PRIDE AND PROGRESS 2019

PRIDE WEEK 2019 is from July 12 to July 21st!

Our Parade will be taking place July 14th at the St. John’s City Hall,
with set up starting at 11am!
We’ll raise our flag high at 12am, and march at 1,
and all meet up at Bannerman Park for 2pm!

But that’s not all!

Check out our full Pride Week 2019 schedule, here:

BUT THAT’S STILL NOT AT ALL!

Throughout the month of July St. John’s is happy to host a deep well of panels, dances, movie nights and more; the following are the ones people saw fit to tell us about, but I’m told there’s something bright, warm, and gay around every corner!


St. John’s Pride Internal Events

St. John’s Pride Inc. is pleased to provide a series of signature Pride Week events, each of which has the St. John’s Pride guarantee of inclusivity;

  • there will be gender inclusive washrooms available
  • we will make our venues wheelchair accessible
  • volunteers and staff will be trained in inclusive language.

These events are Pride produced and Pride operated! If you have any questions or concerns relating to events in this section, contact internal@stjohnspride.ca !

Saturday, June 29

Volunteers confirmed for the Parade. Initial volunteer trainings and designation of who helps what week of the Pride Parade.

Friday, July 12

Provincial Flag Raising at Confederation Building
12pm – 1pm

Featuring speeches from our provincial leaders, our Grand Marshalls of 2019, and musical accompaniment by Spectrum Queer Choir.

SQWISH Basketball at MUN
5pm-8pm

Non-competitive, non-hostile, non-judgmental drop-in basketball. Sqwish is a space for people that pretended to be sick in gym class. Sqwish is place where queer people, trans people and women are the first-round draft picks. Sqwish is passing over shooting. Sqwish is slam-dunking love into each other’s hearts. ♥

July 13, 2019

PRIDE DND at the Loft – Part 1
12-2.30pm | 3-5.30pm | 6-8.30pm

Join the wonderful world of fantasy roleplaying!

Promising a safe and inclusive environment, each of this year’s 6 one-shot sessions focus on aspects of the Rainbow; life (red), healing (orange), sunlight (yellow), nature (green), harmony/peace (blue), and spirit (purple/violet).

3 will be taking place on the 13th, and 3 on the 20th!
Limited space available; registration opens soon!

July 14, 2019

Pride Parade 2019 – “Pride and Progress”

Our Parade gets set up at 11am, July 14th!

Individuals marching need no application, but we request that large groups register through the following form. There is a 99$ entrance fee for for-Profit Businesses and Governmental Organizations not focused on advocacy.

Pride Sponsors, Non-Profits, and LBGTQ2S+ focused organizations can waive the entrance fee of $99 following confirmation of their interest through the following form.

Additional insurance fees may be required to march, between advertising and vehicular insurance, as per Municipal Mandate.

While Hilly, this route offers both the maximum municipal engagement and the most accessible path to Bannerman. Transport in the Parade for those unable to march is being researched.
  • 10:00am Traffic control setup
  • 11:00 am Marching Groups Requested to Line Up
  • 12:00 pm City Hall Flag Raising
  • 1:00pm Parade begins, march to Bannerman Park
  • 2:00 pm Parade arrival at bannerman park
  • 5:00 Bannerman Rd open and cleared of floats

Pride at the Park 2019
2pm – 6pm

We look forward to our second annual Yung Dumb Tea Dance, celebrating queer history and fairly sick beats. We’ll also have space for our sponsors to strut their loving stuff, for picnics, and we look forward to an amateur drag show for the majority of the evening!

Tuesday, July 16

Bonfire Night, Topsail Beach
5pm – 10pm

St. John’s Pride is proud to bring to you warmth and firelight as part of a 40 year tradition. Expect Bus rides from Quidi Vidi, from the Avalon Mall, and from MUN, to Topsail Beach. We are in discussion with the municipality of CBS to improve venue accessibility and maintain venue engagement.

People gather at Middle Cove beach for the annual St. John’s Pride Week bonfire. July 15, 2014. Photo by Graham Kennedy (grahamkennedyphoto.com).

