You can join the ArQuives, formerly the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, on a walk through Toronto’s queer past on July 25.
The Heritage Toronto tour visits some of the sites of the Church-Wellesley village, where for much of the past 70 years the LGBTQ+ community congregated, and follow the footsteps of activists who struggled to find a public space they could call their own.
The tour begins at The ArQuives, 34 Isabella Street, at 6:30 p.m. and ends at the AIDS Memorial at Barbara Hall Park, 519 Church Street, at 8 p.m.
Register for free (a $10 donation is encouraged) at Heritage Toronto online.
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