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Pride March

July 16, 2023 @ 11:30 am - 12:00 pm


The Valley Pride March will begin with speakers at clock park, and proceed down the sidewalks of Main Street to waterfront park, where Pride by the Sea will begin!

This is a free, all-ages event.


Teo Ferguson

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Teo (they/them) is a black non-binary person from Halifax Nova Scotia, a high school graduate from Dartmouth high school and a social service graduate from NSCC. When not working at the Youth Project, they are creating spaces, advocating online and speaking up, in person for QTBIPOC people. They have a deep love of anime, a good affordable quality of life for all, building community, and finding love.

Queera Bang

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Queera Bang (they/them) is a non-binary performer/producer with the goal of creating more access to queer events, safe spaces, and visibility for youth in rural Nova Scotia. They strive to create shows and spaces that celebrate gender diversity and drag beyond the world of Rupaul. Queera is known for their roller skating antics and ridiculousness on the mic.

Accessibility Notes:

The Pride March will begin with speakers at Clock Park and proceed down the sidewalks of Main Street to Waterfront Park. May it be noted that Clock Park has gravel-based walkways and is subject to general street noise and passersby.

Sidewalks in Wolfville are generally accessible; however, they are subject to mild bumps and curves. Sidewalk patios are now in place and maybe create close quarters when meeting individuals moving in the opposite direction.

The March will involve large groups of people and loud sounds, and could be subject to moments of increased sensory while walking and engaging in multiple conversations or interactions.

The walk will transition from the sidewalk to the Harvest Moon Rail Trail for a small portion of the walk to connect the group to Waterfront Park.

We invite you to consider this and your own personal ability before attending.

Masks are welcome but not required.

There will be ASL interpretation for this event.

Close accessible parking is located at the Wolfville Library.

ASL Interpreter

Mae Striteman (they/them)

Born and raised in Quebec, the ASL/English interpreting program brought Mae (they/them) to the East Coast but the proximity to the ocean is what keeps them here. They have been working in the community since graduating in 2014. They also have experience in video relay service and educational settings but the community has always been their favorite especially sports, theatre and Pride events.


July 16, 2023
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:


Valley Pride


Clock Park
484 Main Street
Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 1E3 Canada
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