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The com plete festival schedule w ill be
a va ila b le in early February and w ill ap
pear as a special insert in the Sunday.
February 16 Oregonian. C all the Center
office for additional festival information
and a copy of the schedule, 221-1156.
P U B LIC
Colonel Red I, a film about Alfred Redl,
a high-ranking m ilitary com mander of the
Austro-Hungarian Em pire, d eta ils his
m ystery-shrouded suicide in Vienna in
1913. Re d 'ls suicide prom pted rumors of
treason, espionge, b la c km a il, and sexual
d up licity at a tim e when the political and
cultural tensions within the Em pire were
setting the stage for the cataclysm of
W orld W ar I.
Colonel Redl plays through February
14 at the G uild Theater.
W in d flre meets at the Justice Center.
14th floor, at 7:00 p.m. every Thursday. 1111
SW 2nd, and at O ld W ives Tales, 2:30
p.m ., every Saturday. Comer of E. Burnside
and S.E. 13th Ave.
PW A (Person with A ID S/A RC ) Supp ort
Group. Th is inform al group includes
PWA's, and significant others. There is no
agenda and the meetings are unstruc
tured. Th is is a safe, supportive space for
PWA's. C a ll 223-5907 for tim e & place.
Portland's Gay Games II committee
meets Saturday, February 15th at the
P rim a ry D om ain. Com petition for Gay
G am es II this August in San Francisco w ill
be held in many sports. For more inform a
tion. c a ll Dan at 777-8309.
Ongoing Losblan Thera py Supp ort
G roup meets. For more inform ation, call
Am ple O pportunity, committed to the
health, happiness, and self-acceptance
of fat women, sponsors physical activities
for fat women only from b elly dancing to
volleyb a ll. Currently, Am ple Opportunity is
sponsoring sw im m ing, on Tuesdays and
Thursdays, from 7:45-8:45 p.m. at Buck-
man Pool, S.E. 16th and Stark, Portland. Fat
women only, $2.00 per session.
Colonel Redi plays at the G uild Theater.
Laney Kike l at 234-5124.
Saturday, February 22nd. the Women
M usicia ns Netw ork meets again! Per
form ers, producers and others interested.
Bring your songs, your ideas, your instru
m ents, a nd /o r a potluck dish. Brunch
starts at noon. C a ll 234-7080 for more
Rose C o urt Meeting, 7:30, February 3
at Sile nt Partners, 1810 NW Lovejoy. Guest
Speaker Rex Hallonay from C ounselling
Center for Sexual M inorities (CCSM) w ill
speak on the history and the future of
Fe m inist Gay Men: Here's a chance to
meet men like yourself and to discuss is
sues from a fem inist perspective. Our
potluck and discussion group meets the
third Saturday of each month at 7 p.m.
Please ca ll 233-4148 for location
The regular monthly meeting of the Ore
gon chapter of Am erican A theists, w ill
be on Tuesday, February 11 at 7 p.m. in
m eeting room E at the Central Library at
the comer of SW 10th and Taylor. After a
b rie f business and organizational meet
ing, a videotape of Atheist Forum with
Am erican Atheist founder M adalyn Mur
ray O 'Hair w ill be shown. A discussion of
Ms. O 'H a ir's presentation w ill follow. C all
Tom at 287-6735 for details.
c a ll Phoenix Rising at 223-8299.
Not only are most film s not made in
Hollyw ood — most of the best aren't. Rec
ognition of this takes special focus
February 20 through March 9 as the
N orthw est Film & Video C enter s
(NW FVC ) 9th annual invitational survey of
new w orld cinem a unfolds in the Ninlh
Po rtla n d International Film Festival.
Out of the forty film s offered, Just Out
e sp e c ia lly suggests: Hannah and Her
Sisters (USA), February 20 at the Fox
Theatre, 8:30 p.m., Sotto, Sotto (Italy),
Phoenix Rising, Portland's Gay & Les
b ia n Service O rganization offers the fol
low ing this month: Saturday, February
22, Draw Yourself Out. E.Ann Hinds does
art therapy. Every Thursday, Men’s
Therapy Group meets to discuss
com mon concerns. Tuesday, M arch 4,
How to Get a Man, conducted by Dr.
Raym ond Berger. For more information,
February 28 at the NW FVC , 7 p.m.;
Ronnia, The Robber’s Daughter
(Sweden), February 21 at KOIN Center.
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Pe te r de Garmo
luck. A ll women welcome. Bring dish to
share and ideas for events. Meet at 6:30.
C a ll Janet at 235-1712 for info.
Sa turd a y, February 8: Intermediate
cross-country ski tour. Probably on Yellow-
jacket tra il in Mt. Hood area. A Forest
Group event, a ll women wlecome. C all
Ruth at 233-2652.
Saturda y, February 22: Cross-country-
dow nhill ski lessons. Should already have
som e skiing ability. Sm all fee for lessons.
C a ll Ruth at 233-2652. A ll women
Sunday, February 23: Afternoon w alk in
O aks Bottom Park. W alk by river; see birds
in w etlands off trail. Meet for tea after
w alk. C a ll Sara at 232-8237. A ll women
o ff with this ad
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Chocolate Pasta with
Fe b rua ry Fo re st Group Events
Frid a y, Febraury 7: Forest Group Pot
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