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Houston Area Events – August

 

First shuttle mission: Sandra Bullock was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone in the film Gravity.

First shuttle mission: Sandra Bullock was nominated for an Academy Award for her role as medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone in the film Gravity.

Compiled by Marene Gustin

Performing ArtsArt & PhotographyRadioCinemaAnd Other Fun Things • OngoingHIV Testing
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HOT TICKET

‘Gravity’
See the stars under the stars

If you haven’t seen the award-winning space thriller Gravity yet, or even if you have, you’re going to want see it outside, under the stars come August 21 at Miller Outdoor Theatre. • This on-the-edge-of-your-seat, can’t-breathe, oh-my-god! movie was made to be seen outdoors at nighttime. It will take your breath away. Almost the entire film takes place in outer space, amongst the stars. And there are just two actors, but what actors! Sandra Bullock—in what should have been another Oscar-winning performance—and George Clooney. In what should have been a routine space walk, a terrible accident happens and the space shuttle is destroyed, leaving the pair adrift among the stars. We aren’t saying anything more, in case you haven’t seen this film yet, but there’s a reason it was nominated as Best Picture of 2013. • See the stars under the stars. The free film starts at 8:30 p.m. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for more information. —Marene Gustin

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PERFORMING ARTS

• Through August 3

Pippi Longstocking: The Family Musical. A family-fun musical based on the beloved children’s book with plenty of events—a bookclub, pirates’ luncheon, and opening gala. See mainstreettheater.com for details.

Fallen Angels. A bubbly adult comedy by Noël Coward. See mainstreettheater.com for details.

• Through August 10

A Streetcar Named Desire. Stella! Stage Door Inc. in Pasadena puts on this Tennessee Williams classic. See stagedoorinc.com for tickets information.

• Through August 16

Pollywog. Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Pollywog by Keian McKee. For ticket information see mildredsumbrella.com.

Sweet Charity. The East-End Theatre Company puts on this Bob Fosse classic down on the island. Check out islandetc.org for details.

• Through August 23

Bad Medicine, or Good To The Last Drop. A fine melodrama by Houston author Kris Thompson. This is a world premiere by Theatre Suburbia. See theatresuburbia.org for tickets and times.

• Through August 30

A Very Tamarie Christmas. A new theatrical experience by Tamarie Cooper and Patrick Reynolds at The Catastrophic Theatre. See catastrophictheatre.com for details.

• Through August 31

Pete ‘N’ Keely. A regional premiere of a musical comedy at Stages Repertory Theatre. See stagestheatre.com for ticket information.

• August 1–10

Houston Shakespeare Festival. The University of Houston’s popular fest at Miller Outdoor Theatre this year presents Two Gentlemen of Verona and Henry IV (the original GoT). Free performances. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 5–10

The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival. Thirty-ninth annual music fest. See michfest.com for tickets and schedule.

• August 8 & 9

Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour. Cirque du Soleil brings the smash rock concert to the Toyota Center this summer. Get tickets at cirquedusoleil.com/michaeljackson.

• August 15

Lowrider Band. Come hear a night of chart-toppers like “Why Can’t We Be Friends?” under the stars at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 15 & 16

The Great Divorce. The national tour of this C.S. Lewis classic comes to Houston’s Cullen Theater at the Wortham Theater Center this month. See cslewisonstage.com for tickets.

• August 15–September 7

The Old Friends. Alley Theatre’s presentation of a Horton Foote classic. See alleytheatre.org/uh. Please note: all Alley performances this year are being held at the University of Houston as the downtown theater is being remodeled.

• August 16

Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden. Don’t miss this rocking concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands. See livenation.com for ticket information.

Naturally 7. A free evening of vocal music and dance at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 20 & 21

Journey Through China IV. A live, interactive performance exploring the culture of China. Free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 22

Dailey and Vincent. A great blue-grass act for free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 22–30

  1. FrenetiCore Dance opens the 2014–15 season with this dance theater experience exploring the dynamic depths and transcendent nature of water. See freneticore.net for details.

• August 23

AC/Dc’s Back in Black. A free night of classic rock at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 24

21st Annual Theater District Open House. This is a theatergoer’s paradise. Come on down to the district to see previews of this season’s performances, meet the actors, singers, and dancers, get backstage tours and great deals on season subscriptions. See downtownhouston.org for more details.

• August 26

Swing, Jive and Pop into Dance. The MET dances through the eras of the 1930s Lindy Hop, bops into the 1950s, grooves into the 1970s, and ends with the hip-hop music of today. Free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 28 & 29

Godspell. The AD Players present this classic rock musical for free at the Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 29–31

Kerrville Folk Festival & Fall Music Festival. Yes, it’s a bit of a drive, but well worth it to hear some of these performers, particularly Patrice Pike on the 31st. See kerrville-music.com for details.

