Actors' Jam is an acting and learning experience for anyone age 18 or over. Explore monologues, scenes, improvs, rants, audition pieces, poems, and stories for two hours each week.
The AIDS Memorial in Barbara Hall Park stands as a tribute to people who have died of an AIDS-related illness.
Bisexual Women of Toronto offers a community where bisexual women and women questioning their sexuality can share diverse perspectives on bisexual issues and experiences.
Breakthrough events are organized by newcomers for other newcomers. A great place to meet friends, get information, and connect with Toronto's LGBTQ communities.
The Church Street Group meets Saturday 10:30-11:30am and Sunday 12:30 - 1:30pm.
Coming Out Being Out is a volunteer-run discussion group for people (generally 18 and over) who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or any of the other identities found within the larger queer community.
The Community One Foundation creates a strong, vibrant and diverse community by supporting individuals and groups that enhance the development of the LGBTTIQQ2S communities in the Greater Toronto Area including Durham, Halton, Peel and York Regions.
Formed in 1984, it was the first lesbian/gay/gay positive orchestra in Canada and in the world. Counterpoint is a full symphony orchestra, and the programming is drawn from Baroque through contemporary orchestral repertoire.
Crystal Meth Anonymous Toronto is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other. They aim to solve their common problem and help others to recover from addiction to crystal meth.
Debtors Anonymous is a 12-step program in the tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous and is a non-profit organization.
Dignity Toronto Dignité provides a safe, inclusive space for LGBTQ Catholics and allies to bear witness to the integrity and holiness of their lives and relationships, including opportunities for members to share their experiences as LGBTQ and allied persons.
District 10 (Toronto South Central) business meetings are held at 6:30pm every second Tuesday of the month at The 519.
Our Employment Services Centre offers free, full service job readiness training and skills development to help facilitate entry into the workforce.
Emerge is a monthly program designed specifically for LGBTQ Convention Refugees and Permanent Residents residing in Canada for less than 5 years.
A twelve-step organization, similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. Our fellowship is composed of people who come together in weekly meetings for the purpose of working toward recovery from emotional difficulties.
Experienced practitioners are invited to share ancient traditions at this Shamanic Healing Circle.
Gay Fathers of Toronto is a peer support group run by—and for—gay men who are fathers.
The Toronto Gratitude Roundup is an Alcoholics Anonymous Conference with Al-Anon participation. It is hosted by gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered members and our friends. Everybody is welcome at the Gratitude Roundup!
Hassle Free Clinic provides free medical and counselling services in many areas of sexual health, inlcuding anonymous HIV testing for men who have sex with men.
HIV/AIDS & Mental Health: The Series (Casey House).
The House of Constantine is part of The Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance.
The Humanist Association of Toronto provides activities and discussion for Humanists in the Toronto area.
IATSE Local 822 currently represents members in wardrobe, makeup and hair crafts in the Live theatre within our geographical jurisdiction of Toronto and vicinity.
Latino Group Hola is a community-based volunteer-run social and support group for Spanish-speaking LGBTQ persons of Latin American origin or heritage in Toronto.
The Legal Clinic provides free, confidential, summary legal advice and referrals in a safe, queer-positive, non-judgemental, anti-oppressive, inclusive and accessible space.
LEGIT Toronto is a group of volunteers that helps same sex, bisexual and trans couples with immigration to Canada.
Artists of any skill level are welcome, and you can drop in as frequently or infrequently as you like. There are no teachers or lessons. You bring your own materials and we provide a model for two hours, in a quiet location. We generally start with short warm-up poses, then move to 15, 20, or 30 minute poses.
Living in Today meet Thursday 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Love Addicts Anonymous was started to provide a safe place where love addicts could come together and recover from love addiction.
Mindfulness Meditation is an open community of meditation practitioners and a welcoming space for all individuals who are interested in the practice of meditation.
Multi-Culture & Folk Arts Association of Canada.
Mission: To carry the message to the addict who still suffers and provide a safe space for LGBTQ addicts.
Next Steps is a weekly program for LGBTQ-identified Convention Refugees and Permanent Residents residing in Canada for less than 5 years.
