We are proud to produce or be involved with these great events being held across the Province of Ontario.
It’s Time to Get Crafty!
Craftathon is back for its 4th year! With new crafts (yay!), great food (yum!), and more ways to get creative in support of LGBT Youth Line, this year’s Craftathon is shaping up to be the best one yet. Our goal is to raise $20,000 and we can’t do it without you! For more info visit bit.ly/craftathon19
LGBT Youth Line's AGM - Sept 20th @ 6:30 pmPlease join LGBT Youth Line for our Annual General Meeting (AGM)!
The AGM is our annual event dedicated to reviewing the past year at Youth Line, and outlining plans for the following year. It is also the time when all community members can participate in the process of determining what Youth Line represents and what Youth Line does – for example, by voting to elect members to the Board of Directors, and on updates to the organizational bylaws.
Everyone is welcome to join us! We also encourage those who plan on attending to sign up for their annual Youth Line membership*, which entitles them to participate in the AGM as a voting member.
For more details, click here.
2nd Annual Craftathon
Join us on February 11, 2017 to support LGBTTQQ2SIA youth by crafting!
At Sketch Working Arts, Artscape Youngplace, we’ll be crafting in teams from 11am-4pm. Make your own crafty treasures! This is a family friendly event with food provided. ASL is available upon request!
Create your team, start fundraising now, and join us at the 2nd Annual Craftathon! bit.ly/craft4YL
For more info see youthline.ca/craftathon
180 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5
Sat Feb 11, 2017
11am-4pm View Map
For All the Feels: Self Care First Aid
SELF CARE FIRST AID KIT
Bad days are going to happen. Overwhelming moments & annoying little bumps in life never cease, but we can take charge of our self care & overcome this through self soothing!
It's important to be prepared and cope ahead, planning self care & self soothe coping strategies and building a tool kit while we are calm and connected with our inner self. With the help of this workshop you will recieve one amazing Self Care First Aid Kit, built, decorated and filled by you!
After personalizing & decorating our Self Care First Aid Kit Box, we will be creating DIY stress balls, designing powerful affirmation cards to guide us, and learning new skills to remember simple self care in tough times. We will be picking out specific sensory items to help calm us through our senses while also picking out creative, relaxing or distracting items."
For All the Feels is a series of 8 free arts workshops for and by lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, questioning, two spirit, intersex, ace youth within Toronto.
We want to create low-key and accessible spaces for queer youth to come together and have fun, learn something, and make connections in the community. Each workshop will be free, will include food and tokens, be physically accessible and have ASL provided.
For more information please visit http://youthline.ca
For questions or specific accommodations please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For All the Feels is produced with the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.
East Metro Youth Services 1200 Markham Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada
Thu Nov 24, 2016
6pm-8pm View Map
For All The Feels Workshop: Indigenous Beading (by Shane H.C)
Our first workshop is for two spirit, trans, and queer identified First Nations, Métis, and Inuit folks! Join us at 2 Spirits for a beading workshop facilitated by Shane H.C.!
On Saturday October 8th from 1pm to 3pm, come learn and practice your bead work with other two spirit youth and community members. We will be sharing skills, tips and stories. This space is both for folks who have never beaded before as well as longtime beaders - we've all got something to learn and share. You will have the option of building your own DIY loom, flat stitching, beading by hand or whatever you'd like to try!
2 Spirits has a ramp going up to the front door. It is a scent conscious organization- perfumes and chemical fragrances are limited and medicines are used within the space. There is key access to single stall washrooms, and we will have ASL interpretation available upon request.
Sign up using our Eventbrite page:
For any questions at all, please email Tamar at email@example.com
145 Front Street East, Toronto
Sat Oct 08, 2016 -Sat Oct 08, 2016
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm View MapVisit Website
15th Youth Awards Gala
The Youth Awards are back! Join us on November 12th at the Elm Centre, 87 Elm St. in celebrating the outstanding accomplishments of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, queer, asexual and two-spirit youth, and youth services that are making a difference throughout the province of Ontario.
7pm - Reception // 8pm - Awards show begins // 9:30pm - Desserts and Mingling
Finger foods will be served with gluten free and vegan options // Cash barTickets: $20 Advanced // $25 at the door // FREE for Youth (26 and under)
Space is limited, so get your tickets today!
Physical ticket sales will be available in limited quantities at a location to be announced soon.
Physically accessible at a central location in downtown Toronto
533 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, Ontario
Sat Mar 19, 2016 -Sat Mar 19, 2016
1:00 - 4:00 PM View MapVisit Website
Youth Line Annual General Meeting
You're invited to Youth Line's Annual General Meeting coming up on Thursday, September 17th from 7-9 pm. at The Sherbourne Health Centre! It'll be a great opportunity to check in with us, find out more about what we're up to, eat some good food on us (veg and gluten free options available) and listen to live music by special guest Charmie Deller! We hope to see you there.
Sherborne Health Centre (333 Sherbourne Street)
Thu Sep 17, 2015 -Thu Sep 17, 2015
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm View Map
Pride Toronto 2015
We will be participating in various events throughout Pride Week Toronto this year. Check out our news page for ways you can get involved and the official Pride Toronto website for more details on the schedule.