Saturday, July 20

PRIDE DND at the Loft Part 2
12-2.30pm | 3-5.30pm | 6-8.30pm

Join the wonderful world of fantasy roleplaying! Promising a safe and inclusive environment, each of this year’s 6 one-shot sessions focus on aspects of the Rainbow; life (red), healing (orange), sunlight (yellow), nature (green), harmony/peace (blue), and spirit (purple/violet).

Limited space available; registration opens soon!

Loose Tie presents Rainbow Trout
9-12pm

Stay tuned for info on a damn fine night with the finest ladies of the night, the Haus of Traut!


Affiliate Events

St. John’s is also proud home to a variety of Queer, Trans, and Two-Spirit Organizations that are not St. John’s Pride!

While St. John’s Pride Inc. has done its best to determine accurate information on which events will be accessible, and to encourage event hosts to make their events as inclusive as possible, we cannot ensure that these events will feature either wheelchair access or gender inclusive washrooms.

Please contact respective event hosts for details.

Friday, July 5

Raise Up Fundraising’s 4th Annual Drag Bingo 19+
8pm

DRAG BINGO IS BACK!

Raise Up Fundraising’s fourth annual DRAG BINGO is a fundraising event in support of our local partnerships with 2SLGBTQAI+ community-serving organizations of Newfoundland and Labrador. Come in drag or come as you are, we just want to have a time with you!

Our lovely emcee, Doctor Androbox, will lead you through a fun-filled night of bingo, drag performances, and sweet prizes — all to be followed by a dance party with music by Hurricane Music! Time to show off those moves on the main stage!

Featuring drag performances by Fashionista Jones, Irma Gerd, Madame Daddy, Backslash Garbagefile, Liezel Hues and Johnny Diamond. Take advantage of our photo booth with wonderful photographer Kyle Callahan Photography, who will be capturing all your joy during the event. With the Island Belles Burlesque closing off the night with a fab number.

The event will have a licensed bar with affordable drinks (19+). 50/50 tickets and raffles will also be available for purchase during the event.

Wednesday, July 10th!

Guys dance with Guys at the Rockhouse Pub! 19+
7pm-9pm

Participants learn to Salsa Dance with multiple partners.
Must register in advance.

Occurs in a bar, drinking encouraged, people that ‘like’ each other will get their contact info a week afterwards. (If both don’t ‘like’, then no info given)

Friday, July 12th

Drag Story Time Chapter Thirteen at Marjory Mews!
10.30am – 11.30am

Raise Up Fundraising is so PROUD to have been asked to host the next chapter of “Reading Isn’t A Drag” Drag Story time at the Marjorie Mews Public Library during St. John’s Pride Week. The staff at Marjorie Mews Public Library truly are pieces of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Come see returning drag reader local Drag King Doctor Androbox read some stories with craft time and photos after.

Partnering with the Marjorie Mews Public Library we aim to create a welcoming event for all members of the community/family. From the hours of 10:30AM- 11:30AM we hope you’ll enjoy the stories and crafts with us, as we all learn how everyone has a story to tell. There is limited space so please register, families with little ones will be offered these spots first. But if not filled walk-ins are welcomed.

We’ll also still be collecting donations for Parents of Trans & Gender Diverse Kids – Newfoundland & Labradoryouth summer camp like we have at past “Reading Isn’t A Drag” Raise Up Fundraising Drag Story Times.

Happy Hour Pride Week at Shamrock City Pub – 19+
5pm – 9pm

The St. John’s Gay Men’s Chorus will be hosting a Happy Hour at Shamrock City Pub where we will be accepting donations for the support of the first ever gay men’s chorus in NL! They use their music and song to bridge chasms among people and communities.

Snatch Game of Love at Treble Lounge -19+
9.30pm

You’ve seen the romantic twist on the popular Drag Race challenge on TV; now see it live at Treble to get your Pride Week started right!

Two lucky singles looking for love will be getting to know our lovely group of “celebrity” snatchelors and snatcherlorettes in hopes to find their one true love… or at least their trade for the night.

It’s going to be a night full of comedy, romance, and the best drag in town; be sure not to miss this!

Saturday, July 13

Unicorn Horn Craft with Vertical Xpression!
1:30-4:30

Join Vertical Xpression for a couple hours of crafting fun!

