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Events in Grand River Rainbow Communities


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1992

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1992, January * GLLOW: Tuesday Night Discussion Group Starts

In January 1992, the Tuesday Night Discussion Group began at GLLOW, proving to be a big success, with topics such as coming out, friends, relationships, and religion.
[source: Jim Parrott.]

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1992, January * GLOBAL: The Beginnings

An article by Feaz Rahim, on p.3 of the March 1992 Issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar, began: “On February 6, Peter J. Dillon, U of W Geography student and GLLOW member, addressed a sociology class at Wilfrid Laurier University on the topics of homophobia and being gay.” Towards the end of this article was the statement: “Dillon's speech at Laurier, however, comes at a critical time because in the last couple of weeks there has been a concentrated effort to set up a gay and lesbian association there.” This would place the beginnings of GLOBAL around late January, 1992. [It would be some time before the group was actually set up.]
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.3.]

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1992, February 6 * GLOW: Speaking at WLU Sociology Class

In an article by Feaz Rahim, on p.3 of the March 1992 Issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar, we read: “On February 6, Peter J. Dillon, U of W Geography student and GLLOW member, addressed a sociology class at Wilfrid Laurier University on the topics of homophobia and being gay.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.3.]

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1992, March or Earlier * Pink Zone Night Club

The Pink Zone night club opens in the location previously used by the Half and Half night club (Kitchener).
[source: Nigel Flear.]

The transition had already occurred by March 1992, since the listing of bars and clubs on p.7 of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar lists the Pink Zone, but not the Half and Half. The location was 223 1/2 King Street in Kitchener.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March * Pink Triangle Community Calendar

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar consisted of 12 regular pages, with an additional sheet containing information about subscriptions and advertising rates. The masthead (on p.2) stated “The PTCC has been published through the efforts of volunteers, for the most part students, with considerable financial support provided by the Gay & Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo. The PTCC staff of publishers and editors includes: Chris Chin, Tony Diep, Peter J. Dillon and Feaz Rahim.” The issue included an article by Peter J. Dillon entitled “Death of University Groups,” indicating, among other things, that the University of Western Ontario had been without a campus group since the previous year, and that there were currently attempts at Wilfrid Laurier University to “start up a gay and lesbian group but the WLU Student Union requirements stipulate that a minimum of seven full-time students and an executive support the group.” Dillon indicates that this sort of requirement is problematic at many universities, where students are often still coming out. There is a note describing Women Out of Doors (WOODS), and indicating that they had already been in existence for three and a half years. There was also a piece by a heterosexual person arguing for understanding amongst people of different sexualities. There was an article by Feaz Rahim about a talk by Peter J. Dillon to a sociology class at Wilfrid Laurier University on the topics of homophobia and being gay, a notice about GLLOW's Speaker's Bureau, an ad for the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County, an article by Peter J. Dillon about the bars and clubs in Montreal's gay village, an ad for Lesbian & Gay Youth of Toronto, an ad for Harbinger of Spring Women's Dance in Kitchener, a listing of events in March, some “Outings” (events that would involve some travel), a listing of local bars and clubs, some general notices, a listing of local radio shows, a listing of local organizations, information on the GLLOW Line, short biographies on two famous queer people (Eleanor Roosevelt and Leonard Bernstein), a cartoon and a poem, some classified ads, and a list of some local women's music concerts in March.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue.]

