Diversity is Strength Party

The Edmonton Pride Festival is pleased to be hosting The Grey Cup’s “Diversity Is Strength” event, presented by You Can Play. Join us for a fun and entertaining evening to bring together Edmonton’s LGBTQ2S+ community and our allies to celebrate and continue to bring attention to the work being done by organizations like You Can Play in ensuring equality, respect, and safety for all athletes. Doors open at 9pm, and things get underway with the much anticipated Glitter Cup, a…

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Rainbow Visions Film Festival

Rainbow Visions is Edmonton’s premier LGBTQ film festival! Launched in 2015, the 4th edition is set to take the stage November 1st – 4th, 2018. Rainbow Visions is one of two annual film festivals produced by Global Visions Festival Society, along with sister festival NORTHWESTFEST (formerly ‘Global Visions’) .   https://www.rainbowvisions.ca/

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Edmonton Pride Festival Annual General Meeting

Join us for a re-cap of 2018 as well as the election of a new Board of Directors. All are welcome to attend however, only members who have paid their membership fee prior to October 2, 2018 will be permitted to vote (as per EPFS bylaws). The McKernan Community League is transit accessible, located minutes away from the McKernan Belgravia LRT station and multiple bus routes. The facility is also accessible and should you have any questions or concerns we…

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HIV Conferences

Conference Series invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “6th World Congress on Control and Prevention of HIV/AIDS, STDs & STIs” which is going to be held in Zurich, Switzerland during August 27-29, 2018. Theme “Enhance competency in AIDS Prevention and Care” The objective of the conference is to bring together scientific experts and leaders to promote and enhance the scientific knowledge in the field of HIV/AIDS, STDs, STIs and other infectious diseases. This conference will…

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Is That How Clowns Have Sex? A One-Woman, Queer Clown Sex-Ed Show at the Edmonton Fringe

Two-Time Montreal Spirit of the Fringe Award winner (2016/17), Montreal’s Best Kisser (2015), and certified sexpert Fiona Ross stars as Ms. Beatrice Haven (who knows a bit about sex, but finds it stressful). Watch as she struggles to navigate sexual education, her own sexuality and dental dams. Hopefully, you’ll learn something. Sat 18  4:15 pm Sun 19 9:15 pm Tue 21 2:15 pm Thu 23 6:00 pm Fri 24 12:15 pm Sat 25 11:30 pm Acacia Hall (10433 83 Ave…

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SCORCH at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival

Bustle & Beast, along with Blarney Productions present SCORCH by Stacey Gregg Intimate, dark, and uplifting. Inspired by real UK court cases, SCORCH explores the complexities of gender identity and first love, set through the eyes of a transgender teen. By posing as a boy who embarks on an intimate relationship with another girl, it leads Kes to devastating effects both legally and personally. SCORCH is about finding one’s place in the world and what can happen when a society…

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Community Engagement Meeting

The Edmonton Pride Festival Society would like to invite you to join them on August 14, 2018, to attend our Community Engagement meeting. At this meeting, we will be introducing our upcoming Community Engagement Process and plans on how to best to solicit input from community members on our next steps forward. We intend to use this time to introduce this strategy and to hear feedback on the presented plan. The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm in the…

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Out & Proud Tie-Dye Class!

Join us for this Tie Dye Fun! Allsion Tunis, local artist and fat activist, is guiding us through making our own Tie Dyed T’shirts, hankies etc. Cost is by donation if you are bringing your own item to dye. If purchasing your gear from us Tshirts: $10 Caps $5 Socks $3 Hankies $5 Cost covers the item, dye, and instruction! While you are here, check out our queer youth art show! www.aspecc.ca/events

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Trans 101

We are lost and need a new map! Trying to make heads or tails out of what all this ‘gender stuff’ means?  The bad news is that none of us were given a good map to being with.  the good news is we’re here to draw a new one! Learn some basic ways to shift your thinking to help clarify your questions about gender with Siobhan O’Leary

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