We are making unicorn horns for our group to wear in the Pride Parade so we can march together as a herd of unicorns, our fabulous studio mascot. We provide crafting supplies but you can also bring your own crafting materials. This is not only a fun chance to make a craft, but also an opportunity to check out the studio and get more information about our pole classes. There will be coffee and donuts!

$5 at the door (pre-registration required, 20 spots available, contact the studio to register)

The Womyns Station Pride Dance – 19+
10pm

The annual Womyn’s Station Pride Dance at the Station Pub and Lounge features DJ Jane Morgan!

Jane is not only a professional DJ but also a marriage commissioner. She will be performing a marriage that very afternoon but has agreed to spend her evening with us!

Advance tickets will be available at The Travel Bug as well as Our Pleasure stores Mt Pearl and Topsail Rd.

Yung Dumb Pride at the St.John’s Farmer’s Market
10:30pm-3:30am

Our annual Pride Week kick off. A new and exciting venue for the FINAL YUNG DUMB Pride installment.

Ariel Zetina (Discwoman/Smartbar Chicago) is a Chicago based artist, focusing in music production and DJing. Though her music can be considered techno, she takes inspiration from Chicago house, Belizean genres punta and brukdown, and the queer club scene worldwide.

These influences can be heard on her EP “Cyst” on Boukan Records; on tracks released by Club Chai, Knightwerk, Majía, Materia, & Sweat Equity; and on mixes for Rinse FM, Discwoman, Astral Plane, Red Bull Radio, and NTS. Her ruthless, cross genre DJ sets have been heard worldwide- her favourites include R4R (Berlin), Brutaz (Warsaw), Festival Grounded (Ljubljana), Femmetopia (London), Mixed Forms (SF), Directory (LA), Swetboxx (Miami), Discwoman (Detroit) & Wrecked/Carry Nation (NYC). In Chicago, she is a resident at the legendary house club Smartbar (former residency of the late/great Frankie Knuckles), where she runs Diamond Formation, one of her many club nights across the city (Rosebud, Ariel’s Party, Rumors).

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Tickets: https://etixnow.com/events/ariel-zetina/jul-13-2019/st-johns-farmers-market

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YUNG DUMB strives to create a safer space for party-goers in our city. Respect those around you. If you find yourself in an uncomfortable situation, don’t hesitate to reach out to a YUNG DUMB “Party Safe” volunteer (look for the logo lanyard).

July 15, 2019

Vertical Xpression Studio A – EASY pole moves
5:30-6:30

This is a pole class for people with absolutely no dance experience, zero coordination or upper body strength is required. If you can walk up the 3 flights of stairs it takes to get to the studio, you’re fit enough for this class.

Come away from it actually knowing a fun dance routine and surprising yourself by how graceful and coordinated you actually are!

Taught by Celina Torres, our wonderfully kind and patient Beginner Basics instructor.

$5 at the door (newbies only, pre-registration required, 10 spots available, contact the studio to register)

Vertical Xpression Studio B – Beyoncé-style Heels Choreo
5:30-6:30

Do you LOVE heels? Do you love Beyoncé? This is an amazing heels group choreography dance class, simple enough to be accessible to all levels, no dance experience required.

No pole dancing in this one. All genders welcome and encouraged to attend! Bring any pair of heels that make you feel Beyoncé-sexy!
Taught by Shane Regular, our multi-dance-talented Basics group choreo instructor.

$5 at the door (pre-registration required, 12 spots available, contact the studio to register)

July 16, 2019

St. John’s ProPride at the Sheraton Newfoundland
5.30 to 8.30pm

Our ProPride’s happen annually at various cities across Canada during Pride season. The name ProPride is derivative of ‘Professional Pride’, which is intended to be a Pride gathering for the LGBTQ2+ folks in the workplace who are not out at work.

We gather to celebrate our National and Regional Partners who have made commitments to foster environments where all people can achieve their full potential in the workplace, regardless of their gender expression, gender identity or sexual orientation.

This will be our first-ever ProPride to come to St. John’s!

Vertical Xpression Studio A – 10 pole spins
6:30-7:30

Have you tried some other kinds of dance but have always been curious about pole. This class, which is designed for people brand new to pole, will take you through 10 different pole spins and give you the chance to put some of them together in a lovely flow-y dance!

