Who doesn’t like to drink in Long johns, people. Its warm, comfy, and makes it super easy to go to bed after you have add too many. OVER SERVED!!! Grab your pj’s, especially your thermal underwear and come enjoy a care free night at Mojo’s Beach Bar!! Great specials, great musics, great times.
Come check out some serious blues and bluegrass with Eddy Green! Local Americana porch stomper Joshua Jay will be opening up for him!
General meeting of the Manhattan Music Coalition, open to the public. All member bands are encouraged to attend.
1) Discussion of November fundraising efforts.
2) Discussion for procedures and details regarding election of 2014 MMC Board Members.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to add an item to the agenda.
Join us we celebrate Thanksgiving together as a family!
Hosted by Flint Hills PFLAG (Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and the Flint Hills Human Rights Project, this is an opportunity for members of the community, members and supporters of all the allied organizations and our members and supporters to come together for fun and fellowship.
We are extending an invitation to:
Flint Hills PFLAG members and friends,
Flint Hills Human Rights Project members and friends,
Manhattan High School GSA students, teachers, allies, friends and parents,
Wamego High School GSA students, teachers, allies, friends and parents,
K-State LGBT Resource Center,
K-State LGBT and Allies members and friends,
K-State Delta Lambda Phi Fraternity members and friends,
K-State LGVMA members and friends,
Flint Hills Pride members and friends,
Junction City Teddy Bears and friends, and
Fort Riley LGBT and friends.
And any other allied group or individuals.
We will supply the turkey and drinks. Email Linda by November 13 at email@example.com to RSVP with number of people attending and a description of your contribution to the meal.
Please bring your own table service and one of the following items: Appetizer, Salad, Casserole, Vegetable, Bread, Chips & Dip or Dessert.
Transgender Day of Remembrance is an opportunity for the K-State and Manhattan communities to come together and mark the passing of transgender and gender-variant individuals, or those perceived to be transgender, who have been murdered because of hate. Though we are not observing Transgender Day of Remembrance on the actual day itself (November 20th), LGBT & Allies welcomes students, staff, faculty and community members to join us in remembering those from our transgender community at large who have passed away.
Our keynote speaker will be Stephanie Mott, founder and executive director of the Kansas Statewide Transgender Education Project, K-STEP, and state chair for the Kansas Equality Coalition. Mott is a transsexual woman originally from Lawrence, but who now lives in Topeka. She will speak about her life and experiences surrounding her transition and being a transsexual woman. She will also provide information about the constant discrimination transgender people face in contemporary America, especially here in Kansas.
Three excellent singer/songwriters will trade tunes, back each other, all while Alan blows you mind with his amazing cello skills.