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The Wand 1991-10 - Page 5. October 1991. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 21, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5346/show/5341.

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(October 1991). The Wand 1991-10 - Page 5. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5346/show/5341

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Title The Wand 1991-10
Publisher Womynspace
Date October 1991
Description Vol. 7 No. 10. On some pages, comic strips have been digitally obscured to protect owner's copyright.
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Language English
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminists--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript 13 SUNDAY The Women's Group*, Sue King - USNA Certified Instructor - "Women .... Staying Alive", the first in a series of programs devoted to women and self-defense. The Women's Group meets at the Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin at 10am, in the Sojourner Truth Room upstairs. For more info, call Iris 529-8571 or Laura 529-8571. The Women's Reading Group meets at a member's home from 4:00-6:00 pm on the second Sunday of the month. This month's book is Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. For more information, call 827-8726. Upcoming month's books are: Tehanu by Ursula LeGuin (November) and Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley (December). 16 WEDNESDAY Houston Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus meets first & third Wednesdays at 7pm at the Metropolitan Multi-Purpose Civic Center, 1475 West Gray. For more information, call 521-1000. 19 SATURDAY Houston Outdoor Group Tupperware Party (planned). 25% of the proceeds will be donated to AIDS organizations. For info call Dev, 782-9262. 20 SUNDAY The Women's Group, The Honorable Kathryn Whitmire, a town meeting where you should bring all of your concerns regarding women and safety in our city. The Women's Group meets at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, 10am inthe Sojourner Truth Room upstairs. For more information, call Iris 529-8571 or Laura 529-1886. Mother's Web Monthly Pot Luck Lunch / Picnic / BBQ 1-4 P.M. at Russ Pittman Park in Bellaire, exit 610 at Evergreen and go 2 blocks east (inside the loop) to the corner of Evergreen and Newcastle. Non-mothers can network with feminist mothers & their kids on the third Sunday each month at the park. FMI, call Nancy at 869-6689. Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF) meets the third Sunday of each month, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., now at the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 West Gray. The mailing address is still P.O.B. 980601 Houston, Tx. 77098. For more info, call 661-1482. AMIGA de Houston meets on the third Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm for our business meeting and potluck dinner. While the focus of this group is Latina/Lesbiana - all mujeres interested in getting active are invited to join us. FMI, call 520-5667. 21 MONDAY 15th Annual Women's Week-University of Clear Lake. Display tables will be set up during the Women's Networking Fair on Monday from 11am to 7pm to provide individuals in the university community information about women's organizations and agencies. For info, call Tami at 713-283-2560. > > > > < < < < 22 TUESDAY Queer Nation meets at 7:30pm at the Montrose Palace on the corner of Commonwealth and Nevadaon the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month. *********** ******************************** WAND Layout. FMI, call Kathy at 664-7438. t*******************************4 ********** 23 WEDNESDAY Women's Network*, To be announced. The Women's Network meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at the Montrose Counseling Center, 900 Lovett, 2nd floor 7:00-9pm. FMI, call 529-0037. Full Moon 25 FRIDAY Houston Outdoor Group Camping Trip thru Sunday. Likely camping spots are Martin Dies St. Park, Buescher St. Park or the new private Gay campground If you have a preference, please let Don know soon (1-533-9735). Volunteers are needed to help organize the camping trip. 26 SATURDAY Women of Color Support Group is facilitated by Hitaji Aziz and meets the second & fourth Saturday of each month from 10:00am-2:00 pm. at "A New Way", 5906 Dolores, Suite 201 (off Fountain View, between Richmond and Westheimer). For women of color only. Sliding scale fee. For more info, call 784-6511. Womynspace Halloween Dance - for info call 861-4552 27 SUNDAY The Women's Group*, Bonnie Gangelhoff- essayist and reporter for