The Utah Pride Center’s social group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people aged 50 and over and their friends, has several exciting activities scheduled for the rest of the summer.
August’s “go-together” social event will be QSaltLake’s annual Lagoon Day on Aug. 8. Members of SAGE will meet under the park’s Maple Terrace Pavilion for a day of rides, shows, cotton candy and fun in the sun. To RSVP email [email protected] or call Jennifer Nuttall at 801-539-8800.
Later in the month, SAGE will host a discussion on creating a support group for caregivers — in particular those who care for a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender elder. Although the Utah Pride Center has said that it is still putting together more specific details about the discussion, its date has been set for Aug. 18.
As the weather cools in September, SAGE members will get out their favorite fezzes, bonnets, berets, tiaras and top hats for the “Do You Like My Hat” Gala. This music of live evening, fine food and drinks will include a showcase of fabulous hats and several fun door prizes. Original and homemade haberdashery is encouraged.
For more information about SAGE and its upcoming activities, contact Jennifer Nuttall or visit utahpridecenter.org.