Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group
Mar
25
6:00 PM18:00

Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group

Come to Family Tree’s free Gender Support Group. The group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday beginning October 8th. Light snacks will be provided including GF and vegan options.

The group is open to all Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and other people questioning their gender. This is a peer to peer support group - all facilitators identify as something other than cisgender. 

Interpreters will be provided when requested.

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Out and Sober at the Walker Art Center
Mar
28
6:00 PM18:00

Out and Sober at the Walker Art Center

Join us for an evening at the WALKER on Thursday, March 28th.

We’re meeting at the Vineland Entrance across from the sculpture garden at 6:00pm, we’ll start our tour at 6:30pm!

No registration is required and it's free to the public. Just show up to hang out with some fellow people in recovery and look at some art!

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Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group
Apr
8
6:00 PM18:00

Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group

Come to Family Tree’s free Gender Support Group. The group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday beginning October 8th. Light snacks will be provided including GF and vegan options.

The group is open to all Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and other people questioning their gender. This is a peer to peer support group - all facilitators identify as something other than cisgender. 

Interpreters will be provided when requested.

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Queer Book Club: How to Write an Autobiographical Novel
Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Queer Book Club: How to Write an Autobiographical Novel

Join the Queer Book Club for a discussion of Alexander Chee's How to Write an Autobiographical Novel. Get your copy at Moon Palace for 20% off!

From the author of The Queen of the Night, an essay collection exploring his education as a man, writer, and activist--and how we form our identities in life and in art.

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She Rock All Ages Jam
Apr
13
3:00 PM15:00

She Rock All Ages Jam

If you're a girl, woman, nonbinary or trans person and are interested in performing with our amazing She Rock house band, this is the place!   We offer a very safe, supportive environment for rockers with little or no stage experience and those who are veterans of the music scene.  This is a great performance opportunity! 

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Bedrock for Burdened
Apr
13
7:00 PM19:00

Bedrock for Burdened

Bedrock For Burdened is an installment during a transition period for this space endeavor. It is the third installment with Pangea World Theater as our collaborator, through Lake Street Arts. The third time in their studio.

Bedrock For Burdened is an installment not unlike the prior. It is a space to come find catharsis via art. To witness community, known and brand new, present their full selves, unabashedly.

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Telling Queer History
Apr
14
2:30 PM14:30

Telling Queer History

TELLING QUEER HISTORY is a series of gatherings based on sharing stories in an open, informal, and participatory format. It’s about connecting queer communities, queer history and generations so that we can learn from our shared past, present, and future.*

*Allies are welcome to join, listen and volunteer. Hearing our stories is a great way to be an ally, allowing and assisting us in having the space to tell our stories is a way to be an advocate. Thanks!

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Queer Improv Jam
Apr
14
5:00 PM17:00

Queer Improv Jam

HUGE Theater hosts a monthly queer improv jam- an opportunity to meet new people, create, and explore together in a safe space.

This event is 18+, for those who defy conventional notions of gender and sexuality. If you feel you belong here, you belong here!

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Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group
Apr
22
6:00 PM18:00

Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group

Come to Family Tree’s free Gender Support Group. The group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday beginning October 8th. Light snacks will be provided including GF and vegan options.

The group is open to all Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and other people questioning their gender. This is a peer to peer support group - all facilitators identify as something other than cisgender. 

Interpreters will be provided when requested.

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Queer Science Day
May
18
9:00 AM09:00

Queer Science Day

Calling all queer/trans high school students interested in learning about STEM!

Join graduate students and professors in conducting experiments in microbiology, environmental chemistry, physics, and engineering, and engage in dialogue about the unique experiences of LGBTQ+ scientists. 

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
24
3:30 PM15:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
23
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
22
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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Bi+ Community Discussion Group
Mar
21
7:00 PM19:00

Bi+ Community Discussion Group

Come join our discussion group the THIRD Thursday of every Month. This is a safe and welcoming environment and a great way to navigate bi+ issues and bond with other community members. We are gathering at 7pm. You are welcome to purchase and bring food and beverages to this meetup.
Sober event.

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Third Thursday: Women Artists
Mar
21
6:00 PM18:00

Third Thursday: Women Artists

On the third Thursday of every month, join us to experience Mia’s diverse art collection with unique programs, drinks, and live music. Third Thursday events are FREE and open to the public.

This March, join Mia in a celebration of women in art and music. Experience pop-up performances throughout the museum by Monica LaPlante and Nyasia. DJ Rowsheen will also be spinning some tunes. Tour the galleries for music-inspired artworks and women artists in Mia’s collection.

