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tend. W orkshop is a benefit for the NW
W om en's Sp iritua lity Network. For more in
form ation or work exchange: 241-2853.
Honey Bee and the Stingers perform
at the Prim a ry Dom ain, 8:00, $3 cover.
Grotto. From 8.00 pm to 1:00 am,
Anderson w ill be playing the piano and
w ill be accom panied by local singers.
Prepare yourself for a lively discussion
on Lesbian S/M at the Lesbian Forum,
in the Great Hall of W estminster Presbyte
rian Church, 1624 NE Hancock, 7:30 p.m.
The Lesbian Forum is a women-only
event, offers free supervised childcare
and is w heelchair accessible. A $2.00
suggested donation helps defray costs.
Portland's only non-profit fem inist book
store, A W om an's Place, is celebrating its
13th year in business with an autograph
ing party and reading by acclaim ed au
thor Lee Lynch.
Lee Lynch is the author of Toothpick
House. Old Dyke Tales, and the Swash
buckler. Her monthly colum n, Am azon
Tra il, is printed locally in Just Out and is
syndicated in other papers throughout the
The autographing party w ill be at A
W om an's Place at 2349 SE Ankeny from
1-3 p.m. A ll of Lynch's novels w ill be a va il
a b le for autographing and refreshments
w ill be served.
At 6:30 Lynch w ill do a reading from her
w orks in the banquet room of O ld W ives
Ta le s Restaurant, 1300 E. Bumside. A do
nation is requested.
D ivine, star of cult cla ssic s Pink
Flamingos, Polyester, Lust in the Dust
and Female Trouble w ill appear live on
The C ity Nightclub presents the 8th
annual Sweethearts Ball and show fea
turing the introduction of the 1986 candi
dates for Rosebud and Thom. Doors open
10 p m , show at midnight. The City Night
club, 6 2 4 S.W. 13th, Portland. For informa
tion c a ll 224-C ITY.
M em bers of Do Jum p Movement
Th e a tre d isp la y their diverse back
grounds, sk ills and talents in Collage, a
Eight women dancers com bine mime,
m artial arts, ballet, trapeze, gym nastics,
modem and South Am erican dance
form s, powerful com pelling images. See
stage at Starry Night at 8:30 p.m.
Recently, Divine has released an
album and done m usic videos for I’m So
Beutiful, Walk Like A Man, and Hard
Tickets are $10.50 in advance.
Susa n A rrow and The Q uivers, at
East Avenue Tavern, with special guest
a rtists — BETA SITE (techno-folk music).
Divine appears live on stage at Starry
pendent features of recent years, Desert
Hearts, based on the novel by Jane Rule,
at 7 p.m. Set in Reno in the '50s, Desert
Hearts follow s an uptight 35-year-old En
g lish professor as her emotions unravel in
the face of a six-w eek "q u ic kie divorce''
and an encounter with a young woman
who w orks in a local casino.
Rem arkable for its winning perform
ances and sensitive treatment of subject
m atter seldom addressed with honesty or
artistry in the movies. Desert Hearts is re
freshing in its story of two women fa lling in
love and experiencing sexual passion.
Show ing at the Northwest Film 8t Video
Center in the 9th Portland International
Film Festival. The Festival runs February
20-M arch 9,1986.
C a ll the Center at 221-1156 for ticket in
form ation and /or a com plete Festival
Desert Hearts, based on a Jane Rule novel, plays at the Northwest Film and Video
Do Jum p's first in-house choreographers'
show case at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday,
February 14 and 15 at Echo Theatre, 1515
SE 37th. General adm ission is just $5.
C hild ren and seniors are adm itted for $3
each. Reservations may be made by
c a llin g 231-1232.
St. Valentine s Day Party at Prim ary
V alentine’s Dance for Gay Women
Sponsored by the Portla nd Professional
O rg aniza tion o f Women Friendly
House, 2617 N.W. Savier. $5 non-members,
$3 m em bers, B.Y.O.B.
Just Out, February, 1986
Com e and hear our new mystery bass
player. $3 cover.
Ra d ic a l Women Meeting to com
mem orate Black History Month, at 6:30
p.m. at the Multnomah County Central
Library, 801 S.W. 10th Avenue. Everyone is
welcom e. For more inform ation, call
249-8067. W heelchair accessible.
N orthw est Film and Video Center
presents one of the most attractive inde-
Support Take Back the Night and
Ragtim es newspaper by attending a
Spaghetti Feast. Just $5.
Both vegetarian sauce and meat
sauce w ill be served. Live Entertainment
w ill be provided by the Women's M usi
cians Network at Riches' Delicatessen,
430 N.E. G lisan at Grand Ave.
For more information, ca ll 232-3842.
O ve re a te r’s Anonym ous (O.A.) — for
gay men is now m eeting every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Live and Let
Live C lub on 2403 SE Ankeny. OA is a
se lf-he lp program for men and women
with eating disorders (obesity, anorexia,
and bulim ia). The program is based on
A lcoholics Anonymous. If you would like
m ore inform atin regarding O.A., this
m eeting, or if you would be interested in
esta b lishing an O.A. meeting for lesbians,
p lea se contact either Kay, 236-6710 or
Tom , 222-5194.
G M T (Gay M ales Together), a non
m em bership gay support group, meets
W ednesday nights, from 7:15-9:30 at Port
land State University's Sm ith Hall in room
229. Spend a relaxing evening meeting
good people, good conversation, some
laughs, and dealing with problem s and
experiences that confront gay, b i, and
Fo r Losbkm s w ith llfo -thre a to nlng
Illn e ss , an on-going w eekly peer support
group meeting on Thursday nights at 7
p.m . For more inform ation ca ll Za ne/
The Bise xua lity Exp lo ra tion G roup
m eets the second and fourth M onday of
each month, at O ld W ives Ta le s at 8 p.m.
in the Banquet Room.
The Gay Bridge C lub, a rap and so
Joe Anderson is sponsoring a benefit for
Northwest Gender A lliance (NWGA). It w ill
be in the O utrigger Room at the Fish
c ia l group for young adults 18 and up.
m eets every W ednesday at the First Con
grega tiona 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 infor