In addition to BOLDFest's program, additional events (with fees) have been planned to add to the weekend's festivities. To date, the the following events have been scheduled. Registration information will be available soon.

 SOLOS Meet 'n Mingle Thurs Oct 10, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Private Hotel Suite.  $20 pp. Includes appetizers, wine, beer, non-alcoholic drinks. Maximum 22 women. BOLDFest registrants only. 
 Meet other solo women and hang out for the weekend.  

INTRO to DragonBoating Sat Oct 12, 2 pm. False Creek, Olympic Village area. $25 pp.
An exciting team-driven water sport! See a unique area of Vancouver from your dragon boat with 14 - 20 other women. Taught by Sisters in Sync paddlers, Vancouver's 1st and only all-lesbian dragonboat team. Maximum 20 women. BOLDFest registrants have priority for this event.  

REALLY GAY History Tour  Sat Oct 12, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm.  $31.50 pp
The Really Gay History Tour covers a broad spectrum of LGBTQ2+ history in Vancouver. It explores the differences between the early history of gay men and lesbians, and the different ways queer men and women were persecuted by legal authorities. After delving into the old gay haunts of Granville and Seymour, we pause to read the love letters of a bisexual woman who lived in Vancouver between the 1930's and 50's.  BOLDFest registrants will have priority to sign up for this event.

 THANKS  FOR BEING A LESBIAN:  Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner  Monday Oct 14, 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm (approximate time; to be confirmed)  Place & Price TBA  Max:  85

A wonderful way to end this fabulous lesbian weekend - celebrating, feasting and giving thanks to all lesbians, with and without us, who've made it possible for us to have this kind of celebration, publicly. There's many stories within our communities (possibly a few will be told over dinner) ..and still more work to be done. But on this day, we give thanks, and we celebrate. We're thrilled to be working with Tayybeh (pronounced Ti-Bay), a Syrian refugee women's catering company who are making an impact on Vancouver's arts and activist communities with their pop-up dinners and award-winning meals. Their Syrian dishes are loved by vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Cooking and catering is how these women are able to support themselves and their families, and, it's the 1st time, ever, that they have worked outside of their homes. They are now the breadwinners. We hope to also show a short documentary on Tayybeh.


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