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Date | Saturday, April 22, 2023
Time | 6:00pm-12:00am
Location | Multipurpose Room, Rosaria Student Centre (131 Lumpkin Road, Halifax, NS)
Tickets | $11.50 (tax included) for MSVU and non-MSVU students
Sales dates: Monday, March 27–Friday, April 16 (or until supplies last)
Sold online by filling out the reservation form and sending an e-transfer to email@example.com.
Sold at The Hub (in Rosaria Student Centre),
Debit and credit only
Please provide your student ID
Please let The Hub staff know of any dietary restrictions you or your guest(s) have
Please read the rest of the event information before purchasing a ticket
Craft your own pasta!
Noodle | Whole wheat spaghetti
Pasta sauce | Herbed marinara (vegan) or creamy alfredo (vegetarian)
Protein | Grilled chicken or roasted vegetables and lentils (vegan)
Salad | Caesar salad with toppings on the side
Salad dressing | Balsamic or caesar
Desert | Assorted cookies with vegan/gluten free alternatives available
Updates | To stay up-to-date with any additional details about the event, enter your email here.
What to wear | This is a formal event, so wear the best thing you can find! We encourage thrifting your attire, and the Pride Centre also has some dresses that can be borrowed for the event.
Guests | You can bring guests from outside of MSVU. You must purchase the ticket for your guest(s). You will be held responsible for their conduct.
Harm reduction | We encourage responsible drinking and substance use at this event. Alcohol will be served by The Rook staff. Wrist bands will be given to those who can legally consume alcohol and who choose to consume it. Guests who are over-intoxicated upon their arrival will be refused entry without refund.
Washrooms | Washrooms are to the left of the Multipurpose Room when exiting the room. All washrooms will be gender neutral for the night.
Music | A DJ will be present and attendees will be able to request songs.
Coat check | Coat check will be available for all attendees. It will be on a 'pay what you can' basis (cash only).
An important rite of passage for many is prom. However, many members of the queer community feel uncomfortable or unwelcome attending their proms in high school. That is why the MSVUSU Pride Centre is putting on a queer prom. It is so that members of our community get to celebrate themselves and their community.
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