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• Weekly: Lambda Weekly every Sunday at 1 p.m. on 89.3 KNON-FM. This week’s guests are Leslie McMuraay and Katie Sprinkle; United Black Ellument hosts discussion on HIV/AIDS in the black community (UBE Connected) at 7 p.m. every fourth Tuesday of the month at 3116 Commerce St., Suite C; Core Group Meeting every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m.; Fuse game night every Monday evening except the last of the month at 8 p.m. at the Fuse space in the Treymore Building, 4038 Lemmon Ave, Suite 101; FuseConnect every Wednesday from 7 p.m. For more information call or e-mail Jalenzski at
214-760-9718 ext 3 or Jalenzski@myresourcecenter.org.
• Aug. 19: Cabaret & Cabernet
Sammons Center for the Performing Arts, 3630 Harry Hines Blvd., presents Cabaret & Cabernet, featuring emcee Tracy Fulton along with Denise Lee, Linda Petty, The Larry Petty Combo, Teddy and Lorena Davey, Jay Gardner, WT Greer, Sheran Goodspeed Keyton, Keran Jackson, LaLa Johnson, Carolyn Lee Jones, Shelley Kenneavy, Pam Musgrove and Diana Savage. Wine tasting at 7:30 p.m., performances at 8 p.m. Admission is $400 for a table of eight; $300 for a table of six, available by calling 214-520-7788 and online at bit.ly/CabaretAndCabernet.
• Aug. 19: DFW Federal Club Mixer
August mixer from 6-8 p.m. at Oak Cliff Social Club, 238 W. Davis St.
• Aug. 20: Flame Games Gaybingo
Monthly fundraiser for Resource Center takes place 6-9 p.m. the third Saturday
of the month at Rose Room at S4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road. Doors open at 5 p.m. For more information, call 214-540-4458 or email Bscott@myresourcecenter.org.
• Aug. 21: Holocaust survivor speaks
If you have never heard survivors tell their stories, this is your chance at 12:30 p.m. at Dallas Holocaust Museum, 211 N. Record St #100.
• Aug. 25: Pineywoods Voice
LGBTQIA support group meets at 6:30 p.m. at Special Health Resources of Tyler, 1300 Clinic Drive, Tyler.
• Aug. 25: Trivia Night
North Oak Cliff Branch Library hosts Trivia Night at Barbara’s Pavilion, 325 Centre St., with prizes for the winners. For information email NorthOakCliff@DallasLibrary.org.
• Aug. 25-26: Sister Helen Holy
Sister Helen Holy headlines her own benefit show for Legacy Counseling Center saving sinners at 7 p.m. at the Sammons Center for the Arts, 3630 Harry Hines Blvd. $45-100 plus sponsorship opportunities. HelenHoly.com.
• Aug. 26: Back-to-School fundraiser for Youth First
Resource Center’s Young Professionals Advisory Council hosts a special “after-work recess” to raise funds for the upcoming school year to benefit Resource Center’s Youth First program, featuring DJ Brandon Moses, Stoli cocktails and light bites. 6-9 p.m. at 1626 Hi Line Drive, #C. For information email email@example.com or visit MyResourceCenter.org/ypac.
• Aug. 27: Austin Festival and Parade
Festival at Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse E. Segovia St., Austin. Parade starts at the state Capitol.
• Aug. 27: Dallas Streetcar ribbon cutting
Grand opening party for the Dallas Streetcar extension to Bishop Arts from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
• Aug. 30: Welcome Back to School: The Reality for Transgender Students
GALA North Texas presents a free event for educators. Leslie McMurray moderates a panel Children’s Hospital’s Ximena Lopez, M.D., Equality Texas’ Steve Rudner, Ryan Smith, parent of a trans child, Lambda Legal’s Paul Castillo, Trans educator Oliver Blumer and Trans-Cendence founder Finn Jones. From 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Conference Center Section E, C-105 at Collin College Preston Ridge Campus, 9700 Wade Blvd., Frisco.
• Aug. 31: Black Tie 30-Day Countdown
Black Tie Dinner counts down to its big event at MG+BW Showroom, 4519 McKinney Ave.
• Sept. 2-5: Splash Days
Splash Days, the annual Labor Day end-of-summer LGBT swim party in Austin, qill feature a full lake, new events and new venues, with a Friday welcome party, a special guest performer on Saturday night and a Monday T Dance. Tickets are on sale now at discounts of up to 15 percent from at-the-door prices. Throughout July, buy three passes and get a fourth of equal or lesser value free. For information or to purchase tickets, visit SplashDays.com.