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1992, March 1 (Sunday) * Older and Wiser Lesbians (OWLs): Brunch and Theatre

“Sunday 1. Brunch and Theatre. OWLs hosts potluck Sunday brunch. In the afternoon, we'll head to Toronto to catch one of the alternative theatre productions. Brunch 10:00-Noon. For more info call GLLOW at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 2 (Monday) * International Women's Week: Film Screenings at the Princess Cinema, Waterloo

“Monday 2. International Women's Week. Celebrations in Waterloo Region: The Princess will show films by women directors every Monday in March.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 3 (Tuesday) * International Women's Week: Women's Strength and Courage

“Tuesday 3. International Women's Week: Women's Strength and Courage. 7:30-9:30 Eby Room, Kitchener Public Library. Part 1: Healing After Sexual Assault. Part 2: Empowerment. Followed by poetry readings.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 3 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Building an Intimate Relationship

Tuesday 3. “GLLOW Discussion Group: Building an Intimate Relationship. University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Room 173, 7:30 pm sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 3 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: PFLAG Discussion Group

Tuesday 3. “GGLE hosts a PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) discussion group at the University of Guelph. Call ###-#### for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 4 (Wednesday) * International Women's Week: Women Coping with Addictions

“Wednesday 4. International Women's Week: Women Coping with Addictions. 7:30-9:30 Auditorium, Kitchener Public Library. by AACTS.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 7 (Saturday) * International Women's Week: Workshops on Women's Topics

“Saturday 7. International Women's Week: Workshops on Women's topics. Charles St. Senior Citizens Centre, Kitchener. 10:00-11:00: How Women Are Portrayed in the Media. 11:15-12:15: Women and Accessibility - Panel, 12:15-1:15: Sandwiches and Drinks Available. 1:15-4:00 Topics: Women's Spirituality, The Goddess, Native Spirituality, Feminists Theology.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 7 (Saturday) * Harbinger of Spring Women's Dance, Kitchener

“Harbinger of Spring Women's Dance. Saturday, March 7, 1992. Coffee, drinks, and music to have conversation by, from 6 - 9. Music to dance to from 9 - 1. Royal Canadian Legion, 48 Ontario Street, Kitchener (Corner of Duke and Ontario Streets) $6 At the door, $5 Advance.” It is interesting to note that this Branch of the Legion was once again renting to members of our community (see events in April 1983).
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.5.]

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1992, March 8 (Sunday) * International Women's Week: Peace Rally and March

“Sunday 8. International Women's Week: Peace Rally and March. 1:00 pm: Meet at the Rink-in-the-Park, Waterloo and walk to Speaker's Corner, downtown Kitchener for 2pm rally.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 10 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: As We Grow Older

“Tuesday 10. GLLOW Discussion Group: As We Grow Older -- Issues For Us All. University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Room 173, 7:30 pm sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 13 (Friday) * Older and Wiser Lesbians: Goes to Judy Small Concert

“Friday 13. OWLs goes to Judy Small concert. Emmanuel United Church, 22 Bridgeport Rd. West, Waterloo. Please see ad in this issue.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 13 (Friday) * Women's Music March Concerts: Judy Small Concert

“Fri. Mar. 13. Judy Small, Emmanuel United Church, 22 Bridgeport Rd. W., Waterloo. $13 (advance); $14 (door); Available at Provident Bookstore. ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.12.]

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1992, March 17 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Maintaining Intimacy in Long-Term Relationships

“Tuesday 17. GLLOW Discussion Group: Maintaining Intimacy in Long-Term Relationships. University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Room 173, 7:30 pm sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar,, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 18 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: GLLOW & Student Christian Movement: Homosexuality and the Church

“Wednesday 18. GLLOW and the Student Christian Movement present 'Homosexuality and the Church: A Liberating Perspective'. Gay United Church representative Rev. Eilert Frerichs, former chaplain at the University of Toronto will present an important and informative talk on resolving religion and homosexuality. University of Waterloo, Modern Languages Building, Room 104, 8:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar,, March 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, March 24 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Is There A Place For Gays and Lesbians in the Church?

