Rainbow Connections – 2SLGBTQ+

Posted On Wednesday February 20, 2019

The rainbow; a magnificent and awe-inspiring spectacle created by Mother Nature. It’s a natural wonder that appears, typically after a rain/thunder storm, and one that dazzles our eyes in its splendor and beauty.

The rainbow flag was created with this splendor in mind but also represents the coming together of all 2SLGBTQ+ people, regardless of race, gender and age.

As such, the Halton Hills Public Library and the Region of Halton welcomes the 2SLGBTQ+ community on Saturday, March 9th from 1-3pm at the Halton Hills Public Library, Georgetown Branch, for an afternoon of board games and An Intergenerational 2SLGBTQ+ Knowledge Share. This event is for all 2SLGBTQ+ people and those supporting the 2SLGBTQ+ community.

This event is a knowledge share to:

  • Challenge stereotypes
  • Promote cultural and generational knowledge exchange
  • Address social isolation and expand possibility models
  • Explore common needs and differences across the generations
  • Develop new ways to show support and solidarity 

Come out and take part in your community, meet others, be proud and enjoy an afternoon of board games in a safe and inclusive environment.

Be sure to check out more of these events at other Halton Region Libraries: Milton Public Library, Oakville Public Library and the Burlington Public Library. These Halton Libraries are all part of the Positive Space Network (PSN).

For more info please visit: hhpl.on.ca.