• Sept. 4: Broadway Brunch
Leslie McDonel performs to benefits AIDS Services of Dallas. VIP meet-and-greet at 11:30 a.m., brunch at 12:15 p.m. and performance at 1:30 p.m. at Texas Discovery Gardens in Fair Park.
• Sept. 9: Business Equality Conference ’16
North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce presents conference to network with other business professionals from around the state, attend breakout sessions and hear remarks from a national speaker on diversity from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at UNT Dallas College of Law, 1901 Main St.
• Sept. 10: North Texas Pride Festival
North Texas Pride Festival will be held from 1-8 p.m. at the Louisiana Street Grill, 350 E. Louisiana St., in downtown McKinney. There will be vendor booths, kids’ activities and dancing. For information visit NorthTexasPride.org.
• Sept. 10: Turtle Creek monthly clean up
Join Turtle Creek Association’s monthly clean-up of the shores of Turtle Creek. Meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Beasley steps at Hall Street and the Katy Trail. firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Sept. 15: East Texas Stonewall Democrats
Election planning and talking points will be discussed at the new group’s first meeting in Ben Wheeler.
• Sept. 16: Band Against Cancer
Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute and Medical Center present Band Against Cancer: The Sarah Cannon Tour, featuring Martina McBride and friends, with special guests Thompson Square, Cassadee Pope and Hudson Moore. At Verizon Theatre, 1001 Performance Place, Grand Prairie.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Purchase tickets, ranging from $34.75-$125, at Verizon Theatre box office, online at AXS.com or by phone at 888-929-7849.
• Sept. 16: After Dark
Drinks, divas and desserts with wine
tastings and dessert stations benefiting the Turtle Creek Chorale from 8-11 p.m.
at 3015 at Trinity Groves. $75. TurtleCreekChorale.com/after-dark.
• Sept. 16-24: Pride Performing Arts Festival
Uptown Players hosts its fifth annual arts festival for Pride with plays, including two world premieres from the company’s first-ever Pride Write Play Writing Competition, a staged reading and cabaret acts. Kalita Humphries Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. UptownPlayers.org.
• Sept. 17: Pride and Fabulous Gaybingo
Monthly fundraiser for Resource Center takes place 6-9 p.m. the third Saturday of the month at Rose Room at S4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road. Doors open at 5 p.m. For more information, call 214-540-4458 or email Bscott@myresourcecenter.org.
• Sept. 17: Teen Pride
Teen Pride: A Celebration for All, for LGBTQ youth ages 13-19, takes place from 2-7 p.m., at Oak Lawn United Methodist Church,
30145 Oak Lawn Ave. Includes youth speakers, an open mic, culture show-and-tell, a live game show, free food, an art competition (email email@example.com for details), entertainment, prizes, hames and more. Admission is free for LGBTQ youth and allies, with a suggested $5 donation for adults accompanying youth. For information call 469-666-REAL or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Sept. 18: Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade
Steps off at 2 p.m. at Cedar Springs Road at Wycliff Avenue. The route continues down Cedar Springs to Turtle Creek Blvd., then west to Maple Ave.
• Sept. 18: Festival in the Park
Following the parade, the festival takes place in Reverchon Park, 3500 Maple Ave.
• Sept. 18: Family Pride Zone
A safe space for LGBT parents and their kids from noon-8 p.m. in Reverchon Park, 3500 Maple Ave. $5. Children under 13 free.
• Sept. 18: Peace Day Dallas
The Dallas Holocaust Museum observes International Day of Peace with three Holocaust survivors speaking. Max Glauben at 11 a.m., Fred Stauss at 1 p.m. and Jack Repp at 3 p.m. at 211 N. Record St.
• Sept. 21: Gertrude Stein and Allen Ginsburg LGBT Pride Reading
Pandora’s Box Poetry Showcase presents queer poets reflecting on ecstasy, rage, woundedness, ferocity, bravery, affection and erotic marvels at 8 p.m. at the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas, 5601 Sears St.
Sister Helen Holy presents the 701 Club to save sinners while raising money for Legacy Counseling Center at 7 p.m. on Aug. 25-26 at the Sammons Center for the Arts, 3630 Harry Hines Blvd. Tickets range from $45-100 at HelenHoly.com. Why the 701 Club? Because her fans know she’s just a little bit better than Pat Robertson. (Photo courtesy of Helen Holy)
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 19, 2016.