“Tuesday 24. GLLOW Discussion Group: Is There A Place For Gays and Lesbians in the Church? University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Room 173, 7:30 pm sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar,, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March 25 (Wednesday) * UW Drama Dept.: Laughing Wild

“Wednesday 25. UW Drama Dept. presents: Laughing Wild. A gay positive play that documents one mans sexual development, and deviance from the 'straight' world in the eyes of religion and society. 8:00 pm Theatre of the Arts, University of Waterloo Call ###-#### for tickets. $8.00 ($6 for students and seniors). Continues until Saturday 28 March.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March 27 (Friday) * Women's Music March Concerts: Connie Kaldor Concert

“Fri. Mar. 27. Connie Kaldor, Emmanuel United Church, 22 Bridgeport Rd. W., Waterloo. $14 (advance); $16 (door); Available at Provident Bookstore. ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.12.]

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1992, March 27 (Friday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Dance

Friday 27. “GGLE Dance at 33 MAC in Guelph, starts at 9:00pm. call ###-#### for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March 28 (Saturday) * Women's Music March Concerts: Two Nice Girls Concert

“Sat. Mar. 28. Two Nice Girls, The Commercial Tavern, 3 Church St. N., Maryhill. Available at HMV Records in Waterloo (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.12.]

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1992, March 28 (Saturday) * The Pink Zone: Beach Party

Saturday 28. “The Pink Zone holds a Beach Party. Call ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March 28 (Saturday) * ACCKWA & ACGWC: Cabaret Dance

Saturday 28. “Second Annual Cabaret/Dance at The Loft, Guelph. Sponsored by ACCKWA & ACGWC Tickets $10, doors open at 7:00pm in Guelph call ###-####, in K-W call ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, March 31 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: AIDS and Closeness With Friends and Lovers

“Tuesday 31. GLLOW Discussion Group: AIDS and Closeness With Friends and Lovers. University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Room 173, 7:30 pm sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992 * Timothy Steven's Night Club

Shortly after the opening of the Pink Zone night club, Timothy Steven's night club opened in the old Circles venue at 24 Charles St, Kitchener, but closed some time in 1993.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1992, April 2 (Thursday) - April 4 (Saturday) * London Lesbian Film Festival: Projecting Ourselves

“April 2- 4 'Projecting Ourselves' London Lesbian Film Festival. For info call ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, March 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, April * GLLOW: T-Shirts for Sale

GLLOW produced white t-shirts with the phrase “Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo” encircling a solid black triangle. The venture proved to be a financial loss and they were sold to members for $10 each one year later. (GLLOW members paid $10 per year as membership in 1992.)
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1992, May * Pink Triangle Community Calendar

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar consisted of 12 pages. The masthead (on p.2) stated “The ptcc has been published through the efforts of volunteers, for the most part students, with considerable financial support provided by the Gay & Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo. The ptcc staff of publishers and editors are: Chris Chin, Tony Diep, and Peter J. Dillon.” The issue included an review (beginning on p.2 and concluded on p.8) by Lynne Waddington of the First Annual London Lesbian Film Festival. There was a letter to the Editor by Jim Parrott about the GLLOW Discussion Group, and a letter by Bob Bawboza about how the RCMP outed thousands of gays during the 1960s. There was a travelogue piece by Chris B. about a gay woman's experience in Montreal, a report by Chris Chin about the recent formation of the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Collective of the Student Union of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, an ad for a “Summer T-Dance” on May 3, 1992 at Circles (sponsored by ACCKWA, GGLE and GLLOW), and an article by Chris Chin on the dearth of sexuality-related campaigns mounted by provincial and federal agencies and organizations. This was followed by a two-page listing of events from May 2 to June 7, brief biographies of two famous queer-folk (Rob Eichberg and Natalie Goldberg), a list of local organizations, bars and clubs, radio shows, some “Outings” (events that would involve some travel), general notices, an ad for a series of 7 gay & lesbian films to be shown at the Princess Cinema from May 6 to June 17, and a page of classified ads.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue.]

