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DRESS TO IMPRESS for #SantaStrut and run, walk, or strut this short 1-mile-ish #FabulousFunRun, including:

·Creative Costume Contest

·Festive Performances

·1-mile-ish "Fun Run" through West Hollywood

·Fantastic Prizes

·and plenty of frolicking and holiday cheer!

 

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Event Details

Fabulous, Fun, Costumes, Undies and Athletics - for a Good Cause!

10:00 AM - Doors Open for the Santa Strut at the Abbey Food + Bar in West Hollywood.

11:00 AM - Opening Ceremony featuring performances, costumes contest and awards: 

COSTUME CONTEST and AWARDS:

  • Top Fundraiser
  • Top Fundraising Team
  • Most Spirited
  • Most Risqué 

11:30 AM - #FabulousFunRun Santa Strut takes off on a roughly 1-mile through West Hollwood.

1:00 PM - Event Ends - Drag Brunch continues at the Abbey Food + Bar (call to reserve your table!)

 

Holiday party for LGBT youth & allies (Ages 14-24). Alcohol & Tobacco-Free

Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner & Dance for LGBT Youth and Allies (Ages 14-24) 

Saturday June 29th, 2019 | 2:00 PM - 5:00PM

Mi Centro LGBTQ Community Center 

533 S. Clarence St.

Los Angeles, CA 90033

Friday June 14th, 2019 | 10AM-12PM

Disability Community Resource Center

12901 Venice Blvd. 

Los Angeles CA, 90066

 

Star View Children and Family Services PRESENTS the first ever Compton PRIDE Festival in the City of Compton at the Compton Community College Campus. Thousands of participants and spectators will turn Compton into a boisterous and loving sea of rainbow colors. This will be an exciting, family-friendly event. 2019 will mark the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the goal of the festival is “promoting the inclusion and support of LGBTQIA+ Compton PRIDE through art, entertainment, within a safe space.” 

Visit the weblink below for parking information and further details. 

 

Lecture sponsored by the California LGBT Arts Alliance in conjunction with the Varble Exhibit at the ONE Gallery, The Gutter Art of Stephen Varble: Genderqueer Performance in the 1970s, Photographs by Greg Day. 

Exhibit Curator David J. Getsy will provide a behind-the-scenes overview of the exhibition and of Stephen Varble’s life and work. Varble was antagonistic to commercialism and art’s institutions, and he stormed galleries, boutiques, and banks in glamorous gender-confounding costumes made from trash.

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