The Houston Post with a focus on the blending of gender roles. The Women's Group meets at 10 am in the Sojourner Truth room (upstairs), First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. A Jewish Community Dialogue on Gay and Lesbian Issues, l-5pm at the Jewish Community Center. Registration and book sales begin at noon. Andy Rose, co-editor of Twice Blessed: On Being Gay and Lesbian and Jewish will be the featured speaker, along with parents of gays and lesbians, Rabbo Roy Walter and representatives of the Jewish gay and lesbian community. The program is intended to speak to all members of the Houston Jewish Community and is open to all without charge. The Dialogue is sponsored by the Women's Issues Committee of the American Jewish Community and co-sponsored by many Jewish communal and congregational groups. For further information, call the AJC office, 524-1133. 29 TUESDAY FERRON at Rockefeller's, 3620 Washington Ave. at 8pm. For info call 861-9365. Tickets available at Inklings Bookshop, 1846 Richmond - $12.50 and $15 reserved seating. Houston Outdoor Group Rollerskating at the Carousel Skating Rink, 9190 Old Katy Road between Campbell and Blalock. For info, call Dev at 782-9262. GLOBAL COMMUNITY EVENTS (for more info, see Bulletin Board at Inklings) World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet, Women from all regions of the world will gather in Miami, Florida, on 8-12 November 1991 to organize for a more active role in policy-making, strengthen and expand networks and influence the UN Conference on Environment and Development (scheduled for June 1992 in Brazil) through an Action Agenda to be used during the decade and beyond. Open to all, $25 fee. WE-DO, Women's Environment & Development Organization, c/o Women's Foreign Policy Council, 845 Third Avenue, 15th floor, New York, NY 10022. (212)759-7982. Saturday, November 9, Women's Arts and Crafts Festival, Metropolitan Community Church of Dallas. Nominal registration fee. Artists keep all profits from sales. (214)526-6221. January 25 thru February 1, 1992 Aspen Gay Ski Week Houston Outdoor Group (HOG) Ski Coordinator has reserved two ski -in/ski -out condos at Snow Mass for the week. The cost of the condo is $560 per person for the week. Last year 1,400 Gay men and Lesbians took to the slopes. The city of Aspen rolled out the red carpet for us and a large banner across main street read "Welcome National Gay Ski Week". Gay ski clubs from L.A., San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, New York, Atlanta, Dallas and others have sponsored Gay Ski Week. Call Jim (568-1904) for reservations and info. Sister Singers'Network Presents The Magic Music Makes Sixth National Women's Choral Festival Houston, Texas November 1-3,1991 Concert: ^k)vembc^2,1991 • 8 pm - Musk: Hail Hosted by HeartSong FUTURE 1991 EVENTS November 1-3 The Magic Music Makes - Sixth National Women's Choral Festival, Concert: November 2 at 8pm in the Music Hall. Hosted by HeartSong. Saturday, November 2, Third Annual Lone Star Vegetarian Chili-Cook Off, noon-4pm at Bear Creek Park, Pavilion 6, 16330 Clay Road (off Hwy 6) sponsored by Houston Vegetarian Society. For info or to enter as a contestant call 409-345-5453. Houston Vegetarian Society has monthly meetings at local restaurants. For info, call 952-5024. Saturday, December 9, The Nutcracker Dance-Along!, Lone Star Symphonic Band 522-0181 ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS SEE NEXT PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS O SUNDAY 10:00am Women's Group - First Unitarian Church 1:00pm Adult Childern of Alcoholics 4:00pm Lesbian Incest Survivors Anonymous(LISA) 6:00pm Women's Rugby Team Practice MONDAY 12:30pm Rational Eating Group 6:15pm Women's Sexuality Group through Sept 9 7:00pm Lesbian Therapy Group 7:00pm Women's Support Group 9:00pm Wilde'n' Stein - KPFT TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 12:30pm Women's Therapy Group 6:00pm Women's Hour - KTRU 6:15pm ^-Therapy Group-Spirituality 7:00pm £nPick Up" Basketball Game 7:00pm SORA - Sex or Relationship Addictions 7:30pm£Therapy Gr Inner Child Focus THURSDAY 7pm Enfoque de la Mujer-KPFT90.1 7pm AfroFemcentric 7pm Support Group for Women Facing life Challenging Health Concerns 7pm Womens Rugby Team Practice Feminist Golfing FRIDAY 9:05am until noon Breakthrough KPFT 90.1 FM Women's Music Listen to the Calendar at 10.30am for the latest updates on Community Events SATURDAY 4:30pm Real Live Women 2:00pm Mother's Children (HIV) 5:30pm Lesbian and Gay Co-Dependents 7:00 Hearing Impaired (HTV) 9:00pm A Woman's Place KPFT 90.1 FM MATRONI2E OUR ADVERTISERS VISIT INKLINGS Bookshop & LUClA's GARDEN