Throw in womens tennis and you’ve really got your self a big gay weekend. Here’s a quick look at two must-see events Saturday.
Growing Up Gay in America
Understanding the pain of bigotry and discrimination
April 11, 2009 — 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Discussion begins at 10 a.m.)
Waldenbooks 1829 • Charleston Place • 120 Market Street • Charleston
Sean’s Last Wish and Borders are pleased to present Mitchell Gold, a successful businessman and editor of the book, CRISIS: 40 Stories Revealing the Personal, Social and Religious Trauma of Growing Up Gay In America.
This discussion is one that educators, social workers, church leaders and elected officials in the Charleston area will not want to miss.
Join us for the first annual
Hoe- Down Mountain
A benefit hosted by We Are Family
Bring your best cowboy or cowgirl
and learn to texas two-step (and more!) with private instructors…
Saturday, April 11th
$10 at the door
7 p.m. until…
$50 bar tab for best western costume
$25 bar tab for most improved dancer
hors d’oeuvres provided by Fuel
The Chart’s resident dj spinning
*We Are Family is a local non-profit working to provide resources, increase visibility and create a sense of community for lowcountry GLBT youth
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