• August 29 & 30 and September 4–6

Dark Matter: Evidence of Things Unseen. NobleMotion Dance premiere new work at The Barn. See noblemotiondance.com.

• August 30

Fandango: A Night in Madrid.Mercury produces a free night of early Spanish music at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 31

Bollywood Blast: The Bollywood Bandwagon. The best of bollywood dancing and songs, all for free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

Le Castle Vania and Feed Me. Check out Feed Me and DJ Le Castle Vania at House of Blues this month. See houseofblues.com/Houston/ for tickets.

• Save the date: September 7

Ars Lyrica 2014/2015 premiere.Flying High features French and Italian Baroque chamber works by the Grammy-nominated group. See arslyricahouston.org for details.

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ART & PHOTOGRAPHY

• Through August 3

Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin and Bones, 20 Years of Drawingis the first in-depth examination of Houston-based Hancock’s extensive body of drawings, collages, and works on paper. See camh.org for details.

• Through August 9

  1. Nicole Longnecker Gallery presents an exhibition of newly completed conceptual paintings by Houston artist John Jenkins. See longneckergallery.com for details.

Six of one, half a dozen of the other. A selection of past projects supported by the Idea Fund celebrating artmaking and social engagement at various locations around the city. See theideafund.org for details.

No One’s Dog. A community-based project that uses art to bring attention to Houston’s animal overpopulation crisis at DiverseWorks.  See diverseworks.org.

• Through August 16

Print Perspectives. As part of the citywide PrintHouston 2014!, Hooks-Epstein Galleries presents this exhibit of several artists’ print works. See hooksepsteingalleries.com for details.

Exhibitions at Box 13 Artspace. There are four new exhibits running at Box 13 right now. See box13artspace.com for details on the shows.

Ocular Rhythms. Inspired by textiles, Indian and Islamic miniatures, and illuminated manuscripts, Catherine Colangelo creates stunning works on paper in this exhibit at McMurtrey Gallery. See mcmurtreygallery.com for details.

• Through August 17

Alexander Archipenko: The Berlin Drawings. This exhibition features 30 of Archipenko’s drawings, executed in the early 1920s—shortly before his emigration to the U.S. in 1923—when he was living, working, and teaching in Berlin. See mfah.org for details.

• Through August 22

Transitional Artifacts. Fresh Arts presents a site-specific, collaborative installation by The Center for Imaginative Cartography & Research. Artists will bring found construction waste items in and create art with them. See thecforicandr.info for details.

• Through August 23

Seven Selected Artists is Bayou City Art Festival’s inaugural gallery exhibition. The exhibit, curated by Kelly Kindred and Nicola Parente, is being shown at Hyde Park Gallery. See hydeparkgallery.com for details.

• Through August 28

Crossing the Farther Shore. A new installation by artist Dinh Q. Lê at Rice Gallery. See ricegallery.org.

• Through August 30

Taking Shape: Celebrating the Windgate Fellowship. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) hosts this exhibition that recognizes the considerable emerging talent in the field of craft. Visit crafthouston.org for more.

  1. A new series of paintings and sculptures by Francesca DiMattio at the University of Houston’s Blaffer Art Museum. Details at blafferartmuseum.org.

• Through August 31

Picturing Moral Courage: The Rescuers. Photos and extraordinary stories of survivors of the Holocaust and genocides at the Holocaust Museum Houston. See hmh.org.

Fresh: Haim Steinbach & Objects from the Permanent Collection. Three-dimensional artworks by the artists at The Menil Collection. See menil.org for details.

• Through September 1

The Houston Penetrable. Be part of the art at this exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. For details visit mfah.org.

• Through September 6

The Woods. A trilogy of video installations by renowned South African artist Candice Breitz that takes a close look at the world of child performers and the performance of childhood. At the University of Houston’s Blaffer Art Museum. Details at blafferartmuseum.org.

• Through September 7

Texas Masters Series:  Sandie Zilker. Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents a solo exhibition by this Houston metalsmith and educator. See crafthouston.org for more.

La Frontera. An international exhibition of contemporary jewelry at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. See crafthouston.org for details.

A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James. The Menil Collection hosts an exhibit dedicated to America’s first couturier and two of his most devoted patrons, Dominique and John de Menil. See menil.org for more details.

