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This is the last and final show of Sex Ed: What Wasn’t Covered! In honor of World AIDS Day, the cast and crew has gladly decided to remount this production! If you haven’t seen it or would like to see it again, we encourage you to do so! Guest speaker, Don Carrell, a very important member of the Manhattan community will be guest speaking afterwards and discussing his struggles and triumphs as a gay man with HIV. Check out his website and book at : http://www.trampleaids.com
About the show:
The play revolves around non-heterosexuals, above the age of 18, from varying states around the U.S., who have been anonymously interviewed regarding their sexual education experience and how they became educated in their current safe-sex knowledge. Highlighted, are specific stories regarding these instances, capturing feelings that arise when discussing their own sexual experiences. The transcriptions of the interviews, copied verbatim, were formulated into a play. The goal is to raise awareness between heterosexual safe-sex practices and non-heterosexual safe sex practices within the school sexual education systems.
The show is FREE, however, ALL donations collected will go to AIDS Research
Headliner Josh Sallee, Blazik, and Tyler Keenan will be at Aggie Central Station Dec 5. Come out and have a great night!
Blazik will also be shooting his Music Video for “Cheers for the Years” ft. Josh Sallee so come out and be a part of the video!
Thanks to Z96.3 and Jason Yoder Designed for Promotion!
Invite all your friends!
$10.00 cover/21 to enter.
Show starts at 9:00
Hellevate, Sorrow By Truth, and Terror Tractor will be paying homage to the late great Dimebag Darrell. 3 buck cover.
I’m leaving Manhattan after living here my whole life, so going out in style seems appropriate. I’m having dinner at Longhorn at 6, then going out for a pub crawl around 10. Please let me know if you wanna go to dinner, so I’ll know how many will be in the party.
On the first Tuesday of every month, our friend Eddy Green brings some of the best local, regional, and sometimes national touring singer-songwriters in the business to our little basement “stage” for a fun night of great music and friendship. This month, Eddy will be joined by Eric Savage and Jessica Furney.
No cover. Fun starts at 9pm.
On Sunday December 8, 2013, the Flint Hills Human Rights Project will host a unique event: composite, an art show to raise awareness and funds for the Praxis scholarship fund. Details are on the attached poster. Local artists will be displaying original works, many of which will be for sale. The proceeds will help fund the Praxis scholarship, a competitive award sponsored by FHHRP for LGBT students to attend a local college or university. This event will also serve as our FHHRP holiday gathering. We hope you can join us to view these unique works, meet the artists, and socialize with your fellow FHHRP members. The event is open to the public so please spread the word and invite your friends and neighbors. It promises to be an enjoyable evening and a great event for a great cause.
We hope to see you there!
FHHRP Chair, on behalf of the board
Thursday, December 5 through Saturday December 7, 7:30 p.m. with a Saturday matinee at 2:30 p.m. K-State Dance’s autumnal offering of 2013, WinterDance ’13. Come experience a variety of dance styles all performed by the effervescent students of K-State Dance program! Tickets $8-$14 McCain Box Office M-F 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 785-532-6428 www.k-state.edu/mccain www.k-state.edu/dance
Choreography by Laura Donnelly, David Ollington, Julie Pentz, and Andrea Skowronek. African Ensemble staged by Neil Dunn.
Three local singer/songwriters, their powers combined, make for one great night of music at DG! No cover!