Our Ultimate Guide to the Calgary Pride Festival

The annual Calgary Pride Festival is from August 23 to September 2, 2019.

Photograph by Robin Laurenson for Calgary Pride.

For 11 days at the end of August and start of September each year, Calgary is taken over by the celebration of LGBTQ+ pride, culminating with the Calgary Pride Parade, organized by Calgary Pride. Throughout the city, you can find events from extravagant parties to introspective panels. From dusk ’till dawn, there will certainly be a way to celebrate your pride. The choice is yours. How will you choose to experience the Calgary Pride Festival?

Here are options if you want a classic Pride experience or if you want to focus on drag, eating and drinking, learning, partying, sweating or shopping.



Did you know the first Calgary Pride Parade was held in 1990 and that many attendees wore paper bags over their head for fear of being recognized as gay? Since then, LGBTQ+ rights in Alberta have made strides, and the community continues to do so to this day. Here’s the classic celebration of pride.


Memorial Park Pride


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When: August 24 and 25, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: Free

Central Memorial Park is a pivotal landmark in LGBTQ+ history in Calgary, hosting many pride-related events over the years dating all the way back to the inception of Calgary Pride. Kick-off the week by checking out community group hosted activities and workshops as well as live performances.

Central Memorial Park, 1221 2 St. S.W., calgarypride.ca


Treaty 7 Dyke & Trans March

When: August 31, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: Free

Dyke marches and trans* marches have their own unique history in the overarching history of pride. Calgary has its own, named the Treaty 7 Dyke & Trans March, which is organized as a separate march during the Calgary Pride Festival. Its Facebook page states, “We strive to provide platforms for internally marginalized members of the community.” If you’d like to participate, check out their Facebook event for more details.

Starting at William Aberhart Park, 215 24 Ave. S.W.


Calgary Pride Parade

Photograph by Robin Laurenson for Calgary Pride.

When: September 1, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cost: Free

The parade is the main event of anyone’s Calgary Pride experience. Line up anywhere along 6 Avenue S. in downtown Calgary to watch as all the colourful people and floats pass by. If you’re interested in marching in the Calgary Pride parade, check with your employer, school or any other group you’re affiliated with before the day of the march to see if you can join.

Along 6 Ave. S., calgarypride.ca


Pride in the Park

When: September 1, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Cost: Free

Follow up the Calgary Pride Parade by checking out Pride in the Park at Prince’s Island Park, where you can enjoy food trucks, live entertainment, beer gardens and even a wellness oasis. If you brought the kids, you can spend some time in the family zone for kid-friendly activities.

Prince’s Island Park, 698 Eau Claire Ave. S.W., calgarypride.ca



The art of drag is a huge part of pride, and for good reason. Drag is a performance that has been happening for decades, if not centuries, in the community. Drag queens were on the front lines of many important LGBTQ+ moments in history, including the Stonewall riots. Enjoy pride by watching a number of drag performances and checking out events with drag kings and queens.


Drag Pride Bingo

When: August 29, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Cost: $5 per board

The SHARP Foundation is hosting Drag Pride Bingo on the patio of Broken City. If you like drag, and you like bingo, then this event is a no-brainer. The event features “naughty and nice” prizes as well as a raffle to win two travel vouchers to fly anywhere with Air Canada.

Broken City, 613 11 Ave. S.W., brokencity.ca


Rainbow Tears: An Emo Drag Show hosted with New Level Brewing

When: August 29, 8 p.m.

Cost: $15 or $30 for the whole weekend

Hosted by Fake Mustache Drag King Troupe and Dickens Pub, this drag show is a sure bet for folks who love (or loved) emo music with this emo drag showcase. Hear music from Vancouver-based acts Chersea and Royal Oak. Plus, get a pint of Pride Lord from New Level Brewing — Part of the proceeds go to Calgary Outlink.

Dickens Pub, 1000 9 Ave. S.W., dickenspub.ca


Drag Royalty Revue

When: August 30, 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: $20 to $30

Watch local favourites perform at Saltlik ‘s Sky Lounge during pride. This event is bringing Felicia Bonée, Duke Carson, The Marvelous Mo B. Dick, Bea Lissima to the stage, hosted by Raven Virginia. The V.I.P. ticket ($30) gets you a drink with your ticket.

Saltlik, 101 8 Ave. S.W., saltlik.com


Queer Cab Fab Drags – Indigenous Drag Cabaret


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When: August 30, 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Cost: $35

From Making Treaty 7, Queer Cab Fab Drags is Calgary’s first Indigenous-led drag show. The performers at this show come from Vancouver, Calgary, Winnepeg and Morley, with Dexter Amos DJing and hosting. Get a ticket to support Indigenous drag.

