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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1987)
for men and women, this ropes course
high in the trees requires individual and
group initiative. Develop group skills in a
safe environment in this one-day
adventure led by Joan W illiam s, M.A.
Participants should be physically
active, but no rope sk ills are necessary —
just a w illingness to take risks. Professional
counselors w ill lead the group, and be
available to interpret how the activities
relate to your “re a l-life " situations. Proces
sing the activities w ill be an important part
of the day. Fee: $40.00 per person. Ad
vance registration and payment are
required. For more information, call
Pho e nix R isin g at 223-8299.
Ample Opportunity, a health organi
zation for fat women, conducts an hour of
sw im m ing every Tuesday and Thursday
evenings between 7 :00 and 8:00 p.m. at
the M IC pool, 2033 NW Glisan. Open
sw im , laps, water play, aerobics, instruc
tion for fat women. This is a safe space for
fat women to come together and enjoy
themselves away from the judgements of
others. Woman lifeguard.
GSSO, Gay and Lesbian Support of
Southern Oregon, is a support group in
Klam ath Falls. GSSO offers support and
information for gays and lesbians. For
further information write: GSSO, PO Box 43,
Klam ath Fa lls, OR 97601.
M ass in Tim e of AIDS. A support faith
community for those touched by this crisis.
Mondays, 6 p.m., comer of SW Broadway
8t Montgomery. PSU Campus Ministry,
Cascade Guild — Health Care
Chapter, a social/networking group —
m edical, social and mental health care
w orkers meet monthly. For information
ca ll Hazel, 636-0509 or Chris, 297-4314.
Join the Po rtla n d Le sb ia n C ho ir! We
are a performance group seeking singing
and non-singing support members. If you
sing, compose music, play an instrument
or would like to support a Portland wo-
m yn's choir, we need you. We meet every
Sunday at 6:00. Please cal I Cathryn Heron
for rehearsal location and information.
C a ll: 239-7716.
The Bisexual Community Forum
meets the second and fourth Monday of
each month, at Old Wives Tales at 8 p.m
in the Banquet Room. Exploration, rap,
and social group open to women and
Parents Flag meets the fourth Wednes
day of each month at the Justice Building,
1111 SW 2nd Ave.. at 7:30 p.m.
PPOW — Portland Professional Organi
zation of Women — a group to provide
gay women an opportunity to meet
others. We sponsor socials and special
events throughout the year. For Informa
tion write: PPOW, PO Box 22821. Mil-
waukie. O R 97222.
posters designed especially fo r
support group for lesbians size 18 and up.
invites a ll Lesbians of Size to join us. We
provide a space to be ourselves as fat
women and lesbians. For more info call
232-1108 or 643-9345.
Retail/Wholesale welcome. Free product delivery to
businesses in S .F . Bay Area
È Shades. Pillows.
* couches, beds.
Bedding. Living lightly
leaves no tracks. Northwest
Futon Company at the end
of the tunnel.
A support group for Abused Lesbians at
Bradley-Angle House, 232-7805. It is faci
litated by lesbians, is confidential, child
care is provided and there is no fee. Do
nations are accepted.
A Su p p o rt G roup fo r Transsexuals.
male to female, female to male, andro
gynous persons, crossdressers, trans
vestites and persons supportive. C all
777-7777 for location.
cial group for young adults 18 and up,
meets every Wednesday, at the First Con
gregational Church on SW Madison and
Park at 7 :30 p.m. Use side entrance on
Madison. C all 244-3225 for more
Women W rite rs o f Science Fiction
(WS 399B. Eng 199A) w ill be offered
through Portland State University's summer
program , July 20 through August 14. with
Sara Gogol as the instructor. We w ill look
at works by Ursula LeGuin, Elizabeth Lynn.
Marion Zim m er Bracfley, and others.
Speculative fiction of our own is a
For more information, call the Women's
Studies Departm ental 229-3516.
/Op S iu u ia Street, State f0 3
i f an Fra ncisco, (xt/fò/vua J)4 f0 ó - 3 /0 /
Selected Items ere available at
A Woman's Place Bookstore HI
Hours: Mon-Fri 10-6/Thurs 10-7/Sat 10-5
M P A !\! V
SUNDAY 10:00 PM
informal social group that gathers regu
larly to wear and enjoy beautiful black
leather, meets at the Dirty Duck tavern,
439 NW Third, on Fridays after 10 p.m.
400 S W 2nd, Portland
Saturday Night Supper Club for in
Portland Leathermen, a five-month-old
Omettons ¿y Wi/a>,
W ind fire is a gay. lesbian and bisexual
youth group. It is one of the most exciting
things in Portland if you're 20 years old or
younger. Growing up gay in a heterosex
ual environment is very difficult. Windfire
provides peer support in a non-judge-
mental atmosphere. Besides peer sup
port, if you're looking for fun, W indfire is
most definitely for you. W indfire sponsors
picnics, parties, pot lucks, special events
and weekend camping trips.
Meetings are held on Thursday eve
nings at Outside lb. 1236 SW Salmon, from
7 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday at Old Wives
Tales restaurant, 1300 E. Burnside, from
2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For more information call 244-3225,
tellectually oriented lesbians. Sm all group
dinners in homes and quality restaurants
to facilitate socialnetworking. C all Holly,
Selection continually grows!
Selection includes World Peace & Sealife designs!
a ll w alks of life. A g a p e la nd — (Love
la nd ) for the kids and the kid within you,
2nd Tuesday of each month, 7:30-8:30
p.m. at Living Communion Church. Pastor
Naomi Harvey. 3829 SE 62nd, Portland,
OR 97206. (503) 236-1403.
A Single Parent Support Group is
held every Thursday, 7-9 p.m. Group d is
cussions w ill include parenting informa
tion, referrals and resources, discipline
techniques and finding adequate day
care. For more information, contact Sue
Kaastad, 238-8819 or Debi McFeron,
75 page catalogue,
$ 3 .5 0 U S . currency, refundable
with firs t order. MAIL O R D ER
Evangelical Outreach for people of
The Gay Bridge Club, a rap and so
The Le sb ia n Sund a y Brunch group is
recruiting again. Every month on the 3rd
Sunday at 11:00 for potluck munching.
They are a varied group including artists,
political activists, corporate clim bers,
computer nerds, etc. Above a ll, they are
lovers of food and conversation who en
joy having a place to get to know each
other. A ll lesbians are welcome. Call
238-4343 for location.
Stationery, cards, poetry,
G reat Womyn, a newly formed social-
FRIDA Y 10:00 PM
Founded in 1920, the Dehen
Knitting Company represents
65 years of tradition in quality
knitwear. The Dehen family's
commitment to quality continues
in our line of 700% cotton
sweaters and jerseys
Come visit our factory outlet
where we offer our nationally
distributed line at wholesale
D F H F .N
K N I T T I N G
C O M P N Y
4 0 4
N . W.
A V E N U E
P O R T L A N D ,
9 7 2 0 9
Store Hours: Tues-Sat
10:00 AM-4:00 PM
OBO ADDY & KUKRUDU
LLOYD JONES TRIO
TOMMY HAYES’ PUCK FAIR w/
NORMAN SYLVESTER w/the
JOHNNIE WARD BLUES ÄAND
NOON-MIDNIGHT BM M Ü SM s
N.W. SERVICE CENTER
1819 N.W. EVERETT
Juu Out. I t . August. 1987