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Blackout Presents: Loud as Hell
Mar
18
8:00 PM20:00

Blackout Presents: Loud as Hell

It's Women's History Month and we want to celebrate the power of black women by being LOUD AS HELL! Black Women are too often made to feel small, invisible, unimportant and told to be quiet like our voices don't matter. This month (and every month) we AIN'T HAVIN' none of that! Come join our all female cast and celebrate the honest and powerful voices of black women!

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
17
3:30 PM15:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
16
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes
Mar
15
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Minutes

What can you experience 60 of for $20 in 90 minutes? Plays! At least you can with “I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes”.

I’m Never Going to Earth Again: 60 Queer Plays in 90 Queer Minutes allows for several Minneapolis’s marginalized voices taking center stage. You won’t believe your eyes as you become immersed in this fast-paced amalgamation of one-act plays, monologues, chants, improv, song, and dance. Tantalizing and vulnerable works of sci-fi, magical realism and fantasy allow us to tell you what is important to us. Walk a mile alongside us with the realism and absurdism of family, mental illness, queer community, grief, love, and zombies. Whether you are an alien, a euphemism, a healer or the God of Death, you will find something titillating to stimulate your senses.

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 Bi+ Movie Night
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Bi+ Movie Night

Do you like to unwind after a long week by watching a movie? Join Bisexual Organizing Project (BOP)’s movie night on Friday, March 15! In addition to watching a movie, we’ll also have pizza and snacks, as well as time to discuss the movie afterward. Foods will be labeled, if you have many food allergies, feel free to bring your own items. You may also bring something to share, please label all food items with ingredients.
This event is alcohol and drug free.

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Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group
Mar
11
6:00 PM18:00

Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group

Come to Family Tree’s free Gender Support Group. The group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday beginning October 8th. Light snacks will be provided including GF and vegan options.

The group is open to all Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and other people questioning their gender. This is a peer to peer support group - all facilitators identify as something other than cisgender. 

Interpreters will be provided when requested.

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Queer Improv Jam
Mar
10
5:00 PM17:00

Queer Improv Jam

HUGE Theater hosts a monthly queer improv jam- an opportunity to meet new people, create, and explore together in a safe space.

This event is 18+, for those who defy conventional notions of gender and sexuality. If you feel you belong here, you belong here!

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The Laramie Project: A Reading and Conversation
Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

The Laramie Project: A Reading and Conversation

This Happening is free and open to the public. Reservations are required.

The Laramie Project: A Reading and Conversation
featuring RECLAIM
directed by LEIGH FONDAKOWSKI

In response to the brutal murder of Matthew Shephard in 1998, a group of theater artists traveled to Laramie, Wyoming, and conducted hundreds of interviews about the hate crime. Drawing from their research, personal journal entries and news reports, they created The Laramie Project — an innovative, dialogue-driven theater piece that has been performed across the country and around the world since its 2002 debut. Directed by the play’s head writer Leigh Fondakowski and featuring staff, clients and community members of RECLAIM, this special evening of reading and conversation will look at how Shephard’s death and The Laramie Project have impacted queer culture and youth for the past two decades.

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Body fail body
Feb
27
7:30 PM19:30

Body fail body

This Happening is free and open to the public. Reservations are required.

body fail body
featuring the work of LISA MARIE BRIMMER, PEDRO PABLO LANDER, MARCELA MICHELLE, KAT PURCELL, KEILA ANALI SAUCEDO, YONI TAMANG and TAJA WILL

The Guthrie is proud to host a one-night-only event from the producers of Lightning Rod — a local theater initiative that produces of-the-moment performance art and celebrates queer and trans artistry. Through a collaborative array of dance, movement, song, poetry, absurdism, ritual, dialogue, call and response and more, this real-time experience/experiment in continuity invites the audience to not only bear witness, but take part in the responsibility and honor of the work. Join us for this special event featuring Twin Cities artists who dare to look at current events and create a forum for art and community that allows us all to respond.

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Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group
Feb
25
6:00 PM18:00

Family Tree Clinic's Gender Support Group

Come to Family Tree’s free Gender Support Group. The group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday beginning October 8th. Light snacks will be provided including GF and vegan options.

The group is open to all Trans, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and other people questioning their gender. This is a peer to peer support group - all facilitators identify as something other than cisgender. 

Interpreters will be provided when requested.

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