THE LAVENDER SCARE is a documentary film chronicling a little-known chapter of American history—the U.S. government’s forty-year campaign to remove homosexuals from the federal workforce. Senior Pride was proud to present THE LAVENDER SCARE, with producer Josh Howard in person, at the Loft here in Tucson in January 2019. If you missed it, or were so moved you want to see it again, you can tune in to Arizona Public Media, PBS, Channel Six, at 9pm on Tuesday, June 18.
The Senior Pride Book Club meets monthly to enjoy companionship and engage in lively discussion of a wide variety of books! Our group is diverse and welcomes all who share our interest in reading books and talking about them.
Third Wednesday of every month, 2-3:30pm
Ward 3 Council Office conference room
(Council member Paul Durham)
1510 E Grant Road
Tucson (and Vine)
»View on Google Maps
Next meeting: JUNE 19
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
Coordinated by Les Tannenbaum
For more info: 520-312-8923 or email
Join us for a fabulous afternoon of history, herstory and fun when Bring Your Stories to Life writing workshop participants share their stories with the community.
SAT, JUN 29
Cornerstone Fellowship Social Hall
2902 N. Geronimo
FREE. Donations accepted.
Please don’t wear scented products.
June 28-30, 2019, summerpride celebrates the spirit of liberation and equality ignited by the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion with a 3 day series of events including The Indigo Girls, a film screening, a happy hour, a brunch, a pool party, a gala concert honoring 50 LGBT Heroes with a tribute to Judy Garland – and more!
SUN, JUNE 30
HEAT WAVE POOL PARTY
BRUNCH AT HiFi
A FREE workshop from Social Security!
When are you eligible to receive retirement benefits?
How does early retirement affect your benefits?
Do you qualify for disability, survivors and spouse benefits?
How do you get the most from your benefit?
What is the future of Social Security?
When should you file for Medicare?
Plus, learn how to use your “my Social Security” online account and other online services.
Before the workshop, go to SocialSecurity.gov and create a “my Social Security” account. Then print out your Social Security statement and bring that with you to the workshop.
With speaker, Jack Burns
Public Affairs Specialist
Social Security Administration
TUE, JULY 2
530 N Wilmot Rd
Pima County Murphy-Wilmot Library, event coordinator
Our series is open to everyone and always features interesting speakers, opportunities for networking and Senior Pride updates.
2nd Tuesday of each month (except August), 2-3pm
Himmel Park Library
1035 N Treat Ave (off Speedway)
NEXT: TUE, JUL 9, 2-3pm
Speaker: Karyn Garvin of Diversity Toastmasters Group
Topic: Learn how Tucson’s LGBTQ Toastmasters gain self confidence, personal growth and communications skills.
More info: contact us.
2 hour presentation followed by 1 hour Q&A.
No reservation required. No cost to attend.
530 N Wilmot Rd
4th Tuesday of every month starting at 2pm
(no presentation on 12/24/19)
Woods Memorial Library
3455 N First Ave
2nd Thursday of every month starting at 2pm
Pima Council on Aging neither sells nor endorses any Medicare plans.