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KiLLJOY Femme Meet-up

August 11, 2016- 6:00 pm

~*~*~ part of KILLJOY FEST 2016 ~*~*~

*QTBIPOC only*
*facilitated by emily*

This is an open invitation to ALL BIQTPOC femmes of all and any genders! Come out, visit, lounge, and share community at Victoria Park. This event is only for BIQTPOC who are femme identified or folks who are interested in exploring their own relationship with femme identify. We ask folks who know they do not identify as femme to please respect this space.
If you’re not femme identified but you’ve been invited to this event please support this event by passing the invite on to the BIQTPOC femmes in your life ♥

We’ll have blankets, snacks, and a big sign to help you find us. This event is kid and dog friendly! Feel free to bring food + friends, or just yourself. Please post to this page or message any one of the hosts with questions, comments or excitement, or with any access needs.


free event! no registration necessary!



Victoria Park has 2 gendered bathrooms (one labeled for “men” or another for “women”) located on the west side of the park. Bathrooms are open daily from dawn until dusk and contain a lockable single stall (“men’s” bathroom also has a urinal) and a sink/waiting area. Both the outside entrance and the stall entrance are approximately 30″ wide. The outside stall does not have an automatic/push-button entrance and swings inward to open. There are grab bars in the stalls.

The park is located closest to the 20 busline, and the Commercial-Broadway skytrain stop.

Thanks to folks from Femmes in Vancouver – Coast Salish Territories (https://www.facebook.com/Femmes-in-Vancouver-Coast-Salish-Territories-169378589747013/?fref=ts) for the access information and parts of this event write-up.

KILLJOY FEST events are a mix of BIPOC-only [black // indigenous // people of colour], QTBIPOC-only [queer // trans // intersex who are also black // indigenous // people of colour], & non-exclusive. please take note!


KILLJOY FEST takes place on the ancestral, traditional, & unceded lands of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh, & Tsleil-Waututh peoples. as organizers, we invite festival participants to join us in reflecting on our varying relationships to these lands.


August 11, 2016
6:00 pm


Victoria Park
Vancouver, Canada