Taught by Celina Torres, our wonderfully kind and patient Beginner Basics instructor.

$5 cash at the door (newbies only, pre-registration required, 10 spots available, contact the studio to register)

Vertical Xpression Studio B – Burlesque Chair Dance
6:30-7:30

Miss Kitty Fantastico, the artistic director of Here Kitty Kitty Productions and long time St. John’s Burlesque performer known for dwelling in that magical dusk where beautifully weird meets sexually suggestive, has put together a super fun sassy burlesque style chair dance that’s all about the tease, and accessible to any level!

All genders are welcome and encouraged to attend, dress in something that makes you feel sassy and has layers.

$5 cash at the door (newbies encouraged! pre-registration required, 8 spots available, contact the studio to register)

July 17, 2019

PopUp Pride at the A.C. Hunter Public Library
6:30pm – 9pm

Join us as we welcome Gemma Hickey, Suzie Taylo and Daze Jefferies for an open panel discussion of their books. Readings and a Q&A.

Girls Dance With Girls Night At The Rockhouse Pub -19+
7pm – 10pm

Participants learn to Salsa Dance with multiple partners.
Must register in advance.

Occurs in a bar, drinking encouraged, people that ‘like’ each other will get their contact info a week afterwards.

Vertical Xpression Studio A – Self Defense Workshop for Transgender and Non-binary Folks
6.30pm – 7.30pm

This wonderful empowering and very effective self defense workshop is taught by the one and only Renee Sharpe! You may know Renee as a Wen-Do instructor, activist and community worker! Leave this workshop feeling safer and more in control of your personal boundaries!

$0 FREE! (pre-registration required, 12 spots available, contact the studio to register)

Vertical Xpression Studio A – Informal Open Pole Jam
7:30 – 9:30

Pole jam for anyone and all levels! Come in and play with us on the poles. Are you new? Check out the studio! Are you a die-hard poler? Bring your instagram requests!

Various studio teachers will be on site to help you with moves and answer questions. Please bring a pair of short stretchy shorts and a bottle of water, and if you’re planning to spin around the poles, please avoid wearing body lotion as it makes the poles slippery and dangerous.

You do not need to register to attend the Open Jam. $5 cash at the door (drop-ins welcome)

Vertical Xpression Studio B – New to Makeup
5:30-7:30

Professional makeup artist Kassandra McCollum is your instructor for this
tutorial for people who are new to makeup!

Are you in a process of transition? Maybe you’re someone who doesn’t normally think of themselves as seductive and want to try a glamorous look? Maybe you’re a boy who just wants to look fancy? Maybe you want a professional look for a new job? Whatever the reason, Kassandra is a total pro and will make you absolutely comfortable as you learn these glamorous skills.

You will need to bring your own supplies to this class. There will be an inexpensive shopping list sent to you upon registration. The products do not need to be any particular brand or purchased from any particular store, although some cheap products will be suggested.

$5 cash at the door (pre-registration required, 12 spots available, contact the studio to register)

Vertical Xpression Studio B – Witchy Unicorn Art-Therapy Paint Night
7:30-9:30

The Realm of Fates Designer Robyn Nightingale is a local artist who uses art therapy to help heal herself and others though the power of creative expression. In this fun paint night, art will be approached as a form of medicine and self healing. There is absolutely no experience required, as you will focus on personal expression more so than the goal of a finished
product.

Relaxation and breathing techniques meet visual art, for a pleasant, unique, positive therapeutic experience.

$5 cash at the door (pre- registration required, 12 spots available, contact the studio to register)

July 18, 2019

Crystal Queer at the A.C. Hunter Children’s Library
2:30pm – 5pm

Join Crystal for an interactive story hour to promote equality and awareness of the LGBT community!

Queer Market 2019 at the St. John’s Farmers’ Market
5pm – 9pm

SJFM Queer Market showcases the creativity of the Queer Community. With vendors selling a wide range of crafts, food, upcycled and vintage, the Queer Market offers shoppers the opportunity to discover unique and amazing things in an all-inclusive, accessible space. Admission is free.

Out in Faith at the Lantern
7pm to 10pm

This is the 4th annual Out in Faith Service.