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1992, May 2 (Saturday) * Beau Krause PWA Foundation in London: Yard Sale

“Saturday 2. Beau Krause PWA Foundation in London holds yet another yard sale, 776 Wellington St. in London. Call the BKPWA Foundation at ###-#### in London for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 2 (Saturday) * Lacey's B-Bar in London: AIDS Benefit

Saturday 2. “Lacey's B-Bar in London presents 'Shoot for the Stars', a new Shooter Sisters Show, with specialguest Liza. 10:30 pm. Limited number tickets available from Lacey's at $7 per person. Proceeds to the AIDS Committee of London (ACOL).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 3 (Sunday) * Circles: Tea Dance: Benefit for ACCKWA, GGLE & GLLOW

“Sunday 3. Afternoon Tea Dance at Circles in Kitchener. A joint benefit for ACCKWA, GGLE & GLLOW. The grill will be open for food items. 4 pm to 1 am. $3 cover charge.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 3 (Sunday) * AIDS Walk, London

Sunday 3. “‘Walk and Be Counted’: 3rd Annual London Cares 10 km Walk-a-thon for AIDS Care & Education takes place in London. 1:00pm, Victoria Park Bandshell. Pledge sheets are available from Lacey's and ACOL. Participation equals Success.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 3 (Sunday) * Women Out Of Doors: Cycling

Sunday 3. “WOODS in KW go cycling. For more information, call Deb in KW at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 5 (Tuesday) * Ferron in Concert: Emmanuel United Church, Waterloo

“Tuesday 5. Ferron in concert at Emmanuel United Church in Waterloo. 8:00 pm. Tickets $15 in advance or $17 at the door. For phone orders and other ticket information call ###-#### in KW.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 5 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Relationships With Our Parents

Tuesday 5. “GLLOW Discussion Group: Relationships With Our Parents. University of Waterloo, Environmental Studies Building 2, Rm 173. 7:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 6 (Wednesday) * Ferron in Concert: Kiplings in London

“Wednesday 6. Ferron in concert at Kiplings in London. 9:00 pm. All tickets $15 from Kiplings Box Office. ###-#### in London.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 6 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Poison

Wednesday 6. “Poison. an experimental style film about a mad scientist; a patricidal boy and gay prison inmates. The first in a series of New Gay & Lesbian Films presented by the Princess Cinema.” Screening at 9:15.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6 & p.11.]

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1992, May 7 (Thursday) * Ferron in Concert: Tivoli Theatre

“Thursday 7. Ferron in concert at Tivoli Theatre in Hamilton. 8:00 pm. Tickets $14 and $16 from Tivoli Box Office ###-#### in Hamilton or Women's Bookstop ###-#### in Hamilton.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 7 (Thursday) * 33 MAC: Womyn's Night

Thursday 7. “Thirty-Three MAC opens their Womyn's Nights with an all-request DJ which will take place every Thursday.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 10 (Sunday) * 33 MAC: Tea-Dance

“Sunday 10. Thirty-Three MAC hosts a patio-opener with a tea-dance 2pm-8pm and an all-request DJ.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 12 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Friends & Lovers

“Tuesday 12. GLLOW Discussion Group: Friends & Lovers. University of Waterloo, ES2, Rm 173. 7:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 13 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Together Alone

“Wednesday 13. Together Alone. A contemporary film about two men who turn a one-night stand into an intimate discussion about life. Part of the New Gay & Lesbian Films presented by The Princess Cinema.” Screening at 9:00
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6 & p.11..]

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1992, May 13 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: GLLOW Night

Wednesday 13. “First GLLOW night of the new semester. 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm everyone is welcome to drop in. Modern Languages Bldg Room 104 Univ. of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.6.]