The Grand, 608 1 St. S.W., thegrandyyc.ca


50 Shades of Colour: A Kiki Vogue Ball


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When: August 30, 9 p.m.

Cost: Free

Come have a kiki with the folks at Pink Flamingo, Snap, Vogue YYC and Calgary Pride. The first 250 tickets are free and additional tickets will be available at the door. Experience drag, voguing and immerse into an amazing part of drag culture.

Last Best Brewing and Distilling, 607 11 Ave. S.W., lastbestbrewing.com


Pure Pride Calgary: Yvie Oddly, A’keria, Nina West

When: August 31, 8:30 p.m.

Cost: $30 to $80

Season 11 RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Yvie Oddly, A’keria C. Davenport and Nina West are bringing the realness to Calgary Pride! Along with a group of other acts, the three queens will be meeting fans with V.I.P. tickets and throwing a huge party that you definitely won’t want to miss.

The Palace Theatre, 219 8 Ave. S.W., thepalacetheatre.ca


Eat and Drink

There’s nothing about eating and drinking directly related to pride festivities, unless you’re going to a drag brunch, taking over the patio at a bar with other LGBTQ+ folks or supporting a good cause. Plus, with everything else happening during the 11 days, you’ll definitely need some sustenance (and maybe a few drinks).


Pride Patio Party

When: August 26, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: Admission by donation

The Pride Patio Party, hosted by End of the Rainbow Foundation and Ol’ Beautiful, will be raising money from attendees to help LGBTQ+ refugees. The event is family-friendly so you can bring along the kids and enjoy craft beer and refreshments.

Ol’ Beautiful Brewing Co., 1103 12 St. S.E., olbeautiful.com


Veghammer Donut Brunch

Photograph courtesy of Veghammer.

When: August 25, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Cost: $25 for breakfast, plus $10 for dessert

Dandelion Cafe and Veghammer are collaborating during pride to serve a donut brunch with menu items such as a donut breakfast bennys, doughnut french toast, doughnut ice cream sandwiches, doughzones (calzones, but doughnuts!) and more. $2 of every plate goes to Skipping Stone Foundation.

Dandelion Cafe, 1048 8 St. S.E., thedandelionyyc.ca


Pride Drag Brunch

When: August 25, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $40 to $60

Check out the Pride Drag Brunch for the perfect combination of drag and brunch. Watch some drag and eat from the brunch buffet. If you can’t go but you’d like to support anyways, you can buy a Pay It Forward ticket that will go to someone who can’t afford to attend.

Junction, 628 8 Ave. S.W., junctionyyc.ca


Sashay, Fillet!


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When: August 29, 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Cost: $70 to $90

Chefs from restaurants team up with local drag talent to participate in some interesting challenges. This year’s chefs are Peter Paiva of Raw Bar, Eric Mah of Purlieu, Bridgette Bar’s Sterling Cummings, Tracy Little of The Sensory (Canmore) and London Local’s Lindsay Porter (Edmonton). Top Chef Canada judge Mijune Pak will be hosting with Jaidynn Diore Fierce from season 7 of  RuPaul’s Drag Race. Partial proceeds go to Calgary Pride.

Hotel Arts, 119 12 Ave. S.W., hotelarts.ca


Backyard BeerFest


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When: August 30, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Cost: $20 plus gratuity

Mill Street Brewery, in partnership with the Get Real Movement, is putting on a pride beer showcase. Participating breweries pouring beers include Dandy Brewing Company, Trolley 5, Blindman Brewing and more. The ticket price includes games, snacks and sampling the beers.

Mill Street Brewery, 219 17 Ave. S.W., millstreetbrewery.com


Calgary Pride Brunch

When: August 31, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $10 for brunch, $5.50 for beers

If you’re the partying type (and there is definitely enough of those this pride), then a good late breakfast, a.k.a brunch is where you’ll want to be the next morning. Lucky for you, there’s several over pride, including one at Brewsters. Have breakfast, listen to some tunes and kick the hangover with a few more beers.

Brewsters Brewing Company, 834 11 Ave S.W., brewsters.ca


7th Annual Pride Brunch for Camp fYrefly

When: August 31, 11 a.m.

Cost: $75 per person, $700 per table of 10

This event, emceed by Mike Morrison of Mike’s Bloggity Blog, is in support of Camp fYrefly. All the proceeds go to the camp, and you get to enjoy a delicious brunch. If you’re interested in mimosas you can purchase a bottle of champagne for $100 and support a good cause while drinking it.

