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Pride Walk: LGBTQ+ Heritage in the Village

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Pride Walk: LGBTQ+ Heritage in the Village
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Tour registration 2 hours before event starts Free  
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Join us in exploring Toronto's neighbourhoods and past. Tours are open to all, a donation of $10 is encouraged!
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For much of the past 70 years, Yonge and Church Streets south of Bloor were home to the bars, clubs and baths that constituted what mainstream society thought of as "the twilight world of the homosexual." Join us and our partners from the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA) on a walk through Toronto’s queer past and follow the footsteps of activists who struggled to find a public space they could call their own.

 

Start Point: The ArQuives (34 Isabella Street)

End Point: AIDS Memorial at Barbara Hall Park (519 Church Street)

 

Note: Certain portions of this tour may include walking on uneven terrain. Please contact Heritage Toronto at 416-338-0684 or info@heritagetoronto.org for more information.

 

Special thanks to the ArQuives (formerly the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives [CLGA]) for partnering with us to present this tour. Sign up for the ArQuives newsletter here: https://arquives.ca/sign-up-to-our-newsletter/. 


Immediately following the tour, participants are invited to Loblaws at Maple Leaf Gardens (60 Carlton Street) for a complimentary cooking school experience! #LoblawsPrideProud

 

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The ArQuives
34 Isabella Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 1N1
Canada

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Heritage Toronto

Heritage Toronto is a charity and agency of the City of Toronto that celebrates and commemorates the city's rich heritage and the diverse stories of its people, places, and events. Through our programs, including walking tours, State of Heritage Report, and historical plaques, we engage the public to reflect on the past—both to make sense of our present and to inform our future.

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