April 7 San Jose
Silicon Valley Drag Brunch

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April 21 Eureka
The Queer Collective @ Siren’s Song Tavern
Join us at Siren Song Tavern for an exciting new monthly social event, welcoming and open to all members of the queer community! Time: 4pm

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April 25 Sacramento
8th Annual PRIDE LGBTQ+ Resource Fair

You are invited to join the 8th Annual Senior PRIDE LGBTQ+ Fair, hosted by the Wisdom Project LGBT Elders, on April 25th! There will be 35 exhibitors, including the DFPI, live music, door prizes, and food trucks.
Free Admission

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April 25 Sacramento
8th Annual Senior PRIDE Fair
Hart Senior Center

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May 1-12, 2024 San Francisco
San Francisco International Arts Festival

Founded in 2002, SFIAF celebrates the arts by bringing together a global community of artists and audiences and by presenting innovative projects that focus on increasing human awareness and understanding within and across cultures.

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March 27 – April 28 Los Angeles
FAT HAM West Coast Premiere

Meet Juicy, a young, queer Black man with a Shakespearean-sized dilemma. When the ghost of his dead father shows up at his family’s BBQ wedding reception demanding his murder be avenged, does the poetic and sensitive Juicy have it in him to do the deed, or will he “to thine own self be true?”

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April 6th, 2024
NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) Film Festival

Enjoy great films, drinks and mixer throughout, filmmaker Q&As and networking LIVE IN-PERSON at NFMLA’s April 6th Film Festival!

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Queen Book Signing
April 6 2024
Book signing with photographer Aaron Jay Young benefiting The LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert.
The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five

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April 8 Los Angeles
My Fabulous Disease: A Gathering of Long-term HIV Survivors
No registration required

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April 12 San Diego
The Studio Door Gallery
Artistic Alchemy : Artist Reception (6 PM)

From talkative crows to majestic ravens, our exhibition showcases the creativity of diverse contemporary artists.

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April 12 & 13 San Francisco
Living History: Celebrating 39 Years at the GLBT Historical Society & New Work by Marcel Pardo Ariza.

This event is both a tribute to the past and an invitation to be a part of the future, as we continue to preserve and share our vast queer past.

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April 12 & 13 Pasadena
Bodies in Play Presents – Our Dancer’s Project

Our Dancer’s Project is a counter-tribute to the musical A Chorus Line.

A Chorus Line began its development 50 years ago as a dancer-centered initiative, creating a show about dancers by dancers. Our project emulates their process — developing a show from dancers’ real-life experiences — while taking a mindful and critical look at the commodification and exploitation of bodies within the performing arts.

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April 13 West Hollywood
Artful Visions: Where Art Comes Alive Presented by Chanel Lumiere

Free event supported in part by an arts grant from the city of West Hollywood

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April 13 Los Angeles
HIV Writers Workshop

The HIV Writers Workshop presents Write Out Loud, a public reading of new works.

This is a free event with a food and beverage reception, cake too!!
Easy validated parking across the street at the Beverly Center, enter on San Vicente,
enter first level, park to the left and exit down the stairs, cross the street to the tall glass

The HIV Writers Workshop is open to all people, HIV negative, HIV positive, anyone
infected and affected.

Saturday April 13th at 1:00 pm
127 S. San Vicente, Los Angeles 90048
Plaza Level

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April 17 Sacramento
Arts Advocacy Day at the Capitol

Be a part of state arts advocacy’s biggest event – Advocacy Day at the Capitol! Join fellow advocates at the Capitol Park for a rally and press event to get pumped up. Then we parade to the capitol offices for a full day of meetings with your state legislators!

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April 18-21 San Francisco
Riding the Currents of the Wilding Wind
by Martha Gonzalez and Virginia Grise

Riding the Currents of the Wilding Wind is a theatrical concert with stories and songs about sharp shooters and earthmovers, helicopters in the sky and women that fly from Their Dogs Came with Them, the epic novel by Helena María Viramontes.


April 19 Los Angeles
Songs For A New World: Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown

A diverse, queer spin on Jason Robert Brown’s affecting musical, SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD is an anthology of vignettes that explores the complexities of what it means to be radically, intrinsically human in the 21st century.