Hyatt Regency, 700 Centre St. S.E., hyatt.com


3rd Annual Here and Queer Patio Takeover

When: August 31, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Cost: Free

Meet some other LGBTQ+ folks and enjoy some drinks and food on the patio of Ship & Anchor. Show your pride and meet some new people. Don’t be afraid to dress up and have fun!

Ship & Anchor, 534 17 Ave. S.W., shipandanchor.com



Pride isn’t just a time of celebration. It’s also a time that allows us to grow and learn about the LGBTQ+ community. There are so many different identities that LGBTQ+ encompasses, and it’s important to learn and understand everyone’s experiences to be better allies and advocates for all. Here’s how you can learn during pride.


Gay History Walk


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When: August 25, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Head out for a stroll through Beltline with Kevin Allen, author of Our Past Matters, to learn about various spots in the area that signify important LGBTQ+ events and landmarks. Allen is also the research lead for the Calgary Gay History Project, which aims to understand historical life for LGBTQ+ people of Calgary’s past.

Starting at Memorial Park Library, 1221 2 St. S.W., calgarylibrary.ca 


Naked Girls Reading Calgary Presents: LGBTQIAplus Pride!

When: August 27, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Naked Girls Reading is pretty much self-explanatory. It’s naked girls, reading on stage, from any number of chosen readings. To celebrate pride, an event hosted at Twisted Element includes a cast of LGBTQ+ folks, naked and reading on stage!

Twisted Element, 1006 11 Ave. S.W., twistedelement.ca


Making Treaty 7 Pride Talk Series


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When: August 28, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Cost: $25

As part of their Pride Week programming, Making Treaty 7 is bringing a Pride Talk Series to The Grand. The organization’s Artistic Director Justin Many Fingers will be talking with Waawaate Fobister and Marshal Vielle about Indigenous queer spaces, growing up gay on the Reserves and what it means to search for self-identity away from the Reserve.

The Grand, 608 1 St. S.W., thegrandyyc.ca


RISE: Cleve Jones & Ruth Coker Burks

When: August 28, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: $25 to $50

Twisted Element and HIV Community Link bring you RISE, an event with Cleve Jones and Ruth Coker Burks. Jones is an AIDS and LGBTQ+ activist, and Burks is a former caregiver for victims of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s. At the event, you can hear both of them speak as well as ask questions.

Plaza Theatre, 1133 Kensington Rd. N.W., theplaza.ca




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When: August 29, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: $25

Making Treaty 7 presents Agokwe, a theatrical one-man show, is a story about unrequited love between two boys from neighbouring reserves. Agokwe, which means two-spirited, is created and performed by Waawaate Fobister.

The Grand, 608 1 St. S.W., thegrandyyc.ca


City Wide Pride Service

When: September 1, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Cost: Free

If you’re someone who practices religion, or someone who wants to know more about it, this is an inclusive and safe way to explore as a member or ally of the LGBTQ+ community. Stéphane Youdome and Pam Rocker, local writer, speaker and activist, will be hosting the service.

Knox United Church, 506 4 St. S.W., kxcalgary.com


Rocky Horror Picture Show


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When: September 1, 11:30 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $15

You might not directly learn a lot from going to see Rocky Horror Picture Show, but it is a part of queer history. Hosted by Calgary Underground Film Festival, you can watch the norm-bending flick while dressed as one of the characters (or not, if it’s not your thing). They’ll also be selling prop kits for $20.

Globe Cinema, 617 8 Ave. S.W., globecinema.ca



For many, pride is a celebration of identity. If that’s true, then there’s really no better way to celebrate than a lot of partying! Calgary’s LGBTQ+ bars and clubs really come alive during Calgary Pride Festival, and others join in the fun too, including events for all ages. Here’s how to get your party on during pride.


Pride: For all ages


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When: August 26, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Cost: $10

Twisted Element, with the help of Calgary Pride, is putting on its first all-ages event. With drag performances and a DJ, it’s a perfect party for kids and teenagers under 18 to check out. Plus, the $10 cover goes towards a good cause — YouthSafe, a resource tool for LGBTQ+ youth.

Twisted Element, 1006 11 Ave. S.W., twistedelement.ca


Pride Block Party ft. Moontricks

When: August 27, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Cost: Free

BassBus is throwing a block party in support of Skipping Stone Foundation! Head to ContainR to listen to music from Dr. Space, DJ Applebaum and Hayden McHugh. Plus, watch a performance by the Diva Drag Show. Sugar Water Bar will be on-site providing cocktails and beer. Cover is free but donations are being accepted.