The Out in Faith Pride service is a gathering of 2SLGBTQ+ folks and allies of many spiritual traditions to share the joys and sorrows of participating in and leading faith/spiritual communities. We share the Pride Week theme of Pride and Progress. Many accomplishments and continuing struggles are all part of this meaningful evening.

QUEER FILMS with the Eastern Edge Gallery
7pm to 10pm

There will be over 30 pieces of video art, documentaries, and media works by LGBTQ2+ individuals screened over 3 days, several of the screenings will contain mature content.

Eastern Edge Gallery’s accessibility options are explained here: https://easternedge.ca/about/accessibility/

Thursday night’s screenings include:

Drag Race X – Mikiki (2007)                        4 min 35 sec
Ana Felaxos – performance at 24 Hour Art Marathon (2009)    15 min 1 sec
Death Race – Mikiki (2011)                        6 min 52 sec
Artist as Present – Irma Gerd                    2 min 42 sec
Rib Bone – Lucas Morneau (2018)                     23 sec

[intermission]

Wake Up! – Jessie Short (2015)                     5 min 58 sec
Seance – Kent Monkman (2010)                     3 min 46 sec
Casualties of Modernity – Kent Monkman (2015)            14 min 20 sec
Mikiki Rose Beef sermon

Vertical Xpression Studio B – “Body Images” Art Show/Sale
5.30pm – 9.30pm

This show is a Pride-focused display and sale of works that address
physical, emotional and other issues surrounding the concept of body image and physical identity, as well as works with a Pride specific theme. Come view amazing body-positive and LGBTQ+ topical works created by outstanding local artists.

Examples of works to be seen: textile art by Ainsley Hawthorn, Pride themed and other paintings by Pamela Sheaves of Eccentric Studio, watercolors by Two Folks and a Tail, beautiful Pagan works and garland crowns by The Realm of Fates Boutique artist Robyn Nightingale, and various multi-media works by several other talented local creators.

Enjoy and also support the artists in this show by buying some special and unique pieces for you home!

(If you attend any part of the events over Thursday and Friday, your name will be entered in a draw, which will be held on Friday night at 9:30, for an awesome unicorn Pride theme swag bag and a FREE pole dance party for you and up to 12 of your friends!)
$5 cash at the door (drop-ins welcome)

July 19, 2019

QUEER FILMS with the Eastern Edge Gallery
7pm to 10pm

There will be over 30 pieces of video art, documentaries, and media works by LGBTQ2+ individuals screened over 3 days, several of the screenings will contain mature content.

Eastern Edge Gallery’s accessibility options are explained here: https://easternedge.ca/about/accessibility/

Friday Nights’ Screenings include:

Year of GIF – Paul Wong (2013)                    5 min 44 sec
Quicktime Interruptus – Stephen Andrews (2004)         1 min 30 sec
Pussy / cat – Kailey Bryan (2017)                     29 sec
Disoriental – Paul Wong (2014)                     1 min 15 sec
Plastic Bag – Irma Gerd (2017)                     23 sec

[no intermission – brief pause]

Yapping Out Loud: Contagious Thoughts from an Unrepentant Whore – Mirha-Soleil Ross and Mark Karbusicky                        1 hour 14 min

Vertical Xpression Studio B – “Body Images” Art Show/Sale
5.30pm – 9.30pm

This show is a Pride-focused display and sale of works that address
physical, emotional and other issues surrounding the concept of body image and physical identity, as well as works with a Pride specific theme. Come view amazing body-positive and LGBTQ+ topical works created by outstanding local artists.

Examples of works to be seen: textile art by Ainsley Hawthorn, Pride themed and other paintings by Pamela Sheaves of Eccentric Studio, watercolors by Two Folks and a Tail, beautiful Pagan works and garland crowns by The Realm of Fates Boutique artist Robyn Nightingale, and various multi-media works by several other talented local creators.

Enjoy and also support the artists in this show by buying some special and unique pieces for you home!