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1992, May 14 (Thursday) * Homophile Association of London: Ladies' Choice Dance

“Thursday 14. Ladies' Choice Dance at HALO. Call HALO for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 16 (Saturday) * Homophile Association of London: Options Lounge: Hoe-Down

“Saturday 16. HALO's 2nd Floor Options Lounge presents 'Options' Country Hoe-Down: the Sequel'. Donations graciously accepted at the door for this down-home country/western show.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 17 (Sunday) * ACCKWA: AIDS Candlelight Memorial

“Sunday 17. 9th International Aids Candellight Memorial and Mobilization. Events worldwide; in KW, call ACCKWA for local events.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 17 (Sunday) * 33 MAC: Tea-Dance

Sunday 17. “Thirty-Three MAC presents a 'Sunny Day' Tea-Dance 2pm-8pm. Everyone welcome!” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 19 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Being Lesbian/Gay in the Workplace

“Tuesday 19. GLLOW Discussion Group: Being Lesbian/Gay in the Workplace. University of Waterloo, ES2, Rm 173. 7:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 20 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Paris is Burning

“Wednesday 20. Paris is Burning. a touching and humorous documentary about the world of 'voguing' in gay New York. The third in a series of New Gay & Lesbian Films presented by the Princess Cinema.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 21 (Thursday) * 33 MAC: Karaoke Night

“Thursday 21. Thirty-Three MAC hosts a 'Night of Song' on their Thursday Womyn's Night with karaoke.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 23 (Saturday) * 33 MAC: Go-Go Dancing

“Saturday 23. Thirty-Three MAC presents Go-Go dancing on their Boy's Night.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 26 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Tuesday Evening Discussion Group: Dealing With Infatuation & Crushes

“Tuesday 26. GLLOW Discussion Group: Dealing With Infatuation & Crushes. University of Waterloo, ES2, Rm 173. 7:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 27 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Young Soul Rebels

“Wednesday 27. Young Soul Rebels. A contemporary British film about two, young black disc jockey's (one gay and one straight) just beginning to define themselves. Part of The New Gay & Lesbian Film series presented by the Princess Cinema.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 28 (Thursday) * Homophile Association of London: Ladies' Choice Dance

“Thursday 28. Ladies' Choice Dance at HALO. Call HALO for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 29 (Friday) * Guelph Gay & Lesbian Equality: Dance at 33 MAC

“Friday 29. Thirty-Three MAC hosts GGLE's 'Spring Fling' dance.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, May 31 (Sunday) * 33 MAC: ACGWC Fundraiser

“Sunday 31. Thirty-Three MAC holds an ACGWC fundraiser. 'Fantasy Majestic' - A Hair and Fashion Extravaganza. 2:30 pm. Tickets available at ACGWC and the Bookshelf Café for $25 in advance or $30 at the door. Door prizes and buffet are included.” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, June 3 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Men in Love

The Princess Cinema presents Men in Love as part of its New Gay & Lesbian Film series. 9:00 pm.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.11.]

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1992, June 7 (Sunday) * 33 MAC: Joint Benefit for ACGWC, GGLE & GLLOW

“Sunday June 7. Afternooon Tea Dance at 33 MAC in Guelph. A joint benefit for ACGWC, GGLE & GLLOW. 4 pm to 1 am. $3 cover charge. Buffet included (suitable for vegetarians/vegans as well).” The event was in Guelph.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.7.]

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1992, June 10 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: My Father is Coming

The Princess Cinema presents My Father is Coming as part of its New Gay & Lesbian Film series. 9:00 pm.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.11.]

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1992, June 17 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: The Boys in the Band

The Princess Cinema presents The Boys in the Band as part of its New Gay & Lesbian Film series. 9:00 pm.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, May 1992 Issue, p.11.]

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1992, Fall * GLLOW: Coffeehouse Moves to Hagey Hall

The Coffeehouse (GLLOW's Social Night) moved from the Modern Languages Building to Hagey Hall.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1992, Fall * Lesbian Discussion Group Starts

A Lesbian Discussion Group also formed at this time.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1992, October 4 (Sunday) * GLLOW Sponsors Kate Clinton Appearance

Kate Clinton, a lesbian comedienne, appeared in the Theatre of Arts for a GLLOW sponsored spectacle.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1992, December * GLLOW: Gopher Site Starts on UWinfo

GLLOW begins a gopher site on Uwinfo. The uri (at one point) was: “gopher://watserv2.uwaterloo.ca/11/departments/gllow”
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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