LGBTQ Events Calendar

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April 2019

Montrose Center: Super Gayla

April 27 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Ballroom at Bayou Place, 500 Texas Ave
Houston, TX 77002 United States
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Join us for one of the community's most fun events and help us end LGBTQ youth homelessness! All event proceeds support the Hatch Youth Rapid Rehousing Program. VIP Reception 6p | Doors Open 7p | Dinner & Show 7:30p After party to follow! Don't miss the fun! -Mix and mingle with 500+ community leaders and friends -Cocktails, wine, & champagne -Delicious dinner with inspiring program -International & local talent on stage Featuring Internationally Acclaimed and Local Talent! -Talented Vocalist and…

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May 2019

UH LGBTQ Resource Center: Red Dinner 2019

May 18 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
UH Alumni Center, 3204 Cullen Boulevard
Houston, TX 77004
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UH Red Dinner

Coming out as your authentic self is a journey for every person. For some it’s a moment of joy and celebration, but for too many UH students, there are unresolved questions and issues.  What are the consequences?  How will my friends and family react? What happens if I get cut off financially?  Every year, students request funding from the University through the UH LGBTQ Resource Center to help them offset the financial crisis brought on by coming out to their families.…

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June 2019

Montrose Center: Hatch Youth Prom

June 2 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Sunday, June 2 @ Numbers Nite Club, 7-11p Annual Prom for local LGBTQIA youth, benefiting Hatch Youth Dance, Stage Show with Door Prizes, Prom Court & Baskets More info to come!

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Pride Houston: Festival & Parade 2019

June 22
Downtown Houston Houston, TX 77002 United States + Google Map
Pride Summer of 69

Moving Mankind Forward! It was a summer of small steps and giant leaps. A summer of love in the midst of great trials. And it was the summer our story began– when Marsha P. Johnson and others stood firm against oppression and began the now infamous Stonewall Riots. This year, as we find ourselves battling the same familiar hate… we choose love in the midst of our own great trials. We celebrate integrity, individuality and each other. We are stardust,…

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