Articles in Juneau
Come celebrate the 3rd of July with SEAGLA members at Saturday Creek Cabin on July 3rd. Stop by to enjoy view, BBQ, or spend the night on Tuesday, July 3.
Juneau continues its celebration of a weekend of Pride with the Fille Fatale Drag Show at the Rendezvous on Saturday, June 23.
You and your supportive family and family of friends are invited to Juneau’s annual PFLAG and SEAGLA Gay Pride Picnic at Sandy Beach Shelter # 2 on Saturday, June 23.
Please join Juneau Pride Chorus for a Concert in the Park this Friday, June 23 at Marine Park — the first of three great Pride events this weekend in Juneau.
Pride Foundation’s Tiffany McClain writes about former Juneau resident Patricia Van Kirk, whose contributions to lesbian arts and culture in Alaska and Washington have left a legacy that will continue to live on through the Patricia Van Kirk Scholarship fund.
Please join the Juneau Pride Chorus for their annual concert, this Saturday, April 21, at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The concert is sponsored by PFLAG Juneau and the Pride Foundation.
Sara’s News Roundup 3/26/12: Juneau native Aidan Key now directs transgender advocacy group in Seattle
Aidan Key, a transgender man who grew up in Juneau, now directs Gender Odyssey in Seattle; Prop 5 in Anchorage; marriage equality in New Hampshire; and other recent LGBTQ news selected by Sara Boesser in Juneau, Alaska.
Montana Senator Christine Kaufmann, one of three LGBT members of the Montana legislature and cofounder of the Montana Human Rights Network (MHRN), and Jamee Greer, an organizer and lobbyist with MHRN will speak tonight on “The Next Twenty Years: Achieving Equality for All Alaskans” at a reception and community event at the Hangar in Juneau.
Stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone visited Fairbanks last August with the cast and crew of NPR’s news quiz show, Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! She liked it so well that she’s coming back to Alaska in March, with shows in Juneau (March 15), Anchorage (March 16), and Fairbanks (March 17).
The Juneau Rollergirls will face off against the Yukon Rollergirls in their very first international roller derby bout on Saturday, February 18. Come cheer on the Juneau travel team as they defend their home turf against their Canadian neighbors.