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  • DADS NIGHT OUT – FEB. 21ST
    This event is for Dads with LGBTQ2 kids looking to meet and chat with other Dads of LGBTQ+ kids.

    A Toronto Pflag Dad social get- together on February 21st.

    Our first Dads Night Out of 2019.
    Dinner and drink menu available, or just come for dialogue with other Dads who have children identifying from many diverse genders and sexualities. Toronto Pflag Dads volunteer to share their understanding and lived experience raising LGBTQ2 kids with other Dads of LGBTQ2 kids, over a dinner, snack, pint or tea.


    Join the dialogue, ask questions, or simply stop by at the Churchmouse to say hello!

    Dads Night Out
    February 21st, 7:30pm.
    2nd floor, at the Churchmouse and Firkin at 475 Church St. (Church & Maitland).

    Questions? email: dadsnightout@torontopflag.org

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Join us at an evening Support Meeting on Wed Mar. 6, 2019 (east end); Thurs Mar. 14, 2019 (Scarborough); or Tue Mar. 12, 2019 (west end). Details here.

Toronto Pflag is launching a pilot program of social events

Toronto Pflag is piloting a series of social/community building events, to keep our families connected.

 

The  program's goal is to offer social & well-being events for LGBTQ2 families. We hope to create inclusive environments for both parents and kids alike, exploring topics relevant to LGBTQ2 families, with opportunities to talk about gender and sexuality via social engagement with other LGBTQ2 families.

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