Saturday, January 19, 2019

Central / Health: Transforming Care Conference

Activists, academics, community members, and health and social services professionals are encouraged to attend this two-day conference that addresses health disparities affecting the LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS communities.

The conference will provide a unique opportunity for professionals and community members to come together to share not only research and best practices but practical information like family planning, wellness activities, and health and safety initiatives.

Conference speakers, sessions and registration info will be added when it becomes available.

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Central / Education: 2019 TransOhio Symposium

Here’s the schedule so for this year’s 11th Annual TransOhio Symposium:
Friday, April 26:
8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.: Providers Day
6 p.m.-8 p.m.: Meet & Greet
Saturday, April 27:
8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.: General Symposium
6 p.m.-8 p.m.: Youth Night
Here’s info if you’re interested in submitting a proposal for a workshop session.
More info will be posted as it becomes available.
Registration is $35 for Saturday, $25 for Sunday and $55 for both days; free for youth under 18 and $25 for parents; $150 for the Providers Day and $200 for the Providers Day and the symposium; and $240 for allies. Register here.
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West / Fundraiser: RED Dayton

RED Dayton Table Design Gala is a biennial event produced by and to benefit Equitas Health. Equitas Health is Ohio’s premier community-based, not-for-profit provider of a comprehensive, coordinated and cutting-edge response to HIV/AIDS, from prevention to diagnosis and treatment.

RED Dayton will highlight the talents, creativity, and imagination of the area’s top artists and designers. Dining tables will be decorated around a central theme.

You’ll enjoy strolling through the fabulous designer tables as you partake in an array of delicious hors d’oeuvre and cocktails. At dinner time, you will dine at your uniquely designed table.

We’ll add ticket information as soon as it’s available.

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Southwest / Fundraiser: Caracole Run/Walk for AIDS

Join us as a runner or walker for Caracole’s 6th Annual 5K/10K for AIDS.

Enjoy the trails through lovely Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum while supporting Caracole’s mission.

Registration for the 5K is $25 online or $35 the day of the event. Registration for the 10K is $40 online or $50 the day of the event. Register here.

 

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West / Health: Transgender Mental Health Summit

This all-day conference will:

• Discuss recent academic research for serving the mental health needs of transgender and gender diverse populations.

• Identify common needs of caregivers/guardians of transgender youth and ways to support the family.

• Enhance skills and increase confidence for providing mental health services to the transgender and gender diverse communities.

• Connect mental health and social services providers with resources for serving transgender and gender diverse populations.

The keynote speaker is Ashton Colby of Gender Youphoria.

Equitas Health is an accredited provider of CEs for social workers and counselors, as well as MCEs from the Ohio Psychological Association. The total number of contact hours for these programs is currently pending.

Registration is $125 before Feb. 8 and $150 after. Students may register and attend for $25 with a valid student ID. Click here for a registration link.

 

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Northeast / Lecture: Natural History of Sexuality in Early America

This lecture is presented by Greta LaFleur, assistant professor of American studies at Yale University and director of the graduate studies program in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies.

The lecture will focus on her recent book, “Natural History of Sexuality in Early America,” which brings together the history of sexuality and early environmental studies to explore how sexual behaviors were understood in the 18h-century Atlantic world..

If sexology—the science of sex—came into being sometime in the 19th century, then how did statesmen, scientists, and everyday people make meaning out of sex before that point?

In “The Natural History of Sexuality in Early America,” Greta LaFleur demonstrates that 18th-century natural history—the study of organic life in its environment—actually provided the intellectual foundations for the later development of the scientific study of sex.

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Southwest / Fundraiser: Greater Cincinnati Color Ball

The annual HRC Cincinnati Dinner brings together hundreds of local HRC members, friends, families and allies for an evening of celebration and inspiration. Featuring a cocktail reception, an extensive silent and live auction, an elegant dinner, live entertainment, and thought-provoking speakers and guests, the HRC Cincinnati Dinner attracts the top figures in entertainment and politics.

This year’s honorees are the U.S. Bank Employee Resource Group, which will receive the group’s Corporate Award. Michael Chanak Jr., will receive the David C. Crowley Leadership Award.

Tickets are $200, with discounts offered to members of HRC’s Federal Club. Student tickets are $125. You can buy tickets here.

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Northeast / Canton Ohio Prime Timers Dinner

The group for mature gay and bi men meets twice a month for dinner at different restaurants throughout the area.

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Southwest / Music: Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour

After more than half a century on the road and an unparalleled career that has redefined the cultural landscape and seen Elton John claim his place as a true global icon, the superstar is taking his farewell tour.

The Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour will consist of more than 300 shows across five continents, hitting North America, Europe, Asia, South America and Australasia before reaching its conclusion in 2021.

Elton’s new stage production will take his fans on a musical and highly visual journey spanning a 50-year career of hits like no one has ever seen before.

“Performing live fuels me and I’m ecstatic and humbled to continue to play to audiences across the globe,” Elton says. “I plan to bring the passion and creativity that has entertained my fans for decades to my final tour. After the tour finishes, I’m very much looking forward to closing off that chapter of my life by saying farewell to life on the road. I need to dedicate more time to raising my children.”

Tickets for are on sale now and are going for $197 to $1,534. You can buy them here.

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Northeast / Theater: ‘Hay Fever’

A true British comedy of wit from Noël Coward, “Hay Fever” enters the eccentric minds of a retired actress, her novelist husband and their family.

A weekend retreat is anything but relaxing when unsuspecting family and their guests are enlisted as pawns in their outrageous theatrical games.

Mismatched romantic pairings and explosive familial rivalries bring out the worst in this dysfunctional team of players.

Tickets to this production of the Case Western/Cleveland Play House MFA program are $15 and available here.

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