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    August 2016

    August 19-21, 2016
    Twin Oaks, VA
    Twin Oaks Women's Gathering
    Sisterhood. Renewal. Revolution!   Come join us for the 32nd annual Twin Oaks Women’s Gathering, August 19-21, 2016! The Gathering is a three day celebration where more than a hundred women gather to learn, explore and play together at beautiful Twin Oaks Community in Louisa, VA. Workshop themes will include DIY music, art, movement, sexuality, gender justice, positive relationship building, and more. In addition to scheduled performance spaces and workshops, there will also be lots of free time to network, drum, dance, meditate, strategize, roll around in the mud-pit and generally live it up with new and old friends at the Gathering. In a rustic, wimmin-loving environment. Sliding scale. <www.womensgathering.org>.

    Sunday August 21 @ 5:00 - 7:00 PM - And every 1st and 3rd Sunday each month
    Cville Community Bikes, 405 Avon St
    Women/Trans/Femme Bike Night
    Whether your ride needs help or you just want to learn some bike mechanics, if your gender doesn't align with normal masculinity: welcome to w/t/f night! This is for you! No one of masculine persuasion is excluded from this event, but we're committed to having some good queer fun, so disrespect will not fly. That means: no slurs, no intentional misgendering, no inappropriate questions, no transphobic (or homophobic or sexist, etc.) jokes... The usual masculinity is not the guest of honor here. It is not barred from entry, but it will be playing by our rules.


    September 2016

    Saturday September 17 @ 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Lee Park
    Charlottesville Pride Festival

    Fifth annual Charlottesville Pride Festival.  Check out Cville Pride for the most up to date information, calendar, vendor registration, performances, etc - http://cvillepride.org/5th-annual-cville-pride-festival/

    The free, day-long celebration of diversity and inclusion will include:

    • A huge children’s area, with a giant bouncy castle, crafts, balloon animals, face painting, more
    • A beer garden and food trucks
    • Over 70 interactive vendors selling Pride merchandise, hosting photo booths, offering free giveaways, sharing information and resources
    • Entertainment all day long – Music, dancing, drag, drums – Check out the performers!


    October 2016

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    November 2016

    Saturday November 12 @ 7:00 PM
    Paramount Theater
    Emma Willmann - United Nations of Comedy Tour
    We tried getting Emma Willmann to return to Charlottesville and finally she is coming back. Rated as one of New York's Top 10 Comics. Not just one the funniest lesbian comedians, but one of New York's TOP 10. She joins a star studded line up of today's hottest comics on the scene. Funnyman Skiba, Jason Andors, Antoine Scott, Alex Carabaño and Emma Willmann will light up the stage of the Paramount Theater on Saturday, November 12th.
    Tickets: Gen Admission - $38.25 and VIP $48.25
    Showtime at 8pm - Doors Open at 7p (6:45p for VIP)
    As usual, the VIP ticket provides you with Center Orchestra Seating, Caribbean Buffet by Pearl Island Caterers, Free Wine and a Live Concert Performance by the Robert Jospé Express.Held in the usual place, the Founders Lounge and after which head downstairs for the comedy show. Use the restroom first because you will laugh all night long!

    Ongoing

    First and Third Sundays @ 5:00 - 7:00 pm
    Cville Community Bikes, 405 Avon St
    Women/Trans/Femme Bike Night
    Whether your ride needs help or you just want to learn some bike mechanics, if your gender doesn't align with normal masculinity: welcome to w/t/f night! This is for you! No one of masculine persuasion is excluded from this event, but we're committed to having some good queer fun, so disrespect will not fly. That means: no slurs, no intentional misgendering, no inappropriate questions, no transphobic (or homophobic or sexist, etc.) jokes... The usual masculinity is not the guest of honor here. It is not barred from entry, but it will be playing by our rules. 


    Mondays @ 5:00 pm
    Washington Park
    LGBT Volleyball
    LGBT Volleyball.   Mondays evenings 5PM-dusk.   Washington Park lower level.  All skill levels.  http://coap.neocities.org/

    Wednesdays @ 7:00 pm
    AMF Keglers Lane - 335 Rivanna Plaza Dr., Charlottesville
    Rainbow Bowling
    All ages and skill levels welcome.  Just ask for the "Rainbow League" at the front desk, and they will tell you what lanes we are using.  $10 for three games.

    Fridays @ 2:15 - 3:15 pm
    TBD - see http://www.onourowncville.org/
    On Our Own - Queer Support Group
    On Our Own is a Peer Support Recovery Center for folks in the Charlottesville and surrounding counties dealing with mental health challenges.  We operate on the premise that anyone can get well and stay well.  We do recover!  We offer free groups and walk in peer support 6 days a week.  Our house provides a recovery oriented community full of hope and support.  We are a non-profite 501(c)3.  

    First Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm
    TJMC-UU
    First Wednesday GSA Potlucks at TJMC-UU
    1st Wednesdays Gay Straight Alliance/GSA potlucks at 6 p.m., the directions are: TJMC-UU 717 Rugby Road Charlottesville, VA 22903 in Summit House Room 2 (building adjacent to the small parking lot at the corner of Rugby Rd. and Wayside Pl.). See more info..

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