Wednesday, November 20, 2013

A Very Faerie Solstice Party

A Very Faerie Solstice Party

Saturday, December 21, 2013, 8:00 pm to 1:00 am
in Toronto, Ontario

It's cold and it's dark.
It's the longest night of the year.

But for Fae in Toronto the fun is just beginning!

Enjoy time with friends while celebrating the solstice
over dessert, snacks, and treats!

Wear festive faerie fabulosity,
naughty naked nudity,
or anything in between!

Be you, and most importantly, be there!

Desserts and canap├ęs will be provided. 

Win Amazing
Door Prizes!
 Bobbette & Belle Artisanal Pastries
Including a gift basket from Bobbette & Belle Artisanal Pastries
Arrive before 11 pm to be eligible for the draw.

the song stylings of
Herr Doktor 
Chip von ChipLandia!

Also featuring

a Visitation 
Alien Baby!

gender-inclusive event 
All Sentient Species 

For an evening of 
glitz, garlands & glamour
join your hosts:


If you are a member of our Facebook Group, you can RSVP to the Facebook Event. Otherwise, please email to get directions. If you live outside of Toronto, contact us and we may be able to arrange overnight accommodations.

1 comment:

DeeDee said...

Tentative* Schedule of Events:

8:00 guests begin arriving, mind the paparazzi
9:00 intermittent LIVE entertainment begins, featuring Chip, Ryan & guests
11:00 door prize draw for the Wine Away Your Troubles gift basket
11:30 door prize draw for the Bobbette & Belle gift basket
11:59 grand visitation of the Alien Baby
12:00 psychic linkup with Shimmer Leaf and other dispersed fae
8:00-2:00 eat drink and be faerie!

Plans are well underway for the earthly premier of the celestial Departure Lounge West! The decor and lighting will be fabulous of course, but wait until you see the video presentation and hear the soundtrack. Here's a little preview.

And of course, the Cool Yule room will have its own score, part recorded and part LIVE, with performances by Chip Landia and Ryan Marc Jackson!!!

Can't wait to welcome you all!

* All times are in IFT (Internal Faerie Thyme), words like "tentative" are therefore redundant