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Womynspace, Vol. 7, No. 4, September 1988 - Page 4. September 1988. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 20, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4015/show/4009.

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Title Womynspace, Vol. 7, No. 4, September 1988
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Date September 1988
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Transcript CALENDAR CONTINUED... SATURDAY 17 Marianne Pendino will be featured at the Stages Repertory Theatre as part of the Woman's Repertory Project Weekend.* Events this weekend will showcase the talents of women in the theatrical arts. 2:00 pm. Come alone or join the Single Lesbians Network outing to this event. For info concerning the outing call Liz at 522-7662. Youth Concerned with Lesbian and Gay Issues* 7:30-9 pm at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. Call Melinda at 661-0078 for info. Woman's Repertory Project Weekend presents a Patsy Cline Show.* 8:00 pm at the Stages Repertory Theatre. For info call 52STAGE. SUNDAY 18 The Women's Group. Celebration Ritual of the Fall Equinox. 10:00 am at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. The Woman's Repertory Project Weekend* will present a seminar, speaker TBA. 10:00 am at the Stages Repertory Theatre. For info call 52STAGE. The Woman's Repertory Project Weekend* presents "Talking from the Inside" and "Woman Examining Her Heart" at 2:00 pm. Stages Repertory Theatre. For info call 52STAGE. Needed: Forty Wimmin to Celebrate Gail's 40th! 3:00 pm to ? at Norma's, 5611 Valverde. BBQ briskett, swimming, hot tub, etc. RSVP by Sept. 10 at 522-9113. TUESDAY 20 "Medicinal Herbs** class at Lucia's Garden. The 2nd of 3 classes. See Tuesday, 9/13. 7:30-10:00 pm at 2213 Portsmouth. WEDNESDAY 21 AMAC (Adults Molested as Children) * meets at 7:00 pm at Family Services Center, Lillian St. at Shepherd. Free Wit* 4 WOMYNSPACE GPLC (Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus)* meets at 7:30 pm at the Travel Lodge-Viscount Hotel on the Southwest Freeway between Kirby & Buffalo Speedway. FRIDAY 23 The Houston area Greens* meets every Friday at 7:00 pm. For info concerning location, call Dana at 952-5024. SATURDAY 24 GLPC (Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus) Annual Awards Dinner* Special guest, Dr. Matilda Krim. Issues to be addressed include AIDS, Health Care, etc, 7:30 pm at the Four Seasons Hotel. Youth Concerned with Lesbian and Gay Issues* 7:30-9 pm at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. Call Melinda at 661-0078 for info. SUNDAY 25 The Women's Group. Isabel Martinez, M.D. will talk about calcium, osteoporosis, menopause, estrogen replacement therapy. 10:00 at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. MONDAY 26 Lucia's Garden presents "Full Moon Meditation." A time to get in touch with ancient spiritual and psychological energies—our Moon cycles—and a time to meditate and be with one another in the Silence. 7:30 pm at 2213 Portsmouth. $5, TUESDAY 27 "Medicinal Herbs"* class at Lucia's Garden. The 3rd of 3 classes. See Tuesday, 9/13. 7:30-10:00pm at 2213 Portsmouth. WEDNESDAY 28 AMAC (Adults Molested as Children) * meets at 7:00 pm at Family Services Center, Lillian St. at Shepherd. Free SUNDAY 10/2 The Women's Group. Martha Redworth, Attorney, will discuss legal issues for women. 10:00 am at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. RAUCOUS CAUCUS TO MEET OR WILD WOMEN DON'T GET THE BLUES Deborah Bell will host a Raucous Caucus for Comic Disobedience on Sat. October 1. Women who want to be part of this dynamic group are invited to join Deborah for dinner at Cafe Edi (W. Alabama & Shepherd) at 7:30 pm. We will then adjourn to a selected location and let the wild rampus begin. COMING UP - COMING OUT OCTOBER 11 wi National Comi spired by the over a half m Gay Rights in this event is unity and pri events are be conjuction wi Please contac 665-3959. 11 see the first ng Out Day. Invisibility of illion Lesbian & October 1987 - to show support, de. Several ing planned in th this idea. t Deborah Bell at Poetry Reading Friday, October 14. Look for details in the October Newsletter. *0pen to men, TEXAS REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS CONFERENCE NOW at the University of Houston is sponsoring the 1988 Texas Reproductive Rights Conference on Sept. 24 from 8:30am to 4:00pm at the UH-University Center. Nine workshops will be offered covering topics such as Advanced reproductive technologies, sex education in Texas school, Anti-choice followers & their tatics, political skill for action, legislative challenges and public funding for indigent women. The keynote address will be Byllye Avery of the National Black Women's Health Project in Atlanta. For more information or to volunteer to help call Michelle Mc- Kenzie, evenings at 376-1409.