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Event Round-up: October 29 to November 4, 2017

It’s Halloween – or rather, Halloweek – and Victoria is ready to celebrate. There’s a wonderful variety of spooky and fun events around town, but there’s also a few events that deserve an extra shoutout.

Monday, October 30

  • The University of Victoria Students’ Society (UVSS) is hosting a UVic Pride Halloween Dinner and Movie Night – they’re showing Hocus Pocus and having a potluck! Bring your snacks, blankets, and friends for a night of Halloween fun.

Tuesday, October 31

Dr. Frank 'N Furter, a gender-ambiguous individual in black leather and garterbelts is stretched out across a pair of large red lips like they are a sofa. The background is entirely black with the text "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" typed out in spooky and bloody text. The dates for the Vic Theatre's showings are listed in white below - October 27, 28, and 31.
A picture of Dr. Frank ‘N Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Banner taken from The Vic Theatre’s social media page for The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Wednesday, November 1

  • Presented by AIDS Vancouver Island, Queerabilities is a meet-up group for queer-identified individual with disabilities. They meet at the Central Branch of the Greater Victoria Library from 5 – 6:30pm in the second floor meeting room. As a drop-in event with limited space admission is first come, first served.

Friday, November 3

  • UVic`s This Side of West editorial team is hosting a reading at Deluge Art Gallery to promote some of their own work, and to get the rest of us pumped for this years’ iteration of the journal! Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door; doors will open at 7pm. (Pink Pages’ own Leslie Ahenda is reading – take the time to check out her stuff!)

Saturday, November 4

  • Delicious Seniors Cooking is an on-going meal planning and cooking series hosted by the Victoria Lesbian Senior Care Society – don’t worry, they encourage LGBTQ+ individuals of all ages to participate. In a two-part meet-up, you spend two hours menu planning on Saturday November 4th, and then take three hours on November 15th to cook what you planned out. Check out their website for registration information and more details.

Have we missed anything this week? Should we be promoting a queer event happening in our community? Leave a comment down below or send us a message via social media – we’re always on the lookout for events and happenings around town.

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