I LOVE INCLUSIVITY: Variety Show Queertravaganza Saturday July 18, 2015
I Love Inclusivity: Variety Show Queertravaganza! What better way to enjoy PRIDE in our region than to celebrate our unique and fabulous selves through artistic expression. Set sail Fairies on the ferry to Wolfe Island! Talent showcase includes music, drag, spoken word, performance art and more. This will be a historical event for Wolfe Island – there haven’t been any queer events yet to this scale. Admission is FREE and so is the ferry. Don’t miss out!
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the diversity of our queer community including age, race, ability, class, culture, religion, health, sexuality, gender.
TRANSPORTATION & ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION
St. Margaret’s Hall is located in the village of Marysville on Hwy 96, Wolfe Island. It is directly across from Trinity Anglican Church. The hall is about 400 meters from the Wolfe Island Grill, Wolfe Island Pub and Pizzeria (WIPP), just West of the village dock.
All-ages event, children welcome. Licenced event. Bring ID for 19+ alcohol purchases with a wrist band provided. Cash only. No ATM on site.
- 7-8pm, Open Mic (catch the 6pm, if you want to be there for 6:45pm)
- 8pm, Talent Showcase (pre-arranged, live entertainment by local performers)
- Later in the evening, DJ (TBA)
The Wolfe Island Ferry (free) lands at the Winter Dock (Dawson’s Point), which is approximately 4km to the village of Marysville, where St. Margaret’s Hall is located. A shuttle school bus (free) is available on the way to the venue (6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm boats) and a stand-up, 60-person trailer will be the free transportation courtesy of White’s Rides will take everyone back to the midnight ferry and/or the 1:20am ferry.
Wheelchair accessible taxi available upon request – email below before Monday July 13th*
From Wolfe Island:
The Wolfe Island Ferry is wheelchair accessible if sitting on car deck. There is an accessible washroom (gender neutral, wheelchair) in the MTO Passenger Terminal on the Kingston dock, but the washrooms on the ferry are gendered and not accessible. St Margaret’s Hall is wheelchair accessible via ramp; however, there is a 1.5in lip on the front door. The washrooms are wheelchair accessible and gender neutral. If you have any specific requests, questions or concerns, please contact Sarah Eves before the event.