Pride Festival Weekend 2015

2015pridelogoThe 4th Annual Pride Festival will include events all weekend long!

RSVP on Facebook

Coming from out of town?

Find hotels and transportation.

Wednesday, September 16th


Pride Bowling Party

@ 6 p.m., Kegler’s

Cost: $5 covers shoes and games!

Have fun, have some dinner, meet new friends, and find out about the upcoming Rainbow League. All ages welcome!

Thursday, September 17th


vglccBusiness Happy Hour

@ 5 p.m. (Location TBD)

Join us for an informal meet-and-greet with the Virginia Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. Learn about the benefits of joining the local chapter, find out about available marketing opportunities, meet other business owners who support equality and inclusivity.

Read the new VGLCC magazine, featuring Charlottesville-focused articles, Unite.

Friday, September 18th


Pride Preview Party

Firefly @ 7 p.m.

Join us for a night of comedy, music, and drag! Play pool, games, dance, eat, drink, hangout, get your Pride on!

Featuring Lesbian Comedian Melissa Doughty

melissa doughtyMelissa has been performing comedy for the last 10 years all over the country. She is the current reigning Ms. Roanoke Pride Femme Fatale. She performed at the Roanoke Pride last year and this year she will be performing on the main stage at the Winston Salem Pride. Melissa finished 2nd in The World Series of Comedy Women’s Satellite in Las Vegas, NV, and was also a finalist in the Make Me Laugh Denver. She performed as a featured comedian in the Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington, IN and will be returning to Las Vegas in September as a part of the top 101 comedians competing for the top spot at the World Series of Comedy.

Also Performing: Several bands and drag acts from the festival the next day!

RSVP on Facebook.

Saturday


pridefestival154th Annual Cville Pride Festival

11 a.m. – 6 p.m. @ Lee Park

RCLAW wrestlersSVP on Facebook.

NEW: See the entertainment schedule

Keep the Party Going:

Happy Hour @ Three Penny Cafe

– until 9:00 pm on Saturday with Pride Wristband

$3 draft beer, $5 well cocktails, $6 glasses house red and white wine

8 p.m. Charlottesville Lady Arm Wrestling (CLAW)

a benefit for the Cville Derby Dames

This is one of THE most fun things to do in Charlottesville! Enjoy the high-energy circus of brazen, bawdy women arm wrestling and strutting their stuff. Drinks and dancing behind the Blue Moon Diner.

Cville Pride will be raffling off VIP tickets to this fun, wild, unique event. Stay tuned!

Rapture Dance Party – Free admission with Pride Wristband

  • plus 15% discount on food all day long!

 

Sunday, September 20


vineyard-300x225v2Wine & Beer Limo Tours

All day

Visit local LGBT-friendly cideries, breweries, and wineries with Camryn Limousine.

Cost: $50 per person (13-14 people per limo)

Tour length: 5 hours

Tour #1 – West of Cville Wine Tour:  Pollack, King Family, Cardinal Point, Veritas, Wintergreen

Tour #2 –  Beer/Cider Tour: Blue Mountain, Wild Wolf, Bold Rock, Devil’s Backbone

Tour #3 – Off the Beaten Path Tour: Delfosse, Democracy, Mountain Cove, Lovingston, Blue Mountain Barrel House

Locations subject to change.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW! Call Camryn Limo at 434.990.9070

 

Brunch Specials Around Town

Wear your Pride Wristband for Pride Brunch Specials at:

  • Rapture
  • Three Penny Cafe – 10% discount on your total bill
  • Moose’s by the Creek
  • Marie Bette
  • Escafe

 

‘Gen Silent’: Documentary Film

 Senior Center @ 2 p.m.

Join us for a special viewing of this movie about the issues facing the aging LGBT population. Special guest and senior issues lawyer Doris Gelbman will host a Q & A session after the film. Refreshments provided.

Sponsored by the Senior Center, Gelbman Law, Blue Haven 151, Moose’s By the Creek.

About ‘Gen Silent’

gensilentGay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender older people who fought the first battles for equality now face so much fear of discrimination, bullying and abuse that many are hiding their lives to survive.

Thousands are dying earlier than their straight counterparts because they are isolated and afraid to ask for help.

But a growing number of people are fighting to keep LGBT aging from meaning aging in silence.

RSVP on Facebook.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s