An evening to melt the snow and to melt your hearts with some of Moncton's most swooning of songstresses.
Let's come together to celebrate diversity by raising awareness for International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia! We will have live music and spoken word poetry. We will also have a photo campaign that will be on display in Café Aberdeen for a month following our event. Guests can get their photo taken with a sign about equality/against homophobia. We will also have a white board and signs there for people to use. It could also be fun to do some creative face painting! All ages welcome :) This event is supported by AIDS Moncton, Moncton's River Of Pride / Rivière De Fierté and Café Aberdeen. We will have rainbow bracelets for sale and all funds will go to AIDS Moncton's Safe Spaces program for LGBTQ youth.
Bio: Ashley McNally has been described by HERE magazine as the "curly haired little sprite" who "plays a mean guitar."
Originally from the Grand Falls area of New Brunswick, Ashley now resides in downtown Moncton. She is a guitar instructor at Metro Moncton School of Music and lead guitarist for (...See Full Bio