We have been so lucky to work with such great people and businesses, we wanted to highlight some of them!
The 519 – This community centre is our main partner and allows us to do our monthly readings both in their space on Church St, and in other locations around the city. Special thanks to them for continuing to believe in what we do and supporting us!
Glad Day Bookshop – Our first storytime in Toronto was sponsored by Glad Day, and we’re so in love with their new home on Church Street. From book launches and quiet cafe times to some of the best queer dance parties in the city, Glad Day has a special place in our hearts.
Gladstone Hotel – Toronto’s oldest continuously operated hotel has always been a second home to Fay & Fluffy and have been huge supporters of us through the years. They were a natural choice to partner with our storytimes in the west end and we are forever grateful to have this important space as a part of our community!
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre – The first folks to give us a chance at a theatre show were Evalyn Perry and Mel Hague, and we’ve now done three major shows at this magical home to Toronto’s finest queer theatre productions and parties.
Queen Books – If you’re in the east end hopefully you know this fantastic book store already. If not, please go check them out soon. It’s a great space, with a huge area at the back where we have read. They are our book sponsor so we can keep our storytimes fresh with lots of new books to share!
Never Apart – Our first trip to Montreal was thanks to this beautiful gallery space. With multiple exhibition spaces and permanent installations it’s a great way to spend some time when you’re in Montreal. Plan to give it a couple of hours!
Tokki – an adorable and unique kids clothing + gift shop in the Junction.
AND MORE FRIENDS!
The Sweet Potato
Royal Ontario Museum
Art Gallery of Ontario
Burlington Public Library and the Positive Space network
Oakville Public Library
Small Print Toronto + Totsapalooza
Field Trip Music Festival
Hillside Music Festival
Miles Nadal JCC
Toronto Public Libraries
Jill & the Beanstalk