Calgary Alberta for Friday June 2nd, 2017
Join us for a day of celebration, reflection and joy. You are invited to the 19th annual ‘Speak Out Festival’ hosted by the Disability Action Hall. ‘Humanity and Me’ is a celebration of disability rights, pride and culture movement in Alberta at the beautiful Lougheed House.
|Speak Out 2017 at the Lougheed House|
We begin with an outdoor drumming circle, self-guided morning tours, and noon-hour ceremony where we will be hear from honoured guests Honourable MLA Kathleen Ganley and MP Kent Hehr and many more community partners. The festival is a celebration of our past, present and future efforts. In the afternoon inside the Lougheed House, we will officially open up the pop up gallery, watch short films and have an afternoon tea & conversation about Bill 205 – The Disability Advocate bill hosted by the office of MLA Sandra Jensen & the Calgary Ability Network’s ‘Human Rights Group’.
Who: Disability Action Hall and community partners
What: Humanity and Me – Speak Out 2017
Where: The Lougheed House (707-13 Avenue SW)
When: Friday, June 2nd, 2017 from 10 till 3 pm
Why: Speak Out Festival - A celebration of Disability Pride, Culture and Human Rights in honour of 150+ years for Canada, 125 years for Lougheed House and 19 years for the Disability Action Hall. Politicians and special guests will be in attendance for noon hour welcoming ceremony.
Tickets available on Eventbrite
Contact: Colleen Huston and Denise Young
Cells: Colleen (4034733510) Denise (4035425301)
Website: www.actionhall.ca for more details
Tickets: Free for low-income (limited) register on Eventbrite
$ 4 admission at the door (Support workers no charge)