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Town Hall Meeting

As decided during last December’s LGBT Town Hall Meeting, such meetings will be held on a quarterly basis. Once again, representatives from a number of gay or gay-affirmative groups including ALCU Utah, Affirmation: Gay and Lesbian Mormons, Equality Utah, HRC, Log Cabin Republicans, PFLAG, Pride Interfaith Council, Proud People of Color Network, Reconciliation, Stonewall Democrats, TRANSaction and the Utah Pride Center will meet to discuss the progress they have made in the past three months and what they plan to do between now and the 2009 Utah Pride Festival. A question and answer period will follow.
When: April 22, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Where: Salt Lake County North Building: Council Chambers (2100 S State Street)
Info: [email protected] or (801) 918-6906


Queer Prom 2009

The Utah pride Center’s youth program, Tolerant, Intelligent Network of Teens, will present Queer Prom 2009: So Excited this April. Queer Prom is an annual event for gay and transgender youth and their straight allies.
When: April 18
Where: Salt Lake City Downtown Library, 210 E 400 S
Cost: $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Tickets will be on sale soon.
Info: [email protected], (801) 539-8800.

 

GLBT Marching Band

Community activist Dominique Storni is looking for people interested in forming a gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender marching band to perform during the Utah Pride Parade. Storni is looking for musicians who have had some experience in marching band, music teachers familiar with typical marching band instruments (drums, horns, etc.), and donations of sheet music. For those who cannot play an instrument but who have interest in helping, Storni is also in need of a support crew.
Info: [email protected]

Utah Pride Needs You

The 2009 Utah Pride Festival is seeking volunteers. To sign up visit utahpridefestival.org.

Cowboy Kick-Off

The Village, the Utah AIDS Foundation’s HIV-prevention program for gay and bisexual men, will hold its second annual Cowboy Kick-off this May to raise money for the Village Summit, a health seminar for gay and bisexual men. This year’s theme will be Castro-style, to commemorate slain gay leader Harvey Milk. A cash bar will be available and prizes will be given for the best cowboy outfit.
When: May 9, 6:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Where: The residence of Ron Thurber (2215 E Aspenwood Way, 9760 S)
Info: Contact Carl at (801) 487-2323 [email protected]
Cost: Suggested donation of $15.

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