Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, May 01, 1986, Page 13, Image 13

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    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.
11________ SUNDAY
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
at 236-4386.
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
Professional Bldg.)
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.
Normal Heart.
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
Bruce Erikson.
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