcoming Congregation, aiming to help each person in their search for truth and meaning.
10.30 to 11.30 a.m.
Halifax Friends Meeting (Quakers) - Quakerism emphasizes that we all manifest the Divine. Services are held at Atlantic School of Theology Library (640 Franklyn Street). Please use the car port entrance.
1pm to 5pm
SOS: Sex on Sunday Party Sex on Sundays: Halifax's Hottest Sex Party-CANCELLED

WayvesMagazine

Morning & Afternoon
WayvesMagazine layout (second-last Sunday of the month)- come and help! It's fun. Check http://wayves.ca/ "Production Calendar" item for exact dates; mailto:submissions@wayves.ca if you can help out!

KoinoniaChurch

12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
KoinoniaChurch Service @ Petrie's Halifax Feast (corner of Barrington & Salter Street)
4 to 6 p.m.
CentreOfHope, Halifax. Looking for somewhere new to experience spirituality? Check us out. We offer a welcoming non judgemental environment. No walls... come as YOU are. We meet each Sunday from 4-6 PM at the Dalhousie Women's Center located at 6286 South Street (next to Dalplex) Hope to see you there!
6 to 7 p.m.
BLT-Womyn Bi-sexual, Lesbian, Transgendered womyn meeting every second Sunday evening.

Mondays

5 to 6:30 p.m.
DalWomensCentre Women's Club 6286 South St. 494.2432. Open to all women, including trans women. Come to the DWC to learn about, share, and discuss your and other women's concerns, thoughts, and joys.
6:30 p.m.
"Usually" second Monday of the month, WayvesMagazine production meeting, new writers and volunteers welcome. Check http://wayves.ca/ "Production Calendar" item for exact dates.
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
TransFamilyNovaScotia meetings -third Monday of every month at the YouthProject (2281 Brunswick St.)
8 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous, Halifax: Live & Let Live AA Group for GLBT community. Meetings are held at St Matthews Church (1479 Barrington St, Halifax). Use side door near Maritime Centre at bottom of stairs.

ReflectionsCabaret

10pm on
The Monday night Band contest for cash at ReflectionsCabaret. Compete for your chance to win up to $1000!! Great music to follow with dancing. Happy hour from 10pm to 1am. $2.75 drinks!!

Tuesdays

6 p.m.
HalifaxFrontRunners - beginning from the main gates of the Halifax Public Gardens, corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street. Distance: 10-12 kms (with options for shorter and longer runs, depending on the day and the group).
6 to 9 p.m.
YouthProject Drop-in night - first, third, and fifth Tuesdays of every month (when there is a fifth Tuesday).
This is an unstructured event. It's a chance to hang out with old friends, make some new ones, and just talk about whatever.
7 to 9 p.m.
YouthProject Group meetings - second and fourth Tuesdays of every month.
This is a structured environment, with facilitators present to keep discussions on track, while at the same time helping to lead the discussion in the directions that the youth wish to go, as well as making sure the group guidelines are enforced. The discussions focus on the youth present having a say, rather than the facilitators lecturing about whatever topic is being discussed.

ReflectionsCabaret

10pm on
Cody Priest aka DJ Code MP -Wednesday Dance Night at ReflectionsCabaret. Cody will get you bumping and grinding on the dancefloor as he plays all your favorite top 40 dance music! 10pm to close, 2.75 drinks all night long and free cover!!! You can't go wrong!! See you there!!

Wednesdays

12.30 p.m.
DalWomensCentre Wellness Group Potluck @ 6286 South St. 494.2432. Open to everyone. Join the DWG with your lunch for healthy food and discussion with other friendly, wellness-minded folks.
6.15 p.m.
DalWomensCentre Circle of Rhythm 6286 South St. 494.2432. $6/session, drumming and music circle - call first to reserve a space.

Thursdays

6 p.m.
HalifaxFrontRunners - beginning from the main gates of the Halifax Public Gardens, corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street. Distance: 10-12 kms (with options for shorter and longer runs, depending on the day and the group).
6 to 9 p.m.
PFLAG meeting - first Thursday of every month at the YouthProject (2281 Brunswick St.)
7 p.m.
DalWomensCentre Knitting Circle 6286 South St. 494.2432. Open to all women, including trans women. Come to the DWC to learn about, share, and discuss your and other women's concerns, thoughts, and joys.