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Who should attend?

Health care professionals, service providers, friends and families of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and the gay community.

Today at the dawn of a new millenium, enlightened people come together to build bridges of understanding. Free from the shackles of oppression we celebrate diversity and harmony in our community.

This conference is to add to your already expanding knowledge of who we are and what we are all about.

If you care about yourself as a gay person or as a health care professional or service provider, you owe it to yourself to learn more about the gay community.

Please, join us for this very important conference!

General Information

ADMISSION $10.00 per person at the door (CASH ONLY!) **No Reserved Seating** Doors open at 9:30am LUNCH: Noon in the gym. Sandwich & Pop (or juice) $2.00 Or you may brown bag it if you wish For further details, leave a message at 495-4545 (GLBNBA's phone line) NOTE: Gays, lesbians, and bisexuals, please join us for dinner and discussions starting at 6:00pm in the Club Room - $5.00 per person


10:00am Understanding being gay (History and anatomy of being gay) Ralph Johnston 11:00am Two Spirited People (Native Gay People) (The sacredness of being gay and respect of gender) Paul D. Cousineau 12:00pm LUNCH 1:00pm Healthy Partnerships Peni Langlois (AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area) 2:00pm Healthy ways to live with losses Joan Burnett 3:00pm BREAK 3:15pm Homophobia Coming out and coming together, creating understanding and unity in North Bay Vicky Yorke 4:15pm Groups - Gay Fathers - PFLAG Dynamics of friends and parents creating strength Mario Domingue 5:00pm CLOSE OF CONFERENCE For Lesbians, Gays, and Bisexuals only (non-members are most welcome) 6:00pm Supper in the Club Room 7:30pm Group discussions (New Beginnings)


Tel: 705-495-4545
PO Box 1362
North Bay, Ontario P1B 8K5

Or you may write to Gay Fathers of North Bay and Area (GFNBA)
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