• Through September 14

Transcendent Deities of India: The Everyday Occurrence of the Divine. This exhibition features modern and contemporary representations of these gods and goddesses, which preserve the tangible connection between worshippers and the objects of their reverence. See asiasociety.org/texas for details.

Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris. An exhibition of nearly 100 photographs of urban Paris by 19th-century French artist Charles Marville. At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (mfah.org).

• Through September 21

More Real Than Reality Itself. Contemporary Arts Museum Houston presents a video installation by four artists. See camh.org for details.

• Through September 22

Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English Country House. This exhibition marks the first time the renowned collection of the Marquesses of Cholmondeley, housed at Houghton Hall, the family estate in Norfolk, travels outside of England. At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (mfah.org).

• Through October 12

Life: Survivor Portraits. This new series by local artist Kelly Lee Webeck includes 18 portraits of local survivors and 18 images that document the home space each survivor has created. At the Holocaust Museum Houston. See hmh.org for details.

• Through January 10, 2015

New Mural. Lawndale Art Center has a new mural up by Otabenga Jones & Associates as part of a yearlong commitment to health education. See lawndaleartcenter.org for details.

• August 2–September 4

The Cutting Bridle. Archway Gallery features paintings by member artist Allison Rathan. Visit archwaygallery.com for details.

• August 16–September 6

Help Yourself. Expect to see unorthodox materials, such as modified Easy-Bake Ovens, cereal boxes, and vitamins in this exhibit at Nicole Longnecker Gallery. See longneckergallery.com for details.

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RADIO

Queer Voices.Features, news, music, interviews, reviews, and commentary. Monday nights, 8–9 pm. KPFT 90.1 FM. kpft.org • 713/526-4000.

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CINEMA

• August 1

Mahatma: Life of Gandhi, 1869–1948. Bring a blanket or lawn chair to The Menil Collection for a free outdoor screening of this moving documentary with rarely seen footage. See menil.org for more information.

• August 12

Big Easy Express. A must-see film for music buffs, this rock-umentry is a free movie at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 13

Rebel Music: The Story of Bob Marley. The film, chock-full of Marley’s classic music and intimate archival footage, adds exclusive interviews with Lee Perry, Chris Blackwell, and Rita Marley, along with the foremost members of his music band, The Wailers. Free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 14

Stop Making Sense. One of the greatest rock movies ever made, it captures the Talking Heads during their Speaking in Tongues tour over the course of three nights at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater. Free screening at Miller Outdoor Theater. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 19

Forbidden Planet. One of the best early sci-fi films with a scene-chewing Leslie Nielsen and Robbie the Robot to boot. See it for free at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 20

Spaceballs is a Star Wars send-up written and directed by Mel Brooks. See a free screening under the stars at Miller Outdoor Theatre. See milleroutdoortheatre.com for details.

• August 21

  1. See the award-winning Sandra Bullock film on the big screen outdoors. See the Hot Ticket article above.

• August 21–23

Marilyn Forever Blonde! The Marilyn Monroe Story in Her Own Words and Music is a recreation of what might have been Marilyn’s last chance to tell her own story. The show includes quotes from Marilyn and 17 songs from her films. Wortham Center (832.487.7041) or brilliantlectures.org.

• August 21–23

4th Annual Architecture Meets Life. This film festival by the Architecture Center Houston features Battle for Brooklyn, The Human Scale, and Biophilic Design. See aiahouston.org for details.

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AND OTHER FUN THINGS

• August 14

America’s Test Kitchen Live. Join the host of the PBS show for an insider’s view of the program. See spahouston.org for details.

• August 16

Creation Care Fest/Environmental Extravaganza includes practical talks on energy and water conservation and more, plus informational booths from area environmental nonprofits, and activities for children. 10am–4pm at Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rice Village. Details at tkelc.org/creation-care-opportunities.

• August 23

La Valiente 2014. Voices Breaking Boundaries celebrates writers/poets Gwendolyn Zepeda and Rich Levy. See vbbarts.org for details.

• Through September 17

Sundown at The Grove. Hit Discovery Green on Wednesday evenings for this summertime event. Enjoy beer flights and craft bites on the rooftop overlooking the park. Fifteen-dollar tickets also include music. See thegrovehouston.com/sundown.

