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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1986)
wom an blues band, Saturday, May 10th.
The sile n t auction is from 7-8 p.m., the oral
auction takes place 8-9 p.m., and the
dance with the Blues Sisters follows.
Auctioneer Laveme Lew is and Howie
and M ichelle from Queersville, w ill offer
you d e o ls on trip s, services, sa il boating,
dinners, m assages, and more. The $10 ad
m ission includes $5 in sc rip to b id for items
d long with a g la ss of cham pagne or
sp a rklin g cider and a ticket for a door
p rize draw ing. See Just Entertainment for
m ore inform ation.
O pening kic k-off show for Mr. Hunky
X III featuring Linda Robinson in a review
of Hunkys and Foxies. A pplications for Mr.
Hunky X III accepted on this night.
D a rc elle 's, 208 NW 3rd, Portland.
w ill speak about Confronting Crime in
America: a progressive response to na
tional and local issues. At the Portland
Bldg. Auditorium . For inform ation, call
M ark Kramer, 281-1500. Sponsored by
National Lawyers Guild and other local
A health check-up for women in the
Portland /Vancouver area w ill be given
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at W estern Sta te s
C hiro p ra c tic C ollege's M ain C linic,
948 N.E. 102nd Avenue in Portland.
The $10 exam ination fee w ill cover the
cost of a breast exam, pap smear, spinal
check-up and urinary lab test. Appoint
ments are necessary and may be made
by c a llin g 255-6771.
1 8 ________SUNDAY
A recital for vio lin and piano by Pierre
D'Archam beau. violin, and Jeanne Stark,
piano, at 8 p.m. at the Comm unity Music
Center, 3350 SE Francis, Portland. A dm is
sion is free. The program includes: Franck,
Scnata in A m ajor; Chausson, Poeme, op.
25. Debussy, Sonate.
1 5 _____THURSDAY
The IFC C is proud to announce that
through the generous support of Pacific
Northw est Bell, a new /old producing or
g a niza tion w ill becom e a resident com
pany at the IFCC. The N orthw est
Th e a tre o t the Deaf, which presented
som e dozen or so p la ys in the Pacific
Northwest between 1973 and 1980, w ill
stage Dame Agatha C hristie 's popular
chille r. The Mousetrap, at the IFCC.
The Northwest Theatre of the Deaf utilizes
d eaf actors perform ing in sign language
onstage, whose lines are "vo ic e d " by off
stage hearing actors. The result is a per
form ance of unique power and beauty
that is entirely accessible to both deaf
and hearing audiences.
The Mousetrap w ill play through May
24, Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m.
and Sunday at 2 p.m. For ticket inform a
tion, please ca ll the IFCC at 243-7930
(Voice or TTY). The IFCC is located at 5340
N. Interstate Avenue, Portland.
The Oregon M arijuana In itia tive in
vites you to join them at 11:00 am for a
Seafood Brunch at the Sw ashbuckler
Restaurant, 3rd and Yam hill in Portland
Tic ke ts d va ila b le now. RSVP Carolee
W ilson 239-5134 or 658-5132.
NW A N SIR at 233-2677 and ask for W illow
2 5 ________SUNDAY
The C ity Nightclub presents its 4th
Annual Memorial Day Masquerade
Ball. Doors open 10 p.m. with a special
holid ay show at 11 p.m. Unm asking is at
m idnight follow ed by a costume contest
and the aw arding of door prizes. The City
N ightclub, 624 S.W. 13th. For information
c a ll 224-C ITY.
Lesb ia n Forum — "Physica l and Emo
tional Abuse in Relationships," 7 :30 p.m. at
W estm inster Presbyterian Church, 1624 NE
Hancock. Anyone w ishing to help plan
this Forum should ca ll 236-4386. Free
cnildcare, interpreted for the deaf and
hearing-im paired, w heelchair acces
sib le at the 16th street entrance (Door is
attended from 7:G0 to 7:25). $2 donation
(m ore or less is O.K.) For TTY Relay, contact
The Fam ily N atural Health C enter
w elcom es you to meet their varied staff of
Naturopathic and C hiropractic Physi
cia ns, Acupuncturist, M idw ife, and
Licensed M assage Technicians. Join us in
our celebration from 5-8 p.m. Refresh
m ents w ill be provided. 12224 NE Hoyt (off
122nd & G lisa n in the M enlo Park Pla za
Men by the Sea, a weekend retreat for
gay men, May 30-June 1. On 500 acres of
private land with private beach and h ik
ing tra ils. Food and lodging provided,
horseback rid ing and canoeing nearby.
