Pride weekend and all of its major festivities are past, but there are still many Pride month events to come. Come learn, enjoy, and have fun with events for everyone!

All events taking place at the GLCCB (2530 North Charles Street, Baltimore) are disabled accessible.

Friday, June 22nd

9:45 to 11:30 pm – film: The Misandrists, at SNF Parkway Theatre (5 West North Avenue, Baltimore). Bruce LaBruce’s newest transgressive film: When an injured male leftist on the run discovers the remote stronghold of a radical feminist terrorist group, one of the members takes pity on him and hides him in the basement. The man in the basement is one of many secrets threatening to disrupt the group’s mission from within. Tickets: $10 in advance, $11.50 door, at Mdfilmfest.com. 18-plus. Disabled accessible.

Saturday, June 23rd

8 to 10 am: Pansexual Pancake Breakfast – Applebee’s Towson (8610 LaSalle Road, Towson). Tickets include unlimited pancakes, sausages, coffee, and orange juice. Join in for games, conversations, and pan/polysexual Pride. 50/50 raffle will benefit Baltimore Pride / GLCCB and the LGBT Health Resource Center at Chase Brexton Health Care. Tickets: $10. More info at Bit.ly/2lkGfo4.

11 am to 4 pm: Queer Quilting Bee – an Invasive Queer Kudzu Workshop at School 33 Art Center (1427 Light Street, Baltimore). Join artist Aaron McIntosh to combine quilt-making, storytelling, and archiving to create leafy quilted fabric vines, adorned with stories that celebrate and make visible Southern queer culture from the past to the present day. No experience needed. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2MDU1hL. Disabled accessible.

12 to 2 pm: Beta Lambda Interest Meeting, at GLCCB. The Beta Lambda Chapter, newest chapter of the Beta Phi Omega Sorority, will hold a meet-and-greet for feminine lesbians of color. Free. RSVP to betalambdaintake@yahoo.com. More info at Bit.ly/2M12z1g. 18-plus.

1:30 to 3:30 pm and then 4 to 7 pm: film double feature – Beauty and the Beast and the documentary Howard, at SNF Parkway Theatre (5 West North Avenue, Baltimore). The Disney animated classic is shown at 1:30 pm, then at 4 pm comes the new documentary Howard chronicling the life and career of Baltimore-born Howard Ashman, the gay playwright and lyricist behind classics such as Beauty and the Beast and Little Shop of Horrors. Howard died in the early 1990s from AIDS. Tickets: $8 for one film, $14 for both, at Mdfilmfest.com. More info at Bit.ly/2MEgMCo. Disabled accessible.

6 to 9 pm: Presentation Party – The Queer Edition, at Kromer Hall (335 West 27th Street, Baltimore). Are you a self-taught expert on something queer? Do you miss preparing for presentation day in school? This is the party for you. This party invites you to present on a topic of your choice, TED Talk style. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2MF9oqz. Disabled accessible but limited first-floor access. Outreach.

7 to 10 pm: GAYme of Thrones: A Burlesque of Bras and Jockstraps, at The Nest at the Baltimore Eagle (2022 North Charles Street). “Game of Thrones”-themed burlesque show. The most cunning, raunchiest, sexiest, and clever talent battle to take the throne! Two raffles and vendors. Tickets: $10 (general advance) and $12.50 (general door). $25 VIP (advance) tickets include front-row seating, swag bag and two raffle tickets. More info at Bit.ly/2M5P3t1. 18-plus.

7 to 8:30 pm: Songs of Peace and Justice – Baltimore Men’s Chorus summer concert and silent auction, at First Unitarian Church of Baltimore (1 West Hamilton Street). Celebrate the chorus’s 33rd season with music in many languages and from many cultures with the theme of peace and justice. Silent auction. Tickets: $10 advance, $15 door, at Bmcjusticesaturday.brownpapertickets.com. Student and senior discounts available, with folks 12 and under admitted free. More info at Bit.ly/2JVSphS.

Sunday, June 24th

2 to 5 pm: The Queerbook – Baltimore Shoot, at GLCCB. All LGBTQ performers are invited to have their photo taken for this photo project by queer photographer Chris Jay, intended to include photos of such performers all over the country, to show the scope of variety of entertainment in the community. Cost: suggested donation of $25 to $50 (donation not required to be photographed). Cash and credit cards only. Edited digital images made available via Thequeerbook.com (no physical prints). More info at Bit.ly/2lhIGYr. Outreach.