(If you attend any part of the events over Thursday and Friday, your name will be entered in a draw, which will be held on Friday night at 9:30, for an awesome unicorn Pride theme swag bag and a FREE pole dance party for you and up to 12 of your friends!)
$5 cash at the door (drop-ins welcome)

United With Pride Drag Extravaganza
10pm

Velvet Club and Lounge presents the “UNITED WITH PRIDE DRAG EXTRAVAGANZA!”​

St. John’s has had a long and colourful history of gay bars dating back to the late 1960s. As long as there have been gay bars in the city there have been drag performers. Names like Mother McCormack ,Jimmy Dean, Bella Straight, Trixie Trollop , Belle Bottom,​ Ika , Peptalla Bisnmalla Mikiki, Jessica Lopez, Felicia Cox, and Jackie Devine are just a few of the cities drag legends of days gone by.

The Pride Week Drag show has also been a longstanding popular tradition here in St Johns as well and this year is no exception.​ This Years Pride Drag show will be a showcase of local drag where everyone is a star.

Each of the evenings performers will be given the opportunity to take the stage to tell their own Drag story in their own words and followup with a performance of their choosing whether it be a one of their fave performances from the past; a Pride Themed performance or even a brand new performance.​

Interested participants can contact Fabian Fitzpatrick via a private facebook message or email djfabian64@gmail.com . (number of performers and those individuals looking to do more than 1 performance subject to the number of participants and time constraints)

$10 Cover (all door proceeds go to the performers​ at this event)

July 20, 2019

Intergenerational Trans Picnic at Bannerman Park
1pm – 6pm

A potluck picnic for folks of all gender identities and ages and the people that love them, hosted by Trans Support NL!

QUEER FILMS with the Eastern Edge Gallery
ALL DAY

There will be over 30 pieces of video art, documentaries, and media works by LGBTQ2+ individuals screened over 3 days, several of the screenings will contain mature content.

Eastern Edge Gallery’s accessibility options are explained here: https://easternedge.ca/about/accessibility/

Saturday’s Screenings include:

First event of day

Lesbian Hand Gestures – Coral Short (2012)             2 min 54 sec
Arrangement – Coral Short (2014)                    3 min 26 sec
Stone Mouth – Kailey Bryan (2014)                 3 min 14 sec
Slumberparty 2018 –  Hazel Meyer & Cait McKinney (2018)    25 min 33 sec

Second event of day

Steam Clean – Richard Fung (1990)                3 min 30 sec
HERSTORY OF PORN – Annie Sprinkle (1999)            1 hour 10 min

Third event of day

Chimera – Coral Short (2016)                     5 min 27 sec
Cry of the Loup-garou – Glen Gear (2014)                4 min 19 sec
the coyotes must see the moon… – Midi Onodera (2017)    1 min 38 sec
Being Green – Jess Dobkin (2011)                    3 min 30 sec

[INTERMISSION]

Ikuma Siku – Glenn Gear (2013)                     6 min 58 sec
Resettlement [floating home] – Glenn Gear (2013)         3 min 16 sec
Two to a Blanket, Feet to the Fire – Jamie Ross (2012)        8 min 40 sec
In the Golden Rods – Jamie Ross (2015)                1 min 47 sec
Like you and me – Mark Adams (unknown)             1 min 44 sec
Sissy Boy Slap Party – Guy Maddin (2004)            6 min 19 sec

Fourth event of day

Down the Drain – Midi Onodera (2017)                1 min 26 sec
The Apocolypse – ContraPoints (2018)                24 min 23 sec
Water Makes us Wet – Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens (2017)    1 hour 20 min

709 Roller Derby at the Fieldian Gardens Arena
7pm

709 Roller Derby will be playing a competitive roller derby bout. Tickets will be sold in advance or at the door, and food will be sold at intermission. As it is being held during Pride month, we plan to make it Pride-themed, in addition to its normal gaiety.

Specifics are to-be-determined, but we expect to have Pride-themed decor, and hopefully clothing reflecting the theme by officials, announcers and players.

Frisk Fetish Night at Velvet
10pm

The annual Pride weekend Fetish Night has been a Pride Week tradition in St. John’s since the late 1990s and this year will be no exception; Leather Lace Rubber Underwear Uniform Drag. It’s a night when less is more so to speak….”What are you wearing” has become the catch phrase in the leadup to this mid-summer event…. or better yet “What are you NOT wearing”. It’s like Halloween night in July ….an all-inclusive night of costume play and dance!


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