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Country Cupboard Opens

On the 15th of every month (or the Friday before the 15th), the Country Cupboard Food Bank opens to clients until the end of the month. PHA clients are able to come to RHAC and get groceries once during each Country Cupboard period. For more information on Country Cupboard, contact Rob Newman.

ED & Client Lunch

PHA Clients are invited to join the Executive Director, Brian Lester, and the Director of Client Services, Shannon Dougherty for lunch and discussion on July 22. This lunch serves to give PHA clients a chance to provide feedback on RHAC's services, as well as enjoy some good food and company. For more information on the ED & Client Lunch, please contact Rob Newman.

Bar Outreach

Find an RHAC Educator out at Lavish on the last Thursday of each month. Stop and chat about any sexual health questions you may have or grab some free condoms. For more information on Bar Outreach, contact Kevin Murphy.

Camp Wendake

Camp Wendake (Huron for: A place set apart) is a camp for people living with HIV/AIDS and their care-givers, loved ones, and traditional/non-traditional families. The camp has rustic cabins, and it is situated on the beautiful shores of Lake Huron near Bayfield, ON. Camp Wendake this year is August 29th - September 3rd. Registration for 2011 is closed, but to get on the waiting list or learn more about the camp, visit their website.  

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Our Rocky Horror Picture Show event is London’s most fun fundraising event of the entire year!

This year there will be two screenings of the film - at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm. Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased in advance at Rainbow Cinemas or the Biz Booth at Fanshawe College and at the door the night of at Rainbow Cinemas only.

Open Closet

Open Closet is a group for youth from the six counties we serve (Perth, Huron, Oxford, Elgin, Middlesex and Lambton) who are between 14 and 18 years of age and who identify as either gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), or who may be questioning their sexual orientation.The group has been in existence since early 2002, serving approximately 1,100 youth. Open Closet is one of the more successful queer youth groups in Southwestern Ontario.

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