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Equali-Tea Resource Fair
July 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Come out and see what’s available in the Valley for resources for our community. Whether you’re a youth, a student, an adult, under the rainbow umbrella or not, we’ve got you covered! Come check out what these wonderful organizations are doing to support the community.
The resource fair will be held in Jack’s Gallery at Just Us! in advance of Everyone’s a Whittle Bit Gay, but is open to everyone, whether or not they are attending the show.
Sexual Health Resource Centre
AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia
The Valley Youth Project
Founded in 2009 as a satellite of the NSYP, the Valley Youth Project (VYP) is an Kentville-based non-profit organization run by local adult volunteers, who are all members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community. We facilitate twice-monthly drop-ins during the school year, with time for discussion and activities. We also provide education workshops for youth and adults.The purpose of the VYP is to provide a safe and supportive space for 2SLGBTQI+ youth and their allies to meet, share, and foster a community, and like the NSYP our goal is to make Nova Scotia a safer, healthier, and happier place for young people of all orientations and identities.
The Red Door
The Red Door is a non for profit, community based , sexual health centre. We provide walk in services and booked appointments with physicians. Services include; STI testing , reduced-cost Birth Control, pap testing, gender affirming care, pregnancy terminations, and medical care related to sexual health. The Red Door has been open for 30+ years, providing this essential care to the youth in our community.
Just Us! is a welcoming business for the Queer Community. Additionally, both the entrance to the Just Us! Cafe and Jack’s Gallery are accessible!
There are automatic doors at the entryway and an accessible, gender-inclusive washroom. However, may it be noted that the washroom has white amenities and white walls for those with lower visual capacities we invite you to consider that before using the space.
Sensory-wise, Jack’s Gallery can be, at times, loud and echoey. However, with the addition of more soft elements within the event setup, it is expected to reduce general space noises.
We invite you to consider this and your own personal ability before attending.
Masks are welcome but not required.
Accessible Parking is located in font of Muddy’s Convenience store to the right-hand side of the entrance to Just Us!