 

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• Daily (Sun.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Planned Parenthood offers free, anonymous, or confidential testing at clinic locations throughout the area. To speak with an HIV counselor: 1-800-230-PLAN. Dickinson: 281/337-7725. Fannin: 713/831-6543. FM1960: 281/587-8081. Greenspoint: 281/445-4553. Huntsville: 936/295-6396. Lufkin: 936/634-8446 x223. Rosenberg: 281/342-3950. Stafford: 281/494-9848.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Free HIV testing, with no Gold Card or donation required or requested. 9am–1pm. HCHD Thomas Street Clinic, 2015 Thomas St. • 713/873-4157 • 713/873-4026.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Houston Area Community Services (HACS) offers free, confidential HIV testing with results in less than one minute on a daily basis (Mon–Thurs: 9am–6pm, Fri: 8am–5pm). No appointment necessary. 2150 West 18th St. (Heights area). HACS Testing Calendar with additional outreach locations: hacstxs.org/testing.html. Contact HACS about testing: testing@hacstxs.org or 713/426-0027.

• Daily (Mon.–Fri.)

HIV Testing. Legacy Community Health Services provides free rapid HIV testing with results in 20 minutes at the following locations on a weekly basis. MONDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic (1415 California St.), 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic (502 Lyons Ave.), 1–5pm; George Sports Bar, 6–9pm; EJ’s, 9pm–12am • TUESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm; 611 Hyde Park Pub, 6:30–9pm • WEDNESDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Montrose, 4–8pm; Club Houston, 6–10pm; Crystal Night Club, 10pm–2am • THURSDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–6pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; Walgreens–Lyons, 2–5pm; Midtowne Spa, 5–9pm; Guava Lamp, 6:30–9pm; Ripcord, 6:30–10pm • FRIDAYS: Legacy Montrose Clinic, 11am–4pm; Club Houston, 1–4pm; Legacy Lyons Clinic, 1–5pm; TC’s Showbar, 4–8pm; Tony’s Corner Pocket, 4:30–8:30pm. • Legacy Testing Calendar: http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=legacytestingservices&.

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ONGOING

(Sundays)
The Women’s Group, a feminist group for all women. 10:30am. First Unitarian Universalist Church’s Sojourner Truth Room, 5200 Fannin St. • 713/529-8571.

• Weekly (Mondays)
EMBody: Introduction to Yoga. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Gay Men’s Survivors of Sexual Assault Support. 630pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard. Confidential and open-ended Interpersonal group for adult gay men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. For Information about joining, call 713/529-0037. Service Is offered on an affordable sliding scale. montrosecounselingcenter.org.
Women’s Survivors of Sexual Assault Support. 630pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard. Confidential and supportive therapy group for women who have experienced sexual assault either as children or as adults. For Information about joining, call 713/529-0037. Service Is offered on an affordable sliding scale. montrosecounselingcenter.org.
Depression Bipolar Support Group. 7pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Helping TransGenders Anonymous, a facilitated support group for all transgenders, supporters, family, and significant others. 7pm. 2515 Waugh Dr. • tgctr.org.
Fathers First. Houston’s original gay fathers group supports gay dads who are dealing with coming-out issues, and family and life challenges after being married to a woman. Meets every Monday except holidays. 7:30pm. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold St., Room 230 • fathersfirstofhouston.com.

• Weekly (Tuesdays)
HIV Support Group Lunch Brunch. 11am. Bering Memorial UMC, 1440 Harold, Room 214 • 713/526-1017, ext. 202.
HATCH’s Transgender Support Group and Speak Out for Youth. 5pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Domestic Violence/Relationship Wellness Group. 630pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard. Confidential support group for members of  the GLBT community who have experienced domestic violence in past or current relationships. In joining this group, please call 713/529-0037. Serivce Is offered on an affordable sliding scale. montrosecounselingcenter.org.

• Weekly (Wednesdays)
LGBT HIV+ Support Group. 930am. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. Support group open to all GLBT Individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS. 713/529-0037. montrosecounselingcenter.org.
EMBody: Mindfulness, Well-Being, Stress Reduction. 11am. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037. (Moved from Tuesdays to Wednesdays)
Coming Out Support Group. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard. Discuss and be educated about issues dealing with coming out. montrosecounselingcenter.org. 713/529-0037
HIV Support Group BSSG. 6:30pm. Bering Memorial UMC, 1440 Harold, Fellowship Hall • 713/526-1017.
Zumba exercise class with Crystal Wall. 6:30pm. House of Deréon Media Center, 2204 Crawford St. • 713/772-5175.
Houston Pride Band seeks all brass, woodwind, and percussion players of all skill levels for rehearsal. 7:30pm. Bethel UCC, 1107 Shepherd Dr. • 713/315-2525 • houstonprideband.org.

