Len & Cub Book Launch Halifax

Leonard "Len" Keith and Joseph "Cub" Coates grew up in the rural New Brunswick village of Havelock in the early 20th century. The two were neighbours, and they clearly developed an inseparable relationship.


Halifax United Church Q Weekend

"PIE Day" is the United Church's celebration of the Q community.  This year, Halifax's St John's United Church has scheduled five days, March 10th - 14th, of cultural exchange, sharing and fun. 


Ash Wednesday Service in Halifax

2022-02-28 • Halifax

Queer Spirit Church returns to in-person services this Wednesday with a queer take on one of Christianity's most beautiful traditions: glitter ashes!

Every year, at the beginning of the contemplative season of Lent, Christians around the world have their foreheads marked with the traditional ashes of humility.


Queer Jewish Workshop on Friday


2022-02-27 • Halifax / K’jipuktuk • Wayves Staff


On Friday, March 4th, Halifax will see its first all-queer Jewish event.

In a workshop entitled, A Queer Welcoming of Shabbat & Adar II, Sof Kreidstein will explore creating rituals, modifying or reframing those we’ve carried through teachings and/or familial traditions, and considering what makes them personally meaningful to us, can be a radical and healing process.


Halifax Pride 2022 Planning Underway

Halifax Pride Festival running July 14-24, the Pride Parade is planned for Saturday, July 16, 2022, with a start time of 12:00 p.m., and the festival is launching a call for parade and project applications.


Call for Writers for Overcoming Trauma

Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore author Jeanine LeBlanc is looking for new writers or published authors to share a voice on how they managed to overcome struggles on trauma such as abuse, loss, near-death experiences, mental illness, addiction, or discrimination for her next Healing Hearts book, expected to be published in 2022.



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