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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1984)
Portland Lesbian Foium at 7 30 p.m. at
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1624 NE
Hancock. Childcare available, wheel
chair accessible. A $1 donation is
requested to defray costs. The Lesbian
Forum is a women-only event.
The West Street Gang shows Tuesdays
and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. at JR’s Cell,
300 NW 10th. Tickets are $5 at the door.
Doric Wilson's play revolves around
patrons of a gay bar under siege by a
gang of homophobes. Brown McDonald
Hollandia 45 is the Portland Women’s
Theater Com pany’s next production.
The com pany is hosting a potluck for wo
men interested in working off-stage on the
production at 6 p.m. at 4227 SE Mitchell.
Call Sara at 648-8413 or 234-9497.
Photo by Sherri Riggs
Barb Galloway and Kate Sullivan are
featured at 8:30 p.m. at Judy’s, 15th and
The fabulous Dyketones and the
wonderful Loose Wimmin star at Starry
Night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Located on 6th
Avenue, just off Burnside, Starry Night is
wheelchair accessible. The production
will be interpreted for the hearing
impaired. $5 cover charge.
Auditions for Summer Repertory On
stage will be held by appointment
March 24 and 25. Shows scheduled for
this seaosn include Sweeny Todd and
Scapino and two others. Call 226-3048 for
Windfire, support group for lesbian,
gay and bisexual youth meets at 2:30
p.m. in O ld Wives' Tales' banquet/
meeting room, 1300 E. Burnside.
25 _______ SUNDAY
Just Out is sponsoring a roller skating
party a t the Portland Skating Center,
Main and SE Union, theme Just Out at
the Rink from 5 pm to 7 pm. If enthu
siasm is high for the event it will happen
monthly. Cover is just $2.00. which
The Dyketones in concert with Loose Wimmin March 24 a t Starry Night.
includes skate rental. Proceeds benefit
Just Out. Everyone is encouraged to
Parents and Friends of Gays meets at
7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the First
Congregational Church, entrance
located on SW Madison St. near Park. The
meetings, held the fourth Wednesday
each month, offer accurate information
and time for parents to talk to others who
understand their feelings.
G ay M atos Together meets to dis
cuss issues which im pact he lives of gay
men a t PSU's Smith Center. Rm 229 at
Artichoke appears its final three days at
the Bonneville Power Auditorium. The
play, by Joanna Glass, will show at 8 p.m.
at Bonneville Power Auditorium through
Sunday. See March 16 listing.
Lisa Koch, the newest Dyketone,
performs at 8 p.m. at Judy’s, 15th and NE
Broadway. Cover charge $2.
William F. Buckley, Jr., noted conserva
tive columnist, television commentator
and author will debate former Iowa
senator Dick Clark at 8 p.m. at the Pacific
Athleic Center on the Pacific University
campus at Forest Grove. Presented by the
Tom Lawson McCall Politics and Law
Forum Debate, the debate topic is
"America's Future: Is Liberal Politics
Dead?" Tickets are $4 and available
through Meier & Frank.
Dr. David McWhirer and Dr. Andrew Matti-
son. authors of The Male Couple, will be at
A Woman's Place Bookstore, 2349 SE
Ankeny from noon-1 pm to autograph
copies of their book.
Drs. McWhirter and Mattison, sexolo
gists and a couple themselves, provide
an intimate yet objective look at the sex
ual, social, and psychological aspects of
m ale couples.
30 _________ FRIDAY
A benefif for the Cascade AIDS Pro
ject at Judy’s, 15th & NE Broadway.
Featuring a 60's theme entertainment will
include "lip synching" by Rosy Waters,
reigning Empress. Miss Oregon and Linda
Lee. They will be doing two shows, one at
8 pm and one at 10 pm. Harrison Pierce
will perform a one-act play that is cur
rently running off-Broadway in New York
between the two performances. A
spokesperson from the AIDS Foundation
will speak on the latest m edical informa
tion on AIDS. $3.00 cover.
That spicy Sister Tomato is back at
Judy’s. 15th and NE Broadway, from 8:30
to 11:30 p.m. Sister Tomato is an
all-wom an band which plays swing, hot
jazz, blues and originals. Be there or be
ketchup. Signed for the hearing impaired.
Cover charge $2.50. For work exchanges
call 231-4H7 or 775-1706.
Just O ut, M arch 16-March 30