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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1985)
Two historic tours of the Portland area
have been scheduled by Po rtla nd
C om m unity CoNogo.
The firs t, a w alking to u r o f Po rtla nd ,
ta k e s p la c e on Sa turd a y, May 4. It w ill
begin at the Oregon Historical Society at
10 a m. and end at Union Station at ap
proxim ately 3:30 p.m. During the tour
particip ants w ill become acquainted
with the c ity's architectural evolution and
the m ajor historic changes which have
occurred in Portland over the past 100
A bus tour of Portland and vicinity
aim ed at revealing the geography and
history of the city and surrounding
countryside is scheduled for Saturda y,
M ay H . Students w ill travel by bus from the
Sylva nia Cam pus, 12000 SW 49th Avenue,
d eparting at 9:30 a.m. and returning at
4 :3 0 p.m. The tour w ill cover m aior Port
land neighborhoods, industrial, and
a g ricultura l areas.
Retired PCC history and geography in
structor Dr. Albert Ellsworth w ill lead both
tours. Tuition for each is $25 per person for
w hich participants earn one hour coUege
cred it in Geography 105. Each tour is fo l
low ed by a June slid e and lecture
For inform ation on these and other edu
ca tiona l tours through PCC contact Chris
Cach/ at the C ascade Cam pus, 283-2541.
The G ay Brid g e C lub, a rap and so
c ia l group for young adults 18 and up
m eets every Wednesday at the First Con
gregationa l Church on SW M adison and
Park at 7 :30 p.m. Use sid e entrance on
M adison. C a ll 244-3225 for more
W k K fflre , an under 21 rap and social
group, meets every Saturday at City
N ightclub. 624 S.W. 13th. Under 21
le sb ia ns, gay men and bisexuals are en
couraged to attend.
Le sb ia n and Gay Prid e *85 planning
m eetings are every Thursday. 7 :30 p.m.. at
M etropolitan Community Church, N.E.
24th and Broadway. We need your input
cepted through May 28. C a ll Sanford
Director. 222-5338 or 223-1679 for a p p li
cations and more information.
7:30 p.m. A $2.00 donation is requested.
C hild care is provided.
A series of events designed to help ac
tivists in their work opposing racism have
been scheduled by the Portland Demo
cratic So c ia lists of Am erica and National
DSA A nti-Racism Com m ission and
Associated Students of Portland State
May 17, at 8 p.m., an Information Panel
and Discussion, in Smith Center Rm. 296 at
M ay 18, a full day of analysis and d is
cussion. C a ll 282-1300 for more infor
and inform al discussion group for gay
men, meets regularly every Wednesday
evening at 7.00 p.m. in Room 229, Smith
Center, on the Portland State University
cam pus (S.W. Broadway at Montgomery
Street). The w ide range of topics has
included: com ing out, dealing with pa
rents and fam ily, form ing and m aintaining
ga y relationships, being gay on the job,
health, gays and politics, gays and re li
gion, our self-im age, gays and marriage,
alternative lifestyles, etc. G.M.T. has a
m inim um of organization: anyone is free
to drop in and out of the group as they
w ish. Th is is a great place to meet other
gay men in a friendly atmosphere and
share ideas and feelings on common
concerns and problem s.
W om an, W ealth and Pow er, a Judy
Hylton sem inar for women interested in in
vesting money, w ill take place Saturday,
M ay 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A fee of $35 includes m aterial, coffee
breaks, and parking.
For more information ca ll 235-3477
W ednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at
the First M ethodist Church, on SW 18th 8c
Jefferson, in the Education Building.
Newcom ers welcome.
Monday, May 20, 7 p.m. in Rm. 294,
Sm ith Center, PSU: A Lesb ia n
C om m unity m eeting to d iscuss the re
cent Multnomah County Com m ission ac
tion on the gay rights ordinance, and the
p o ssib ility of a refemdum. Come to get
„ inform ation and to plan strategy.
The Le sb ia n Busine ss Fa ir w ill show
case businesses end services in Portland
and beyond during the Lesb ia n Fo rum ,
Tuesdày, May 21,7 30 p.m. at Westminster
Presbyterian Church. 1624 NE Hancock.
To involve your business, ca ll Anita at
236-1607. The Lesbian Forum is wheel
chair-accessible. provides supervised
childcare, and requests a $2.00 donation.
The BIsexuaNty Exp lo ra tio n G roup
meets the second and fourth Monday of
each month, at O ld W ives Tales at 8 p.m.
in the Banquet Room.
The Le sb ia n Forum meets the third
Tuesday of each month to discuss issues of
im portance to lesbians. The Forum meets
at the W estm inster Presbyterian Church at
M o th e rlo d e and G e o f M org a n w ill be
perform ing on Saturday, May 18 at 8 p.m.
at 75 Lincoln Hall on the PSU campus. The
concert is a benefit for Performers and
A rtists for Nuclear Disarm am ent and
tickets are $6.00. Tickets are available at
A W om an's Place Bookstore, Artichoke
M usic and the PAND office at 2308 NW
Joan Armatradlng w ill appear the the
A riene Sc h n ltze r C oncert H a ll Sa tu r
day, M ay 31, a t 8 p.m .