• Weekly (Thursdays)
Depression Bipolar Support Group. 11am. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Ling-Term Survivor’s Group for HIV+ Gay Men. 1:30pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. montrosecounselingcenter.org. 713/529-0037.
WHAM! Whole Health Action Management peer group. 2pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Southern Country, a country-and-western dance troupe, offers free dance lessons. 8:30pm. EJ’s Bar, 2517 Ralph St. • southerncountryhouston.com.

• Weekly (Fridays)
Gulf Pride for Youth, a support group for GLBTIQA youth ages 13–20. 6–9pm. 707 23rd St., Galveston • gulfprideforyouth.org.
HATCH Youth Group. 7pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Weekly (Saturdays)
Dignity Houston. 7:30pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org. Inclusive community of LGBT Catholics and their friends. Meet for prayer and religious services.

• Weekly (Sundays)
HATCH Youth Group. 6pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Semi-Monthly (1st and 3rd Thur.)
Center HIV Support Group. Facilitated support group for HIV-positive individuals. 6pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, Historic Dow School, 1900 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org • 713/524-3818.

• Monthly (1st Sun.)
National Leather Association–Houston. Open to the public. Service comes in various areas including education in order to dispel stereotypes, misconceptions, and media representation about the leather/BDSM/fetish family in the community at large. 12pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard. For more Information, go to nlahoustontx.org.
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Houston provides educational presentations of LGBT topics, small-group confidential discussions, and supportive fellowship. 1:30pm. St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 5501 S. Main St. • pflaghouston.org.

• Monthly (1st Sat.)
First Saturday Arts Market. Local artists display and sell original works of art. Evenings. Wind Water Gallery, 548 West 19th St. Free admission. firstsaturdayartsmarket.com

First Saturday Queer Bingo benefits Houston GLBT Community Center. 2–4:30pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, Historic Dow School, 1900 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunity center.org • 713/524-3818.

• Monthly (2nd Tues.)
Free Legal Consultations for PWAs. AIDS Foundation Houston and Katine & Nechman L.L.P. offer 30 minutes of free legal consultation on any legal issue to persons with HIV and AIDS, by appointment. Katine & Nechman, 1834 Southmore Blvd @ Almeda Rd.• lawkn.com • info@lawkn.com  • 713/808-1000.

• Monthly (2nd Thurs.)
Ryan White Planning Council. 11:30am. 2223 W. Loop South • rwpchouston.org • 713-572-3724.
SPRY Potluck for Seniors. 4pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.

• Monthly (2nd Sat.)
AssistHers helps lesbians coping with life-threatening illnesses by providing non-medical assistance. Volunteers meet for fellowship and education followed by lunch at a local restaurant. 9:30am–noon. Bering Memorial United Methodist Church, 1440 Harold St. • assisthers.org • 713/521-4628.

• Monthly (3rd Sat.)
Queer Book Club. 1pm. Whole Foods, 701 Waugh Drive. For more Information about meetings and current book selection, contact freninger@montrosecenter.org or call 713/529-0037, ext. 362. montrosecoundselingcenter.org.

• Monthly (3rd Sun.)
LOAF Meet and Greet. Lesbians Over Age Fifty meet for munchies and fellowship. 2–4pm. Montrose Center, 401 Branard St. • loafhouston.org • 281/467-2578.

• Monthly (2nd Wed.)
Log Cabin Republicans. Theo’s Restaurant, 812 Westheimer. 7pm • facebook.comgroups/102199491979/?fref=ts.

• Monthly (3rd Thurs.)
SPRY Movie Afternoon for Seniors. 1 pm. Montrose Counseling Center, 401 Branard St. • montrosecounselingcenter.org • 713/529-0037.
Affected Community Committee of the Ryan White Planning Council. 2:30pm. rwpchouston.org • 713-572-3724. (Moved from the third Tuesday to third Thursday.)
Share with PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 7:30–9pm. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s Chatham Room, 1805 W. Alabama • pflaghouston.org.

• Monthly (3rd Fri.)
Triple D: Dykes, Dinner, and Discussion offers dinner and conversation about health, family, dating, equality, community awareness, and freedom of speech. 7pm. Houston GLBT Community Center, 1901 Kane St. • houstonglbtcommunity center.org • 713/524-3818.

• Monthly (3rd Sat.)
Discovery Green Flea by Night. Local music, kids’ activities, bicycle repair workshop, and 40+ vendors selling vintage clothing, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, and more. 11am-5pm. Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St. • discoverygreen.com • 713/400-7336.

• Monthly (4th Sun.)
Share with the Clear Lake satellite of PFLAG Houston in a safe, confidential setting. 2–4pm. Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church Fellowship Hall, 17503 El Camino Real, Clear Lake • pflaghouston.org.

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