Queer Prom for Youth FAQ's
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Looking for a little more info about Queer Prom? We've got a list of our more frequently asked questions below.
We aim to make Queer Prom as accessible as possible, If you can't find what you are looking for below, not sure if this is the right event for you or someone you know, feel free to connect with us directly at email@example.com or find us on facebook, We'll be happy to connect.
- All youth between grades 7-12 are welcome to attend prom.
- If you are working on high school credits in a unique way, that counts!
- For those of you who are in some sort of post grade 12 but not out of high school that counts too!
- If you are unsure, connect with us and we’ll figure it out together.
Nothing! This is a FREE event for everyone to attend. All beverages and snacks are also FREE for all to enjoy.
Anything that makes you comfortable! People come to prom in all kinds of different outfits. Some like to keep it casual, some dress in costumes, some go fancy. It’s up to you!
If you want to but you don’t have to!. There will be some QueerEvents merchandise available for sale at the event if you would like to purchase buttons, TShirts or Patches.
No. Once you have entered the venue there are no in and out privileges for the evening. If you leave you will not be allowed back inside.
Check in with a chaperone! We will have a space that will accomodate this without needing to exit the building.
- Yes, the Children’s Museum is fully accessible for all types of mobility devices.
- Gender neutral bathrooms will be available which are also wheelchair accessible.
- There are elevator and ramp options to access multiple levels of the building.
- Lots! There will be a number of chaperones on site for the duration of the event that will be monitoring the event.
- A local security company will be present at the door to ensure no in/out privileges and when needed to perform a simple bag check.
- A number of other volunteers will be present to help make sure everyone has a safe and fun evening.
No! It’s a youth event! There will only be Pop and Water for all. This is an alcohol and drug free space. Security will be checking to ensure no one brings in any of these items.
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