Wednesday, September 9, 2009

This week's announcements: Dancing, lunching, politicking and more

Want to get on the bus for the National Equality Ride in Washington D.C. on October 10th and 11th? To sign up, e-mail LGBTequalityNow(at) Donations are also being accepted to help cover transportation costs for people with low incomes.

Tonight is the premiere of PRIDE, a weekly 18 and older queer dance night at Madison Avenue, 624 University Ave. Featured DJs are OCD Automatic and Vinnie Toma. There is a cover charge.

Tomorrow is a meeting of the Rainbow Connection, a group for LGBT folks with mental health issues. Rainbow connection will meet from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Outreach LGBT Community Center, 600 Williamson Street.

Friday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. is a meeting of the Madison Transgender Social/Support Group at OutReach. Call 255-8582 for details.

The 16th Annual Iowa Women's Music Festival is just a couple days away, Friday & Saturday, September 11 &12 in Iowa City – which is in Iowa, folks. Performers include Michelle Shocked and Queer Queen of Comedy Poppy Champlin. For more info:

We women have a lot going on this weekend. Women 4 Women, a social group for all women who love women no matter what they label ourselves, gathers from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. For details, call OutReach at 608-255-8582 or email Donna at DW65(at)

This Saturday night is Women Who Want to Dance at Club 5, 5 Applegate Court, in Madison. Open dance floor from 7-9:30 p.m. and free Women Who Want to Dance t-shirts while supplies last.

Retired Older Lesbians Lunch, or ROLLers, is next Tuesday, Sept. 15, 12:30 pm at TALULA, 802 Atlas Ave., north off Cottage Grove Road just east of US51/Stoughton Rd. You may want to take a route that avoids the Monona Drive construction project.

If you missed any details of these announcements, don’t despair. You can find them on our blog at or on our Facebook page.

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