Slid in g scale fee $75-$135. For information
and registration contact Paul or Michael
“ at 223-8299, Phoenix Rising Founda
A sp ec ia l production has been added
to Po rtla n d C ivic Th e a tre ’s Blueroom
sea son. The Thornton W ild e r play, Our
Town continues for a lim ited engagement
through June 15.
Our Town is directed by Robert Nielsen
who, for nearly fifteen years, has directed
productions at PCT. N ielson's current
d irectoria l engagem ent is with Storefront
Theatre and their production of The
The Rainbow C o a lition is hosting the
second annual Multi-cultural Dinner
and Dance, 6-11 pm at the Pine Street
Theater, 221 SE 9th. The dynam ic soul
siste rs singing group The Strawberry
G am blers, backed up by Dee W iggens
and the Velvet Band, w ill provide m usical
The proceeds from the event w ill go to
prom oting quality health care at home
and abroad. Funds w ill be used for the
ongoing work of the Rainbow 's Health
C are Task Force, to aid the work of the
Black W om en's Health Network and to
support the La Union Hospital project in El
Tic ke ts are $5-10 slid in g scale for adults
and $2 for children under twelve. Activities
for children provided. Tickets a va ila b le
at House of Sound. M usic M illenium East
and West, Looking G la ss Bookstore, and
Laughing Horse Bookstore. For inform ation
c a ll M acceo Pettis 236-0273.
Tic ke ts are $12 and a va ila b le by con
tacting the PCT box office at 226-3048
Perform ance dates are May 30 and 31.
June 1. June 3 through 8, and June 10
through 15. Curtain tim e is 8 p.m. on week
days and Saturdays, and 2 p.m on Sundays.
W in d flre meets at the Justice Center,
14th floor, at 7 :00 pm every Thursday, 1111
SW 2nd. and at O ld W ives Tales. 2 30 pm,
every Saturday. Comer of E. Burnside and
SE 13th Avenue.
PW A (Person with A ID S/A RC ) Su p p o rt
G roup. Th is inform al group includes
PWAs, and sig nifica nt others. There is no
agenda and the m eetings are unstruc
tured. Th is is a safe, supportive space for
PWAs. C a ll 223-5907 for tim e 8t place.
O ngoing Le sb ia n The ra p y Sup p o rt
G roup meets. For more inform ation, call
Laney Kike l at 234-512
Ra d ic a l Women meet to discuss: Is the
result of repressive im m igration law s more
jo b s or is it lower wages and increased
harassm ent of C hícanos and other
people of color? Explore the im plications
of the proposed Sim pson-Rodino B ill with
us at 6 :3 0 p.m. at the Multnomah Count
C entral Library, 801SW 10th Avenue.
Everyone is welcome. W heelchair
G ay Men’s Su p p o rt G roup — an on
g o ing support group in a safe and sup
portive environment. C hallenge yourself
to explore your personal creativity and
em otions with other gay men. Thursdays
b eg inning M arch 1 3 ,7-9 pm at Phoenix
R isin g . C a ll 223-8299.
G M T (G ay Men Together), a non
E llio tt C urrlo , crim inologist and author
Just Out, May 1986
Seattle hosts its first-ever gay/lesbian swim meet May 24th, and Portland is
invited. Pictured are Pat Roth, Dana Cox, Rick Peterson, Mark Shimada. and
m em bership gay support group, meets
W ednesday nights, from 7:15-9:30 at Port
la nd State University's Sm ith Hall in room
229. Spend a rela xing evening meeting
good people, good conversation, som e