Halifax Pride looks for new board directors; Queer Acts hosts comedy night
It looks like Halifax Pride is looking to fill three vacancies on its board of directors.
According to Halifax Pride's Christopher Scullino, applicants to the position do not need to be current members of Halifax Pride. Applications are due Tuesday, Jan 22. For more information, contact Halifax Pride at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will also be a meeting on Tuesday, Jan 29 at the North End Library, on Gottingen Street, as the organization is looking to "establish a new hire steering committee to conduct a needs assessment and report back to the membership in January 2013." A press release states:
"A committee has been established and is currently working on collecting and finalizing the data. As per the motion, a meeting has been set up to report these findings back to the membership. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, January 29th at the North End Library, and is open to all members of Halifax Pride. Those interested in attending, but not currently a member of Halifax Pride, are free to come early and sign up to become a member."
Doors open at 5:30pm, with the meeting starting at 6pm.
Halifax's Queer Acts is making sure they don't lose their knack during the winter by warming themselves up with a comedy show this Tuesday, Jan 22 at 8pm at the Company House. The theme of the evening is a twisted homage to mothers, entitled Mommie Dearest.
The lineup includes Scott Contessa Bosse, Megan MacKay, Travis Smith, Megan McDowell and Ian Mullan.
For more info, check out their Facebook event page.