ContainR, 1010 2 Ave. N.W., bassbus.ca


Kissr & Twisted: The Girl Party


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When: August 29, 9 p.m.

Cost: $10

This one’s for the girls! Kissr and Twisted Element are hosting a party just for queer girls. With DJ’s and drag kings, this is sure to be a party to attend. The party is welcoming to LGBTQ+ allies and friends as well, so you can bring your whole crew out to this party.

Twisted Element, 1006 11 Ave. S.W., twistedelement.ca


Reversed Racism: Pride Dance Party

When: August 30, 9 p.m.

Cost: $15 or $30 for the whole weekend

Hosted by DeVery Best, this party is part of Fake Mustache Drag King Troupe‘s Pride Weekend at Dickens. You can get a ticket at the door for $15 or buy a $30 Mustache Pass to go to all four of their parties and drag shows over the weekend.

Dickens Pub, 1000 9 Ave. S.W., dickenspub.ca


Bad Habits/YYC Pride


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When: August 30, 9 p.m.

Cost: $20 to $25

Here’s another one for the LGBTQ+ ladies! DJ Mary Mac, the DJ for Madonna’s Rebel Tour, will be spinning for the party. Plus, Whitney Mixter, actress, comedian, producer, and star of “The Real L Word” will be hosting the show.

Marquee Beer Market & Stage, 4630 Macleod Tr. S., marqueecalgary.com


FAB Beef Bash

When: August 30, 9 p.m.

Cost: $10 to $15

Spend a night of Calgary Pride with the Federation of Alberta Bears (FAB) at The Palomino. Attendees — bears and non, alike  — will enjoy a DJ dance party on the lower level, go-go dancers, drink specials and a 25-per cent off deal on meals. Admission fees ($10 for FAB members, $15 for non) help support The Alex.

The Palomino, 109 7 Ave. S.W., thepalomino.ca


Pride Party: The Movement

When: August 30, 5 p.m.

Cost: $21 to $25

Girls on Decks and Broken City are hosting Pride Party: The Movement which features some seriously talented DJs and musicians. Stop by this party to see DJ Krista, Rabbyt, DJ Applebaum and more. According to the event, tickets have sold out in previous years so make sure to get yours in advance.

Broken City, 613 11 Ave. S.W., brokencity.ca


Pride City/Deep Roots


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When: September 1, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Cost: Cover by donation

The Pride City/Deep Roots event is hosted by Broken City and The SHARP Foundation, an organization that provides care to those living with HIV, to celebrate diversity and inclusion within Calgary. The event will raise money for The SHARP Foundation‘s 24/7 care facilities.

Broken City, 613 11 Ave. S.W., brokencity.ca


Wonderland: A Party with Pride

When: September 1, 2 p.m.

Cost: $20 in advance or $25 at the door

J9Productions is transforming the back alley between Greta Bar and The Backlot into a huge party for pride! The party starts at 2 p.m. and won’t end until the early hours of the following morning, so the party is sure to have plenty of entertainment like drag, burlesque, pole dancing and more!

The Backlot, 209 10 Ave. S.W., the backlotbar.com 


Fake Mustache Pride Ball

When: September 1, 9 p.m.

Cost: $15 or $30 for the whole weekend

Anybody is invited to walk in the categories for this Pride Ball. Pick a theme and go all out on the runway. Hosted by Karla Marx and Oliver Twirl, this event is part of Fake Mustache Drag Troupe‘s Pride Weekend.

Dickens Pub, 1000 9 Ave. S.W., dickenspub.ca


HOT MESS Pride Bash 2019


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When: September 1, 9 p.m.

Cost: $15 to $45

Hot Mess, a queer Calgary party that you can find year-round, is hosting a special edition party for pride. This event is at Commonwealth, with upstairs blasting classic pride anthems and downstairs bumping R&B, deep house and more. The event will include special performers — stay tuned for more!

Commonwealth Bar & Stage, 731 10 Ave. S.W., commonwealthbar.ca



To counterbalance the partying, or even if you just love to get your sweat on, there are some great options around the city to combine workouts or outdoor time with pride. Here’s some of the cool stuff you can do during Calgary Pride Festival that are guaranteed to make you feel great.


Cannibale X Ol’ Beautiful Pride Ride

When: August 24, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: Free

Start off pride with a guided bike tour through Inglewood and East Village, courtesy of the folks at Ol’Beautiful Brewing Co. and Cannibale. Meet at Ol’ Beautiful at 12 p.m. to get your bike tuned by Bow Cycle & Sports before heading out. End the ride at Cannibale in Bridgeland to enjoy activities, barbecue and beers. $1 from every hot dog and beer goes to Calgary Pride.

