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Opening Night of PhilipJoy?'s LGBTQ Community Show entitled Shout Out - Voices of the Halifax LGBTQ Community
6PM View Point Gallery


10 p.m.
Halifax Mussels Hockey Skills #2 🏒 at Centennial Arena
Halifax Mussels is a beginner to intermediate LGBTQ and Straight Allies hockey team in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Currently we are looking for players to attend our beginner / intermediate coached skills sessions.
A hockey skills session that will include skating drills, puck handling, shooting practice, etc.
Cost: 15$ per player.
Find out more and/or RSVP via Facebook:


7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Pride at Work Canada LGBT Women’s Networking Breakfast: Halifax Edition
A networking breakfast for LGBT professional women are intended to strengthen the connections within local LGBT women’s communities. These are informal, “drop-in” style networking sessions with no fixed agenda. All LGBT women are invited to attend, and breakfast is included. Bring your business cards, because you’ll meet new women!
The location is The Terrace, Prince George Hotel - 1725 Market Street, Halifax, NS. There is no charge.
Get your free ticket at


7 to 10 p.m.
Queer as a Crime: International Legal Perspectives
As part of International Women's Week, OutLaw is proud to be hosting a screening of the film The Abominable Crime followed by a panel discussion on immigration, homophobia, gender-based violence, the law and how they intersect.
Location: Room 105, Weldon Law Building, Dalhousie University
Details @



6 to 9 p.m.
Stigma SUCKS - Community Viewing Party
Resist Stigma is a national initiative that engages young gay, bisexual, queer, two-spirit, and trans (GBQ2ST) men and health professionals in combating stigma.
Join Resist Stigma and YouthProject for a night of storytelling featuring powerful videos from young GBQ2ST people all across Canada.
ALL WELCOME. Free of Charge.
Location: BMO Community Room / Halifax Central Library (5440 Spring Garden Road)
Find out more via Facebook @


7 p.m.
Building Utopia
Building Utopia or How Art Can Change the World in Five Easy Steps is an illustrated talk by performance artists Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan (famously known as the Lesbian National Parks and Services). Presented by NSCAD Division of Art History and Contemporary Culture, NSCAD MFA Program, NSCAD Division of Media Arts with LandMarks
Location: O'Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library



8pm - 11pm
ISCANS 5th Annual Anything Goes Show Hosted by HISM Emperor 11 Allan Dowding
at MenzBar -- Donations at the door.


6 to 7:30 p.m.
Talking About the Grindr Experience
A public presentation (45 minutes) on the social-networking app, Grindr, and its role within the gay community and gay men’s health. Followed by a Q&A session with: Principle Investigator: Dr. Matthew Numer (Dalhousie University), Gay Men’s Health Coordinator: Chris Aucoin (ACNS), Research Assistants: Phillip Joy & Ryan Thompson (Dalhousie University)
Location: Creative Lab, Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Road
More information available at



1 to 5 p.m.
The Ass Class ... for more control, confidence and pleasure!
This ground-breaking workshop from England, on how to have more pleasurable anal sex, is for GB2STQ* men. Instructing guys in some basic anatomy, the Ass Class aims to provide better understand about anal stimulation, pleasure and health.
There is no fee but advance registration is required. The discrete workshop location to be shared with those who register.
For more info, contact the Gay Men’s Health Coordinator at, or phone 1-800-566-2437 ext. 222, or 902-425-4882 ext. 222
Location: 5516 Spring Garden Rd, Suite 200


5pm - 9pm
ISCANS Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser Hosted by TMISM Emperor 16 Brian Brine & Empress 16 Dotti Rose
at Homewood Suites / Hilton Halifax / Downtown
Price: $10.00



6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
HalifaxPride Community Meeting
HalifaxPride is organizing regular monthly meetings to update the community on board activities, discuss new initiatives, and gather valuable input and direction from the community. Halifax Pride invites community input on a variety of topics and a couple of tentative topics for discussion include a draft Anti-Discrimination Policy and a Sponsor Survey initiative. In addition to these items, we welcome discussion on a variety of other topics as well.
Full details @
Location: Halifax Central Library, Creative Lab - Room 2nd Floor