Queer Youth Pride Dance Party

Calling all GLBT2SQQQ teens and their friends… Here’s a Pride Week event just for you! Join us in celebrating our queer community with a DJ dance party, button-making, snacks, drinks, and complimentary bus tickets.

Friday, July 8th, 2011
7 pm to 12 midnight
Norway House
1110 Hillside Avenue
Coast Salish Territory

Venue is all one level (including large single-use washroom with handrails), accessed from compacted-gravel parking lot via long wooden ramp.

Youth Age 18 and Under Only, Please!


Click here to see the event page on Facebook

Please, no drugs or alcohol. Intoxicated people will be asked to leave.

See you there!

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: https://homospun.wordpress.com/about/safer-spaces-guidelines/

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at homospun@gmail.com or call 250-661-6818.


Queer Youth Social: A Night of Fun Just for Teens!

Friday, March 11th, 2011
7 pm – 10 pm
Solstice Cafe
529 Pandora Avenue
Coast Salish Territory

Youth Age 18 and Under Only, Please!

Venue is all one level, no stairs, and includes an accessible washroom

Calling all GLBT2SQQQ teens and their teen allies… Here’s an event just for you! Board games, rad crafts, open mic… Bring your instruments! We’ll provide everything else, including snacks, drinks, and bus tickets!

Click here to go to the Facebook page for this event

We strive to create space that is safer for folks. We do recognize that it is impossible to create a completely safe space. We envision events that are pro-queer, pro-trans, pro-gender-queer, pro-ethnic, cultural, and racial diversity, spaces that are welcoming and friendly for folks with different body types, ways of presenting, different abilities/different ways of moving, folks who are poor and low-income, and different belief systems. We oppose all forms of oppression, and work towards being as accessible and inclusive as we are able. We hope to be constantly challenged to continue learning and developing our anti-oppressive policies and practices and encourage those in our communities to do the same.
We aim to deal with any concerns raised in a productive and respectful manner.