Cheers, Tears & Fears: Queers Read from Our Past

Cheers, Tears & Fears: Queers Read from Our Past

Wednesday, March 28th from 8pm-10pm

Cover: $10, in support of Toronto People With AIDS Foundation PWA. Funds go directly to this year's 20th PWA's Friends For Life Bike Rally. While this is a fundraiser for PWA, no one will be turned away from lack of funds. Readers are free.

A diary entry confessing your celebrity crush that you couldn't tell your friends about. That love letter to a summer camp bunk-mate that you never sent. A poem that clearly identified what your 'root' was. Song lyrics about how you wanted to secretly kiss your best friend, but fear they wouldn't feel the same way. It's time to dig up your literary treasures from the past, put on a brave face, and share your favourite written creations from when you were young in front of a crowd of supportive, encouraging humans.

Read

Want to read a piece? Get in touch with Lauryn Kronick lauryn@gladday.ca or send a message to Elle Chronique to be a part of this month's roster.

Info on PWA & Friends for Life Bike Rally

Now its 20th year, the Friends for Life Bike Rally is a 6-day bike ride from Toronto to Montral, and a 1-day ride from Toronto to Port Hope. The Bike Rally is the sustaining fundraiser for PWA supporting its ability to provide critical services and support to individuals living with HIV in Toronto. More info: www.bikerally.org and https://www.pwatoronto.org/.

Note: This idea was inspired by the story-telling event Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids https://grownupsreadthingstheywroteaskids.com/.


Cheers, Tears & Fears: Queers Read from Our Past

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