June is PRIDE month here in Toronto. To celebrate this most festive of occasions, we have got some great programs coming up here at DFC. If you want to get involved with any of these events or would like more information please contact Ryan Hayward 416 920 7340 x204 or email@example.com
YOUTH & ELDERS PROJECT
Wednesday May 31, 8pm @ Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
Integrating text, movement, music, and design, a group of queer youth and elders embark on an oral history of queer lives. We have a very small block of tickets to this show. If you aren’t able to make it with the DFC group, check out other show times and dates.
Thursday June 8, 7pm in the Community Room
We are excited to welcome local trans activist and educator Talia Johnson to speak about the fight for trans rights – around the globe and here at home. This is a great opportunity to learn and become and ally.
HOW CAMP – An Evening Of Gay Cinema
Wednesday June 14, 7pm in the Community Room
We are mega jazzed to host a sing-a-long / quote-a-long screening of gay camp classics The Wizard of Oz and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Cocktails and snacks will be served.
DFC PRIDE BRUNCH!
Saturday June 17, 12pm – 4pm in the Courtyard
Traditionally, PRIDE at DFC has been a night-time affair, but we are shaking things up this year. In addition to lots of great food, coffee, and cocktails, guests will also have a chance to flaunt their sass with our own lip-synch battle! Make no mistake…this will be a festive, fun, and fierce party to let your PRIDE flag fly! PLEASE RSVP BY JUNE14TH!
TORONTO AIDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
Tuesday June 20, 9pm @ 519 Community Centre
Anyone interested in joining us for this annual event is welcome. The DFC group will meet in main lobby at 8:30 pm and walk over.
KNOWING TORONTO’S QUEER PAST
Wednesday June 21, 7pm in the Community Room
Tim McCaskell, local gay activist and founding member of the Body Politic, will be here to give an illuminating talk on our city’s queer past – the good, the bad and the ugly! He will also touch on some themes from his new book, Queer Progress : From Homophobia to Homonationalism. Wine and appetizers will be served.