Starting at Ol’ Beautiful Brewing Co., 1103 12 St. S.E., olbeautiful.com


Pride Punch


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When: August 24, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Cost: $20

Sometimes a sweat sesh means learning to punch stuff, and that’s what UNDRCARD is there to teach you. This sweat sesh, however, includes an after-workout drink. $20 dollars gets you the class, a drink ticket and the knowledge that you’re helping a local organization – all proceeds go to Skipping Stone Foundation.

UNDRCARD Boxing Studio, 349 10 Ave. S.W., undrcard.com


Calgary Pride Raft on the Bow


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When: August 24 and 25

Cost: $50 to $140

While this definitely doesn’t require exercise (except maybe pushing your float in and out of the Bow), you’ll definitely be sweating while soaking up the sun as you float down the river. The cost of this event is free except for the cost of renting a raft or kayak. Feel free to bring your own, and don’t forget to decorate yourself and your float with pride accessories.

The Paddle Station, 5227 13 Ave. N.W., paddlestation.ca


MEC Calgary Pride Hike

When: August 25, 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) wants to help you celebrate pride by taking folks from downtown Calgary to Bragg Creek to complete Fullerton Loop. The bus ride is free, all you have to do is register for a spot, clear your schedule and not forget bug spray or a lunch.

Bus from MEC, 830 10 Ave. S.W., mec.ca



Photograph courtesy of Rumble Boxing Studio.

When: August 31, 9:30 a.m. to 10:20 a.m. (Country Hills location) and 10:30 a.m. to 11:20 a.m. (17 Ave. location)

Cost: $20 (or free first time)

Like Rumble says, sometimes you need to punch out your day or week, and their heavy bag class is the way to do it. Both studio locations are giving you a way to do it during pride with a classic pride soundtrack. If you’re a first-timer, the class is free. Sign up online or call 587-352-7625. Proceeds will be going to Skipping Stone.

Rumble Boxing Studio, 720 17 Ave. S.W. and 5149 Country Hills Blvd. N.W., rumbleboxing.com


Pride Charity WOD

When: August 31, 1p.m. to 2 p.m.

Cost: $20

If you’re a seasoned CrossFit enthusiast, you’ll love this event. If you’re new to the workout, this is your chance to try it out. The proceeds of this class will go to Skipping Stone Foundation so you can sweat in solidarity for a cause.

CrossFit Sunalta, 1703 10 Ave. S.W., crossfitsunalta.com



What’s better than buying some rainbow coloured items that you can wear to show your pride? Buying rainbow coloured items and other things that show your pride and give back to the community! Here are some items you can buy that will give back to local organizations that support the LGTBQ+ community.


Craft Club Membership

Price: $7.95 per month or $59.40 per year

For the month of August, BeerGuys Craft Club is giving a portion of membership fees to Calgary Outlink. Download the app and join to get a ton of discounts and deals at local breweries, pubs and restaurants among other things while supporting a local LGBTQ+ organization!

BeerGuys Craft Club, beerguys.ca


In It Together Collection


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Price: $40 to $90

Alberta-based Camp Brand Goods carries its In It Together collection, a group of t-shirts and crew neck sweaters that embellish their classic logo with a rainbow. Plus, $10 from every t-shirt sale and $20 from every crew neck sale goes to Camp fYrefly. If you ever need an excuse to buy their cozy clothes, this is it.

Camp Brand Goods, campbrandgoods.com


PRIDE Collection


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Price: $37 to $85

Looking for a new hat, toque or sweater? Alberta Apparel has you covered with their PRIDE Collection. Buy items with a rainbow bear to show your support during pride. $5 from each hat, $10 from each toque and $20 from each sweater goes to Camp fYrefly.

Alberta Apparel, albertaapparel.com


Mr. Fab’s Manhattan Cocktail


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Price: $49.95

This delicious premixed cocktail is a collaboration between craft distiller Eau Claire Distillery and Ryan Massel, aka @immrfabulous, as part of his LOVED collection. A portion of the proceeds from every bottle sold will go to Skipping Stone Foundation. Check out the LOVED website to see more items for sale!

Eau Claire Distillery, eauclairedistillery.ca


Wildberry Flavoured Macarons


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Price: $6 for one, $10 for two

These gorgeous and delicious macarons are on sale all pride long with proceeds going to support Camp fYrefly. You can call ahead to pre-order and support a good cause while snacking on some delicious sweets.

Ollia Macarons & Tea, byollia.com

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