With a lineup that’s sure to rock, Interchange brings human dignity center stage to Bozeman, Montana. Here’s the fantastic schedule:
Wednesday, June 26th:
Women’s Voices for The Earth Presents “Unacceptable Levels”- Emerson Cultural Center 7:30pm, free
Thursday, June 27th:
Interchange Pre-Party 10pm-1am, BAR IX
Friday, June 28th:
Interchange Summit 5pm
Cocktails and Jazz (Leigh Lounge, MSU) 6:30-8pm
Electra Sexton’s Summer Meltdown! (MSU Ballroom) 8-10pm Zebra Afterparty with the B-Side Players- $6 at the door
Konfadense at Plonk! -free entry
Saturday, June 29th
Interchange Parade (Main Street) 11am-Noon
Rally and festival at the Bozeman Public Library 12:15pm
“Racism & Human Trafficking” Library Community Room, 1:15pm
“Scripture & Science & Sex- Oh, My!”, Library Community Room 2:45pm
Interchange Festival- featuring Chiddy Bang and SOL, Lindley Park 5-10pm Official After-Party featuring Ana Sia & Anavox, Zebra $12 at the door
Ampathy at Plonk!- free entry
Sunday June 30th
(catered by the Nova Cafe!) 9:30-11am Kiki Garden Party- Soroptomist Park
HIV testing will also be available throughout the weekend, provided by AIDS Outreach and Yellowstone AIDS Project. For more info, just click the Interchange logo above…. It’s gonna be awesome!
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If you’re looking for something to do Saturday evening, look no further!
Missoula Sips for Pride Foundation
Saturday, March 31 – 5:00-9:00 PM
Celebrate spring with Missoula’s LGBTQ and allied
community with a wine tasting and friend-raiser
hosted by Ten Spoon Winery!
Please RSVP by Thursday, March 29th
To RSVP or should you have any questions, please contact Caitlin Copple at 406-546-7017 or email@example.com
Posted in Activism, Fun Stuff, LGBT, Pride Foundation, Social Justice Tagged Caitlin Copple, equality, friendraiser, LGBT, March 31 2012, Missoula Montana, Montana, Pride Foundation, Saturday, support, Ten Spoon Winery, wine tasting
Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu, a rising Republican star, publicly admitted he was gay on Saturday, in order to combat accusations from a former boyfriend. He joins a long line of conservatives who came out of the closet only after scandal forced them to do so.Vodpod videos no longer available.
Posted in LGBT, politics, Social Justice Tagged Arizona, Coming Out, Dob Lemon, gay, immigration, mexican boyfriend, Mitt Romney, Paul Babeu, Pinal County Arizona, Republican, Saturday, United States