On the occasion of the rebirth of Homospun, you are invited to come dance and celebrate resilience, transformations, and the strength to rise again and again.
Welcome back to queer, anti-oppression, pro-accessibility, no-one-turned-away, fabulous dance parties!
Saturday, Dec 8, 2012
Odd Fellows Hall
1315 Douglas St
Lekwungen and Songhees Homelands, Coast Salish Territories
This event is 19+. Please bring ID.
$5-20 sliding scale (no one turned away for lack of funds)
Updated info will be posted here closer to the date!
Accessibility info: there is an elevator up to the second-floor event space. The space itself is on two levels, joined by a ramp. There is a single-stall wheelchair accessible washroom, and a multi-stall gender-neutral washroom.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Please note that this is a public event and while Homospun has done its best to check out volunteers, provide security, and prevent people with drugs/alcohol from entering, we ask that you exercise the same caution regarding your personal safety that you would use at any similar public event. Also, please see our Safer Spaces Guidelines regarding community expectations: http://homospun.wordpress.com/about/safer-spaces-guidelines
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