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    Creating Vibrant Community
    by Enhancing the Lives of LGBT people


     

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    THE LGBT COMMUNITY CENTER OF THE DESERT
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THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER

We're Almost Halfway There!

It's National Pride Month and we're on a mission to create vibrant community, all across the Coachella Valley! Will you join us with a gift of $30? We're hoping to raise $30,000 by June 30th, and we're nearly halfway there!

Just text (in all caps) PRIDEFLAG to 41-444, with the gift amount, your name, and a brief message, or give here: http://igfn.us/f/1dfq/n

Four days of poetry, art, music and theatre in remembrance of the Stonewall riots. Joshua Tree Stonewall Remembrance happens June 22 - 25 at  Art Queen (61855 Twentynine Palms Highway).

Events reflecting the gay experience include poetry and book readings, a light hearted talk with film director and actor Guinevere Turner, film director, actor, fashion show, spoken word, art opening live entertainment, live music, dance party, and more

See their Facebook page for more information:
https://www.facebook.com/Joshua-Tree-Stonewall-Remembrance-Days-1417836501610165/

If you need a safe, cool place to stay, or know someone who does, stop by The Center. You can use our Cyber Center, read some magazines, and enjoy crisp 75° A/C
Barry Manilow announces “A Gift Of Love IV” to benefit 25 Coachella Valley charities, including yours truly – The Center! Concerts are scheduled for December 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17, and will feature his hit songs and holiday favorites. His past holiday concerts have surprised audiences with a children’s choir, Santa Claus, and even snow!

General public and VIP Premium tickets are on sale NOW exclusively online at www.agiftofloveiv.com or by phone at (424) 298-4818. General Public tickets range from $30 to $300. VIP tickets range from $400 to $2,000 and include special access and benefits. Be sure to select The LGBT Community Center of the Desert as the beneficiary!
Upcoming @ The Center
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Everyone has a story to tell. In this informally structured, 6-week workshop, David will guide both new and returning writers through bringing their stories to life, writing priorities, the editing process, and the challenges of getting published vs. self-publishing.

The Center June Social will be held June 28 @ Hunters 302 E Arenas Rd, Palm Springs
5:30PM – 7:00PM
Create vibrant community with us!

Leadership Circle
Business Partner Spotlight

Burn & Build Body is a gay owned, socially conscious business providing supplementation and foundation based programs for anti-aging, detoxification, weight loss and fitness. 

Rick Dinihanian, Palm Springs resident, company founder and holistic lifestyle coach has made it his mission to support others in achieving their very best. His food based transformation programs are recognized as balanced, user friendly and non-deprivational. They embrace Rick’s love of food and his healthy fitness lifestyle. At 68 Rick continues to  inspire those have the opportunity to work with him.

 
Visit Burn & Build Body
Ongoing @ The Center
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Upcoming Community Events
The AIDS pandemic struck the performing arts particularly hard.  Dancers We Lost is an important step in documenting and bringing to light the lives and contributions of performers, most of whom tragically died young. With a planned database providing accurate information about their lives and careers,  DWL ensures they will not be forgotten, anonymous virtuosos.
"The boys have gathered to spend an evening in a safe place where they can just be themselves. Someone brings along a game, a version of “Truth or Dare,” here called “Fact, Fiction or Fantasy.” So that’s how the clothes come off, as they win or lose at each turn, while the audience learns more about each one’s life. The audience gains insight as they describe an incident in their past or act out a challenge. It builds into an amazing and gleeful final scene which you will love.

LKA Palm Springs is passionate about creating opportunities for long-term survivors to socialize with friends and one another in an accepting and open environment. Their regular  social events include potlucks, coffee socials, and movie outings.
Monthly Potlucks, Walk Abouts,  Ladies Night Out and Jazz. These are just a few of the activities you could become involved with. How? Just follow the link and you can view and/or sign up for the weekly Women @ The Center Newsletter. If you know of anyone that might be interested in this newsletter, let them know about our community.
If you are a trans or gender-nonconforming person in the U.S. and considering suicide, Trans Lifeline can be reached at 877-565-8860. LGBT youth (ages 24 and younger) can reach the Trevor Project Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386. People of all ages and identities can reach The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800 -273-8255, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

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  • The LGBT Community Center of The Desert

    The McDonald/Wright Building

    1301 North Palm Canyon Dr, 3rd Floor
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    760.416.7790 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

    The Center is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) public charity
    EIN # 33-0937301

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