NOTE: If an event has an astrisk*, more detail is listed under ongoing events.
WAVE: Women Against Violence
Everywhere, meets at 7:30 PM at the First
Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, for
information call 529-7329
WAVE meets the first Wednesday
of each month.
Women's Reading Group, meets the
second Sunday of each month from 4-6pm
in a member's home. This month's selection
is Bingo by Rita Mae Brown. FMI, Call Ibis
The Women's Group*, Women, Dance,
and Song, Carole Etzler and Bren Chambers
visit us from Vermont to share their travels,
music, art, and stories with us. They both
have studied with the Seneca indian teacher
Yehwehnode (She whose voice rides the
wind). Carole is a former writer and
photographer and has won many awards for
her work in radio and film production. Bren
is a classical cellist and has developed a string
educational program for public schools
Carole Etzler and Bren Chambers, will
perform for us at 7:00pm in Channing Hall.
FMI, call 529-8571
BOOK SALE & CRAFT BAZAAR!
The First Unitarian Church is holding a craft and gift sale in the courtyard of the church at 5210 Fannin at
Southmore 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Call 526-1571 for more information.
Women's Network* Join us for a holiday
celebration!-Share the Joy! All participants
please bring four things: a wish written on a
piece of paper, something you are thankful
for written on a piece of paper, a non-
perishable food item to be given to a family
in need, and most important, special friends
to share in our celebration. Participants are
invited to bring finger foods and munchies.
Southwest Conference of the World
Congress of Gay and Lesbian Jewish
Organizations, will meet December 14, 15,
& 16.at the Ramada Hotel-Love Field in
Dallas, Texas. For further information on
events, prices, and how to register, contact
Congregation Beth El Binah at 214-840-3553
Gay Cycling Club, Come out and ride with
the new Gay Cycling Club. "The Fancy
HomeTour" will meander through the
Heights and River Oaks.areas. The ride will
start from The Montrose Mining Company
parking lot at 10am. Rides will vary in length
from 15-23 miles. FMI, call Dee at 480-7998
or Marion at 528-3401.
KAY HEJNY will hold her annual
basket show and sale from noon to
five p.m. at Inklings.
Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF), 2:00
PM, Metropolitan Multi-Service Center,
1475 West Gray, 661-1482
LOAF meets the third Sunday of
Mother's Web Monthly Pot Luck
Lunch/Picnic/BBQ meets the third Sunday of
each month from l-4pm in Fleming Park,
Sunset Blvd. between Hazard and Kent, Hwy
59 and Shepherd exit, in West U. Rain place
is the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin at
Southmore. Call Nancy at 869-6689 for
The Women's Group*, presents The
Herstory of Womynspace." Join panel
members in discussing the past, present, and
future of Womynspace. Womynspace, the
brain child of the Women's Group, provides
women a womyn only, chem-free
environment to enjoy each other's company.
All present and past Womynspace members
are encouraged to attend to share your stories
and memories. Come and contribute your
AMIGA de Houston, holds its business
meeting, with potluck dinner following.
While the focus of this group is Latina/
Lesbiana - All Mujeres Interested in Getting
Active invites all women to join them., 5:00
PM, Call 520-5667 for information
WAND Layout, FMI, Call Kathy at 664-
Marian's Macro Center, "Woman's
Issues" at 7-9:00pm. FMI, call 523-0171
Marian's Macro Center, ^Holiday Party"
at 7-10:00pm. Join us. FMI, call 523-0171
Happy Winter Solstice Earthlings
AN EVENING OF CELEBRATORY
POEMS cosponsored by Afrofem-
centric and First Unitarian Women's
Group will be held at 8 p.m. at Inklings. Call Jacsun for information at
The Women's Group*, Come share a short
story, poem, song or personal experience.
Enjoy the richness of being a woman. Bring
a holiday sweet to share
Midnight Mass, Celebration of Christmas
Midnight Mass in the gay and lesbian parish
of Montrose, Holy Trinity Catholic Church,
1218 Welch St., between Montrose and
Waugh, at 12:00 am. FMI, call 528-0012
Wilde 4n' Stein*, A special holiday show,
featuring Deborah Bell and Jack Valinski
opening their presents.
The Women's Group*, How can we raise
our consciousness in the New Year? Come
celebrate the Feminist Perspectives for 1991
with friends, music, and champaigne.
National Lesbian Conference, Diversity,
Solidarity, Empowerment, proposals are
now being sought to fill 400 slots for
workshops and panels in both traditional and
non-traditional formats, over 5,000 lesbians
are expected to participate in this gathering,
write Box 1999, Decatur, GA 30031 or call
REGARDING SUBMISSIONS TO THE
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
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).
Jack Valinski for the use of your
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