£> TD1I?/'~>I A I t?\ 7"E_*XTT^O NOTE: If an event has an astrisk*, more detail is listed under ongoing events.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
June Special Events
^ Cycling - Heights
at Bell Park
7:00 A New Way
7:30 Introduction to
the Tarot, Class
by Lucia's Garden
Renewal with Delores
Berry - MCCR
1 PRIDE WEEK (PW
7:00 Pride Week
at Inklings Bookshop
New Moon Meditaion
12:00 A New Way
Women of Color
1 ^ PRIDE WEEK
ir 1pm Workshop
1991 Pride Awards
Lynn Lavner Concert
1 Gay & Lesbian Parents Coalition International thru. Sunday
5:30 Low Cholestrerol
Cooking w/Olive Oil
Ounce of Prevention
is worth a Pound
of Cure Fundraiser
Baile '91 Tex-Mex
Gay & Lesbian
UGay Rights liibbyi Hispanics Unidos
n n AllStar Women
Legal Issues workshop
HDTV ainical workshp
Grand Marshall BBQ
T.Mie Star Cnncert
Gay 90's Roller Skating- Gospel Concert- NAMES Project Quilting Bee Workshop
StarNite '91 Festival
"Feel the Music"
8:00pm Full Moon
StarNite '91 Festival
The Roches in
Women of Color Support Group is facilitated by "A
New Way" and meets the first Saturday of each month
from noon to 2:30 p.m. at 5906 Dolores, Suite 201.
For women of color only. Sliding scale fee. For
more info, call 784-6511.
The Women's Group*, The Politically Correct Debate:
A Feminist Perspective - A panel of women will
explore, from a free speech view, their way of
talking about race, gender, sexuality and general
life topics. The phrase originated in December of
1975, with Karen DeCrow (then President of
NOW) When/Who/How did the term become an
epithet? This will be a most spirited discussion -
maybe even bombastic? Why not? Meets at the
Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin at 10am.
Chain Gang (Gay Cycling Club) will meet at Heaven's
parking lot at 10:00am to cycle in the Heights. For
more info, call Dave at 981-7257.
Peregrinations - After the Women's Group, we will
go to Bell Park on Montrose at Bell. Bring chairs,
blankets, toys music and fantasies. We will have
poor "persons" from Antoine's on Main along with
plenty of soda pop for everyone. Look for these
travels every first Sunday.
Women's Craft Exhibition - Women will display their
pieces for sale before and after the Women's Group
(1st Sundays). Each craftswoman donates 10% of her
sales to the church. For more information call
Jacsun at 529-7329.
Class and Background Issues Workshop presented by
"A New Way" at 5906 Dolores, Suite 201. Open to
all women. For more info, call 784-6511. Sliding
Introduction to the Tarot - Class meets at Lucia's
Garden from 7:30-10:00pm, ($20). Lucia will teach
this one-session introduction to these wonderful
symbols, the language of dreams. FMI, 523-6494.
Women Against Violence Everywhere (WAVE) meets the
first and third Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 pm
at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. For
more information, call 529-7329.
Adventures in Anatolian Archeology, presented by
avid world traveler, Sis Lovett Tobler. Her
travelogues (slide shows/lectures) are set for
every Thursday in June, from noon to 1 p.m. at the
Montrose Branch Library, 4100 Montrose Blvd. The
programs are free and open to the public - bring a
bag lunch. For details, call 520-5487.
Sumner Solstice Party at 500 Fargo from 5:30 to
8:00 p.m. All proceeds will benefit the Montrose
Counseling Center's programs. Advanced tickets
($10) are available from board member or at 900
Lovett, Suite 203 M-F, 8:00am-5:00pm. Tickets are
$12 at the door.
LIB Lesbians in Business, "A Women's Empowerment
Group", is a new organization meeting the first
Friday of the month at Inklings Bookshop. Bring
your business cards to network from 6-6:30pm. The
meeting is from 6:30-8:00. Anise Parker and Pokey
Anderson will speak on the topic, "Starting your
own Business". For more info, call Stephanie at
680-8737 or Suzanne at 529-8484.
OUT! Exhibit, Diverse Works at 1117 East Frwy thru
June 16. Sat. & Sun. 12-5, Friday 10-5.
The Women's Group, Martha Pitkin, Feminist Attorney
- Martha is a fine Feminist in Houston where she
has been practicing law for ten years. The Women's
Group meets at 10:00am in the Sojourner Truth room
(upstairs), at the First Unitarian Church, 5210
OUT! Writers Reading-Dennis Ciscel, Georgia Cotrell
Jesse Johnson, writers from Austin/Dallas/ San
Antonio at Diverse Works, 3pm at 1117 E. Frwy just
north of the U of H Downtown. Take North Main two
blocks past 1-10, right on Naylor.
The Women's Reading Group meets at a member's home
from 4:00-6:00 pm on the Sunday second of the
month. This month's book is Women of the Left Bank
by Shari Benstock which examines the contributions
of two dozen American & English expatriate women to
the life of literary Paris between 1900-1940. For
more information, call 827-8726 or 526-8881.
PRIDE WEEK Parade Meeting at EJ's, 7pm. 2517 Ralph.
The deadline for parade entries is 6-11, 523-5263.
Queer Nation meets at 7:30pm at the Montrose Palace
on the corner of Commonwealth and Nevada on the 2nd
and 4th Tuesdays each month. FMI,call 529-0100.
Women's Network - Desires, Difficulties or
Disinterest? Laura Branam, a Feminist therapist
with Bellaire Psychotherapy Associates, will
facilitate a discussion about women and our
sexuality in relation to ourselves and in
connection with others. Tbe Women's Network meets
at the Montrose Counseling Center, 900 Lovett, 2nd
floor 7:00-9pm. For more info, call 529-0037.
Katherine Forrest, bestselling Naiad author, will
speak and sign books at Inklings Bookshop from 7:00
to 9:00 p.m. Forrest is the author of the classic
Curious Wine, as well as the highly-regarded
lesbian detective series featuring Kate Delafield.
Her appearance celebrates the release of the fourth
book in that series, Murder by Tradition. The
event is free. Seating for the speech is
first-come first-served. FMI, call Inklings,
1846 Richmond, 521-3369.
New Moon Meditation presented by Lucia's Garden,
8-10 pm ($10). Women and men can celebrate the
creative energies of the new moon. 523-6494.
Gay and Lesbian Parents Coalition International
12th Annual Conference will be June 13-16 at the
Hyatt Regency West Houston, 13210 Katy Freeway.
Separate conference workshops & activities for
parents ($250 registration fee), youths ages 13 &
up ($75) and children ages 6 to 12 ($65). 524-6505
HeartSong Follies - See Heartsingers and friends at
their zaniest in an evening of fun and frivolity at
8pm, First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. This is a
fund raiser for the Sixth National Women's Choral
Festival to be held in Houston in November 1991.
Tickets available at Inklings for $8 in advance;
$10 at the door. For more info, call 522-4252.
Follies will continue on Saturday evening.