Kathleen Fallon and Janet Peterson
of Motherlode w ill be perform ing at the
Nancy Vogl, May 10 a t MCC
O slund and C om pany/Dance w ill
perform its newest work, choreographed
by M ary O slund, in a concert including
pieces by Sara G rindle, Debordh M iller,
and Karen Nelson and A lita A lessi of Joint
Forces. O slund and Com pany and
Friend s, A Dance Performance, is a
concert of modem, im provisational and
new dance works, three of which are
perform ed to the live and taped original
m usic of Portland m usician/com posers
M ike Van Liew and Phil Royer.
A Dance Performance w ill be held
Frid a y and Saturday, M ay 10 and 11, at
8:00 p.m ., at Echo Theatre, 1515 S.E. 37th.
Tic ke ts w ill be $5 in advance, $6 at the
door. Th is project is funded in part by
grants from the Oregon Arts Com m ission
and the M etropolitan Arts Com m ission.
The Wallflower Order of Berkeley,
C a lifo rnia , presents the W allflow er Dance
Briga d e in a five-wom an dance dram a
presentation, entitled Resistance —
Love in a Bitter Time.
Tic ke ts are $5.00 in advance, $6.00 at
the door, and $4.00 for the alter-abled.
Tic ke ts are a va ila b le at Artichoke M usic,
C atbird Seat Bookstore, and A W om an's
Pla ce Bookstore.
The perform ance benefits Break
through Project on D isability.
7 p.m. $2.00 cover.
Nancy Vogl appears Saturday, May
18 at MCC.
Nan Collie and Kathleen Fallon of
Motherlode w ill be perform ing at the
Shan Carr, a local lesb ia n fem inist
com edienne, perform s M ay 19 lh at
Prim ary Dom ain at 8 p.m. Cover is $3.00.
Prim a ry Dom ain on Wednesday. May
22 at 7 p.m. $2.00 cover.
Terry Snowden. Pianist-C om poser w ill
be perform ing a piano recital on Friday,
M ay 17,1985 at 7 :30 p.m. at the M etropoli
tan Com m unlity Church of Portland at NE
24th and Broadway. The concert which
w ill be played on a seven foot Steinway
w ill feature the m usic of Bach, Mozart,
Debussy, Chopin, Scott Joplin and Terry
Snowden. The adm ission w ill be a dona
tion of any amount.
action starts at 8:30 p.m. Candy C arr w ill
emcee. 1033 NW 16th.
C inem a 21 prem ieres Jim Bla shfield 's
new anim ation film . Suspicious
Circumstances, plus The Mid-Torso of
Inez, and more. A ll seats $4.00. Showtim e
Prim a ry Dom ain on Tuesday, May 7th at
The recital w ill be follow ed by a recep
tion in the Social Hall.
O pen m ike night at the Prim a ry
D om ain, M ay 12. Sign up at 7 p.m. The
Pa re n ts FLAG meets the fourth
W ant to hike, backpack, ski, bicycle,
ka yak? Com e meet other "outdoors-
w om en" at the next meeting of the Fo re st
G roup (Fem inists of Oregon Really
Excited About Seeing Trees).
Bring your ideas for group outings to a
potluck meeting on May 10 at 6:30. Busi
ness m eeting at 7 :30. Group trip s
scheduled so far include - May 5, bicycle
rid e to Troutdale. Moderate. C a ll Amber
at 2 3 3 -9636 or 236-1377 M ay 11, bird
w alk. C a ll Delores at 282-6391. May 19,
b icyc le rid e at Cham poeg State Park.
Easy. C a ll Kathy Casson at 222-6034. ext.
4 6 7 or 538-9177. Juno 1. fu ll moon hike on
Mt. Hood. C a ll Ruth Se lid at 796-7061 or
It's Mr. Hunky tim e again. A kick-off
show happens Sunday. M ay 12. at
D a rc elle XV A pplications are being ac-
G .M .T. (G ay Men Together), an open
M ay 4 - June 8th. C a ll 221-1156 for more
The NW FMm Stud y C enter features
the 4th Annual W om en's Directors Series.
The series points up that w hile the number
of women in the com m ercial film industry
rem ains relatively sm a ll, a thriving com
m unity of independent m edia artists
grow s stronger world-wide. The film s and
videotapes in this series address various
aspects of womanhood (fem inism ,
rom ance, pornography, success, youth,
p o litics) with rich and varied perspectives
ra rely given m ainstream access.
Contem porary Women Directors runs from
N o rthw e st A rtists W orkshop w ill
present a m ulti-m edia installation by Port
land painter Lena Lencek and photogra-
p her/w riter G ideon Bosker in the M ain
G a lle ry from M ay 9 through May 30. Title d
The1-800 Museum and Psychomachia,
the exhib it w ill feature painting,
photography, thousands of telephones,
and w ill be accom panied by a sound
piece m ade from continuous loop tapes,
com posed by Randal D avis of Portland.
The grand opening exhibit of The
Q uestio n M ark O oBery, 1112 NW 21st
Ave., featuring w orks on canvas, wood,
paper, and g la ss, by M ichael X. King and
Eric Stotik, w ill run from M ay 3 to May 19.
G a llery hours w ill be 1 p.m. to 9 p.m ., Thurs
day through Sunday. A reception with the
a rtits w ill be held on Friday. May 3, at 7
The O ra ystone O oBery is featuring
d ra w ing s and m ixed m edia constructions
by Judith W yss through M ay 19.
The g a lle ry Is open Tuesdys through
Sundays. 10 a m . to 6 p.m.
J u st O ut. Mav 1985