Multiple Times
OutFest at BusStopTheatre
Full schedule and details on event website, tickets available for purchase on Eventbrite.


4:00pm - 6:00pm
Lesbian Visibility Day Celebration
This event will highlight the MSVU Lesbian Pulp Fiction collection, the Dalhousie University Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive and Dalhousie University Lesbian Oral History project. This event will consist of a sharing of reflections on lesbian visibility, and invisibility, and the need for such collections. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
At: MSVU Art Gallery, Seton Academic Centre 1st floor, directions here.
Free admission. RSVP here.
6:30 to 9 p.m.
Trans & Two Spirit Name Change Clinic at Keshen Goodman Public Library, 330 Lacewood Drive
The decision to legally change a name or sex indicator is an important step in the gender transition of many trans and Two Spirit people. Accessing the services needed to make this happen, however, can present obstacles. In an affirming, private space, 2SLGBTQIA+ participants can find help with any stage of this process. Specially trained hosts will provide information and assist with filling in the applications.
Volunteers with Dalhousie Legal Aid will be available to witness signatures at no cost.
Online registration required
7 to 9 p.m.
Joshua Whitehead in Conversation with Arielle Twist at University of King's College - Alumni Hall, Academic Building, 6350 Coburg Road
Joshua Whitehead (he/him) is a Two-Spirit, Oji-nêhiyaw member of Peguis First Nation (Treaty 1). Whitehead's most recent books are Making Love with the Land which explores the intersections of Indigeneity, queerness, and, most prominently, mental health through a nêhiyaw lens, and Indigiqueerness: A Conversation About Storytelling, releasing April 25th. Arielle Twist is a Nehiyaw (Cree) multidisciplinary artist and sex educator based in Halifax, Nova Scotia located in Canada. She is originally from George Gordon First Nation in Saskatchewan and identifies as a Two-Spirit, transgender woman.
Tickets are $5, but if the cost is a barrier to attend please reach out to us at manager@kingsbookstore.ca. Joshua's and Arielle's books will be on-site for sale.
8 p.m.
QueerHockeyNovaScotia Pickup Game at Centennial Arena, 27 Vimy Ave
Play some pick-up hockey with an all-queer league. Register to play online - $20 per game.