Need help caring for your animal companion? Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW) is a volunteer organization working toward ensuring that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. In addition to a trap/neuter/return program for community cats and a marketing campaign to adopt locally (culminating in a mega adoption event), PAAW has a program to help housebound seniors and disabled individuals get what they need for their pets.
NEXT POTLUCK DATE: SAT, FEB 24, 2018
Because Cornerstone Fellowship Hall will be under construction for some weeks, there will be no Potluck on the 4th Saturday of January, but there WILL be a Potluck on the 4th Saturday of February (Feb 24).
THE PFLAG/SENIOR PRIDE HOLIDAY POTLUCK on Saturday, Dec 9, 2017 was FABULOUS! 48 in attendance! PFLAG went all out again with festive decorations, fresh flowers, amazing food, generous spirits and energetic helping hands. Senior Pride brought tasty sides and desserts. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH.
Desert Voices Annual Fundraiser Cabaret presents
Desert Voices Got Talent / Duets
Feb 24, 6-9pm
6245 E Bellevue St., Tucson
Come to Tucson’s premiere LGBTQ chorus’ annual fundraiser cabaret, with hors d’oeuvres and libations and silent/live auction!
Do you hate singing alone? So do we! Join us for a night of duets between friends, lovers and family as we celebrate the importance of relationships with Desert Voices. From laughing to crying, we will sing through the evening.
With hostess Lucinda Holliday
Catered by Feast
Cash bar and complimentary beer/wine
Adults only/under 21 must be accompanied by an adult
Tickets are selling fast!
The 4th annual Rev It Up! presents
Leslie Jordan EXPOSED
March 10, 7:30pm (VIP reception at 6:30pm)
The FOX Theater
17 W Congress St., Tucson
Reveille is very excited to be providing an entertainment fundraiser that includes the Emmy Award winning Leslie Jordan in his one man show: EXPOSED.
The evening also includes Reveille’s annual award recognition:
- Joel Meister Community Impact Award: Jonathan Rothschild
- Reveille Volunteer Award: Michael Rogers
- Reveille Leadership Award: Shawn Cullen
General show tickets: $18-$60
VIP Pre-show Reception tickets: $125
- Hosted bar by David “Fitz” Fitzsimmons
- Fundraiser auction
- Meet and greet with Mr. Jordan
- Photo ops with Fitz and Mr. Jordan
- VIP seats at the front of house
For the second year, Senior Pride mounts an LGBTQ presence at the 2018 Tucson Festival of Books, March 10-11, on the University of Arizona campus. Senior Pride is pleased to support the festival
Find Senior Pride at Booth #132!
These LGBTQ Authors will be presenting:
bell hooks and Fenton Johnson (March 11, 1pm, SBS tent)
Carolina de Robertis (March 10-11, more info TBA)
»Get the full scoop
Senior Pride meetings are open to everyone, are wheelchair accessible and always feature interesting speakers!
2nd Tuesday of each month (except August), 2-3pm
Himmel Park Library
1035 N Treat Ave (off Speedway)
NEXT: Tuesday, Mar 13, 2-3pm
Deb Knox and Sharon Kha
TOPIC: POSSSLQ (Person of Same Sex Sharing Living Quarters) – Shared Living Arrangements: roommate relations, contracts, agreements, communication
Learn about upcoming meeting speakers from our newsletter, The Senior Forum.
More info: Call 520-312-8923 or email us.
The Senior Pride Book Group meets monthly to enjoy books and companionship!
Third Wednesday of every month, 2-3:30pm
NEXT: Wed, Mar 21, 2-3:30pm
Our April meeting date: April 18
We have decided to select books by LGBTQ authors and the first such choice on February 21 is Everywhere Home by Fenton Johnson, one of the LGBTQ authors to be featured at the upcoming Tucson Festival of Books. Everywhere Home is a collection of essays bearing witness to the possibility of progress—especially in terms of gay rights. Johnson, professor of creative writing in the English Department at the University of Arizona, has written several novels and non-fiction books as well as many essays for publications including Harper’s Magazine and the New York Times.
Ward 3 Council Office conference room
(Council member Paul Durham)
1510 E Grant Road, Tucson
Coordinated by Stephen Higley.
For more info: Call Steve at (520) 312-8923 or email Steve.
Join us for a great discussion and companionship!
Coordinated by Stephen Higley.
For more info: Call Steve at (520) 312-8923 or email Steve
Celebrating LGBT Health Awareness Week and the International Transgender Day of Visibility, Harmony Hospice proudly presents GEN SILENT, a documentary film from the award winning Mad Stu Productions, featuring six LGBT older adults as they deal with surviving in a care system that is hostile to their lifestyles.
TMC has lots of new classes for seniors coming up!
The Holocaust History Center
on the campus of
the Jewish History Museum
564 South Stone Avenue
SEP 1, 2017 to MAY 31, 2018
WED, THU, SAT and SUN: 1-5pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday