Deadline for items to be included in the January edition of the Montrose Activity Center NEWSLETTER, write to Box 66684, Houston, TX 77266-
6684, or call 529-1223.
Lucie Blue Tremblay presented by Live Wire
Productions in Austin. Shows at 7:30 PM and
10:00 PM at the Cactus Cafe - UT Unio , Guadalupe @ 23rd Street, tickets are $9 at the door only.
Psychic Fair sponsored by Libra Books 'n' Crystals, 12:00 - 5:00 PM, 1420 Westheimer featuring
tarot, astrology, palmistry, continues on Sunday.
The Women's Group, 10:00 AM at First Unitarian
Church, 5210 Fannin. Dr. Liz Ghatala PhD., Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston,
will be talking to us about memory.
Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF) meets the third
Sunday of each month at Autry House, 6265 S.
Main at 2:00 PM with speakers, refreshments and
AMIGA de Houston holds its business meeting at
5:00 PM with potluck dinner. Call 520-5667 for
Wilde 'n' Stein Radio, discussion about Gay and
Lesbian community, 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, KPFT
90.1 FM. Bill Scott of Body Positive and president
of the national Gay and Lesbian Health Forum will
speak about gay and lesbian youth.
21 THURSDAY winter solstice
23 SATURDAY HANUKKAH
After Hours, discussion about Gay and Lesbian
community, Midnight to 4:00 AM, KPFT 90.1 FM.
A After Hours Christmas will look back at 1989 the
20th year of Stonewall, where has the Gay and
Lesbian Community been for the past 20 years.
The Women's Group, 10:00 AM at First Unitarian
Church, 5210 Fannin. Open program. An escape
from the assumed/imagined vicissitudes of this
holiday - Bring Music/poems.
25 MONDAY CHRISTMAS
Wilde 'n' Stein radio program preempted, tune in
Gay/Lesbian Parents Support Group meets
various locations, call 666-1616 for more information.
WOMYNSPACE presents "Fortunes and Fantasies", New Year's Eve Eve dance at Autry House,
6265 S. Main, with D.J. Cherry Wolf, palm reading,
tarot cards, astrology, runestones & more! Come
find out what the next decade has in store for you,
This is a chemical-free event, call Deborah at 521-
0780 for more information.
The Women's Group 10:00 AM at First Unitarian
Church, 5210 Fannin. "Celebration of our lives...
moving into the 1990s."
American Gay Atheists, Brunch meeting of AGA
, 11:00 AM at Hobby Airport Hilton, 8181 Airport
Blvd. Call 863-1713 for more information.
BAILE presented by GLHU at George R. Brown
Convention Center at 8:00 PM to 1:30 AM, admission $15.pre-sale.880-GLHU.
The Event The Montrose Activity Center cordially
invites you to spend an evening with George and
Martha and Edward for a special benefit performance of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia
Woolf?, As directed by the author,7:30 PM, Alley
Theatre, 615 Texas Avenue, tickets $25 to $250,
call 522-2204 for more information. $25 tickets
available at Say Cheese, 3926 Westheimer, Inklings, 1846 Richmond or LOBO 1424-C Westheimer.
Womynspace meets 12 Noon for scrumptious
potluck brunch (bring something delicious to share),
stimulating conversation (the latest gossip) and
sisterhood, Meeting follows at 1:30 PM, Inklings
Bookshop, 1846 Richmond, upstairs, call Deborah
521-0780 for more information.This will be the
annual membership meeting, with major decisions
to be made about the organization, including incorporating under the Montrose Activity Center.
REGARDING SUBMISSIONS TO THE WAND
Original writing by women is
desired for publication in The
WAND. Writing may be poetry, news
articles, commentary, etc. Also
original drawings and cartoons are
welcome. Groups may send us notice
of their regular meetings and
special events by the 10th of the
month for the next month's issue.
Use of any submitted material is at
the discretion of the Newsletter
committee. We are glad to network
with other groups that work for
social change and share a
perspective in line with the
feminist concept of WOMYNSPACE
Donations to help us defray the
cost of printing are appreciated.
Articles submitted are also subject
to acceptance for publication at
the discretion of the committee.
Articles do not necessarily reflect
the opinions of the organization or
individual members of the
committee. We try to use what we
can as space allows. For the
return of any material, please
enclose a stamped, self-addressed
envelope. It is best if articles
are typed in column width of 3"
(length is not a problem provided
material is not too lengthy).
WOMYNSPACE is a feminist organization whose concept is to provide
alternative space for women in a
women-only, chemically free,
supportive environment. Founded in
1984, the group publishes THE WAND,
a community calendar/newsletter,
sponsors various events throughout
the year*, such as dances, concerts
and video showings, sponsors CR and
other types of support/recovery
groups for women and a networking
Membership is open to all women who
pay annual dues (or do a work
/^exchange). Members receive THE
WAND, discounts with some of our
advertisers and opportunity for
involvement in the community.
WOMYNSPACE may be contacted through
writing to P.O. Box 980601,
Houston, TX 77098-0601 or by
calling Erika at 713/880-9517 or
*Several of the events are open to
men as wel1.
AMIGA (All Mujeres Interested in
Getting Active): 520-5667
Gay/Lesbian Switchboard -
Heartsong (Women's Chorus):
Houston Area NOW (National Organization for Women): 522-6673
Houston Area Women's Center:
Houston Gay/Lesbian Political
Caucus (HGLPC): 521-1000
Lambda Center (AA Groups):
Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF):
Montrose Activity Center (MAC):
Montrose Counseling Center:
Single Lesbians Group:
Rape Crisis Hotline
WIRES .(Women's Information and
Referral Exchange): 528-2121
Women's Group at The First Unitarian Church - 5210 Fannin:
723-4237 or 522-9113.
Women's Reading Group:
589-0005 or 522-9837
YWCA (Willa @ Waugh)
Masterson Branch: 868-6075