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Looking for a fun and welcoming lesbian or gay social club in Toronto? Welcome to Out & Out – North America’s largest LGBT activities club! If you’re interested in learning more about our club before joining, or want to see what your new membership has to offer, come join us for a Club Info Night.
OutWRITES! Writing Collective meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month from 8pm - 10pm at The 519. They welcome all levels and facilitate writing exercises and critique of members' literary work.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating.
PeerZone is a series of workshops for people who have experienced mental distress or addiction. Workshops fall under 5 themes: Understanding Ourselves, Working on our Well-being, Connecting to the World, and Exploring our Unique Identities.
Polyamory Toronto is a non-profit, community-run, community-led group serving the interests of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area, with the goal to be the region’s premiere social and educational source on the topics of polyamory and open relationships.
Prime Timers Toronto is a varied and diverse group of mature gay and bisexual men who gather in a supportive atmosphere to enjoy social, educational an recreational activities.
Network committed to questioning, challenging, and reforming the laws, institutional practices, and social norms that regulate queer people.
Rainbow Ballroom Toronto is a LGBT Ballroom Dancing Club.
The Rainbow Gleeques Coalition (RGC) strives to broaden the scope of opportunities for live entertainment within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-sexual, Trans-gender, 2-Spirited, Queer, Inter-sex and Allies (LGBTTSQIA) Communities by encouraging, developing and presenting elements of our varied artistic talents in the performing arts, exploring various expression of each discipline.
RESULTS Canada is a national network of volunteers committed to creating the political will to end global poverty and needless suffering, and to demonstrating that individuals make a difference when they exercise their political influence.
Queer Muslim Community of Canada. Salaam is an organization dedicated to Muslims who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans and or intersex, as well as those questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity/ expression, their families and friends.
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from sexual compulsion.
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition oriented fellowship based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous.
Singing Out is Toronto’s LGBTQ Community Chorus. The choir promotes pride in musical excellence, and fosters a positive image of common goals of belonging, unity, and empowerment.
SprOUT Toronto is a social group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and questioning (LGBTQ) adults (18 years +) with intellectual disabilities.
An all men's cooking group in our community kitchen, in partnership with Inner City Family Health, Toronto.
Sunset Service as a space for sexual minorities, people of colour, and members of marginalized racial and ethnic communities across all faiths to come together for community, celebration and inquiry.
Swingin’OUT is Canada's first LGBTQ swing dance club, founded in July 2000. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run group.
The Tax Clinic helps eligible individuals who are not able to prepare their income tax return themselves.
T.E.A.C.H. delivers high-quality peer education activities in high schools and community settings across the city through our award-winning and groundbreaking Teens Educating and Confronting Homophobia (T.E.A.C.H.) program. T.E.A.C.H. trains youth peer facilitators, aged 16-25, to lead anti-homophobia workshops that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism in their communities and the issues faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer youth.
The Toronto Bisexual Network's mandate is to provide a community where bisexuals and people questioning their sexuality can share diverse perspectives on bisexual issues and experiences.
The game of Go was created around 2000 B.C. in China. It is played with black and white "stones" on a 19x19 grid board. Go is the national game of Japan and is widely popular in both China and Korea.
The Toronto Sisters of JOY (The Jubilant Order of York) is an official Mission of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence™ - a leading edge order of queer nuns of all genders, sexualities, and spiritualties who take vows to promulgate universal joy and expiate stigmatic guilt.
The Toronto Writers Collective is an organization that encourages creative expression through writing.
Trans Men FTM Support Group meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month from 7:30pm-9:30pm at The 519.
Trans meeting group designed to provide assistance and support for people in the process of transitioning.
Triangle Squares does modern square dancing with an upbeat style, a wide range of music, and a dash of flamboyance.
Volunteer Toronto is Canada’s largest volunteer centre with over 40 years of experience connecting volunteers to the organizations that need them.
The Warm Line is a confidential and anonymous service for adults living in the GTA and Peel Region in need of a friend with an empathetic ear. It is operated by peers who have experienced loneliness, isolation and anxiety. They are people who will really listen.
The Women’s Coming Out Group is a peer support group for all queer and questioning women to discuss and share the experience of coming out.
Community-led yoga classes are held on Mondays (2:00 pm - 3:30pm) and Thursdays (4:30pm-6:00pm) at The 519.