Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, June 01, 1985, Page 9, Image 9

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G ay Pride
Events Schedule
June 14
"Lesbian Nuns: Breaking the Silence."
Authors will b e on hand for a discussion
of the book. 8 p.m., PSU, Lincoln Hall.
Room 75. Free ($1.00 Donation).
Romanovsky & Phillips a t the Embers
Ave. $5 cover. W idely a c c la im e d
m usicians/com edians from S.F.
Saturday, June 15
Lesbian and G ay Pride M arch and
Rally. Assemble 11:00 a.m. to noon a t
North Park Blocks (NW Couch and
Park) a n d proceed to Tom M cC all
Park (waterfront). M arch begins a t
noon. Rally begins at 1:00 p.m. a t Tom
M cC all Park.
Sun., June 16
W indfire Benefit — Variety Show, two
shows 1:30 p.m. a n d 3:30 p.m. D arcelle
XV, 208 NW 3rd, $5.00. No liquor.
M CC — S pecial Father's Day Service
with the Portland G ay Men's Chorus,
6:00 p.m.. M etropolitan Community
Church, NE 29th and Broadway, base­
m ent entrance.
Tuesday, June 18
Lesbian Forum, 7:30 p.m., Westminister
Presbyterian Church, NE 16th an d Han­
cock, $2.00 cover, childcare available.
W ednesday, June 19
Nude Photography Show — Special
wine a n d cheese reception for G ay
Pride. 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.. Photographic
Im age G allery, 208 SW 1st.
This year’s Lesbian and Gay Pride C o m ­
m ittee has planned a m arch and rally that will
be “Alive with Pride in ’8 5 ” for Saturday, June
15th. M archers will assem ble in the North
Park Blocks (Couch and Park, N W ) and be­
gin at 12:00 noon on a route down Stark
Street, ending up at T o m McCall Waterfront
Park, w here the rally and celebration will be­
gin at 1.00 PM. T he rally will include speakers
and entertainers, as well as booths providing
inform ation, T-shirts, food, and more.
This year’s speakers include Valerie
Terrigno, lesbian m ayor of the newly created
city o f West Hollywood, Califonia. Ms.
Terrigno received the m ost votes in a field of
4 0 candidates and was chosen by her city
council m ate to be the first openly lesbian
m ayor o f an Am erican city.
T h e rally will truly be an entertainm ent
event, with perform ances by the Portland Gay
M e n ’s Chorus, local folk rocker Kate Sullivan,
and Rom anovsky and Phillips, the accom p­
lished m u sical/co m ed y do from San
Francisco.
T h e focus of the Lesbian and Gay Pride
Saturday, Ju n « 22
A G ay Day in the Park, Picnic to ce le ­
b ra te G ay Pride. 12:00 noon to 6.00
p.m .. Overlook Park — Free — bring
your ow n p ic n ic basket.
G ay Softball
A lberta Park.
League
Tournament,
Sunday, June 23
Annual Stonewall Run. Sponsored by
the Portland Frontrunners, 10 K run —
aw ards for top m ale a n d fem ale fin­
ishers, 2 m ile Fun Run, 9:30 a.m., Duni-
w ay Park, $7.00 entry fee.
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celebration is to bring attention to the tre­
m endo us variety of events, functions, and
services available within our com m unity. The
m o n th of June offers a cornucopia of special
events, and efforts will be m ade to publicize
regular weekly and m onthly events as well.
Special events in June include the m arch and
rally, a 10th Anniversary Dignity Service, a
S tem w heeler cruise, a W indfire benefit show
at Darcelles, M C C ’s Father's Day Service with
the Chorus, a Gay Day in the Park, the annual
Stonewall Run, various forums, workshops,
discussions, and receptions, and the tradi­
tional candlelight vigil. And on June 28th, the
Portland Gay M e n ’s Chorus will appear with
the L A Chorus at the Arlene Schnitzer C o n ­
cert Hall.
This year, the spirit of celebration and pride
typically present at the m arch and rally p ro m ­
ises to start early and last the whole month.
Individuals or organizations wanting m ore in­
form ation about events, booth rentals at the
rally, float entries in the m arch, as well as
those willing to volunteer as monitors should
call M ark at 233 -1 169.
C a nd le lig ht V igil — Traditional end to
Lesbian an d G ay Pride Celebration.
Time tb a (3:00 to 11:00 p.m.). Pioneer
Square.
Friday, June 28
Portland G ay Men s Chorus. Special
a p p e a ra n c e by the L.A. G ay Men's
Chorus, 8:00 p.m., Arlene Schnitzer
C oncert Hall, $8.00 an d $12.00.
Saturday, June 15
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Assemble at
North Park Blocks (NW Couch and
Park)
12:00 noon, M arch begins. Proceeds
up to 13th St., across Burnside to Stark,
dow n Stark to Tom M cC a ll Park (W ater­
front Park).
1 00 p.m.. Rally begins.
___________ MAIN SPEAKERS___________
V alerie
Terrigno —
Mayor.
West
Hollywood, C alifornia
First m ayor of newly cre a te d city of West
Hollywood
First lesbian m ayor of an A m erican city.
Arm istad M aupin — Author a n d speaker
G ifte d speaker an d ce le b ra te d author of
"Tales of The C ity" an d others.
G ary M acD onald — AIDS Lobbyist in
W ashington DC a n d native Portlander.
___________ENTERTAINMENT___________
Portland G ay Men's Chorus — w ill perform
several numbers to ce le b ra te G ay
Pride.
Romanovsky a n d Philips — N ationally a c ­
c la im e d
m usical
and
com edy
entertainers.
Kate Sullivan— Portland's own vibrant folk
rocker.
Rosetown Ramblers
Also — other lo ca l groups a n d performers.
______________ BOOTHS______________
M any organizations w ill offer inform ation,
t-shirts, food, a n d m ore at the rally.
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OREGON SUMMER
Marcia Meyer
"HER STYLE .IS SERENE AND
INTROSPECTIVE, WITH A FEELING
AKIN TO THAT OF CALIFORNIA
PIANIST GEORGE WINSTON.”
-Neal Hall, The Sun
"OREGON SUMMER IS SOOTHING, ATMOSPHERIC;
A MATURE PIECE OF WORK THAT RANGES FROM THE
PLAYFUL TO THE EVOCATIVE."
-Tom Harrison, The Province
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