2 to 3 pm: workshop: Understanding Naloxone, presented by the Charm City Sisters, at GLCCB. Your favorite local activist drag nuns discuss how to use naloxone (Narcan), the medication that can counter the effects of an opioid overdose. Harriet Smith, of the Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition, talks about how you can fight against overdose deaths. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2t92Zf0.

4 to 5:30 pm: panel discussion – LGBT Perspectives on HIV Long-term Survivors, at GLCCB. In 2018, we often hear messages from our local health departments and HIV services organizations that are focused on “ending AIDS” and “getting to zero,” and science has made great strides in making those goals a potential reality. In solely focusing on eliminating HIV / AIDS, we neglect to include our long-term survivors, leaving those living longest with HIV feeling isolated and left behind. Long-term survivors and those that have cared for them will share their unique perspectives on a disease that changed an entire generation. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2tr6w7V.

5 to 7 pm: Songs of Peace and Justice: Baltimore Men’s Chorus summer concert at St. Vincent de Paul Church (120 North Front Street, Baltimore). Brownpapertickets.com/event/fb/3444739

Monday, June 25th

6 to 7:30 pm: workshop: Gender vs. Sexuality, at GLCCB. Learn about the terms that unify and define the same-gender loving / sexual and gender-minority community. What is gender? What is sexuality? What is the difference and why is it important? Presenter Tarryn Torn is a queer non-binary artist, activist, educator. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2LZS3r5. Outreach.

8 to 9 pm: workshop: PrEP for Pride, at GLCCB. Charm City Sisters, your favorite local activist drag nuns, discuss prevention of HIV transmission with PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis). Baltimore City Health Department health workers talk about how to have healthy sex and stay safe while doing it. Free. More info at Bit.ly/2K2Nzm9.

Wednesday, June 27th

6:30 to 8 pm: Town Hall Meeting on HIV Prevention and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), at the Waxter Center (1000 Cathedral Street, Baltimore). Hosted by AIDS Action Baltimore. Dinner and HIV testing will be available. Free. RSVP to baltoaids@aol.com to help with planning. 18-plus. Disabled accessible.

7 to 10 pm: Pride Night at Camden Yards at Oriole Park (333 West Camden Street, Baltimore). Join the GLCCB for LGBT Pride Night at Camden Yards. Ticket packages include a ticket to the game and an O’s pride cap, with a portion of the ticket proceeds benefiting Moveable Feast, serving food to people with HIV/AIDS and other illnesses. Tickets $35-$45; or $70 for VIP tickets, including bar package.

Saturday,

June 30th

8 pm to 2 am: Hip Hop Night / New Faces of Maryland – Pride Edition, at Ziascoz Bar-Lounge (1313 East Pratt Street, Baltimore). There’s $25 cash prize and you perform the following month. Finals in December. You may be a male or female impersonator, however, you may not have previously been a titleholder to compete. Crowd votes for winner. Limit is up to five minutes. Cover: $7. Contest entry: Free. More info at Bit.ly/2tm5zxg. 21-plus.

1 to 4 pm: Pride Luncheon 2018, at My Dad’s Kitchen (510 Monkton Road, Hereford). Not just food, but speakers and an LGBT panel, answering questions about what it’s like to be a part of the LGBT community. Tickets: $15 at Bit.ly/2tjGqDz. More info at Bit.ly/2I1wzYx. Disabled accessible.

Sunday, July 1st

2 to 3:30 pm: workshop: The Misinterpretation of Holy Scripture causing the “infected” and “affected” syndrome of LGBT people of faith, at GLCCB. Hosted by Truth and Love Fellowship. Free. Outreach.

4 to 6:30 pm: workshop – Queer Faith Leaders Roundtable, at GLCCB. Join queer-identified clergy and lay leaders to discuss the dynamics of faith communities at various stages of welcoming, including, affirming and embracing LGBTQ people, queer ways of viewing faith, and more. Hosted by the Interfaith Fairness Coalition. Free.

Visit the events page at BaltimorePride.org and their Facebook page at Facebook.com/BaltimoreLGBTQPride to find more events that are added almost daily! When posting on social media, be sure to use the hashtags #UnitedWeShine, #BaltimorePride, and #GLCCB! Happy Baltimore Pride!

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