On August 4 - 7, Peace Arch Campground will be hosting a free camping weekend on the extreme south shore of Nova Scotia.
Wayves interviewed the organizer, KC, currently en route from BC.
Why a free camping event? Why am I doing this event? Because I am Trans and I want to share my place with others amongst the community. All are welcome -- the event is sponsored by Halifax Pride.
Everyone in our community is on some budget. Here's a list of free things to do in HRM this summer. Thank you to Andy Fillmore, Member of Parliament for Halifax, for the research.
In June 2017, Wayves interviewed Riverside Campground owner Dennis Douglas.
Did you camp as a child? What was it like? Did you camp after you came out as gay? I camped all the time as a child. And used to camp at gay campgrounds in Ontario, and The Mermaid And The Cow Campground, right around the corner in Scotsburn. It's now closed.
"Ils sont" is a French-language picture book by New Brunswick singer-songwriter Michel Thériault that approaches the topic of homosexuality for a younger audience."
Review reprinted from Atlantic Books Today without permission.
NSRAP Annual General Meeting, Wednesday, May 24, 2016
Location: The Khyber, 1880 Hollis Street, Halifax
Join us to hear what our organization has accomplished this year, get our bylaws up to date, and elect a new Board of Directors for 2017-18!
Special resolutions will be brought to the membership to amend the NSRAP bylaws. A detailed list of motions for proposed amendments, can be viewed on our website.
Kamp, New Waterford Boy, and The Decelebration of Canada 150: all three are must see!T hese three varied performances and performers are united in their wit and intelligence, transgressive queer spirit, their resistance to oppression and their challenges to conventional histories and identies. We are fortunatr to have them among our story-tellers.
"Heist is the brainchild and new creative platform for Richie Wilcox and Aaron Collier. The company is committed to creating, producing and presenting innovative, genre-bending and queerly playful performances in Halifax and beyond. Wilcox describes New Waterford Boy as "“This is a tribute to the Cape Breton man I never was and never will be.”