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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LGBTQ Lobby Day 2019
Apr
25
9:00 AM09:00

LGBTQ Lobby Day 2019

This is the day to show up and show out for LGBTQ equity!

Join hundreds of LGBTQ people and allies to fight for our rights by showing our force at the Minnesota State Capitol.

This year, our top priority is banning the harmful practice of conversion “therapy” in Minnesota. Already, this bill has made it further than ever before, but there is more work to be done. OutFront’s Lobby Day will be critical to help advance this life-saving legislation.

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Bi+ Picnic and Hike
Apr
28
1:00 PM13:00

Bi+ Picnic and Hike

Do you want to celebrate the beginning of spring by sightseeing and hiking with your friends? Come join Bisexual Organizing Project-BOP for our hiking meetup on Sunday, April 28! We will be visiting Minneapolis's 50-foot Minnehaha Falls and hiking a scenic trail that follows Minnehaha Creek into the Mississippi River. We'll start off with a picnic from 1pm-2pm at Hiawatha Statue right next to the falls before we begin our hike. We'll be bringing snacks, and feel free to bring your own food if you want! (Please notify us if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions.

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Transfabulous Workshop: Beading
May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Transfabulous Workshop: Beading

TransFabulous is a series of monthly art workshops at Hennepin County Library - Minneapolis Central led by artists who identify as transgender (trans) or gender non-conforming (GNC). The series is funded in part by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. It occurs the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 6-8:30 p.m. at the Library Commons, 1st floor Minneapolis Central Library.

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Bi+ Book Club: "The New Moon's Arms" by Nalo Hopkinson
May
8
7:00 PM19:00

Bi+ Book Club: "The New Moon's Arms" by Nalo Hopkinson

Do you love to read and talk about books? Join Bisexual Organizing Project-BOP's Bi+ Book Club, a place to read fiction, biography, creative non-fiction, history, theory, and activist works. Come discuss readings and ideas about, for, and by bisexuals and other non-monosexual folks. Hosted by Cary.

The Bi+ Book Club reading for May will be "The New Moon's Arms" by Nalo Hopkinson.

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Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh
May
9
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh
May
10
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh
May
11
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set A ft. Taylor Seaberg & Dua Saleh

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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STI/Sexual Health Q & A for Teens
May
13
6:00 PM18:00

STI/Sexual Health Q & A for Teens

  • Minneapolis LocStarz Natural Hair Salon (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hello community! LocStarz is hosting a two-part educational series in partnership with Family Tree Clinic - let's go!

Loc Starz will be hosting a second workshop, inviting Jacki Trelawny and Ayah Mohammed of Family Tree Clinic to answer your teen's questions about STIs/HIV and sexual health.
They'll have some activities planned, but come with your questions, as they are welcoming, open-minded and non-shaming.

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Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen
May
16
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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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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Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen
May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Q-Stage Set B ft. Keila Anali Saucedo & D. Allen

20% Theatre Company presents the 6th annual Q-STAGE: New Works Series, featuring four experimental world premiere performances created by local queer artists Taylor Seaberg, Dua Saleh, Keila Anali Saucedo and D Allen. Q-STAGE seeks to shift consciousness of and about queer identity through new performance work, facilitate conversation surrounding queer identities and queer art, and contribute to the growth of local, emerging queer artists. Q-STAGE 2019 new works include a mix of live music, theatre, video, movement, poetry and storytelling.

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Queer Prom 2019
Jun
15
to Jun 16

Queer Prom 2019

QUEER PROM 2019 (8th annual!)
This is the PROM you never had.
This is the PROM you want to have again.
Wear what you want. Be who you are.
Come solo or bring a date (or many dates).
There are no rules for this PROM.

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Copy of MGBS: The Echoes in the Trees
Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

Copy of MGBS: The Echoes in the Trees

Echoes in the Trees 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.

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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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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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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MGBS: The Echoes in the Trees
Apr
13
7:00 PM19:00

MGBS: The Echoes in the Trees

Echoes in the Trees 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.

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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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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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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Apr
9
6:00 PM18:00

Queering Spirituality

  • pin Gundale Chapel, Hagfors Center for for Science, Business, and Religion (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Campus Ministry, Augsburg Hillel, QPA, and QIPOC for a discussion on the queer community and religion/spirituality, with a focus on the experiences of community members. There will be food. We look forward to hearing your stories and sharing ours. If you have any questions, please contact Gabriel at glissmeg@augsburg.edu.

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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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Pleasure Activism: adrienne maree brown
Mar
30
7:00 PM19:00

Pleasure Activism: adrienne maree brown

Come hear adrienne maree brown—social justice facilitator, healer, doula, and author of Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds and the forthcoming Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good.

ASL interpreted and hearing assistance devices available.

UPDATE : *Even though there are no tickets left, we encourage you to SHOW UP! We will accommodate as many people as possible. Because tickets were free, there's a good chance you can get an unclaimed seat.

The waitlist line will start at 6:00pm, March 30, at the event site, First Universalist Church, 3400 Dupont Ave S. Ticket holders will be seated from 6:30pm-6:45pm, at which time we will open up unclaimed seats to non-ticket holders in line. The program will begin at 7:00pm. We also hope to offer overflow space.

Due to limited parking please consider biking, carpooling, and/or public transportation, and give yourself plenty of time to get here!

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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
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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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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