I want everyone to come out to the OUTFormation Fair as an opportunity to visit and learn about the local businesses that help to support Pride Niagara and the region.
ST. CATHARINES, ON (PRWEB) September 22, 2012
Pride Niagara is proud to announce the 3rd Annual OUTFormation Fair on Thursday, September 27, 2012 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Stella’s Dining Lounge on James Street in St. Catharines. The free event is open to the LGBT and straight communities as an opportunity to network with LGBT-friendly businesses and gain valuable information on Niagara region’s gay community.
The OUTFormation Fair will feature a multitude of local businesses and community groups that cater to all Niagara citizens, and this event is an opportunity for everyone to attend to find out about the local businesses that are supportive of the LGBT community and Pride Niagara. “I want everyone to come out to the OUTFormation Fair as an opportunity to visit and learn about the local businesses that help to support Pride Niagara and the region,” says Phil Gourlay, Chair of Pride Niagara. “The timing is perfect for new and returning students of Brock University and Niagara College as a chance to find out about local spaces they can visit.” The event includes free food and free door prizes!
Pride Niagara’s OUTFormation Fair vendors, to date, include organizations like Envy Lounge, OUTvisions, Brock Pride, fpm3.com, Mahtay’s Café and Wall Sensations by Sarah. Any local business, organizations or communities that are interested in participating as a vendor can contact Phil Gourlay at info(at)prideniagara(dot)com by September 20.
For more information check out http://www.prideniagara.com, “Pride in Niagara” on Facebook or @prideniagara on Twitter.
About Pride Niagara
Pride Niagara is a celebration of Niagara’s sexual and gender diverse community and its supporters. Based on a platform of acceptance, we provide information and social activities for the Niagara region. Formed three years ago, Pride Niagara is needed in the community to give celebration and support to a community that does not have many resources or locations where they can feels safe to be themselves.