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Everyday Trans Heroes

Saturday, 15 June, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Event details
Cost: Free
This event is for: Trans & Gender Diverse Young People (14-24yrs)
Appropriate age/s: This is a family friendly event
Further information: Event website
Book tickets: Click here

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Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre
251 Faraday Street, Carlton, VIC

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Everyday Trans Heroes

Event Description

Come and hear stories of triumph, success and general badassary of older generations of your community!

This event is an intergenerational story telling event designed for you to come together with older members of your community to share lived experiences and connect with Everyday Trans Heroes.

An Everyday Trans Hero is a member of the trans and gender diverse community, who is being excellent and kicking goals in their lives, whatever that may look like. Our Heroes are from many walks of life including musicians, writers, activists, social service professional and more.

The day will involve a combination of meet and greet activities, story telling/writing workshops, as well as getting the chance to hear stories form older members of your community, and sharing your own if you choose to.

All participants will receive a complementary gift bag full of trans goodness!

What will this look like?
The event will run from 1pm–4:30pm on Saturday the 15th of June. It will be held in the multi-purpose room 1 at the Kathleen Symes Library and Community Centre.

Cost? FREE
Click here to register:

— Kathleen Symes Library has a ramp for entry into the building
— the multi-purpose room 1 is on the ground level

if you require an auslan interpreter or any other access requirements please email us at:

If you have any questions regarding this project, or if you’re an adult who wants to get involved please contact Pinchy and Tash at

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This event is funded by The Channel

Flyer art by Hiro Mcl

We acknowledge that this event takes place on the stolen land of Wurrundjeri people and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded.

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