LGBT Monthly Community Dinner
The third Tuesday of each month
Come and join some senior members of the local LGBT scene for a meal, a chat and a laugh. Bring a friend or two. Community Dinners alternate each month between Halifax and Dartmouth.
For more information and how to be added to the list, see MonthlyCommunityDinner


"The Fruit Machine" Documentary Viewing & Fireside Chat presented by TD Bank Group and Halifax Public Libraries
We invite you to join the TD Atlantic 2SLGBTQ+ and Women@TD Employee Resource Groups, together with the Halifax Public Libraries to view the award-winning documentary film "The Fruit Machine" followed by a fireside chat with survivors of Canada's longest-running, largest-scale violations of human rights of any workforce in Canadian history.
From the 1940s through the 1990s, the Canadian government purged homosexuals from civil and military service. Learn first-hand how Survivors united to seek justice and how they continue to focus on reconciliation and memorialization, today.
RSVP by following this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LQKC6DM
Location: Halifax Central Library – Paul O'Regan Hall, 5440 Spring Garden Rd
Not able to make it in person? Visit the Halifax Public Libraries YouTube channel for a live broadcast.
Panelists include:
Linda Goguen-Manning (she/her) Retiree Veterans Affairs Canada
Martine Roy (she/her) TD Regional Manager, Eastern Canada 2SLGBTQ+
Diane Pitre (she/her) Founder & Co-chair Rainbow Veterans of Canada
Trigger Warning: This event's film and panel discussion covers past experiences and has themes of rape, sexual assault and details PTSD as a result of sexual assault. This content is disturbing and may be traumatizing for some - please engage in self-care as you watch and listen.
TD, together with the Halifax Public Libraries, has identified the Green Room as a safe space, which will be available on site for anyone to utilize throughout the evening.