Saturday, September 24, 2016

♥♥♥ EVENTS FOR OCT 2016! ♥♥♥



With a lending library of designated dancers for all you wallflowers, and a dancecard-booklet to set up dances in advance (should you choose to), Toronto Queer Slowdance has all slow songs, all night long! (Except for the occasional intermission when we play the fastest songs we can find!)

It's high school with a happy ending. Come and experience why slow is beautiful, and why love is not ironic.

PS. Fabulous and inspired attire, while desired, is not required. But it would be AWESOME and HAWT. You are encouraged to wear your most dapper, delightful and delicious outfits! Wear the thing you don't have an opportunity to
wear anywhere else! As this is our PRETTY IN PINK edition, we highly encourage 80's glam.

Finally, you do not have to be queer to attend this party, but you must have an open mind, an open heart, and have open arms. Do keep in mind that many of our attendees fall within the LGBTTQ continuum and may or may not be interested in dancing with the 'opposite' sex, so if you are stridently straight, this may not be the most receptive community for you.


Dovercourt house
805 Dovercourt Rd. (1 block North of Bloor, 3 blks. west of Ossington)
Saturday, Oct 8, 2016
Doors at 9:30, Dance from 10 PM - 3 AM.
$10 admission includes your Dancecard-booklet!

Regretfully, the Dovercourt House is not wheelchair-accessible.


SNEAK PEEK @ UPCOMING EVENTS further into 2016...

Save the Date! Events and dates are subject to change, but realistically, in all likelihood, won't. But sometimes they do, so wait for the fully-realized event page before fully committing.

TORONTO QUEER SLOWDANCE - Oct. 8 at the Dovercourt House

TORONTO STRIP SPELLING BEE - Nov. 4 at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (Stars & Strips Edition)

TORONTO QUEER SLOWDANCE - Nov. 5 at the Dovercourt House


TORONTO STRIP SPELLING BEE - Dec. 2 at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

TORONTO QUEER SLOWDANCE - Dec. 3 at the Dovercourt House


Thank you SO MUCH for coming out and supporting quirky events! We can only continue to put on these intimate and odd experimental events because you come out and you tell your friends what wacky thing you did over the weekend and they were intrigued enough to come to the next one. So thank you.

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