Monday, December 16, 2019

News and events from the William Way LGBT Community Center
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December 13, 2019
Pic of the week: Ethel Merman or Chris Bartlett doing his perfect impression at last weekend's Way Gay fundraiser? The world may never know.  
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Speaking Out for Equality is an online exhibit produced by the John J. Wilcox, Jr. Archives that tells the courageous story of LGBT civil rights in the courts and in the streets.



 

Rainbow Reading Group: Miseducation of Cameron Post, Emily M. Danforth

Wednesday, December 18, 6-8pm
William Way


The acclaimed book behind the 2018 Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning movie in which Cameron), a high-school track athlete, is forced to attend a Christian gay conversion therapy center after her legal guardian discovers she is a lesbian. But Cameron finds camaraderie and solidarity with the other gay teens there and learns how to survive in an intolerant world.
Rainbow Reading is our book club devoted to the queer literary experience. Bi-monthly "short reads" and rotating genres make the club ideal for those interested in sharing their love of literature with others in the community. 

Life Line Screening

Thursday, December 19, 9am-4pm
William Way

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Life Line Screenings offer a 5 test package to thoroughly check you for risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions. The combination of these test help detect problems – before you have symptoms and while your doctor can still take action.. So you can keep doing the things you love.

Winter Essentials Drive

Holiday Potluck Dinner

December Holiday Hours at William Way

Holiday hours of 12-5pm are in effect December 24 - January 1. 
From art exhibitions to knitting to meetings to concerts, there's always something happening at the Center.
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