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MCC Toronto Presents: Church on Church Online

"MCC Toronto invites our communities to join us for our 29th Anniversary Church on Church Celebration Service, this year Online!

The theme of this year’s Pride Service is Unashamed & Fiercely Proud, a reflection of the LGBTQ+ community’s collective perseverance in the face of challenges. Featuring an inspiring Life Lesson from Senior Pastor Rev. Jeff Rock, and music from Mark Cassius, Kelly Holiff, Chilina Kennedy, Jacob MacInnis, and The Choir of MCC Toronto, our Church on Church Online Pride Celebration offers a pivotal opportunity for our communities to come together in a celebration of strength and love.

MCC Toronto is a diverse, inclusive and progressive spiritual community. All are welcome."

PlayDate

"Welcome to PlayDate! Toronto’s Largest Socially Distanced Outdoor Drag Brunch!

PlayDate returns for the 2021 summer season with a kick off event not to be missed! Hosted by Tiffany Boxx with favorites Kiara and Juiceboxx from Canada's Drag Race and Toronto Drag powerhouses Jada Hudson, Miss Moco, Steak, Manny Dingo plus a spotlight showcase of some new Drag talent

Rendezviews is the biggest and safest patio in the heart of downtown Toronto that holds up to 480 people safely. Tables are configured 8 feet apart to ensure safe distancing at all times. Each table will only sit 4 people from within the same social bubble. PPE & social distancing will be in effect.

Tickets will be sold in tables of 4 ($85 per seat), which includes a giftcard towards food & drinks. All covid-19 rules and regulations in effect.

Tickets on Sale week of June 11th, stay up to date by following @play.date.to on Instagram"

Closing Ceremony: Revolution

Online Event

The Revolution has not been Streamed. Looking back at the '90s through music, poetry and dance. Using what we have learned to move up into the future and to bring us one step closer to ending the BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ struggles we all faced.

Blockorama 23: Black is Love

Online Event

Blackness Yes! has a 23 year history organizing Blockorama, the largest and longest-running stage at Pride Toronto’s annual festival. Blockorama has a vibrant history that celebrates local Black performers and spotlights a focus on Black Love, self care, harm reduction, and community. Join your favourite blocko DJ’s, drag, ballroom and musical performers at Blockorama: Black is Love.

The Bear Necessities Patio

The Bear Necessities Patio at Glad Day is a friendly, relaxed night on the patio for bears and bear admirers. This is guys of all size taking up space on Church Street - no body shaming, all accepting, no attitude, all chill. No cover. Check our website from info about reserving a table.

Drag Queen Storytime: Pickering Library

Social isolation is not going stop us from celebrating 2021 Pride! Youth Pride Durham, Toronto Drag Queen Storytime and Durham Children's Aid Society are partnering with all of the local libraries in Durham Region to present Virtual Drag Queen Story Time, featuring Lucy Flawless. Each library will present one story time, hosted as a Facebook Live event on the Toronto Drag Queen Storytime Facebook page.

Auntie D’S IndigiBabes Variety Show

Join Auntie D and her very special guests as they celebrate National Indigenous History (Present and Future) and Pride Month! This very special variety show will include music, comedy, poetry and fucking with the system.

Stay Proud! Stay Safe! Stay PrEP’d!

Stay Proud! Stay Safe! Stay PrEP’d invites you to join a group of Toronto healthcare providers for a discussion about PrEP for HIV prevention. Gay men and other members of Toronto’s queer community remain significantly affected by HIV, with 4 out of 5 HIV diagnoses in the city being among men in recent years, and […]

Executive Director Community Meeting

Join us online on September 7, 2021, from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM for a Community Meeting with our Executive Director, Sherwin Modeste.Please Register Online To confirm ASL interpretation please visit PrideToronto.com/ASL  Meeting Agenda- Update from the Executive Director- Community Feedback from 2021- Festival Suggestions for 2022- General Question and Answer

Virtual Question & Answer Session

For prospective Board of Director Applicants to interact with the current Board Members to learn more about playing a leadership role at Pride Toronto. Please register in advance for this Virtual Q&A session with this link.After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom Meeting.ASL will be provided. 

Strategic Planning Community Pop Up – Barbara Hall Park

Barbara Hall Park 519 Church Street, Toronto, Ontario

Calling 2SLGBTQIA+ Communities in the GTA. Pride Toronto wants to hear from as many community members as possible in preparation for our 2023-2025 Strategic Plan!  We are so excited to be partnering with The 519 for our in-person Community Pop-Ups! You are cordially invited to grace us with your presence, and contribute your unique perspectives. […]

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