SoQu [sober queers] is a new monthly meet up for queer and trans folx who just want to chill and socialize in an environment that is free of alcohol! Come over to Tea Base (located in the basement of the Chinatown centre) for some tea, board games, video games, chill music and a potluck style snack table!
It's a Queer slumber party! Bring your cutest onesie and your softest plush toy! We're getting cozy and watching movies under the stars! This will be Soquuu-te!
Comment what movies you'd like to see! Let's stick to a queer iconic movies.
We start at 4pm but you're welcome to come hang out earlier!
(Please note, this is just the theme, tea base closes at 8:30pm)
This event is PWYC/ Pay What You Can
(this covers the cost of the venue $5 is suggested but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds)
Its potluck style so bring some snacks to share too! (chips, candies, cookies, cheese trays, fruits, guac!)
What are you bringing?
Sign up here http://tiny.cc/ecbr4y
Please be mindful of nut allergies. Purchased goods with ingredients listed are your best bet!
Tea Base also has a super cute selection of tea for purchase (def try the chrysanthemum tea)
ACCESSIBILITY: Tea Base is located in the basement of the Chinatown centre. Most of the entrances DO have several steps but there is one entrance door near the 'Super 8' that says "Chinatown centre' this entrance has no steps. There are two elevators that can take you downstairs to Tea base (behind the stage) Please contact us for more information!
We would like to acknowledge that events on this page are on the traditional lands of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishnaabe and the Wendat. We acknowledge them and any other Nations who care for the land (acknowledged and unacknowledged, recorded and unrecorded) as the past, present and future caretakers of this land, traditional territory named Tkaronto, “Where The Trees Meet The Water”; “The Gathering Place”. We do not support colonial forces that undermine, distort or erase the vital role of Indigenous people in our world.