Campfire Queer Storytime
Curated & Hosted by Dust Tea Shoulders Campfire is a monthly Queer Storytime event curated by Dusty Childers that is free to attend (donations welcome) and open to the public. At Campfire we have no stringent guidelines for our storytellers, creating an atmosphere that is warm and inviting- where you'll laugh, cry, and feel the feels.Venue: Dixon Place
161A Chrystie St
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