What’s up– where, when, and who

The official 2017 Baltimore Pride Week is June 9th through 18th, and is almost upon us! It’s time to pull out your calendars and plan for a week packed with great events, offering something for everyone. Each of the events listed is an official 2017 Pride event, and a portion of the event proceeds goes to support Baltimore Pride. If you’re attending a free event, consider a small voluntary donation to support Baltimore Pride. All events listed are in Baltimore, unless otherwise noted.

It was a night of laughter, inspiration, and recognition, as more than 50 friends, family, and community members met at the Baltimore Eagle on Tuesday, May 16th to celebrate National Honor Our LGBT Elders Day.

Friday, May 26, 2017

May GLCCB Board Meeting Notes

The GLCCB board’s search for new boardmembers with significant management or non-profit experience was a major item of business at its May 16th meeting of the governing body of the GLBT Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland. The board reported they’ve received eight application, with several interviews scheduled. The board application is online on Facebook and being reposted regularly, and published in Baltimore OUTloud. The board is exploring the legalities of appointing a youth representative to the board, and already has a candidate interested in the position.

On June 2nd, the raunchy and most legendary Lady Bunny will be gracing Baltimore with her presence. She’ll be holding court at the G-A-Y Lounge (518 North Charles Street, Baltimore), and will perform two sets between 11:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m., with a half-hour intermission. Following will be a 30-minute meet-and-greet.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Drag Awards

On Saturday, May 27th, the Creative Alliance (3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore) will host the First Annual Baltimore Drag Awards. Think of it as the Academy Awards of Baltimore Drag. At 8 p.m. the red carpet will be rolled out for guests and awardees to arrive in their glamourous best. Black tie formal dress is encouraged.

Pennsylvania’s Harrisburg Gay Men’s Chorus celebrated 30 years of entertaining the community with a concert on May 20th at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. Founded in 1987, the organization is a member of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses which is made up of 170 LGBT choirs.


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