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Transcript 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. FULL MOON TOGETHER WE CAN, a community benefit with Urvashi Vaid, Executive Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and Tim Miller, performance artist. $12 at 7:00pm, Heights Theater. Tickets available at LOBO and Inklings, limited seating. 21 TUESDAY Lesbian/Gay Pride Week - General Meeting on the third Tuesday each month, 7pm at the Multi-purpose Center, 1475 W. Gray. For info, call 529-6979. Roller Skating Party at the Carousel Skating Rink, 9190 Old Katy Road, between Katy and Blalock, 7:30pm to 10:30pm, $5 includes skates, benefiting Montrose Activity Center (formerly MAC/MCCR) every third Tuesday thru December 1992. For info, call Helen at 747-8687. 22 WEDNESDAY Women's Network* 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. 25 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. Introduction to Handguns. No, you don't have to be pro-gun to take this class. It stresses safety, and is informational. You will get the chance to practice with a High-Tech Target that takes INFRA-RED Rays, instead of real bullets. So there is no danger of accidental shooting. For those who wish, we will adjourn to a target range afterwards, to shoot actual bullets. Noon-2pm. $12. 5205 Allum Road. Register via Aleithia Bower, 729-7387. Women only. 6 Week ADVANCED Self Defense Course. 6-8pm. $65. Expand uponskills learned in basic class, and learn to disarm a knife or gun wielding assailant. Basic Self Defense is a Pre-requisite. Also recommend Intro to Self Handguns. Wear gloves as your hands take a beating in this course. 5205 Allum Road. Register via Aleithia Bower, 729-7387. Women only. 17 FRIDAY LIB (Lesbians in Business) will at a new location, Innova at 20 Greenway Plaza. Directions from Montrose Area: Southbound on the Southwest Freeway, exit Summit and follow the feeder to Cummins St. Innova is located on Cummins between Portsmouth St. and Norfolk (also between Richmond and 1-59). For parking, you enter the building either from the Norfolk or Portsmouth side. The meeting is located on the first floor in room 1. Houston physician Dr. Patricia Salvato is scheduled to speak on "Stress in Women". Dr. Salvato has practiced internal medicine for over 6 years, specializing in the treatment of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She is director of the Houston Immunological Institute and volunteers at the Montrose Clinic. Her insight into the effects of stress on women will be of particular interest to many of us who are trying to survive in the pressure-filled world of business. Come at 6:30 to network. For info, call 529-0077. 18 SATURDAY A-STEP WORKSHOP (A Competitor to the original "Model Mugging"). Practice on an attacker protected by a padded body suit. Houston. 10am-6:30pm. $75 Register via Shannon Bueker, 280-0081. Usually women only, but men may attend. Same class available on 1/11. Urvashi Vaid, executive director of the National Gay/Lesbian Task Force, will speak on the future of lesbian and gay civil rights, followed by a reception. Urvashi captivated the crowd when she spoke at the most recent March on Austin. Hosts of the event are Pokey Anderson, Annise Parker, Sue Lovell, Linda Morales, and Deborah Bell. Open to the public, although donations to NGLTF are appreciated. At Inklings Bookshop, 1846 Richmond, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, call 521-3369. 19 SUNDAY The Women's Group*, Backlash. Iris Sizemore and Jacsun Shah will be leading a discussion of this very important book by Susan Faludi on the "undeclared war against American women." Urvashi Vaid, Executive Director of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, will address us and add her perspectives to the discussion. 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 Janet 370-3657. ADVANCED A-STEP WORKSHOP (the first A-STEP Workshop is a pre-requisite.) Houston. $75 Register via Shannon Bueker, 280-0081. Usually women only, but men may attend. 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. ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS SEE NEXT PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ONGOING WEEKLY EVENTS Q 26 SUNDAY The Women's Group, Assault Prevention by Maximizing the Safety of your Environment - Home, Work, Car, Shopping, Playing. 10:30am - Officer Lucy Carradero HPD - Personal Safety and Awareness; 11:00am - Deborah Bowles from Crime Deterrent Specialists - Personal Safety, 11:30am Aleithia Bower - Guard Dogs. The Women's Group meets at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, 10am in the Sojourner Truth Room upstairs. For more information, call Iris 529-8571 or Janet 370-3657. 31 FRIDAY Charlie King in Acoustic Music Concert 8pm- Charlie writes and sings songs which embody a positive perspective on issues of peace and social justice. First Unitarian Church, 5200 Fannin. Tickets on sale at the church and Inklings Bookshop, 1846 Richmond. $8 in advance and $10 at the door. To benefit Houston Non-Violent Action/War Resisters League. For info, call Nancy Edwards, 661-9737. FEBRUARY 1 - Saturday March on Washington 1993 Regional meeting for Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas at the Dallas Gay/ Lesbian Cornmunity Center located at 2701 Reagan St. 10:00am to 5:00pm . Carpools and community housing can be arranged for all interested folks Call the Prideline 529-6979. FUTURE 1992 EVENTS GLOBAL COMMUNITY EVENTS (for more info, see Bulletin Board at Inklings) BEAUMONT, February 14 - First Annual Texas Lavender Connection (T.L.C.) Valentine Dance The First Annual Texas Lavender Connection (T.L.C.) will be held at the Spindletop Unitarian Church at 1575 Spindletop Road in Beaumont from 8pm to 2am Friday, February 14 (of course!). Cost: Eight dollars per person or fifteen dollars per couple plus two canned goods, if purchased by February 1st. A dollar more at door. The donated canned goods will go to TANS and the Beaumont Women's Shelter. Join us for a HERSTORICAL LOVELY lesbian evening!! For more info: call: 409-724-1192. To order tickets, send check or money order to T.L.C, 2125 8th St., Port Neches, TX., 77651. Wednesdays The Gay/Lesbian Student Association, a discussion groups of an educational, social, political and service organization of the University of Houston, 3:30 PM & 7:30 PM, FY I: 529-3211 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 (HIV) 7:30 Queer Nation 9:00pm A Woman's Place KPFT 90.1 FM MATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS VISIT INKLINGS Bookshop &LUClA's GARDEN