History made in Elko
With First Gay Pride
Reno's Biggest Little Sisters everywhere
Elko, Nevada, a town 20,o0o people in Northeastern Nevada held its first Gay Pride Festival and Parade on June 12-14. Surprisingly there were no protestors reported. Plans are being made for Elko Gay Pride 2016, June 10-12. Read the fully story in the June 30 issue of therenogaypage
Nearly 500 people gathered at the steps of the historic Washoe County Courthouse to celebrate the SCOTUS decision legalizing same gender marriage in all 50 states on June 26.
Read the full story in the June 30 Issue of therenogaypage
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Good Luck Macbeth Theatre presents
Sister Wanda is hosting a Beer Bust BBQ July 12 at the Cadillac Lounge
Reno's Biggest L:ittle Sisters of Pepetual Indulgence have made a resurgence and are showing up in all sorts of places. They are the House of Charity helping all.
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Northern Nevada Pride, Part Deux
Largest Marrige Equality Rally in Reno
Remember the first time you walked through the door of the local gay bar, Friendships were made, Family was created. Causes born and protests organized. The Last Call at the Old Southwest is a play looking gay life and it struggles for equality and now the dying of the places that were community. The play runs July 3, 10. 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and Aug. 1 at 7:30 pm. Matinees July 12, 26 at 2 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance of $18 at the door.
Last Call at the Old Southwest
Northern Nevada Pride, the major fund raiser for Build Our Center, the group planning to open a space for a sustainable GLBT community center, will be held in Wingfield Park, Saturday July 25
Read the full story in the June 30 issue of therenogaypage.