Monday, October 19 – A Sip With Sparkle – Halloween Hair-Raiser, 7 pm – 7:45 pm, hosted by Unicorns.LIVE, and supported by Friends of Dorothy Lounge and Okanagan Spirits Craft Distillery ~ Kelowna and Online
Welp, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us: Gay Christmas (also known as Halloween)! Your sensationally spooky hostess, Sparkle, and the eerily evil Ella Lamoreaux, are set to make this the tastiest and spooktacular Halloween ever!
On this episode of A Sip With Sparkle, your favourite tarnished twosome will create a devilishly delicious black vodka potion called “Witches Brew”, while later terrorizing your taste buds in the most sinful way with a “Pumpkin Pie Whiskey Sour”. Miss this very special Halloween episode of A Sip With Sparkle at your own peril…(muaha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha)…coming up on Monday, October 19, 2020 live at 7:00 pm PST only on Unicorns.LIVE!
Want to see the tragedy unfold live? You can join the audience for A Sip With Sparkle by reserving your table (in groups of 4-6, within your social bubble) by calling Friends of Dorothy Lounge at 236.420.4565 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Friends of Dorothy Lounge continues to provide a safe, healthy environment for both staff and patrons.
To find out more, visit the Facebook Event Page
Watch the livestream on Unicorns.LIVE
Tuesday, October 20 – Gender Identity Group ~ Online
This is a positive, safe, inclusive, supportive space for, gender non-conforming, non-binary, transsexual, transgender, gender queer inter-sexed or questioning (or any variation there of under the rainbow spectrum) people living in or near Kelowna or the Okanagan are to discuss matters and various topics while providing and obtaining peer support.
We meet every Tuesday from 6-8 via Discord.
For more information on this group meeting, please join the Gender Identity Group on Facebook.
Tuesday, October 20 – HIM Yoga, 5:30 pm, hosted by Health Initiative for Men ~ Online
Come stretch those knots away and do Yoga with HIM online! Just get your Yoga mat and bottle of water ready!
This session is open to all GBT2Q men living across BC. This is an online event via Zoom App. To register, please follow the link below:
For more information, please e-mail email@example.com. Attendance is free, or by donation.
Sunday, October 25 – Women’s Walking Group, 10:30 am – 12 pm, hosted by Kelowna Rainbow Women ~ Kelowna
This will be a bi-weekly walking group for women in Kelowna’s LGBTQ2+ community. This is a walk, not a hike on flat, even terrain.
This event is for all cis and trans women, as well as non-binary people who are comfortable in the space that centres around the experiences of women.
For information regarding this event, please join our group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kelownarainbowwomen/
Sunday, October 25 – Drag Brunch, hosted by Friends of Dorothy Lounge ~ Kelowna
Get ready for a #SundayFunday. The drag is here!
Come out and see a show at Friends of Dorothy Drag Brunch (by reservation only). Seating begins at 11am followed by the performance at 12pm.
Tickets are $30 per person and include:
One mimosa or one Caesar AND an item from our brunch menu
CALL TO RESERVE! For more info go to: https://www.fodlounge.com/
We are super excited to host Miss Freida Whales at the Pumpkin Patch for a story time and Pumpkin Picking!First storytime 12:00PM, second is 1:00PM
Maximum 50 people, children are $10 (includes a pumpkin!), guardians are free. Book your spot at https://www.harpurfarm.ca/pumpkin-patch-2020/
Sunday, October 25 – Movie Night, hosted by Friends of Dorothy Lounge ~ Kelowna
We have @mistress_sashaz hosting our final Movie Night on October 25th; Rocky Horror Picture Show. (*Costumes HIGHLY encouraged*) and our reigning KNDS Khalora Form herself hosting our Halloween weekend with appearances by Jenna Telz. For a safe and socially responsible Halloween, we’ve got you.
Call to reserve: 236-420-4565
Sunday, October 25 – TransParent Okanagan Meeting, hosted by TransParent Okanagan ~ Online
TransParent provides community consultation, advising and advocacy on issues related to families of trans youth. They also operate a peer support network, monthly meetings, guest speakers and a lending library of books, videos and other resources.
TransParent Okanagan meets regularly the third Sunday of every month. To find out more, check out their Facebook Page