Join Nice Jewish Girls+ for an evening of karaoke on our rooftop. We’ll supply the pizza and drinks, you bring your song choices and friends. All levels of singing welcome – no need to be a professional singer! If you don’t want to sing, no worries – we need an audience.
Nice Jewish Girls+ is a social group welcoming LGBTQIA-identified women, trans, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people in the NYC area.
Please note: Nice Jewish Girls+ is geared specifically to those in their 20s, 30s, and early 40s.
Queer Film Theory 101 is a monthly comedy show, hosted by Sarah Kennedy and Veronica Garza, featuring LGBTQ performers “outing” the films that influenced their identity. It’s free and fabulous!
Come on down and caffeinate with the gang once again! Reconnect with new/old queer friends over a coffee or three, then we’ll migrate to Cubbyhole for $2 margaritas after! All genders welcome!
Come hang out at the Lost & Found Beer Garden (right by 19th St BART) for food, drinks, and fun times! Afterwards we’ll head over to the Uptown for dancing at Hella Gay (https://www.facebook.com/HellaGayDanceParty).
FREE Saturday wind down meditation after the first day of Pride.
This meditation will focus on healing and community.
Everybody is welcome, although this group will focus on queer and trans folk.
Meditation is FREE, Saturday, August 18, 7 pm
Bring a yoga mat or cushion to sit on.
***the description on the website is incorrect, the proper description of the meditation is what is written in this post.***
It’s the monthly Seattle ‘Straddlers game night, summertime edition! Come to Raygun Lounge with your own favorite games or borrow some from Raygun’s library. The venue has drinks and snacks available. Hope to see you there!
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Queer Film Theory 101 is a monthly comedy show, hosted by Sarah Kennedy and Veronica Garza, featuring LGBTQ performers “outing” the films that influenced their identity.
I came up to Penrith a year ago, and I have met hardly any queer ladies, so please come have some tea and cake with me.
We need to get some footage of people playing party games so we decided that since we’re going to set it up anyway, why not throw a party!?!
Sophie Santos and Jess Salomon bring you their Agenda™ with this banging variety show featuring the best lez, bi and queer comedians* of all time. Buckle up those Birkenstocks ladies… they’ve got big plans.
Come hang out at Taylor Park for an End-of-Pride-Month celebration!
Let’s end Pride Month by going rainbow (weekly LGBTQ night) roller skating at celesbian favorite Moonlight Rollerway.
Come enjoy good company, food, drinks, and games with other Straddlers at SF Pride! BYOD/F/B (drinks/food/blankets)!
Nice Jewish Girls+, a social group welcoming LGBTQIA-identified women, trans, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people in the NYC area, will host a screening of ‘We Exist’ followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and a special reception.
We’re hosting a barbeque for youth ages 12-21! We’ll have food, games, music, and lots of smiles 🙂 Parents, friends and allies are welcome with a youth.
Wind down from Pride with a low key afternoon that will include: snacks, bubbles!, lawn games, maybe a craft?, a dog if it’s not too hot out, and music. Feel free to bring anything else that you think might be fun (except alcohol, which isn’t allowed in the park).
Meet-Up at the Inside the Black Triangle Denver Pride Booth for an interactive art activity. Meet Rachael Zimmerman, the creator of ITBT, along with influencers: fitness coach Ashley Lynn, artist Kennedy Underwood, creative director/founder of Mass Musings Kayte Demont, and model Hannah Ogden.
Picnic on the Capitol lawn while the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra puts on an outdoor performance. Potluck style: bring snacks and drinks to share.