See what’s happening
Pride is about coming together as a community to celebrate the freedom to be yourself, to uplift and honour LGBTQ2+ activism, and to support LGBTQ2+ rights. Here you can celebrate some local talent, learn about the allies and activists in your community, as well as a listing of free local events and resources available to you through your local library.
Innisfil Pride will raise the Progressive Unity Flag at Town Hall on June 10 at 3 p.m. The event will be closed due to COVID-19, but will be streamed live on Innisfil Pride’s Facebook!
Virtual Tea / Unity Café
Join Innisfil Pride each Wednesday for Virtual Tea / Unity Café at 7 pm. This is an online social event for all. Come network, connect, and have fun with entertainment, trivia, and games. Visit Innisfil Pride’s Facebook page for details.
Pride Month Book Lists
Read along with us to support the LGBTQ+ community with books that empower and inspire . Check out our staff-created book lists for children and adults on Bibliocommons.
Treats 4 Change
Treats 4 Change are back on June 12! If your business would like to sell rainbow-coloured treats to help raise money for Innisfil Pride and their 2021/22 community programs and events, email firstname.lastname@example.org by June 6.
Virtual Trivia Night
Do you have what it takes to slay? Celebrate your personal PRIDE and join us for a sassy and sensational evening of trivia, hosted by local drag queens Justine D’as and Devoit O’Virtue! Answer trivia questions related to LGBTQ+ history, culture, and more. Register now.
Drag Queen Storytime
We’re so excited to have Justine D’as joining us for an inclusive Drag Queen Storytime! She’s bold, juicy with hints of raspberry and Chanel No. 5, and guaranteed to make you smile. Join us for songs, stories, and plenty of fun for everyone. Register now.
Meet our partners
Thanks to our partners for championing inclusiveness in our community and working with us to offer events this month!
Innisfil Pride is all about the inclusion and support for LGBTTIQQ2SA.
As the logo indicates, Innisfil Pride wants everyone to feel safe and respected to “bee yourself”.
Whether you identify with LGBTTIQQ2SA or are simply a supporter, Innisfil Pride welcomes everyone with a positive, open, and encouraging mindset.
In a short few years, Justine D’as has lip-synced her padded butt off performing at tons of queer social events, with the Army Of Sass Barrie, at various charitable events, drag queen story reads, to sharing the stage with a Ru Girl and even making herstory as one of the first drag queens to perform on a Canadian Armed Forces Base.
Durham-based Drag Performer
Devoit O’Virtue has high energy, a big personality and a passion for the stage and art of performance.
Activism, giving back to the community, and a heart as big as Devoit’s hair!