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Lesbian Visibility Day in Montreal

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Created in 1982, the Lesbian Visibility Day is still relevant. With this event, the goal is to bring together LGBTQ women and provide a space for discussions and fun!

The Quebec Lesbian Network invites you to Never Apart for a special day on June 1st, presented by TD Bank.

JVL

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/327124314664938/

Never Apart
7049 St-Urbain Street
Montreal

// Free

Visibility Partners:
Centre de solidarité lesbienne (CSL)
Lez Spread The Word

Programming Partners:
L’Euguélionne, librairie féministe
Le Local lululemon – Mile End

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